Remedies to Treat Spleen Issues

Blackstrap Molasses, Ginger  

5 star (2) 
4 star (1) 
Share your thoughts with our readers
Write a review

Posted by Dardenel (Us) on 11/14/2018 71 posts
5 out of 5 stars

Spleen Inflamation

I am drinking Ginger tea every day, fresh grated, and I fill a pitcher and usually just 2 cups per day in between Breakfast and lunch, then between Lunch and dinner. I have been doing this for over a month and have definitely seen steady improvement from cramp feeling, and even some pain that would wake me at night. I do try to eat smaller meals, and suggested foods. I also use Blackstrap Molasses in my tea both to sweeten it a bit, and BSM also is known to help Spleen issues. I will try to let you know of my progress. I am only feeling a fullness in that area now, and it doesn't hurt anymore when I cough. I did have an upper GI, and an Ultra-sound, which neither that or the bloodwork showed any abnormalities, but I feel it, so I turned to alternative medicine to help me. Thank you Earthclinic.

Posted by Denise (Crescent City) on 10/20/2018
5 out of 5 stars

I like the taste of Blackstrap, a little strong, so not too much:) But I like to put it in my home-made (from Ginger root) Ginger tea. I think it's good, and I know it's good for me so I am getting used to it daily. Only 1-2 cups at this point, and both remedies are for a spleen that feels enlarged. No pain except every once in awhile, it will feel full even after small amounts of food, and, a little pain if I accidentally roll over on the area during sleep.

I have poor health-care in my area, and neither doctor I've seen has seemed to think there is an issue, seriously, so right now I am trying to find another doctor that will look into it for me, order tests whatever.