Revolutionary remedy for haemorrhoids

 

No one likes to talk about haemorrhoids. There is very little information on haemorrhoids in the mainstream media, leading one to believe it is a rare condition. But, in fact, they are very common - haemorrhoids affect a surprisingly large proportion of the population: half the UK population will suffer from haemorrhoids – commonly known as piles – at some point in their lives.

 

Many people choose to suffer in silence, undoubtedly due to embarrassment and an unwillingness to seek help. For these affected people, bowel movements and sitting on hard surfaces, among other things, are rendered dreadfully painful experiences.

Worst case scenario is surgery, and it includes at least an overnight stay in hospital.

Most conventional treatments provide only temporary relief and limited efficacy, but there is a revolutionary remedy for haemorrhoids on market that might render wipes, creams and ointments a thing of the past. And help you avoid that dreaded surgery.

Hemocyl uses innovative approach: it comes in the form of capsules, and combines natural ingredients with proven benefits, modern knowledge of the human body, and healthcare expertise that aims to improve the lives of people affected by haemorrhoids.

One treatment of Hemocyl (one bottle with 28 capsules) should on average keep the haemorrhoids away for six months. So two Hemocyl bottles a year is enough to stop the haemorrhoids for good.

"Hemocyl is in the form of oral capsules which makes it an elegant way of treating haemorrhoids because, let's be honest, contact with those sore areas is something everyone wants to avoid. It combines exactly those features which my patients perceive as most important. It provides fast relief in a highly efficient and convenient way, but also delivers long term results.", says M. Trkovnick, MD.

As leading specialist Stefan Engelbrecht, MD, PHD points out: "In my practice I come across many haemorrhoid treatments, but Hemocyl proved to be not only the most effective, but also the most convenient one. It has a long lasting effect compared to creams and ointments. Results show that Hemocyl successfully deals not only with symptoms, but also with the cause of this unpleasant inflammation".

"This completely natural treatment consists of an easy to use formula: two capsules a day for two weeks. In more than 80% of cases, this period is enough for a complete regression of all symptoms. First relief can be felt after only 72 hours", explains Alexandar Soltysik, MD. 

Alen Karlo, CEO of Terra Lab (company that owns and distributes Hemocyl) is actually the driving force behind the launch of Hemocyl.

“I struggled with haemorrhoids for years. Pain and discomfort completely overtook my life. Everything I tried had only short term and limited results. I wanted something that was convenient, efficient, but with long term results. All that led us to the creation of Hemocyl which we are now delighted to be able to share with every person that suffers form this condition“, explained Alen Karlo. 

Hemocyl is exclusively available at www.hemocyl.com.

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