By Gilbert Ekezie
The Chief Executive Officer of AKO Group of Companies, Mr Obiora Atuchukwu has reiterated the effectiveness of Pykure herbal capsules, an Indian ayurvedic formulation, in the treatment of all stages of piles, fistula and fissures saying that the medication is the result of thorough and exhaustive research to find the proper solution to piles.
He stated that another good thing about Pykure is that it is 100 per cent herbal, and composed to tackle all stages of piles and keeps the patient in a healthier condition.
Atuchukwu explained that there have been several testimonies on the efficacy of Pykure as it has proved to be one of the best medicines for piles. “Almost all age groups respond well to Pykure within a span of four weeks. The treatment is safe and effective in relieving symptoms. And it is for patients who are unwilling to undergo surgery. It also has no side effects at all,” he said.
Atuchukwu pointed out that the introduction of the medicine into Nigeria and African continent was as a result of the rapid increase in number of those suffering rectal ailments, pointing out that since its entry, a lot of testimonies have been given.
He further explained that piles are very dangerous to health, as they result in irritability, weakness, anemia, pain and other physiological disorders, which affect the health and efficiency of a person. “Pile is a distressing condition that causes itching and discomfort around the anal area.
It needs to be attended to, otherwise, it can become severe and result pains and bleeding. It could also form puss and lead to great misery.”
Atuchukwu regretted that occurrence of pile is very common among Nigerians and other Africans because the people do not abide by the health rules. “In order to mitigate the problem, patients should avoid constipation, fast food, aerated drinks, pizzas etc.”
According to him, with Pykure, those suffering from anorectal disorders like bleeding and non-bleeding piles, anal fissures, fistula and rectal prolapse that are now commonly witnessed have a cause to rejoice, as the problem will reduce drastically.
The AKO Group chief executive further stated that Pykure starts to work from the cause of the problem and gradually settles the case. “In as much as a pile patient is conscious of the recommended dosage of Pykure and is consistent in using it, it is obvious that it will take care of the problem.”
Atuchukwu warned pile patients to avoid red chili, spicy foods, rich masala food, deep fries, alcohol, coffee, antibiotic medicines, mangoes, French fries and thick fibre meats like beef.
“Also, persons working on computers or other desk jobs, should not sit for prolonged periods, but take a break at regular intervals, so that blood circulation is restored in the anal area. Patients should also try to increase the amount of fibre in their diets and eat plenty of cereals, fruits, green vegetables, curd and take plenty of water at regular intervals etc.”