Pancreas Health Natural Remedies


Natural Pancreas Support

Your pancreas has a huge part of digestion. What you eat and drink goes from your stomach into the small intestine. There, it mixes with the pancreas’ digestive enzymes in order to neutralize stomach acid so that damage to the intestines can be prevented. The pancreatic enzymes break down food so that nutrients can be absorbed by your body. Another huge job for the pancreas is producing insulin. Insulin in needed to reduce blood sugar levels and allows your body to store food energy for later use. You can heal your pancreas and keep it healthy to do its jobs and to keep it from being inflamed, which is otherwise known as pancreatitis. Pancreatitis inflammation is very painful.

Foods that Are Good for the Pancreas

Blueberries & Cherries – loaded with antioxidants to prevent cell damage

Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots – powerful chemicals to heal the pancreas and prevent inflammation as well as prevent cancers

Garlic & Onions – beneficial nutrients for the pancreas & prevents pancreatic cancer & other cancers

Sunflower Seeds, Pumpkin Seeds & Other Nuts - Loaded with healthy good omega 3 fatty acids, zinc and other much needed minerals, these healthy polyunsaturated fats keep the pancreas, spleen, colon, other organs, skin and brain super healthy. They also help to prevent and treat a swollen prostate, impotency, motion sickness, and nausea. Since nuts and seeds are a diuretic, they also help get rid of worms such as tapeworms and roundworms.  Shell right before eating in order to get the most nutrients. 

Juicing – juice dark leafy greens, add lemon essential oil, raw garlic and/or garlic oil. The brand Naked makes a good dark greens and kale juice. Taking nutrients down to a liquid level such as when juicing allows for the body to absorb the nutrients so that they can go to work healing the body immediately without the wait of digestion.

Essential Oils to Keep Pancreas Healthy & to Prevent and Reduce Pancreatitis

Essential oils are the blood of plants. They are what make plants grow and grow back again. Ever noticed how some plants and weeds are close to impossible to kill and how about desert plants that will "come back to life" after waiting for months for it to rain. One rain and the plants come into full bloom. Essential oils help plants to heal. How do essential oils work? Essential oils don't have to be processed in order to begin their healthful work immediately. They can be absorbed directly into the bloodstream and be delivered to all systems of the body. This is similar to juicing raw foods but in a much, much more powerful and effective way.

Essential Oils for Healing Your Pancreas Include:

Basil Oil

Lemon Oil


Oregano Oil

Peppermint Oil

Grapefruit Oil

Germ Killer Oil

Ginger Root Oil

Herbal Remedies that Help the Pancreas

Licorice root, dandelion greens, Echinacea, Pancreatic Digestive Enzymes, Fresh Ginger

 Antioxidants Supplementation Helps Heal the Pancreas

Take these supplements as well as eat foods that contain: selenium, vitamins c and e and beta carotene. These help to reduce the pain of pancreatitis and fight free radicals, which are chemical byproducts that are believed to contribute to developing pancreatitis. 

Exercise Regularly Heals Your Pancreas

Along with healthy lifestyle choices, healthy food choices, drinking plenty of purified water, getting the right nutrients, adding natural remedies and essential oils, exercise is a must for a healthy pancreas and to prevent and treat pancreatitis. Exercise should include cardio, strength training or resistance training, stretching (such as yoga). Focus on exercises that slow down the mind (meditation) and works the body. Good choices are yoga, tai chi, and pilates. These also help you to deal with the pain of an unhealthy pancreas and pancreatitis.

If you have questions and/or need to get the natural remedies and therapeutic essential oils to treat your pancreas and pancreatitis, along with boosting your immune system and overall health and wellness, be sure to contact me:

Lena Hunt