Are there natural ways to treat heart sac inflammation?

Not sure there is. Inflammation of the sac around the heart is called pericarditis. It can be caused by an infection , trauma , cancer , or after a heart attack. Usually nonsteroidals like Motrin in high doses are given . Rarely corticosteroids are given. Some evidence that Colchicine may be helpful in chronic inflammation. Hypothyroidism autoimmune dz also need r/o. No natural med i know of effectively treats this.
No but... Time will usually cure it if you don't mind putting up with chest pain while you're waiting. Meanwhile, ibuprofen, naproxen, Colchicine and, if necessary, Prednisone are highly effective at relieving symptoms.

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My father has developed heart sac inflammation. What is it exactly?

Pericarditis. This is usually a benign condition and involves the sac that the heart sits in. It is usually easy to treat with anti-inflammatory drugs or steroids. This cause should be addressed by his physician and that should tell you a lot about how it's treated and the length of treatment as well as the chance of recurrence. Read more...
Pericarditis. Pericarditis is an inflammation of the sac that surrounds the heart. It may be the result of an infectious process, chest trauma, certain environmental exposures (such as radiation), or other systemic (body-wide) inflammatory process that attacks the pericardium. Treatments are targeted towards the underlying process and may certain include anti-inflammatory agents. Read more...