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5 Home Remedies For Endometriosis

Home Remedies For Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a medical condition where the tissue lining the uterus, known as the endometrium, is found growing in other regions outside the uterus such as the fallopian tubes, the pelvis or even the ovaries. The endometrium lining breaks down during menstruation and when the same happens to the tissue that grows outside the uterus it results in cysts, severe cramps, painful and heavy periods and even infertility. It is a very rampant condition and nearly 5 million women in the United States alone suffer from endometriosis.

The true number of cases is higher though as there are usually no symptoms associated with the condition. The most common symptom of endometriosis are painful periods, in some cases they can be severely painful while other symptoms include pelvic pain, pain during urination or while passing bowels, excessive bleeding and infertility. You can also experience nausea, diarrhoea and constipation with peaks during menstruation.

Some Of The Home Remedies For Endometriosis Are:

Turmeric

Turmeric contains curcumin that gives it a natural anti-inflammatory action that gives it an anti-endometriotic property. Consuming turmeric capsules three times a day should be sufficient.

Turmeric

Flaxseed

Flaxseeds are known to be good detoxifiers and have strong anti-oxidant and omega 3 properties. These help in combatingendometriosis. You should add them to foods such as yoghurt, soups and salads.

Flaxseed

Wild Asparagus

Endometriosis causes a deficiency in folic acid which can be supplemented by wild asparagus. It also contains Vitamin E which can alleviate pain, in particular, cramps.

Wild Asparagus

Ginger Juice

Ginger has strong anti-inflammatory properties which help it in combating endometriosis. It also reduces inflammation and can help reduce menstrual cramps while detoxifying the liver.

Ginger Juice

Dandelion Tea

Dandelion can be consumed by adding the root in a cup, adding hot water and creating a tea. Dandelion is highly recommended for battling endometriosis and dandelion also helps regulates hormonal imbalances.

Dandelion Tea

You should work towards achieving a diet with minimum Xenoestrogen exposure. This means shifting to an organic diet and cutting down on non-organic dairy products, beef and chicken. You should consume more green leafy vegetables such as sprouts, cabbage, celery and whole wheats. The above mentioned home remedies are easily available and are very effective in treating endometriosis.

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