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Natural treatments to cure endometriosis

Endometriosis is a gynecological disease that affects approximately 176 million women and girls around the world. Endometriosis occurs when the endometrium, the tissue that makes up the inner surface of the uterus, grows outside the uterine cavity. It can grow on the ovaries, intestines and the tissues that line the pelvis.

The displaced endometrial tissue follows the menstrual cycle (grows, thickens and breaks down) due to hormonal changes in the body. Since it has no way out of your body, it gets trapped and causes irritation and the formation of scars and adhesions. This causes severe pain during periods and possible fertility problems. However, we have a natural treatment based on African plants to permanently cure endometriosis. Click on the image below to discover this natural treatment . 

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People at risk

Women of all ages are at risk for endometriosis. Typically, it affects women aged 25 to 40. The exact cause of this disease is not known. However, it has been found that retrograde menstruation, or reflux of menstrual blood, can play a key role.

Other factors are genetics, a weak immune system, and environmental toxins like dioxins that affect the body, the immune system, and the reproductive system.


Some of the common symptoms of endometriosis are pelvic pain and cramping during menstruation, sharp pain during ovulation, pain during sex, painful stools, heavy or irregular bleeding during menstrual periods, fatigue, infertility, swelling of the abdomen and digestive problems such as indigestion, diarrhea, constipation and nausea. Symptoms can vary from person to person. In most cases, women with endometriosis do not have any symptoms.

Natural remedies

The condition tends to improve when menopause begins. However, in order to control the severity of the disease and relieve the main symptoms of pain and infertility, you can try some natural remedies.

Castor oil

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An effective remedy for age-old endometriosis is castor oil. Castor oil helps the body rid itself of tissue and excess toxins. It should be used at the start of the menstrual cycle, when cramps are first noticed. This will reduce the severity of symptoms throughout the cycle.
- Mix eight drops of lavender essential oil and a quarter cup of castor oil.
- Soak a washcloth in this mixture, fold it and heat in the microwave until it is warm. Place the warm cloth directly on your lower abdomen.
- Place a piece of plastic on top of the canvas and place a hot water bottle on top of that.
- Use the poultice once a day for 30 to 60 minutes.
- Rinse off the oil with lukewarm water after each application

Note: do not use this remedy during menstrual flow.


The sitz bath

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The contrast of a hot and cold sitz bath is often recommended by naturopathic practitioners to reduce symptoms of endometriosis. The hot bath helps relax the pelvic muscles, in turn reducing cramps and pain. The cold bath will help reduce inflammation and relieve pain.
- Fill two large basins, one with hot water and another with cold water.
- Add 10 drops of rosemary essential oil or lavender essential oil to each bath and mix well.
- Sit in the basin with hot water up to your waist for three to five minutes.
- Then sit in the basin of cold water up to your waist for a minute. - Repeat two to five times.
To be repeated three to four times a week.
Note: Avoid this remedy during menstruation.




Massaging the pelvic area and lower abdomen with an essential oil like lavender or sandalwood will help a lot to relax and relieve minor aches associated with the condition.
- Lie down on the bed and stretch your body.
- Rub some essential oil on your stomach.
- Gently massage in a rotating rhythm for five to 10 minutes.
To be done once a day.
Note: do not do this massage during your menstrual cycle.

Flax seeds


Flax seeds are also very beneficial in the treatment of endometriosis. The antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids in flax seeds help slow the growth of abnormal endometrial tissue. In addition, flax seeds help the body to flush out harmful toxins.
- Soak three to four tablespoons of flax seeds in a cup of water overnight.
- Filter and drink the water the next morning.
Follow this remedy daily until your symptoms subside.
You can also add ground flax seeds to yogurts, smoothies, soups and salads.


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This amazing spice has a natural component known as curcumin which has strong anti-inflammatory effects and therefore can be used. It has also been shown to have anti-endometriotic properties.
- Bring two cups of water to a boil and add a teaspoon of each turmeric powder and ginger powder and a tablespoon of honey and lemon juice.
- Drink this solution once a day until you get rid of the problem.
You can also take turmeric capsules (300 mg) three times a day.
Note: Avoid turmeric remedies if you are taking blood thinning medication.

Wild asparagus

Wild asparagus

Wild asparagus is high in folic acid, and can help treat anemia as well as endometriosis caused by folic acid deficiency. Plus, they contain vitamin E which helps relieve pain, especially cramps.
- Mix a teaspoon of wild asparagus powder in a glass of hot milk.
- Drink twice a day until you feel better.


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Ginger is an anti-inflammatory herb that reduces inflammation and relieves menstrual cramps. It also relieves the nausea that can occur with endometriosis. In addition, it plays a major role in the removal of excess toxins from the liver.
- Boil a tablespoon of grated ginger root in two cups of water for 10 minutes.
- Filter, add honey and drink two or three cups of this herbal tea per day.
You can even chew chunks of fresh ginger several times a day for quick recovery.



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Chamomile has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce inflammation as well as the swelling often associated with endometriosis. It also acts as a natural diuretic to help the bladder.
- Immerse two teaspoons of dried chamomile in a cup of hot water for five minutes.
- Filter, add a little honey and drink the tea.
Drink two to three cups of chamomile tea a day until you feel better.
You can also take chamomile in the form of capsules or tincture, but only after consulting a doctor.




Motherwort is also a means of countering the disease. There are several elements in motherwort that help improve the volume of blood in the reproductive system, which is essential for its proper functioning. This then helps fight menstrual problems such as blood clots or poor circulation.
- Immerse a teaspoon of dried motherwort in a cup of hot water for about 15 minutes.
Drink this herbal tea at least twice a day until your condition improves.
You can also take motherwort in capsule form, but only after consulting an herbalist.

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