Natural Submucosal Fibroid Treatment

Are you looking out for alternative natural cures for Submucosal fibroid treatment? Although surgery is one of the options, many women these days prefer natural treatment for fibroids. In this article I am going to share information on some of the natural remedies used to cure Submucosal fibroids.

Submucosal fibroid tumors are uterine tumors which develop within the lining of the uterus. Submucosal fibroids that grow just below the Endometrium, the uterine lining, at times swell up real big, shift the uterine lining and produce a stalk.

Specific remedies to cure Submucosal fibroids include

1.Soy- Adding soy to our diet balances the hormone levels in the body. Hormonal imbalance occurring due to estrogen dominance is one of the most common causes of fibroids in women. If the hormonal balance is restored there is nothing left in the system to feed the fibroids and make it grow. To achieve this soy is very effective.

2 Whole grains- are rich in Lignins, which is very useful to balance both the hormones progesterone and estrogen in our body. Flaxseeds are the richest source of lignins. You can mix it with yogurt or cereal and include this in your daily intake. Other foods that contain lignins are millet, buckwheat, and rye.

3.Herbs- A number of herbal tinctures is prescribed by alternative medicine practitioners for Submucosal fibroid treatment. For example to shrink fibroids. Vitex berry tincture is very effective. You must take 25-30 drops of this mix twice each day for best results. For quick relief from heavy bleeding Shepherd’s Purse is very useful.

Natural Submucosal fibroid treatment involves a holistic approach to get rid of uterine tumors. These remedies work in a systematic manner to eliminate each and every possible cause of the fibroid tumors in uterus. Dietary changes, physical exercise and herbal medicines are normally a part of the natural treatment. Liver detox and reducing body weight are also recommended by doctors to get rid of this type of fibroids naturally.

Source by Joan Wilson