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Maccun Plus 65 (1): 5-29 (2015)

Here Are Three Indications That Herbal Therapies May Be Right for Your Uterine Fibroids

Rebecca L. Siegel MPH , Kimberly D. Miller MPH and , Ahmedin Jemal DVMPhD
ABSTRACT
Herbal remedies for uterine fibroids have been utilized effectively for the treatment of this condition for a long time, long before any medically-based treatments were developed. There has been a dramatic increase in the number of female patients who choose herbal therapy methods. Why do people choose maccun plus herbal treatments over conventional medicine?

In this piece, I'll provide information gleaned from the studies that I believe will be useful to many women throughout the globe. When I was first told I had fibroids, the only therapy that occurred to me was the standard medical route. I did not give any other possibilities any thought. Only when the length of time I had to undergo therapy for my uterine fibroids became unfathomably long did I start to worry. I took things into my own hands and learned all I could about fibroids, thanks to the internet. There are several factors that I identified to be contributing to the ineffectiveness of today's medical treatments.

First, there is no one clear cause of fibroids; there are several possible contributors. thus, drugs just alleviate symptoms. Medicines can't try to cure it since its root cause is unknown.

As a result of their influence on hormone levels, medications used to treat uterine fibroids might have unwanted side effects. The possibility of developing ovarian cancer is one of the most alarming adverse effects associated with Clomid and other fertility drugs, and Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome is another.

Third, medicines can only treat one symptom at a time, not the underlying reason. Fibroids are very complicated illnesses that need a multi-pronged strategy to treat the tumors.

Herbal remedies for uterine fibroids are not only more cost-effective than conventional treatments, but they also pose no health risks to the patient. The premise behind this approach to treating uterine fibroids is that the only way to permanently eliminate a health problem is to eliminate all of the factors that contribute to it. The goal of this therapy for uterine fibroids is to prevent the recurrence of fibroid tumors by getting rid of anything that might be causing them.

Herbs often used to treat fibroids include:

Prunella Spica

Fructus corni (No. 2)

Finally, Concha Ostreae

the Rhizoma Sparganii

Litchi Semen

Rhizoma Zedoariae, No. 6

Substitute: Herba Dendrobii

In most cases, using these herbs won't hurt you. Nonetheless, I would advise you to utilize these herbs only after discussing your plans to do so with a certified herbalist.

If you are having trouble finding a qualified herbalist in your immediate area, consider seeking advice and therapy for uterine fibroids online instead. Products for the treatment of uterine fibroids may be found on the internet, and many of them provide a money-back guarantee and are considered safe and effective. With their assistance, I was able to permanently eliminate my fibroid condition, and I hope the same for you.

Confusing Hemorrhoids? Try This Herbal Home Remedy!

Inflammation of the interior lining of the intestines and the external lining of the skin are the two types of hemorrhoids. Nonetheless, the vast majority of patients with this illness have symptoms of both. Herbal medication is one of the least expensive options for treating hemorrhoids, however, there are numerous options.

Herbal remedies for hemorrhoids are ineffective while the hemorrhoids are still bleeding, so this is something to keep in mind at all times. First, you need to stop the bleeding. When external hemorrhoid bleeds, it's obvious, but when an inside one bleeds, the most typical symptom is blood in the stool.

Hemorrhoids may be treated with a combination of cayenne pepper and apple cider vinegar, which is suggested by many herbalists. This treatment for hemorrhoids is most effective when taken after eating. Stopping the bleeding is the first step in addressing the underlying cause of hemorrhoids.
DOI: 10.3322/caac.21254