Uterine adenomyosis is a private form of endometriosis , namely, internal endometriosis; a painful lesion during which the internal mucous membrane of the uterus, the endometrium, grows into other layers.
Adenomyosis is a rare medical condition in which there is growth of endometrial cells in the muscular walls of the uterus. It primarily affects women of age 35-50 and this disease is characterized by heavy menstrual bleeding and painful cramps and in most cases it disappears after menopause but this can deprive you of getting pregnant during your child bearing age.
Although hysterectomy is recommended by most doctors, there are home remedies and natural treatment that can help in successfully alleviating the symptoms of adenomyosis. The exact cause of adenomyosis is unknown.
Nevertheless, African doctor has discovered the best medicinal plants in africa to cure this pathology.
10 MEDICINAL PLANTS TO GET RID OF ADENOMYOSIS
In addition to the african herbal tea, there are other effective home remedies that can be used as natural healing options for adenomyosis
1. HERBAL TEA
Our herbal tea contains plants that reduce the estrogen level in the blood. This helps block the proliferation and bleeding of adenomyosis lesions. These herbal medicines are rich in antioxidants that inhibit the enzymes that lead to pro-inflammatory prostaglandins. These are nutrients with a high anti-inflammatory dose. This will definitively end the pain you experience during your period. We know that many of you have had adenomyosis treated or operated on, but the pain returned years later. Don't panic ladies! With us, no recurrence, no side effects. You are going to cure adenomyosis permanently. This natural herbal tea also facilitates cell multiplications relating to fertility, growth, scarring, immunity; to the synthesis and secretion of many hormones. Thanks to these medicinal plants, you will avoid miscarriages. It’s the secret of nature to cure adenomyosis and get pregnant quickly.
Our natural remedy to treat adenomyosis very often gives positive results and acts significantly on the reduction of pain experienced. It has an efficiency rate of 98%.
2. Astringent medicinal plants
For women who have heavy menstrual bleeding, heavy blood clotting, or long-term menstrual bleeding, the herbal astringent mixture may be a good option. This mixture combines astringent plants, uterine tonics and nutrients to support normal menstrual flow. It combines these herbs: ginger root, Cranesbill root, periwinkle herb, Yarrow flower, Liferoot herb, shepherd's purse herb.
This mixture should only be used to manage heavy bleeding; therefore, it should only be taken on days with heavy bleeding.
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a plant in the zingiberaceae family. It is from the same family as turmeric. Ginger contains active components such as gingerol which give it anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it a wonderful remedy that relieves the inflammation and pain associated with adenomyosis.
-Add a teaspoon of minced ginger to a cup of water and heat to a boil in a saucepan.
-Let simmer and filter.
-Let the tea cool a little and add honey to it.
This herbal tea is to be drunk 3 times a day (morning, noon and evening).
4. Shepherd's purse
According to the African doctor's experts, shepherd's purse is used to treat irregularities in menstruation as iit is known to increase uterine contractions. This also aids in reducing bleeding, it is claimed that the herb limits blood flow in the pelvic area because it constricts blood vessels. Pregnant women should avoid using shepherd's purse as it boosts uterine contractions.
5. Vitamins B and E
Vitamin B and vitamin E play an important role in the treatment of conditions such as adenomyosis. While the B vitamin complex is ideal for relieving painful periods, vitamin E can provide the antioxidants needed to fight free radical damage.You can get the required quantity of these vitamins by eating eggs, milk, cheese, fish, poultry, almonds, spinach, and kale. If you want to take supplements for these vitamins, you can do so after consulting your doctor.
6. Use a heating pad
The heat from the heating pad can help improve blood flow to your pelvic area. This helps to relieve the construction pressure and pain in the uterus. Here's how to do it:
- Take a heating pad and place it on your lower abdomen.
- Leave it for 5 minutes.
- Repeat three times during the day.
This is a well known natural remedy for adenomyosis. Vitex contains certain compounds that have the same effects of progesterone, testosterone and other hormones. This inhibits the growth of estrogen production in the body. This helps in eliminating the symptoms of adenomyosis since estrogen causes this condition and it benefits women who experience excessive bleeding in the uterus caused by impaired ovarian function.
8. Aloe vera
Apart from its effect on the skin and hair, it helps in making menstrual flow more constant and preventing cramps. When there is constant menstrual flow it reduces the pressure on the uterus and in turn eliminates pain.
HOW TO USE
- Drink a glass of aloe vera twice a day to gain this benefits.
- You can apply fresh aloe vera gel on the affected area to reduce cramps
Magnesium is a muscle relaxant and therefore helps us to relax and sleep better, especially if taken in the evening. Magnesium has also been shown to relax smooth muscles and, therefore, can influence adenomyosis by its effect on retrograde menses.
Aromatherapy is a great way to manage the distressing cramps that comes with menstruation. Clary sage essential oil and marjoram essential are excellent for alleviating the pain and discomfort that comes with adenomyosis. It is recommended to use hot compresses made with these essential oils over your abdomen to get rid of or lower the severity of the symptoms of this condition.
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