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stephany By On 04/03/2020 at 19:15

In Female Infertility

 Adenomyosis is an uterus disease that causes infertility. It occurs when the endometrial tissue exists within and grows into the muscular wall of the uterus. It is known for causing abdominal pain. So, if you are a woman who suffers pain and discomfort in your reproductive region adenomyosis may be a reason why.  

HOWEVER, the specialists at AFRICAN DOCTOR have found the very best mixture of african plants to get rid of the symptoms of this disturbing ailment. If yoyu are a sufferer of this disease and want to get rid of it without operation, BE REST ASSURED YOU AT THE RIGHT PLACE!!!



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! 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.

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Why turmeric is good for women?

Why turmeric is so useful for women? Tumeric it is revered as a "golden spice" - all this thanks to its pharmacological properties: anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant, immunomodulatory. It also inhibits the growth of cancer cells. Turmeric owes its medicinal properties , first of all, to such substances as curcuminoids and essential oil.

The composition of curcuminoids includes:

  • Curcumin

  • Demethoxycurcumin

  • Bisdemethoxycurcumin

Among these three, curcumin has the most pronounced healing potential. It is also useful, from a medical point of view, an essential oil that gives the spice a characteristic aroma.

The benefits of turmeric for the female reproductive system

Estrogen is a female sex hormone that plays an important role in the menstrual cycles and fertility of women. Studies have shown that turmeric can mimic estrogen activity. Curcumin acts as a weak phytoestrogen, i.e. estrogen of plant origin. Perhaps this explains its therapeutic effect in the treatment of female sexual disorders.

Turmeric during menstruation

It is known that this Indian spice can reduce pain during menstruation, as well as regulate their intensity. It has an antispasmodic effect on uterine contractions. In particular, this was established during the experiment, where the induced contractions of the smooth muscles of the rat uterus were reduced by using curcuminoids at concentrations of 8 micrograms / ml and 16 micrograms / ml.

Menstrual cycles can be accompanied by pain in the back and the whole body. The usual way out in such a situation is the use of painkillers. However, long-term use of such drugs, as well as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, can lead to unpleasant side effects such as gastrointestinal upset, gastritis, high acidity, kidney failure, and the like.

Turmeric powder can be a good natural alternative to painkillers: it is enough to take it in doses of 400-600 mg 3 times a day. This is possible because curcumin exhibits tangible anti-inflammatory properties that make it less pain like regular painkillers. In this case, you can not worry about possible side effects.

Turmeric can "bring to life" your uterus, normalizing its work. Some researchers believe that it also helps to balance hormonal activity, because hormonal disorders are responsible for irregular periods and various diseases in a female way.

How does the menstrual cycle normalize?

Turmeric has properties through which it can stimulate menstruation. Such remedies are called emmenagogues - these are herbs that cause blood to move toward the pelvic area and uterus. Turmeric, in particular, cleanses, and also “stirs up” stagnant blood, so your menstruation returns to normal.

Another useful property of turmeric comes from the fact that it gently stimulates the uterus. Uterine stimulants are uterotonics - are drugs that prevent women to increase the frequency and intensity of uterine contractions. True, sometimes this can lead to various kinds of problems. Therefore, pregnant and lactating mothers, before taking turmeric, it is recommended to consult a doctor.


Leucorrhoea (leucorrhea) - this term refers to thick, whitish or yellowish vaginal discharge. It is believed that their cause may be various factors, including hormonal disorders, and whitening can continue for years.

But turmeric can be useful here. Take 10 g of powder and boil in enough water. Allow to cool, and use to wash 3-4 times a day. It is believed that this can give a lasting relief effect.

Adenomyosis and tumeric

This is a disease in which the uterine mucosa extends beyond the uterine cavity. According to statistics, about 15% of women of reproductive age suffer from it, and it can cause infertility. The exact cause of this disease has not yet been established, but it is known that oxidative stress and hormonal imbalance act as mediators.

Oxidative or oxidative stress is an imbalance between prooxidants and the body's natural antioxidant defense. Various biochemical pathways, including processes related to the female reproductive system, lead to prooxidants. When the latter are created in excess, they can cause oxidative stress, and lead to the spread of diseases.

According to studies, curcumin inhibits the growth of endometrial cells by regulating estrogen production. The antioxidant properties of curcumin are also used to help with infertility caused by oxidative stress in the endometrium.

Turmeric for adenomyosis: how to take?

It can be added to food during cooking on a regular basis. Any dishes are suitable: soups, stewed vegetables, hot milk and more.

If we talk about doses , we can distinguish the following:

  • The usual turmeric powder is 400-600 mg 3 times a day.

  • Turmeric liquid extract with a concentration of 1: 1 - 30-90 drops per day.

  • Tincture in a ratio of 1: 2 - 15-30 drops 4 times a day.

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