When Myoma pushes on the intestines or the bladder, it can result in constipation, pain of the bladder, or a constant need to urinate. If the tumor pushes on the nerves in the spinal cord, it can result in pain of the back or the legs.
Herbal Medicine for Myoma
Colon Cleanser: Dosage - 4 caps after dinner everyday for 2 weeks, then repeat twice a week on the
succeeding weeks for 2 months.
Chiriant: Dosage - 2 caps 3 x a day for 2 months. ( take after meal )
GKUB Flush: Dosage - 1 cap 3 x a day for 2 months. ( take before meal )
Amazing Oil: Dosage - 1 table spoon everyday for 2 months. ( take anytime you want after meal )
Package Price P1,410 good for 10 days medication.
Each bottle contain 30 capsules.
Amazing Oil 60 ml
What Causes Fibroids?
Knowing how to eliminate fibroids naturally requires understanding what causes them in the first place.
The major cause of fibroids is too much estrogen in the body, or estrogen dominance. Some of the causes of estrogen dominance are:
Birth control pills
Spermicides on condoms
Hormone replacement therapy
Ingredients in cosmetics
Growth hormones in meat and milk
Pesticides and herbicides
PCBs - polychlorinated biphenyls
It is important to stop eating heavily processed foods. White flour, white rice, sugar, and all simple carbohydrates cause an insulin spike in the blood. Insulin changes the way that the body handles estrogen. This in turn encourages the formation of fibroids as well as the growth of existing fibroids.
Other dietary changes that should be made are:
Eliminate fried foods. They tax the liver and the liver is where estrogen is processed.
Stay away from all forms of caffeine, including tea and chocolate.
Eat lots of dark leafy greens, lentils, beans, and organically raised poultry.
Seaweed helps support the thyroid and adrenals, part of keeping hormone levels in check.
Stay away from alcohol.
Drink filtered water.
Although some doctors recommend soy as being helpful during menopause, soy contains toxins as well as phyto-estrogens (plant based estrogens). These substances increase the estrogen in the body and encourage fibroid growth.
If you are overweight, try to lose the extra pounds. Estrogen is metabolized in the fat cells and so overweight women have more estrogen than lean women. Also, cut any animal product from your diet that has added hormones. This includes any conventionally produced beef or dairy product. According to the FDA, organic meats and dairy products are not allowed to have added hormones.
Diet for woman with myoma
A diet that is "non-estrogenic" and lacks foods known to stimulate the growth of fibroids consists of: • Adequate amounts of purified or glass-bottled water • Avoidance of caffeine containing beverages (e.g., coffee and cola) and caffeine-containing foods (e.g., chocolate) • Freshly caught fish that do not have high levels of mercury • Avoidance of farm-raised fish, because they may have been fed hormones • Avoidance of non-organically raised poultry and avoidance of red meat, because the animals may have been fed hormones • Avoidance of non-organic dairy products, because the animals may have been fed hormones. Note that the hormonal contaminants may be more concentrated in the cream portion of the dairy products. • If desired, limited amounts of organically-raised poultry • If desired, limited amounts of organic dairy products, including nonfat milk and nonfat cottage cheese. • Nuts and seeds • Whole grains (e.g., flaxseed, rye, buckwheat, millet, oats, barley, corn, rice, and wheat), which are rich in lignins and fibers • Fresh, organic fruits • Fresh organic vegetables. Leafy green vegetables are helpful because they are rich in iron, which may be low in women with excessive menstrual bleeding. Also, leafy green vegetables can stimulate the flow of bile that aids in removal of excess estrogen from the body. • Avoidance of fried foods and other foods with high fat content • Intake of soy products is controversial, because they contain the isoflavones, genistein and daidzein, which have estrogen-like activity. • Avoidance of salt • To normalize the level of blood sugar (i.e., the glycemic index), avoidance of sugar and sugar-containing foods • Avoidance of caffeine containing beverages (e.g., coffee and cola) and caffeine-containing foods (e.g., chocolate) • Avoidance of alcohol