Natural Fibroid Treatment

Last Modified on Jan 08, 2015


Blackstrap Molasses   31  7   

Posted by Susan (Ripley, WV) on 06/21/2007

[NAY]  I've been taking black strap Molasses for about 6 months. One thing it's done for me is my fingernails grows fast. I never had pretty nails before now I can grow them. It has to be the Molasses. Still waiting for the fibroid tumors to go, having faith they will. I've taken apple cider vineger for 40 years. It's how I keep my weight down. I'm glad we have this website to check out. I've also used Cayenne Pepper daily for about 3 years. Something is keeping me healthy, so I'll keep doing it. Thanks to all of you that take time to post. age 72, feel like 40

Posted by annette (humble, texas) on 06/07/2007

[NAY]  i tried blackstrap molasses for two months. i don't have a period so i don't know if anything was coming out in my cycle. i don' t feel any different. stomach is still large . i am through taking it, there is no way to know if it work or not. i am looking for other natural cures.

Posted by Renee (El Dorado, Kansas) on 06/07/2007

[YEA]  re: Molasses for Fibroids... My last period was 18 days of intense bleeding. I was so wiped out and worried about what was happening to me. I could feel a small knot/buldge on one side of my abdomen and figured it was a fibroid. Found this site about 2 weeks ago and have been taking dark, unsoldered Molasses ever since. Will get BSM next time I go to a larger town. This period is 3 days now, very light and cramping only one day. I've not had a period this easy on me since going off birth control 8 years ago. I'm impressed and thank the creator(s) and contributors of this site. I think you've saved my parts. Me Happy.

Posted by Mimmer (LONDON, ENGLAND) on 06/04/2007

[YEA]  Hi all, I was chatting with a lady at work who suggested BSM and ACV [apple cider vinegar]. For a year I have suffered with constipation, bad back and general tighness of muscles in the neck area. For 20 yrs i have had trouble with fibroids (had surgery but too multiple to remove all). On 26-5-07, I bought BSM and ACV. I took it right away, doses-2 large spoons of BSM in warm water, followed by 3 tablespoons of ACV in warm water. I done this morning b4 breakfast and last thing at night. The second day on it I had a very easy bowel movement and have done everyday since. My constipation is now a thing of the past. My back (which I had to get medication from the doctors for-didnt help) was cured during the week, along with the muscle ache. I sleep deeper and dont seem to eat as much. I totally know that this 'tonic' as I like to call it will clear my fibriods eventually. I also want to see after 3months how i do as I want to give it to my Auntie for her Arthritis. I thank you all for posting your experiences as this has given me constant strength and encouragement. I look forward to this journey and please if you are having or have had VICTORY over fibriods with 'The Tonic' then please post so I can read it. I am a big beliver in foods for healing and this sure is a testament to God's produce. smiles

Posted by E (Northamptonshire, United Kingdom) on 06/03/2007

[SIDE EFFECTS]  Dear Sir, My recent scan shows I have uterine fibroids, biggest size: 5x3/4cms in the anterior wall of the uterus and four multiple fibroids - size 4cms each, also have one cyst, size: 2 inches on the left ovary. I am 47 years of age this June and weigh 45 kgs. I had been having fibroids since 1998 and experiencing heavy bleeding One fortunate day I happened to discover your website and I read all the positive benefits of BS Molasses. I immediately went to the nearest health store and started having 1 tbps of BSM first thing in the morning and 1 tbps of BSM before going to bed. I have started this routine since Feb. 15th of this year. The first benefit I had from BSM was it relieved my canker sores which I have been suffering ever since childhood, secondly it relieved me from acidity. My periods which used to come with a heavy force of bloodspray on the first day, became gentle, scanty with very few blood clots. I had my periods on the 3rd of March and it ended on the 6th of March. I felt I had found a remedy to my lifelong problem at last! I live in the UK and travelled to Spain on the 22nd of March Then again on 28th of March I again started mensurating and it lasted me until 11th of April, which was heavy and few blood clots but the duration was 14 days!! I had to travel again to India on the 21st of April and I did not have my periods until 27th of May and it was one of the most bizarre periods I have ever had. I had huge dark red blood clots in my bleeding and it is one of the worst periods I have ever experienced. I still continue to have and do not know when it will stop!! Furthermore I have also noticed that when I am bleeding I feel extremely drained, weak and get painful patches all over my head. Please could you analyse my situation? Would be much grateful if you could advise me on my situation. Thanking you

Posted by Gloria (Ghana, Accra) on 04/18/2007

[YEA]  I was just about to seek medical help for fibroids when I read about the molasses treatment on Earth Clinic and tried it. The bleeding between periods has stopped and I am still taking the Molasses treatment and keeping my fingers crossed and praying for a total cure. I have always had a binge on ice cubes and was surprised to read that some women who have fibroids also have the ice cube habit. Is there a logical medical explanation for this?

Replied by Winston
New York, Ny, Usa
08/07/2010
The cause of ice binging among women with fibroids is due to anemia. Anemia is caused from the blood loss induced by fibroids. If you have symptoms like weakness, fatigue, paleness, ice binging, shortness of breath or slight burning in the chest upon exertion, etc. Then you must see your doctor for a bloodtest. They can prescribe a high-iron supplement. Be sure to get the right kind as not all iron is equally bio-available. The way iron is prescribed can also be confusing: e. G. 200 mg of Ferrous Sulfate = 65 mg of elemental iron. Be sure you know what your doctor means with the amounts and types they prescribe. A good pharmacist can also help you decipher your doctor's intention.

Posted by SHARON (LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA) on 03/21/2007

[YEA]  ONE NIGHT I WAS UP VERY LATE LOOKING ONLINE FOR HELP AND PRAYING TO GOD FOR A CURE.THAT'S WHEN I FOUND YOUR WEB SITE. I WANTED TO THANK EARTH CLINIC FOR YOUR SERVICE TO HELP AT NO COST . I ALSO WANT TO THANK SHARON FROM SONORA, CA. I HAD THE SAME SYMPTOMS AS SHE , TRIED THE MOLASSES AND IT HELPED THE 1ST MONTH. NOW 5 MONTHS LATER I NO LONGER CRAVE ICE AND ALL THE FIBROIDS HAVE SHRUNK BUT ONE. MY FLOW OF BLOOD HAS STOPPED AND MY NEED TO URINATE ALL THE TIME HAS GONE AWAY. THANKS AGAIN

Posted by Nuria (Madrid, Spain) on 01/02/2007

[YEA]  About a month ago I was diagosed with a 6 cm Fibroid tumor in my uterus. At that point I was having very heavy periods that will last over a week with a lot of pain and passing very big blood clots. I also suffered from back pain due to the fibroid and had problems peeing as the fibroid was pressing my bladder. After I was diagnosed, I started to look for natural cures on the internet and I found your website and after reading about all the remedies I started to take molasses three times a day ( 1 tablespoon). The first thing I noticed was that my period lasted only four to five days and I have to say I was a little afraid because my blood flow was abnormally light and I did not have not even a blood clot. Also, when I started to have horrible pain I took 4 tablespoons on one go as another reader suggested and after about 40 minutes the pain totally dissapeared!!! Today I went to the doctor and they did a ultrasound scan and said the fibroid is gone!!! I am totally amazed and I am not too sure what to think, I don`t know if it is gone for ever or what but I will keep molasses in my diet just in case.

By the way, I did not use blackstrap molasses but the normal molasses which is sweeter. Also I started to eat algae (japanese Kombu-which is rich in iodine) as part of my diet, about once or twice a week, , so maybe this also played a part in the cure. Thank you very much for your website and I hope you can understand my english.

Replied by D Velez
New York, New York
09/13/2009
How long were you taking the molasses before the fibroid shrunk?
Replied by Nunu
Birmingham, Mi
09/23/2013
I would, like to know how you took the kelp? What where your recipes and which molasses is the regular molasses?

Posted by Sharon (Sonora, California) on 02/04/2006

[YEA]  I am 65 today but when I was in my mid 40's, I was told by my doctor that I needed a hysterectomy because of excessive bleeding and fibroid tumors. I also had been literally crunching ice cubes from the tray in the ice box for quite sometime. A wonder they didn't break every tooth in my head plus it was driving everybody around me crazy. I had read this literature at some point about black strap molasses being able to get rid of fibroid tumors and I told my doctor I would let him know about having the hysterectomy and immediately started drinking 1 tablespoon black strap in a cup of water in the a.m. and another in the p.m. It wasn't long before I noticed I wasn't craving the ice cubes and the bleeding slowed to normal. When I went back to my doctor 6 months later the fibroid tumors (and there were many) had all but shrunk away. I continued drinking the molasses for a time after that and never had another problem in that area. That is the only thing I did. I was so glad I had found that little book on blackstrap and its cures. Great stuff.

Cabbage   1  0   

Posted by Carol (South Holland, IL) on 10/25/2006

[YEA]  Eating Raw Cabbage for stomach pain. Also used the cabbage leaves to relieve the pain in my breast after my baby was born, and to dry up the flow of milk. It stopped the stomach pain from fibroid tumors. I believe it will completely heal my stomach if I continue to eat bothe the red and green cabbage raw. The Lord told me to do this to relieve the pain and it worked! I never knew about the extensive healing properties found in the cabbage before.

Castor Oil Packs   1  0   

Posted by DJ (Denver, Colorado) on 03/22/2008

[YEA]  My doctor told me I had fibroids in my uterus. I applied a castor oil pack with a heating pad on the area for an hour a day for one whole week while I napped and they were completely gone at my next check up thirty days later! Amazing! I believe castor oil is a gift from God to us.

Replied by Mary
Tampa, Florida
09/02/2008
To DJ from Denver CO: How big was your fibroid may I ask? You said you did the CASTOR pack...and your fibroid went away in a week? Can you please email me at maitaz@yahoo.com I really would appreciate it.
If anyone out there has used the CASTOR pack method or any method to GET RID of your Fibroid, please contact me. Peace, Mary
Replied by Yasa
Fairfield, CT
05/12/2009
HI DJ from Colorado,

Could you tell me how large your fibroids were? I would like to try a natural cure for healing from fibroids. I am wondering if castor oil packs can shrink all sizes of fibroids. I have a few, one is 7.5 cm, and a 4cm cyst on one of my ovaries. One fibroid is calcified.

Thanks so much.

Replied by Yinka
Manchester, United Kingdom
09/16/2011
[BETTER BUT WITH SIDE EFFECTS]   Thanks to everyone for sharing your experiences, I just want to add that, if you're going to use the castor oil pack, please, please DO NOT USE any cream on your body before you do so, I had used a progesterone cream earlier in the morning after my shower, and at night before I slept I used the castor oil pack for 30 minutes on my stomach as I was trying to shrink fibroids. Luckily I usually use it for 1hour, but only spent 30 minutes that day. Then I went to sleep when I woke up the next day having had another shower and about to towel my body, I noticed some severe black criss-crossing lines all along my stomach area where I had placed the oil pack, it had eaten deep into my skin, so I stopped using the castor oil pack altogether. It's 2 months since and only still beginning to fade.

Dietary Changes   4  0   

Posted by Kitti (Sterling, Tx) on 02/25/2013

After reading all the posts it seems that dairy products are not good for Fibroids since they have growth harmones. What if we can take organic milk and home made yogurts made with organic milk. Same for organic eggs, etc? Yogurts have got friendly bacterias.. Want to know what Ted's research says about it.

Posted by Purple2002 (New Orleans, Louisiana, Usa) on 07/23/2010

I found out recently that I may possibly have a fibroid in my abdominal area. The thing is the doctors are not sure and they want me to have surgery to get it out to see if the growth is cancerous or not. The doctors said if it is cancerous, they are going to have to take either my uterus out or my ovaries and possibly my appendix. I am a 26 years old with no children, and may want some in the future. The growth is noticeable since I am petite. The growth is 15. 5 cm long and 14 cm wide. It is above my uterus so I still get my periods every month and I don't have any pain with this growth, just a little discomfort on my uterus from the size of the growth. I want to treat this just like any tumor rather it's benign or not. Can you please email me some remedies to rid this growth? I already changed my diet and started taking supplements like Quint Essence, Flaxseed oil capsules, fish oil capsules, and Vitamin C capsules. I stop eating red meat, and eat fish, turkey, and chicken purchased from Whole Foods Market. I eat my salads with apple cider vinegar. Please help. Thanks.

Replied by Diane
Berkeley, Ca
07/24/2010
I tried every natural remedy known to man. None worked well (TCM & acupuncture worked a little but ultimately failed every time). I had several (successful) rounds of laproscopic fibroid surgeries before finally (and happily) having a partial hysterectomy in my mid-40's. You should not have to resort to full hysterectomy at your age, or indeed ever. Regardless of size of fibroid, there are many different treatment options, and many can retain the uterus to allow you to have kids. Don't just consult your normal OB/GYN. Talk to a physician known for specializing in fibroids, as there are many different options these days. And recovery for laproscopic surgery is fast (1 - 3 weeks).
Replied by Nyl Gracelle
Redlands, Ca
07/24/2010
I have been diagnosed with multiple intramural (leiomayomata)fibroids last July 5, 2009 and had a D&C immediately on July 10 to scrape things from my uterus for biopsy. Very thankful because the fibroids turned out benign. I tried to changed my diet and took herbal. Nothing happened for 6 months of my battle because the ultrasound result was unchanged, the same size (the biggest is 6.5cm x 6.2cm) by March 2010 I came across this site and immediately drank ACV with baking soda and molasses (2 tbsp, 1/8 tsp and 1 tsp respectively. I also did massage my abdomen using castor oil daily with a 2 day break in a week. I had a very heavy bleeding before but with the use of ACV w/ baking soda and molasses my bleeding was minimized. My OB/GYN however placed me under a progesterone (for 10 days in a month) so that everything will become normal and it really did! Last June 11, 2010 I had my 3rd ultrasound after 6 months and I am so happy that my fibroids the biggest in size became 5.6cm x 4. 1cm. Nothing is impossible with the Lord. Keep praying and do some research. I hope with this info you will be enlightened. There's hope and have faith!
Replied by Rose
Conroe, Tx
01/18/2013
Drink water with flaxseed ground, boil the flaxseed ground, what works best in my opinion, adding a pinch of unfiltered apple cider vinegar. Try venus flytrap pills too. I believe this is the best thing, apple cider and water. Just skim off the flaxseed. Drink the oils that boil in the water. God bless you! Change the way you eat as well. Try sauteeing prunes, raisins, apples in butter adding it to oatmeal and eat a lot of fruit and broccoli, don't eat pizza until the weekends. The tumor should come out.

Posted by Maggie (Hamilton, Ontario) on 08/28/2009

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  Hi, I have Fibroids too, and suffered as you guys too. I read alot about this kind of thing and read that drinking coffee doesn't help! So i stopped drinking coffee, I only drank 2 cups a day. And now my periods r normal. No more heavy, where you can't walk from here to there...no more clots, that scares the heck out of ya. Thats been over a year now, and I'm still doing fine. And I also eat grapes every day, green or red. Not a specific amount, I just eat them.I HOPE this helps someone, I really do!! I feel for you all.

Posted by Realities (Oceanside, CA) on 05/03/2009

[YEA]  Black strap molasses:
I had a protuding fibroid the size of a GRAPEFRUIT---that was trying to abort itself through my cervix. Before I almost bled to death I had it surgically cut out. It developed over 6 months and just after I was prescribed birth control pills (hormones)from an obgyn. I stopped the pills after two weeks but the fibroid continued to grow.

i gulped bs molasses from the jar after the surgery. Then i stopped drinking that nasty bsm and eliminated the birth control pills. I changed my diet. No meat, eggs,( which is full of hormones ) no fish, and minimal dairy products and (only if RBST free or goats milk.) LOW FAT, HIGH FIBER is good. I eat kale on my sandwhiches instead of lettuce etc.

I eat sour kraut and drink water water water. I HAVE NOT HAD ONE INCIDENCE SINCE 2003. THATS ABOUT 6 YEARS.

If I slip up on this regimen, I notice it. My next period is clotty, lasts longer, and is more painfull, the tint is red/orange. ---TIME TO get my diet back on track BUCKLE DOWN!

Here is some interesting input: GOOD LUCK LADIES! YOU CAN WIN.

Percentage of American women who will have a hysterectomy in their lifetimes - 50%

Percentage of U.S. hysterectomies that are medically imperative - 10%

Most common reason for hysterectomy in the U.S. - fibroids

Number of women with fibroids who are relieved of the pain and heavy bleeding within three months of adopting a low-fat high-fiber vegetarian diet - the vast majority (mostly everone)

Second most common reason for hysterectomy in the U.S. - endometriosis

Number of women with endometriosis whose symptoms disappear or lessen dramatically on a low-fat high-fiber vegetarian diet - the vast majority (mostly everyone)

Percentage of American physicians who recommend dietary changes for fibroids and endometriosis - less than 1%

Menopause, Naturally

Most widely prescribed drug in U.S. - Premarin (Estrogen Replacement Therapy)
Primary reasons prescribed - Hot flashes, osteoporosis, and heart disease

Percentage of menopausal women who obtained complete relief from hot flashes by taking
200 mg of vitamin C and 200 mg of bioflavonoids 6 times a day - 67%

Percentage of menopausal women who obtained relief from hot flashes by taking two herbal capsules three times a day (licorice root, burdock root, wild yam root, dong quai root, and motherwort) for three months in a double-blind placebo-controlled study - 100%

Percentage of women in same study who obtained relief from placebo - 6%

Percentage of U.S. physicians who discuss natural approaches with their menopausal patients - 2%

Percentage of U.S. physicians who routinely prescribe estrogen - 84%

Years a woman must take estrogen to obtain benefits for osteoporosis - 20 or more

Health drawbacks to estrogen - substantially increased breast cancer risk, increased risk for liver and gallbladder disease, prolonged incidence of fibroids and endometriosis, greatly increased uterine cancer risk (if taken without progestins), increased side effects (if taken with progestins)

Years a woman must take natural progesterone to obtain benefits for osteoporosis - 1

Health drawbacks to natural progesterone - rare

Percentage of post-menopausal women who showed substantial new bone formation on natural progesterone cream - 97%

Percentage of U.S. physicians familiar with natural progesterone - less than 1%

Year the AMA elected its first woman board member - 1989
Number of women presidents in AMA's 148 year history - 0
Percentage of medical school deans in U.S. today who are women - 3%
Percentage of today's gynecologists and obstetricians who are male - 80%
Percentage of their patients who are male - 0%
Number of times in its history the executive board of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has been less than 75% male - 0


EC: Looks like the above info came from here: http://www.foodrevolution.org/roh_facts.htm

Replied by Diva
Norcross, Ga
08/17/2012
I tried Blackstrap Molasses it doesn't work.


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