Last Modified on Nov 30, 2014
The best treatment of ovarian cysts involves a holistic approach. Combining dietary changes with supplements and other therapies extends a balanced approach for overall health and reduction of cyst size. Avoiding certain foods, taking supplements and maintaining an active lifestyle are all important components for treating ovarian cysts.
What are Ovarian Cysts?
Ovarian cysts are an issue of the female reproductive system characterized by a fluid-filled sac on the ovary. The cause of the condition varies but includes irregular cycles, hormone balance and hypothyroidism. Some women experience no symptoms of the condition while others undergo severe indications including nausea, vomiting, breast tenderness, pain and frequent urination.
Natural Treatment for Cysts on the Ovaries
Treating ovarian cysts requires a balanced approach that works to equalize hormones and diminish contributing factors. Avoiding contributing foods and other products is one of the first steps toward treatment. Additionally, supplements can be taken that are effective at reducing cysts. Exercise is also an important contribution to treating issues of the reproductive system.
Estrogen is one of the main contributing factors to ovarian cysts. As such, avoiding an overabundance of this hormone is crucial. Eliminating soy and mass produced meats in exchange for an organic diet is one of the most effective ways to regulate the amount of estrogen going into the body.
Many supplements are also effective for managing cysts of the ovaries. DIM aids in hormonal balance as well as reducing the size of cysts. Other supplements that serve as effective treatments include maca root, black cohosh root, dong quai root, milk thistle seed, tribulus, vitex, wild yam root and yarrow.
Exercise is one of the key factors in a balanced lifestyle. This factor also contributes to treatment of ovarian cysts. Light exercise like walking can alleviate heavy menstrual bleeding as well as cramping associated with the cysts. Additionally, yoga and other stretching exercises aid in muscle relaxation and circulation of the body.
Ovarian cysts are a common condition of the female reproductive system. While some cysts cause few to no symptoms, others may cause pain and several other associated issues. Natural, holistic treatment, however, can eliminate symptoms and diminish the size of cysts.
Table of Contents
- TED'S ANSWERS
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
- POPULAR REMEDIES
- Alkaline Water
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Apple Cider Vinegar Douche
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, Wheatgrass
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Beet Root and Molasses
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Blackstrap Molasses
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Blackstrap Molasses, Castor Oil Packs
- Avoid Chocolate
- Beets and Molasses
- Beets, Apple Cider Vinegar, Aloe Vera
- Beets, Carrots, Non-Alcoholic Wine, Molasses
- Carrot, Beet, Parsley, Spinach, Apple Juice
- Dermoid Ovarian Cyst Remedies
- Dietary Changes
- Dietary Changes, Apple Cider Vinegar
- Dim, Flaxseed, Chckweed
- Essential Oils
- False Unicorn
- Foods to Avoid
- General Feedback
- Green Tea
- Heat Application
- Herbal Tincture
- Juicing Remedy
- Kundalini Yoga
- Molasses, Aloe Vera and Beets
- Multiple Remedies
- Ovarian Dermoid Cyst Remedies
- Supplements, Dietary Changes
- Ted's Remedies
[NAY] Ovarian Cyst Remedy - Alfalfa
Did not work. I'm writing about a possible remedy that I read elsewhere (someone supposedly had success with Premium Blended Alfalfa). The alfalfa would theoretically have worked by balancing the extra estrogen. Not only did I not get better, but I believe that the alfalfa may have caused the cyst to enlarge-- and I've been in horrible pain for the last 2 days. It may be possible that this remedy works for smaller cysts (?), but if in doubt, skip it. Hope that this experience helps someone out there.
Replied by Karen