Beetroot contains a compound called betacyanin, known for boosting the liver’s ability to clear toxins out of the body. The alkaline nature of beetroot also helps balance the acidity in the body, reducing the severity of many symptoms of ovarian cysts.
Mix half a cup of freshly extracted beetroot juice with 1 tbsp. of Aloe Vera gel and 1 tbsp. of blackstrap molasses. Consume this beverage every morning, on an empty stomach until your symptoms subside.
- EPSOM SALT BATH
Epsom salt are rich in magnesium sulfate which is a muscle relaxant and can soothe the pain radiating from ovarian cysts.
Prepare yourself a bathtub with warm water and add a cup of Epsom salt. Add 5-10 drops of essential oil (lavender, rose or jasmine) and stir until everything is dissolved. Soak in the bath for half an hour and repeat this treatment every day until the pain is gone.
Flaxseed are extremely beneficial in the treatment of cysts because they restore the balance between the estrogen and progesterone in your body, helping reduce the cysts. They also abound in fibers which is beneficial for full body detox.
Using flaxseed to ease the pain is very simple. Just add a tablespoon of ground flaxseed to a glass of warm water and drink it every day before breakfast. You can also add it to a glass of yogurt if you prefer or to your smoothies, salads and soups.
Almonds are a rich source of magnesium which helps in reducing painful cramps radiating from the cysts.
Eat dry roasted almonds to relieve pain and discomfort or use almond oil to gently massage the abdominal area and soothe the pain and bloating.
Proper hydration is essential when it comes to easing the pain and discomfort from ovarian cysts and reducing their size and number. It flushes out the toxins and reduces the radiating pain. Drink plenty of water and avoid sodas, coffee and alcohol.
- DANDELION ROOT
Dandelion is a natural diuretic that can help cleanse the liver, allowing the body to properly flush out excess hormones and toxins that may be causing the cysts.
Pick fresh dandelions and separate the root from the stems and flowers. Rinse the root under cool running water and boil 1 quart of water. Chop the dandelion root and add 2 teaspoons to the water, then cover the pot and lower the heat. Let it simmer for a 1 minute, and take it off the heat. Let it steep in the covered pot for about 40 minutes. Strain the liquid and drink the tea.
- MACA ROOT
Maca is a root vegetable from the radish family which is known to help restore hormonal balance in the body. It’s very beneficial for the endocrine system and stimulate the production of progesterone. You can consume it on a daily basis in small amounts, mixed in your smoothie or coffee.
- GINGER JUICE
Ginger has powerful anti-inflammatory properties which means it can alleviate the pain from the inflammation. It can heat up your body and stimulate menstrual flow.
Take a small piece of ginger (2inches) and blend it along with 2 celery sticks, half a cup of apple juice and ¾ cup of pineapple juice. Drink a glass of this anti-inflammatory juice every day until you feel better. You can also just make fresh ginger tea as well and drink 2-3 cups every day.