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Endometriosis is a condition in which the endometrial cell grows and implants on other tissues other than the uterus. These implants can grow in any part of the body such as in the pelvis, fallopian tube, bladder, bowel and ovaries. In rare cases, they can also grow in the lungs, thorax and armpits. As in normal menstruation wherever these implants grow, they respond to hormonal changes and bleed. But when they grow in other parts of the body apart from the uterus, there is no exit for the blood to get out of the body and therefore they are trapped inside the tissue. This can cause severe pain as the blood dried up and form cysts.

For treating this health condition, doctors normally prescribe synthetic hormones, oestrogen, usually in the form of birth control pills. But this approach does not always produce the desired outcomes for certain groups of women that are taking this kind of medications. In some instances, there were reported cases of side effects by the women using these synthetic hormones.

Therefore, to treat this health condition, herbal remedy should also be considered. The reasons being that these herbs are readily available in most health stores, they are inexpensive and most importantly they do not cause any side effects. Certain medicinal herbs can be used to control the symptoms of this condition. Some of these herbs contain natural elements which are similar to the synthetic hormones used for treating endometriosis.

The followings are some of the herbs which can be used to control the symptoms of endometriosis;

1). Dandelion Tea

This herb is very important because it helps to suppress the pelvic pain normally experienced by those suffering from endometriosis.

2). Colic Root

This herb helps to suppress the pain originating from bowel movement. It also reduces the painful cramps associated with menstruation, particularly for women suffering from endometriosis.

3). Vites Agnus Castus

This particular herb performs multipurpose function. It helps to treat various kinds of reproductive problems in women, and also helps to reduce the pain and cramping symptoms that normally accompany endometriosis.

4). Black Cohosh

This herb can help with endometriosis. They are useful for maintaining the oestrogen level. This is a hormone which causes endometriosis when it is abnormally produced in the body.

5). Flaxseed

This herb is very rich in lignans which are believed to help control endometrial cancer.

In addition to herbs for endometriosis treatment, you should also maintain a proper intake of nutritional supplements such as vitamins B, C and E, zinc, iron, magnesium and folic acid. They can help to improve the symptoms of endometriosis.

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