Check Out These Amazing Natural Endometriosis Treatment Options
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Endometriosis is a painful condition that affects many women. Its symptoms can often be debilitating. But you don’t have to live the pain, with natural Ayurveda endometriosis treatment you can be free from your symptoms and start living life to the fullest again.
What is Endometriosis?
Endometriosis is where the lining of the uterus grows outside of it. Commonly on parts of the lower gut. Endometriosis affects most women, but the intensity felt differs from person to person.
The most common symptoms of endometriosis are chronic pelvic pain, pain during menstruation, pain during intercourse, pain during bowel movements, repeated miscarriages.
What Causes Endometriosis?
The exact cause is unknown, but medical professionals do have a few theories.
The first theory is retrograde menstruation. This is where the blood and tissue flushed during menstruation flows back through the Fallopian tubes into the abdominal cavity.
The second is an anatomical abnormality. Where cells in different parts of the body change into the kind of cells found in the lining of the uterus.
These cases are very rare. Doctors also believe that surgery can cause endometriosis to spread.
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine, based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a balance of mind, body, and spirit. Those who study Ayurveda believe each person is made of five elements ether, air, water, fire, and earth.
These elements combine to make the three doshas: Vata Dosha, Pitta Dosha, and Kapa Dosha. Each dosha is said to control a different body function. Each person has a unique mix of Doshas but is usually stronger than the others.
Ayurveda View of Endometriosis
In Ayurveda endometriosis is considered a Kapha Dosha problem because of the build-up of cells much like a tumor. It can also be considered a Pitta Dosha problem because of the blood, hormone, and inflammation nature of endometriosis.
As such, many Ayurveda practitioner suggests Nidan Parivarjan (removal of cause) is the first step of treatment and avoiding factors that may cause a flare-up of the symptoms.
The Nidan Parivarjan is implementing lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking, exercising more, and other changes as suggested by your practitioner. You will also have changes in your diet according to your body type.
These changes are very important in your treatment, these changes help to not flare-up your symptoms and help with the treatment process.
After Nidan Parivarjan implementing Pancha Karma is suggested to treat this ailment.
What is Pancha Karma?
Pancha Karma is a Sanskrit word meaning five actions. These include Abhyanga, which is a warm herbal oil massage. Swedana which is herbal steam therapy.
Then a lymphatic massage. Basti is an herbal enema and Nasya is nasal administrations. Treatment is set using part, or all of this method depending on the person and their ailment.
Virechana is herbal purgation, this cleanses pitta from the intestines. It also cleanses the gastrointestinal tract of toxins. This is especially important for treatment of endometriosis.
Vasti is an herbal enema, this is also highly important in the treatment of endometriosis. It calms any vata imbalances in the lower body. Dosha imbalance is believed to be one of the root causes of endometriosis.
What is Uttara Vasti?
This is an enema for women that is administered through the birth passage as the aliment involves the reproductive system.
There are several types of herbs that are used in the herbal enemas each having its own unique properties and benefits. And when used together they make a powerful treatment for endometriosis.
Herbs for Endometriosis
The herbs used in Ayurvedic treatment are traditional Asian herbs that have been used for centuries. And they specifically help with menstrual issues and endometriosis.
This herb is also known as the sorrow-less tree. It is an evergreen tree found in the wild in the Himalayas. It is classified as a Divya Aushadhis, or divine herb, in Ayurveda. It helps tone the uterus easing discomfort pain associated with endometriosis. It can also help regulate the menstrual cycle.
Also known as asparagus racemosus, it helps regulate body systems and improves resistance to stress. It has a high level of antioxidants which prevents the development of disease. And long been used in Ayurveda medicine for female reproductive health.
You might know this better as licorice. It reduces inflammation and helps alleviate the pain associated with endometriosis. It also helps reduce heavy flow during menstruation.
You have probably used aloe vera for sunburns, but clinical studies have shown that it can be used to treat endometriosis. It contains vitamins A, B, C, E, vitamins. It’s also one of the few plants that contain vitamin B12 which can increase energy. Aloe helps boost healing by 30 percent. And its anti-inflammatory properties help with the pain of endometriosis.
Other Things to Consider
Ayurveda should always begin with a consultation with an Ayurvedic professional. There are many factors to consider, and we can help come up with a treatment plan to work for you. Of course, there are some circumstances where this might not be the best treatment for you. For example, if you are currently pregnant or breastfeeding it is not advised to pursue this treatment.
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