5 Herbs Elixir for Uterine Fibroids

*** This home remedy is beneficial when the myoma is not larger than 5 cm.

Uterine fibroids or myoma is benign tumor, which develops into uterine muscle tissue. This condition is quite commonly discovered in women around their 40-ties (40 % of all cases) and in young women between 20 -35 years old (20 % of all cases). After setting of climax the discovery of myoma is very rare. Usually stronger tendency towards formation of myomas develops in women who had not born children.

Formation of Fibroids 

Almost all myomas begin as little nods into the myometrium, or the middle layer of the uterine wall. Their size varies a lot – from pin-head to simulating 6-7 months of pregnancy. There can be one nod or groups of several nods in different places of uterine walls.

They can grow at the outer side of uterus towards the abdomen, or intramural, i.e. inside uterine wall. The latter are the commonest type of fibroids. There is one third type of myomas which grow towards the cavity of uterus; they lead to serious symptoms like hemorrhages, and are related to sterility and abortion. Sometimes the first and the third type of fibroids are connected with each other through thin tissue through the uterine wall.

When to Suspect Presence of Myoma

The most common symptoms of uterine fibroids are:

Hemorrhage

It isn’t like the monthly flow. It is heavier then the menstrual bleeding, either during the period or between periods. There are clots into the blood. Mostly this symptom leads to the third type of fibroid – the one which grows towards the uterine cavity. The extra bleeding leaves the woman exhausted and predispose to development of anemia and frequent acutes.

Pressure

The sensation of pressure is observed in large fibroids because they fill large part of uterine cavity or, growing towards the abdomen, they compress different organs. The woman feels fullness and drawing downwards low in the abdomen; now and then she feels pain.

Pain

The pain comes when the fibroid is growing. It is a contractive pain which can also extend down to back of thighs. Early symptom of myoma can be the pain during coition.

Urination & Stool

Both functions are troubled. The urination is frequent due to the pressure on the bladder from the bigger and heavier uterus. The women suffer from constipation on the other hand, due to the same effect of pressure of the uterus on the rectum.

Threatening & Spontaneous Abortion

Not infrequently the pregnancy may end because of the fibroids. They make the uterine cavity narrow and alter the uterine mucous membrane.

Phyto Elixir of 5 Herbs

The herbal ingredients of this phyto elixir had been used for centuries for relieving these symptoms and diminishing size of the fibroids. When however the effect is unsatisfactory, the best is to go under homeopathic treatment. It is also possible to combine both therapies.

Vitex agnus castus

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The chaste tree is very well known for its styptic, spasmolytic and calming effect on uterus and ovaries. See also the article for its homeopathic application.

For the home remedy take dried leaves, 10 g.

Alchemilla vulgaris

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Very important herbal remedy for diarrhea, colic pains in stomach, leucorrhea, regulation of menstrual flow and facilitating delivery. It can also be used for seat bath.

For the home remedy should be used young dried leaves from a flowering plant, 10 g.

Lithospermum officinale

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Lythospermum officinale by © Hans Hillewaert / , via Wikimedia Commons

This plant helps in incontinence of urine, cleans the bladder and kidneys.

In this home remedy is used tincture from the roots, 5 g.

Achillea millefolium

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Achillea is widely used as styptic, spasmolytic and calming remedy for uterus and ovaries.

For this misture we must take flowering tips from the plant, 5 g.

Ruta graveolens

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Ruta is well known remedy. It has been included in the home remedy for kidneys and for lumbar pains. It will also calm the nerves and will help with the dizziness.

Take flowering tips of twigs, 5 g.

Preparation and Dosage

Mix the herbs and pulverize them. Take 500 ml dry white wine and put it on the stove. When it bubbles up, pour the herbal misture into the pot and leave it on the stove for 5 minutes.

Remove the pot from the fire and filtrate the fluid into a jar of dark glass with solid stopper. After it cools out, add 50 ml honey and stir well. Now the elixir is ready.

Keep the jar on dark cool place. Each day take 20 g elixir, after lunch.

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More important homeopathic remedies for fibroids: Thlaspi, Calcarea fluorica, Calcarea sulphurica, Kalium iodatum, Calcarea carbonica, Bromium, Phosphorus, Sepia, Lycopodium and many others.

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