By On 24/12/2019 at 13:33


The  uterine fibroids  are benign (noncancerous) on the wall of the uterus, in isolation or in groups. Also called myomas, meiomyomas, or uterine fibromyomas  ,  fibroids  usually appear in women. 20 to 40% of women from the age of 40 develop one or more fibroids. Often without even knowing it since they will not have any symptoms. This benign growth of smooth muscle in the uterus can vary widely in size and position in the muscle or inside the uterus. A fibroid can be asymptomatic, or even more disturbing if it causes increased period bleeding, discomfort in the abdomen, or pain during sex or otherwise.


The natural treatment that we offer to permanently cure uterine fibroids consists of several herbal teas . This remedy has proven its effectiveness with dozens of resolved cases. It is specially designed for patients who do not want to have surgery. Click here to discover our natural treatment:

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Factors that may contribute to the growth of fibroids

Increased exposure to estrogen throughout life (onset of menstruation early in adolescence, few or no pregnancies, obesityAgain, the environment and the liver play an important role in the management of hormones and the growth of fibroids:

  • Exposure to exogenous estrogens (pesticides, plastics) or medication (hormone therapy for example)
  • Poor elimination by the liver
  • Hypertension
  • Chronic inflammation of the pelvic area
  • Use of the IUD with infectious complications
  • Use of talc in the perineum area

Since fibroids are benign, if they do not cause inconvenience (pain and profuse bleeding), they are usually closely monitored by your medical team. They can reabsorb themselves even after menopause, the amount of estrogen in circulation is less.

What can herbalism offer for the treatment of fibroids?

Most Western herbalists agree that it is difficult to shrink a fibroid, especially if treatment is not started immediately and the fibroid exceeds a certain size (12 weeks pregnant). On the other hand, medicinal plants are very effective in reducing symptoms, controlling bleeding and pain and thus living with fibroids without suffering the consequences.

Rhizome and turmeric powder - Curcuma longa
Rhizome and turmeric powder
Curcuma longa

In fact, a treatment with medicinal plants will have several aspects to address all facets of this imbalance:

Hepatic medicinal plants

To help the liver in the elimination of endogenous and exogenous estrogens and thus restore a hormonal balance and slow down or even slow down the growth of fibroids. We can then use plants such as turmeric rhizome ( Curcuma longa ), milk thistle seeds ( Silybum marianum ) or dandelion roots ( Taraxacum officinale). These herbal remedies will also be useful if there is constipation. In the case of a tendency to chronic constipation, we can then add flaxseed soaking water, or crushed flax seeds in the diet. Indeed, a good regularity at the level of the stools is essential to the elimination of waste. Hormones sent by the liver to the intestines via the bile for elimination can be reabsorbed if there is chronic constipation, or intestinal hyperpermeability due to untreated food intolerances.


Hormonal regulating medicinal plants

To help the body regain hormonal balance. These medicinal plants will have a more direct action on the balance between progesterone and estrogen, such as vitex berries ( Vitex agnus-castus ) for example. To learn more about medicinal plants with estrogenic action, see this article from 2011. Regarding hormonal regulators, adaptogenic medicinal plants will also often be used, such as schisandra berries ( Schisandra sinensis ) or eleuthero roots ( Eleutherococcus senticosus ), which by re-balancing the axis between the adrenal glands, the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus (HPA axis), will help restore the balance at the level of reproductive hormones.

Lymphatic medicinal plants

As in any treatment where we want to repair deep tissue, lymphatic medicinal plants are essential. . In the meantime, certain herbal remedies like the roots of ceanothus americanus  will be ideal for decreasing bleeding while helping lymphatic circulation for tissue healing.

Medicinal plants for uterine health

To help the uterus to regain a certain tone, reduce pain in menstrual bleeding, the medicinal plants listed below are very effective.

Raspberry leaves -  Rubus idaeus

Raspberry leaves, recotated before flowering on second-year stems, are essential in the treatment of pathologies of the uterus. This plant is an excellent tonic for the reproductive system and uterine muscle. Taken as a long-term infusion, where it is more effective, it will help control the size of fibroids and reduce uterine bleeding.  

Lady's mantle flowering tops -  Alchemilla vulgaris

This pretty plant often used in horticulture is very effective in toning all the connective tissues of the pelvic floor. It was even traditionally used in Switzerland to firm the breasts. Taken as an infusion or tincture, the flowering tops harvested at the beginning of summer will help the tissues of the uterus and endometrium to regain their balance. In addition, by its great astringency it will help reduce excessive bleeding.

Flowering tops of yarrow -  Achillea millefolium

Yarrow, commonly known in Quebec: turkey grass is one of the wonderful medicinal plants that seem to solve all problems. In the case of fibroids and heavy menstrual bleeding, this medicinal plant will be useful thanks to its action on the liver, for better management of hormones and better elimination of excess estrogen. In addition, it will help reduce menstrual bleeding and pain associated with menstruation.

Cinnamon bark - Cinnamomum cassia

This medicinal plant, better known as a spice than for its actions on the body, is an excellent ally for women struggling with fibroids. By its astringent action, it will help reduce uterine bleeding. In addition, by stimulating blood circulation in the pelvis and uterus, it will remove congestion and help in healing fibroids.