Cysts in the breasts; symptoms and natural treatment

Cysts in the breast; cure it in a natural way

Benign breast cysts are very common problem in women, but their occurrence is associated with unhealthy and stressful lifestyle. Statistics show that the majority of members of the fairer sex track changes in the breast of reproductive age, after the age of 30, although they can occur at any age. Most of them spontaneously disappear after menopause. Given that diet and stressful lifestyle have a major impact on the formation of these benign changes, thereby changing lifestyle can affect their treatment, but also prevention of the same.

It is known that herbs have a long and successful tradition in the treatment of benign changes in the breast, and it should not be neglected, although it is already known that guided breast cysts rarely grow into cancer.

How to recognize breast cysts - symptoms

A large number of cysts occurs without any symptoms, and are detected by chance during routine ultrasound examination. Also, women themselves may feel unusual lumps in the breasts, which usually causes great anxiety because of fear of cancer.

However, in most cases, ultrasound confirms that these are benign cysts in their breasts. At the touch they are generally soft, smooth and moving, but if you are quite filled with liquid they can be hard when you touch them. Size of cysts varies during the menstrual cycle.

We have noted that the changes to the breast during reproductive period (after the 30th) happen more often. These breast cysts are harmless, because they rarely turn into breast cancer, or if they are large can be painful and unpleasant.

In the case of small changes the treatment is not necessary, while those larger advises puncture the cyst in the breast, in order to alleviate the pain, and in some cases your doctor may suggest their surgical removal.

What is the effect of hormones?

Breast tissue is very sensitive to the influence of sex hormones secreted by the ovaries. Their level of reproductive age ranges during the month. When some parts of the tissues fail to properly escort hormonal activity will be disturbed within it, and the development of the local swelling may occur.

Parts of ducts are enlarged and connective tissue is deposited, which leads to the emergence of "boards" and "lumps". Changes in the breast are usually located below the areola or around it, as well as in the upper and outer quadrant of the breast.
What diet is recommended against cysts? 

The main trigger for guided breast cysts, the most frequently cited is stress and hectic lifestyle. Certainly this is true, but a very important role is played by the food we eat during the day. If you are in a hurry all day, we eat mostly fast food, it is high time to change that.

When it comes to food above all, try to avoid fats from animal foods and refined carbohydrates which are harmful, sugar and white flour.

In contrast, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts should be eaten at least once a day, especially if you already have cysts in the breasts diagnosed. These vegetables contain valuable indole-3-carbinol, proven to reduce the ability of estrogenic binding to breast tissue, and prevents severe hormone-induced malignancy.

Many women who are bothered by unpleasant pain and throbbing in the breast should have a higher intake of natural antioxidants such as vitamins E and C, beta carotene and omega-3 fatty acids.

It is advisable to reduce the intake of caffeine and alcohol completely, and avoid hot foods and drinks from plastic containers. Instead of coffee, you can always cook yourself a mild herbal tea.

The best natural cure for breast cysts

We have prepared as many as 16 recipes against cysts in the breast, all-natural, which are excellent as prevention, and great as adjunctive to therapy with medications.

Tincture from burdock root
  • Ten grams of freshly excavated burdock root finely chop and pour with 200 millilitres of hot boiling water. After 3 hours strain it. Drink three times a day, just one sip before eating.

Linen coating with St. John's wort
  • Twenty grams of St. John's wort pour in a cup of boiling water and after two hours, strain. Soak the linen in the tea and put it on the area where the cyst is. These coverings for breast cysts, need to be kept for about half an hour. The process is repeated at least 2-3 times a day.

Phenomenal beets as a medicine
  • Prepare a slurry with 200 g of grated beets and add a few tablespoons of vinegar, the 12% one. The resulting pulp is used as a coating, preferably during the night and in the morning wrapped in a woollen scarf.

Treatment is carried out for 10 days. Beet should be used in the diet, because thanks to its composition it has a beneficial effect on the whole organism and contributes to healing of cysts.

Unavoidable walnut tincture
  • Remove the barriers of 30-35 ripe nuts, and fruits pour with 100 ml of 70-proof alcohol. Tincture is let to sit for 10 days in a dark place. Take 15-20 drops dribbled in half a cup of hot water or mixed with a teaspoon of honey. Treatment for breast cysts last for a month.

Cabbage leaf against cysts
  • Cabbage leaf slightly smash and whisk and smear with butter. Put it gently on the breast and wear a comfortable cotton bra. Leave it to act overnight. Do this for a week.

Fresh carrot is a natural remedy
  • First, you the need to grate it on the finest grater and apply it on breasts. The lining on the cysts should be changed as soon as the carrots dry, because then it loses its medicinal properties.

Olive oil and garlic
  • Olive oil in which for a few days garlic was soaked in is taken every morning on an empty stomach (one teaspoon). 100 g of chopped garlic is used with 200 ml of high-quality olive oil. Use for a month.

Make the lining for the cyst with calendula (marigold)

A tablespoon of marigold flower (preferably fresh), pour with half a litre of boiling water and let it sit covered for 20 minutes. Marigold tea can be drunk, but is even more effective when used as linen coating.
  • Linen needs to be saturated so it will stick to the chest, covered with a towel and wrapped in a bandage. It is best to use it in the evening and leave it for the night. Naturopaths are recommended that this method of treatment use in combination with linings of saline solution. Flax cloth is soaked in the solution made of a teaspoon of salt and 200 ml of water.

Celandine grass for cysts is more than good

Here is another fine recipe:
  • Mix in equal parts of chopped plant and melted butter. Apply gently on the area where the cyst is in the breast and leave it on for at least four hours.

The medicinal gentian also helps
  • It is best to prepare the infusion in a water bath. Spoon of gentian root is poured with 200 ml of water and used as a linen coating. From flower and leaf of gentian you can make a cure for indoor use, and the quantity is 25 g of herbs to a cup of boiling water.

Dose is 50-60 ml three times a day, after meals. This tea for cysts in the breast should not be used by people with high blood pressure, or peptic ulcers.

Widow’s-thrill and honey are a perfect combination
  • Leaves of widow’s-thrill grind in meat grinder and mix with the same amounts of honey. Store in a glass jar in the refrigerator. Take a teaspoon of balm in the morning on an empty stomach for a month or two.

In addition to widow’s-thrill can be used with extraordinary aloe.

Linseed relieves pain
  • Linseed is perfect for all women ills. If you have cysts on the breasts, every morning, take 3-4 tablespoons of ground seeds or twice a day a teaspoon of flaxseed oil (cold pressed)

Calendula (marigold), nettle and yarrow
  • Mix 100 grams of marigold, yarrow and nettle, then 3 tablespoons of mixture pour with a litre of boiling water and leave it covered to stand for thirty minutes. Strain and drink during the day, slowly sips.

The undisputed sage tea
  • Mix equal parts of sage, lemon balm, mint and St. John's wort, and a spoon of mixture pour with 2 dl of just boiling water and let it sit covered for half an hour. Strain and drink two cups of tea a day.

This tea for breast cysts is recommended by a modern phytotherapy.

Olive oil, lemon and aloe
  • Mix 3 teaspoons of cold pressed olive oil, the juice of half a lemon and three tablespoons of juice from aloe. It is taken on an empty stomach for six months.

Medicinal mushrooms chaga relieves twinge in breast

Chaga is a known parasitic fungus that grows on birch; it looks like a kind of burnt, rough bark. It is very effective against symptoms caused by stress, which is the cause of many diseases today.

This fungus with birch has phenomenal anti-inflammatory and anti-tumour medicinal properties and can be successfully used in the treatment of many malignant diseases, but also as a natural cure for breast cysts.

How to prepare a beverage from chaga
  • The cure for breast cysts is made with the 200 g of dried and chopped mushrooms which are poured by a litre of boiling water and allowed to stand for six to eight hours. Thereafter it is filtrated, and the fungus is once again thoroughly ground and mixed with the filtered liquid. All is heated to a boiling point (do not allow it to boil), cover it but leave it to stand for half an hour. Pour into a thermos and leave it to stand for two days. Finally, strain and take it three times a day before meals (100 ml of beverage).

The medicinal tincture with chaga

Pour 100 g of dry chaga with a litre of vodka and let it stand for 15 days in a dark and sheltered place. Strain and take three times a day one teaspoon of tincture, twenty minutes before a meal. Treatment of breast cysts lasts from one to two months.