Herbs For Cysts

Cysts usually result from stagnant energy where toxins in the blood build. Blood cleansing is the best remedy for cysts: I have seen plenty of tumors and cysts disappear with the use of herbal blood cleanser.

Cysts are benign growth caused by an excess growth of fat cells created by internal toxicity and infection. You should not only use herbs to help melt the cysts, but also use digestive herbs and enzymes to assist your body in breaking down fats. Let's take a look at a well-known herb that has a reputation as a cyst dissolver.

Pau d'arco (Tabebuia avellanedae) (pronounced paw dee-arc-oh) and also commonly reffered to as Taheebo tea, is the bark of a tropical tree found mostly in Brazil and Argentina. The tree is known for its ability to resist fungus growth even though it exists in a tropical (and, thus, idea for fungus) area.

Used by the Inca Indians as an immunity toxic, pau d'arco has served many well in fighting cancer and melting tumors. Pau d'arco also has antioxidant properties that work to fight free radical scavengers in the body. It has been used to fight lung, prostate, and colon cancer, and is believe to increase red blood cell production and decrease blood sugar.

One particular client of mine had a cyst on her right leg for 14 years. In fact, she had it for so long that is was like a cyst-ter to her (groan). Anyway, after only on an herbal program that included two cups of pau d'arco tea daily, four burdock root capsules, six red clover capsules, and two cascara sagrada at bedtime, she claimed her cyst completely disappeared. It has been several years now and the cyst has not returned.

Other blood-cleansing herbs include red clover tops and burdock root; when taken together, these make a great blood-cleansing tonic. Other useful supplements include reishi musthroom, shark cartilage, Essiac formula (especially for cancerous cysts), and vitamins A, D, and E.

Working from the outside in, the external application of an ointment or poultice made from chaparral herb, lobelia, comfrey leaf, golden seal root, plantain root, red clover herb, mullein herb, marshmallow root, chickweed herb, and myrrh gum in a base of olive oil, beeswax, pine tar, and vitamin E oil has proven helpful.

Because most cysts are the result of stagnant energy, moving energy with therapies such as reflexology, acupuncture, or acupressure may help get your energy un-stuck and flowing smoothly again. Daily dry skin brushing will also improve circulation and stimulate lymph flow.