Homeopathic way to get rid of fibroids

Fibroids, also known as myomas, leiomyomas or uterine fibroids, are muscle tumours most commonly located in the uterus. Fibroids are most common in women, especially during pregnancy, and they can be extremely uncomfortable. Homeopathic treatments for these tumours can prove to be quite effective. In fact, you may only need homeopathic treatment in order to regain your health rather than removing fibroids through a surgery known as a hysterectomy.

Silicea and Myrristica Sebifera

Silicea simulates a "homeopathical scalpel" when used to get rid of fibroids. When Silicea is teamed with Myrristica Sebifera, you can get rid of those fibroids in no time. Myrristica Sebifera serves as a "homeopathic knife" in the process. When both of these remedies are put together, they work to detach the fibroids from the lining of the uterus, which will result in the fibroids literally just falling away.

Take the latter two remedies after a remedy called Hepar Sulphuris Calcarea. Hepar Sulphuris Calcarea speeds up the growth process of the fibroids. Followed by the other two remedies together---Silicea and Myrristica Sebifera---you can get rid of the fibroids much faster.

Aurum Muriaticum Metallicum

Aurum Muriaticum Metallicum is known to be a specific remedy for tumours and growths in the uterus. To dissolve fibroids, take a dose of 4X of this remedy. This remedy also alleviates the hardened uterus and cervix, pus and boils in the uterus, enlarged uterus, and chronical inflammation of the uterus. However, this remedy can and should only be taken in a low potency. This may well be one of the most powerful remedies out there for treating uterine fibroids.


The remedy Thuja can be consumed in two different potencies; take a dose of 30C, a medium potency, over the course of five days, three times daily, or take 200C of Thuja only once, which is a higher potency. After these two remedies are taken, wait a period of 14 days and then repeat again. Using these two potencies of Thuja together, the tumour will stop growing.

Anti-Hormonal Agents

There are certain drugs, such as progestin and Danazol, that oppose oestrogen. These two drugs can be effective when used to treat uterine fibroids. Use Anti-progestins to treat fibroids as well. Anti-progestins block the action of progesterone and can be quite effective.

Gonadotrophin-Releasing Hormone Agonists (GnRH-Agonists)

At times, this agent is used to shrink the uterine fibroids for future surgery. Shrinking the fibroids makes the surgery process much easier if it is needed. This particular approach also lowers the levels of oestrogen in the body, signalling and triggering the body into what is known as a "medical menopause."

Homeopathic Dosages

Lower potencies range from 3x to12c dilutions. Medium potencies are generally 30x or 30c, and anything over 30c are the higher potencies. Typically, the potency of the medicine increases as the number of dilutions increase. It's best to start with the lower potencies and work your way up. When in doubt, make an appointment with your local homeopathic or natural health practitioner to find the most suitable treatment. As a precaution, however, see your medical doctor before taking any homeopathic medicines to prevent unintended interactions or side effects with other prescription medicines or over-the-counter drugs. Also, notify your physician if you're pregnant or nursing.

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Robin Reichert is a certified nutrition consultant, certified personal trainer and professional writer. She has been studying health and fitness issues for more than 10 years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of San Francisco and a Master of Science in natural health from Clayton College.