Natural home remedies for ovarian cysts have two top contenders; proteolytic enzymes and evening primrose oil. Both have excellent track records for helping with this condition.
Proteolytic Enzymes break down proteins that are damaged, attached to a dead organism, or do not belong in the body. That’s a very simplified way of looking at it, but it’ll suffice for now. If you want to research it a bit, which I would encourage you to do, it’s an interesting subject and it will help you understand how they may help. A cyst is basically composed of damaged proteins. By consuming proteolytic enzymes on an empty stomach, the proteases to into your bloodstream and digest non-healthy proteins. At this point, they follow the same intelligence that your immune system follows. That is to say, they’ll go where they are needed most.
Evening Primrose Oil helps to balance hormones. Since cyst formation is strongly related to this, balancing them is in your best interests. I’ve seen women take high quality Evening Primrose Oil and achieve impressive results with overall health, especially as pertains to glandular support.
The combination of the two achieves impressive results, usually after about 3-4 months. As with all natural healing, it’s a process. It takes a while for cysts to form, it takes time to re-balance as well.
There are two specific Proteolytic Enzyme formulas that I like. The first is Zymactive Double Strength by the Canadian company Natural Factors. The second is Virastop 2X by Enzymedica.
For Evening Primrose Oil, go with any quality brand. Some of my favorites are Blue Bonnet, Nature’s Plus, Natural Factors, and Barleans. All excellent brands from which I’ve seen good results.
Take the Proteolytic Enzymes at max. recommended dose or as suggested by a trusted natural health practitioner. The Evening Primrose Oil is most effective if you take 3-4 softgels (at 1000 mg. each) daily.
At the same time you consider these natural home remedies for ovarian cysts, I would highly suggest looking at your diet as well. Cysts happen for a reason and it would be a good idea to figure out what you may be doing or not doing that could have contributed to it. As a starter, look at sources of xeno-estrogens in your diet. These include inorganic milk and milk products, inorganic eggs, and foods that are high in chemical pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. Your best bet is to go organic whenever possible. Inorganic dairy products in particular are typically high in estrogen like compounds that throw your own hormones out of balance.