What are cysts?
A cyst is a pouch or sac with a membrane around it and no real opening. It is usually filled with fluid or some kind of matter and can develop in an organ or in any body cavity. It can also be filled with hardened material.
Some health professionals believe that some cysts can be caused by free radical calcium or an imbalance of minerals in the body. Fibrin can be another cause when it coagulates forming cysts or tumours. Realistically though there can be many reasons why cysts form.
What can you do if you have cysts?
From the Chinese medical perspective, a localised accumulation of fluid or a growth of soft (fatty) tissue, as occurs with cysts, is a type of phlegm accumulation disorder. The Chinese medical concept of phlegm (“tan”) crops up repeatedly. It is important in considerations of lung and sinus congestion, it shows up as one of the possible syndromes in cases of arthritis and autonomic nerve disorders, and it is a dominant concern in relation to obesity, in soft swellings of the lymph nodes, skin, and thyroid, and in atherosclerosis.
Cysts fit into the broad category of phlegm disorders and differ from some of the other phlegm disorders that involve swellings, such as those of the lymph nodes, skin, and thyroid, primarily by location-deep in the lower abdomen.
According to the traditional view, the main reason for accumulation of fluids, including phlegm, in the lower body is failure of the kidney to “steam” the water upward. Black Walnut has long been an herb used in the natural treatment of cysts, as has mullein. Other useful foods and herbs are apple cider vinegar and honey.
Detoxes and cleanses are also important in terms of ridding the body of mucus, Candida, polyps etc and these also can be administered by a trained natural therapist. It is also important to remember to keep up the level of antioxidants, vitamins — specifically vitamin C, Iodine and Potassium — and to take natural supplements to adjust any deficiencies in the body.
Cystease contains: Peony, Angelica, Salvia, Iodine, Black Walnut, Calendula and Elderberry in alcohol.
Suggested Usage: Hold one squirt under the tongue for 10-20 minutes once or twice daily or diluted in water.
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