Beat cysts on breast plants

Breast cysts are very common, and in the United States they are considered almost epidemiological. Today we reveal to you how to fight breast cysts with plants and nature.

Breast cysts, cystic myopathy and fibrocystic breast disease are very common diseases and suffer from them in large numbers around the world, and one of the main reasons for their occurrence is the increasing stress to which we are exposed every day.

Cysts in the breast can be of different sizes and usually feel like lumps under the fingers that scare most women and they suspect malignancy.


Cysts are actually bags filled with water that change their shape and size during the menstrual cycle. They are mostly soft to the touch, smooth and mobile, but if the cysts are quite filled with water, they can also be firm to the touch.

The size of cysts varies during the menstrual cycle and can increase noticeably just before the start of menstruation. Some may even appear overnight.

Cysts can occur in groups or individually, and usually a simple ultrasound examination determines whether it is a solid or watery cyst.

Since cysts are benign, in most cases, surgery is not recommended to remove them because they generally cannot have a bad effect on health, and if they are larger and painful, then drainage removes excess fluid, and this process is as painful as drawing blood.

Natural healing

Changes in life habits can greatly affect the complete elimination and alleviation of cyst symptoms if the breasts are sensitive and painful because of them. Women who are prone to breast cysts should:

  • Avoid caffeinated beverages (except green tea)
  • They avoid alcohol
  • Avoid hot food or drinks from plastic containers
  • They take probiotics regularly because they eliminate the passage of estrogen
  • Avoid unfermented soy products such as tofu, soy milk and soy protein
  • They take in enough fiber
  • They increase the intake of cabbage and broccoli
  • They take care of the good work of digestion
  • They take vitamin D supplements

One of the main supplements that should not be left out is iodine, to which breast tissue is very sensitive, and 50 mg a day is quite a sufficient dose.

Tea against breast cysts


Dr. Ksenija Krajina Pokupec is one of the leading phytotherapists in Croatia who has been dealing with and studying the influence of plants on various health conditions for many years. On the blog he runs called The Cup of Tea within the site naturally we found her tea blend that she designed to treat breast cysts.

For cysts and fibriadenomas on the breast, etc. Krajina Prokupec recommends tea from a mixture of mint, elderberry, mistletoe, calendula and hajduk herbs equally because they are very strong immune plants that prevent tumor growth and reduce inflammation. Also, vrkuta is recommended, which is believed to have a preventive effect on the development of breast cancer.

With this therapy, you should be patient and drink one liter of tea a day for six months. The diet should be light, and dairy products and beer should be completely eliminated.

Regardless of the use of breast therapy, examine in detail during each shower and monitor changes in cysts. The most important thing, says Dr. Ksenija, don’t panic and don’t think that cysts will turn into cancer because fear will not bring you anything good.

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