Green Tea Extract Reduces Size and Symptoms of Uterine Myomas

Do you have myomas or know a woman who does? We recently talked about some natural treatments for myoma here on the channel. Did you watch it?

Myoma is a relatively common issue that doesn't have any serious implications. However, it does cause some discomforts and worries.

Although it is a tumor, myomas are benign and develop during fertile age, causing excessive bleeding or compressing the surrounding structures, especially the bladder. Women who never had children, obese, and with a family history of myomas can have a predisposition for its appearance. Did you know that?

To treat myomas, it is essential to talk to a gynecologist. The treatment is usually done with medications. However, some cases may require surgical intervention to remove the tumor.

Besides the treatment prescribed by a professional, recent research suggest that EGCG, the extract of green tea, can reduce myomas. Did you know that?

Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is one of the main natural chemicals found in green tea and, according to the researchers, can reduce the growth of myomas.

EGCG has many helpful biological effects, such as anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, and also antioxidant.

A study conducted by the USDA informed that green tea has potential effects against many human cancer cells.

The use of EGCG as a nutritional supplement reduces the size of uterine myomas and improves the clinical symptoms related to myomas in women, resulting in a significant improvement in quality of life. Isn't it amazing?

If you have myomas, talk to your doctor about it. If you do this treatment, share your opinions with us.

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