Say Goodbye to Breast Cysts Using These 3 Natural Remedies

Breast cysts are benign formations in the breast that are full of fluid and can appear as multiple sacks or just single ones. They are most common in women over 30 to 60 years old.

The main risk factor as to why these cysts appear is the hormones. That is why this issue happens to premenopausal women, postmenopausal women and women on hormone replacement therapy. Other factors include excessive amounts of alcohol, caffeine and a vitamin D deficiency and all these things mean diet.

There are two ways to treat this issue and the most invasive one is surgical removal which is not always recommended. The second one is draining the cyst although it may be just temporary since a cyst can refill again on its own after some time.

Another alternative option as opposed to these two is to try to beat this condition on your own using all natural remedies. Here are some of the most effective remedies and recipes you can use:

  1. Wheat Juice


  • Ice cube container
  • Water
  • Fresh green whet leaves


Take big bunch of fresh green wheat leaves and grind them well in order to extract the juice. Pour the extracted wheat juice into ice cube containers and freeze them. Use 1 ice cube in one cup of water and drink that solution every morning for about 3 months for best results.

Green wheat is packed with amino acids, minerals and essential vitamins and can successfully remove breast, ovary and kidney cysts.

  1. Mixed Tea


  • Mint
  • Mistletoe
  • Elderberry
  • Yarrow
  • Calendula
  • Water


Bring the water to a boil and mix in all the ingredients. Drink this tea on a daily basis and remember that this remedy may take a longer time to show results, but when it does it is worth it.

Other than that is a very delicious tea concoction and can give you other health benefits too. It can boost your immune system and even prevent tumor growth. The recommended dose of this tea is 1L a day and it can also reduce the levels of anxiety and stress and calm your body.

  1. Houseleek


  • 300g of houseleek leaves
  • 300g raw honey


Wash the houseleek leaves and grind them very well until they resemble a paste like texture. Mix this paste with the honey and put it in a glass container. It should be stored in the fridge and the recommended dose is 1 teaspoon three times a day, before breakfast, before lunch and before bed. Stir the mixture every time you consume this remedy.

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