Endometriosis

All the essentials and supplements to help you manage and support your endometriosis, as recommended by our in-house nutritionist, Jess. Our range includes everything from organic vitamins and herbal supplements to aromatherapy products for endometriosis

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a gynaecological disorder where tissue similar to the lining of your womb grows in other places, such as the fallopian tubes or ovaries. It can be painful and is a long term condition. While there is no cure, the symptoms of endometriosis can be managed, including with natural remedies.

What helps relieve endometriosis pain naturally?

There are a number of natural remedies for endometriosis, as well as supplements that can help to relieve endometriosis pain by controlling inflammation and relaxing your muscles. One method for relieving endometriosis pain naturally is by bathing using bath salts; a relaxing bath, with these added minerals, can do wonders for aches and pains. You could also try herbal supplements that fight inflammation, such as turmeric.

Can diet and exercise help endometriosis?

As with many health concerns, a healthy diet and exercise routine can help you to manage the symptoms of endometriosis. Exercise, for example, can reduce oestrogen levels and balance your hormones, as well as releasing endorphins which make you feel much better. Alongside conventional methods of treatment, diet and exercise is an important component in the holistic treatment for endometriosis.

What herbs and vitamins are good for endometriosis?

A number of different vitamins and herbs are good for endometriosis. Natural herbs for endometriosis include Ashwagandha (which can help to significantly reduce stress), turmeric (which can ease the discomfort associated with inflammation) and minerals like Zinc (which offers antioxidant benefits and supports tissue repair). Alongside these, magnesium is often recommended due to its ability to reduce cramping.