Ginger is a strong anti-inflammatory herb that reduces inflammation and relieves menstrual cramps. It also relieves the nausea that can occur with endometriosis. Plus, it plays a major role in clearing the liver of excess toxins.
- Boil one tablespoon of grated ginger root in two cups of water for 10 minutes. Strain, add honey and drink two or three cups of this herbal tea daily.
- You can even chew fresh ginger pieces several times a day to recover quickly.
Chamomile has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce inflammation as well as swelling often associated with endometriosis. It also acts as a natural diuretic to help flush out the bladder.
- Steep two teaspoons of dried chamomile in a cup of hot water for five minutes. Strain, add a little honey and drink the tea. Drink two to three cups of chamomile tea daily until you feel better.
- You can also take chamomile in the form of capsules or tincture, but only after consulting a doctor.