Friday, February 13, 2009

Endometriosis and Flower Plants--Coriander

As we mentioned in other articles, endometriosis growing somewhere else other than the endometrium also reacts to hormonal signals of the monthly menstrual cycle by building up tissue, breaking it, and eliminating it through the menstrual period. As we know flower plants--coriander contains variety of substances that are important to women with endometriosis. In this article, we will discuss how coriander helps to treat endometriosis.

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I. Definition
Coriander also known as cilantro, it is a flower plant belongs to the family Apiaceae and native to southwestern Asia and North west Africa. It has been used in traditional medicine for the relief of anxiety and insomnia.

II. How coriander effects women with endometriosis
1. Anxiolytic
It is an antianxiety agent, it helps to reduce the tension of nervous system that causes anxiety for women with endometriosis caused by emotional and physical stress.

2. Antioxidant
Coriander contains high amount of vitamin A. Besides helping to decrease the risk of heavy bleeding for women with endometriosis but also helps to increase the immune system infighting against abnormal cell growth resulting in endometrial implants and adhesion, tumor and cancer.

3. Abnormal bleeding
Vitamin C in the coriander not only improve the digestive system in absorbing the vital nutrients, it also helps to make the capillaries wall more elastic resulting in lessening the breaking off of the small veins in the abdominal region thus decreasing the risk of abnormal bleeding for women with endometriosis.

4. Phenylthiocarbamide
The chemical phenylthiocarbamide in the coriander is said to reduce the yang qi caused by heat in the blood in Chinese medicine resulting in balancing the ying and yang qi which causes hormone imbalance including the relationship between estrogen and progesterone.

Since endometriosis is treatable and manageable by natural remedies and a self help course, if you have endometroisis, please look on the bright side.

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The leaves of coriander are a familiar culinary herb and its seeds were combined with cumin and vinegar and used as a preservative for meat by the Romans as long as 2 000 years ago. The pretty, lacy, mauvish-white flowers can be added to salads, stir-fries, fruit salads and stewed frui