You might be a female and you might not have heard of endometriosis. This is because it affects about 11% of females, so chances are high that your uterus is intact!
Endometriosis often takes place in the pelvic region or one of its surrounding spaces like the bladder, vagina, rectum etcetera. It’s an estrogen-dependent inflammatory condition where uterine tissue forms elsewhere in their body instead – mainly somewhere inside the pelvic area near to ovaries and fallopian tubes but can grow anywhere from outside areas such as skin cells related to menstruation (aka “period”), bowel lining tissues during pregnancy/labor (constipation), lymph nodes associated with cancerous growths… The word ‘endo’ means ‘inside’.
The worst thing about having endometriosis is the pain. You’re constantly in agony, making it difficult to live a normal life and do your everyday activities like going to work or school. The inflammation caused by extra tissue also impacts fertility since estrogens have been linked with infertility as well as digestive problems due to an inability for people who suffer from this condition’s estrogen receptors are all over their tissues which can lead them not being able to properly digest food at times because of how much they produce hormones that could cause different reactions on digestion
If you have endometriosis, it is best to stock up on peppermint tea. It’s been proven that the active ingredient menthol, found in this plant will both reduce pain and shorten out those cramps!
A cold chill runs down your spine as you take a long whiff of the peppermint. The coolness helps to relax tense muscles and soothe back pain, muscle spasms, cramps, or headaches caused by tension in those areas.
The feeling is refreshing on these warm summer days when it can be hard to find relief from all the heat!
This is why we always drink raspberry leaf tea during my cycle. It regulates the flow, it’s packed with antioxidants to fight free radicals and boost immunity because of its high vitamin C content, and it has been used for centuries in traditional medicine as a natural remedy for pain relief!