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The Endo Warrior’s Natural Therapy Toolkit

7 Holistic Ways to Reduce Symptoms and Find Balance

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Do you feel like you’re constantly fighting a battle with your uterus?

Over 190 million people struggle with the fluctuating pain, bloating, digestive upset, and uncertainty of endometriosis every month (or every day, in some cases). 

If you’re one of them, conventional treatments like birth control pills, painkillers, or even more drastic measures such as hysterectomy may seem like your only options. While these treatments can offer relief, they also often come with a host of side effects that feel just as frustrating as the condition itself.

So, it’s no wonder that more and more endo warriors like you are looking for alternatives – holistic methods to ease the pain and manage symptoms that align more closely with our bodies’ natural rhythms and needs. 

The good news is that there are other ways to address the pain and restore your healthy menstrual balance. Let’s explore 7 of these natural therapies and self-care practices to create your symptom relief toolkit!

Healing Endometriosis: Why Take a Natural Approach?

Endometriosis is a chronic condition where tissue similar to the lining inside the uterus (also called the endometrium) starts to grow outside the uterus. This abnormal growth can occur on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, the outer surface of the uterus, intestines, and other organs in the pelvic region. 

Unlike the endometrial tissue inside the uterus that sheds during a menstrual cycle, the tissue outside the uterus has no way to exit the body. As it, too, fluctuates with the natural shifts in your menstrual cycle and hormones, it can cause inflammation, pain, and scar tissue.

The most common symptoms are severe menstrual cramps, chronic pelvic pain, pain during or after sexual intercourse, and infertility. Endometriosis can also cause gastrointestinal and urinary symptoms, depending on where this abnormal tissue grows. 

Endometriosis symptoms can range from mild discomfort to debilitating pain. To help, many people seek conventional treatments like pain medications or birth control. While effective for some, these don’t always hit the mark – and can even complicate issues with a host of side effects. 

Birth control, for example, is commonly prescribed to manage symptoms, yet it merely masks them without addressing the underlying issue. Surgical options like hysterectomy may stop the pain for good, but are drastic measures that can often be avoided. 

Natural and holistic therapies work with the body, rather than against it. Instead of masking symptoms or using invasive techniques, these therapies can help restore natural hormone balance, menstrual regularity, and relieve the source of pain.


At Moringa Natural Health, we provide comprehensive guidance and support for your health and wellness journey. Specializing in a holistic approach to conditions like endometriosis, we offer everything from detoxification to custom diet plans and hormone balancing strategies. Our focus is on understanding and working with your unique biological makeup to craft an individualized health plan. Eager to explore these options? Schedule a free consultation with Dr. Fernandez today!


7 Natural Therapies & Remedies to Add to Your Endo Toolkit

Every endo experience is unique – which is why we’re sharing a range of potential therapeutic options to try. In most cases, a combination of lifestyle change, diet, and restorative therapies offers a well-rounded strategy to fight back against endometriosis. Here are just a few of the natural options to add to your endometriosis relief toolkit:

  1. Hormone-Healthy Nutrition
    Eating a healthy diet is crucial for managing any condition – including endometriosis. Anti-inflammatory foods, omega-3-rich foods, hormone-balancing foods, and plenty of fruits and vegetables are must-haves for your daily meal plan, as they can help curb inflammation and support your overall health. You’ll also want to reduce your intake of processed foods, red meat, and dairy to keep inflammation and imbalances at bay.

    If you struggle to get the nutrients you need, or are confused about what type of diet would work best for you, we can help! Moringa Natural Health Center offers personalized, comprehensive diet support and IV nutrition therapy to help you prioritize the nutrients you need for your unique situation. 
  2. Herbal Medicine and Supplements
    Tired of taking pain meds or birth control to manage your symptoms? Herbal remedies and supplements can offer a more natural route to well-being. From anti-inflammatory herbs like turmeric to hormone-balancing supplements such as Vitex, these natural remedies support the body’s healing processes, reduce pain, and even help regulate menstrual cycles. But, knowing which herbs are best for your body’s needs isn’t always easy to determine. Schedule a consultation to find the best herb and supplement plan for you. 
  3. Acupuncture 
    Acupuncture is one of the most effective natural therapies for reducing pain, stress, and other symptoms. For endo warriors, acupuncture can be particularly beneficial in managing pain and reducing inflammation. It works by targeting specific points on the body to stimulate healing, balance hormones, reduce pain, and encourage menstrual regularity. 
  4. Abdominal and Pelvic Massage Endometriosis symptoms are triggered by adhesions and poor circulation in the pelvis and abdomen. Abdominal massage works by gently stimulating the organs and tissues in the abdominal area, promoting blood flow, and reducing congestion. This can be particularly beneficial for endometriosis sufferers, as it also helps to break up adhesions and decrease pain. While it’s best to seek a trained professional for regular sessions, you can also learn some of the massage techniques to practice at home
  5. Bio-identical Hormone Therapy
    Unlike conventional hormone replacement, bio-identical hormone therapy uses hormones that are chemically identical to those our bodies produce naturally. While it is often a go-to natural therapy for women in menopause, it can also be a game changer for endo warriors. That’s because bio-identical hormone therapy restores the body’s natural hormone levels to significantly reduce symptoms like pain and inflammation, offering a more gentle and targeted approach to hormone regulation.
  6. Yoga
    Yoga combines physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation to promote physical and mental wellbeing. But it’s not just for a calm mind and flexible body! For those with endometriosis, specific yoga poses can help alleviate pelvic pain by stretching and strengthening the muscles in the pelvic area, improving circulation, and reducing inflammation. Yoga also encourages relaxation and stress reduction, which can be particularly beneficial considering that stress can exacerbate endometriosis symptoms. To get started, check out these best yoga poses for endometriosis, or try this endometriosis pain-relieving sequence
  7. Meditation
    You may have tried meditation to reduce stress or improve your mind-body connection. But did you know that meditation can also help you manage endo pain better? Mindfulness meditation can lead to changes in the brain that enhance pain tolerance and promote a sense of peace and wellbeing. Any type of meditation you enjoy can help (including breathing exercises, walking meditation, or visualization), or try this guided session specifically designed to help with endometriosis. 

At Moringa Natural Health, we provide comprehensive guidance and support for your health and wellness journey. Specializing in a holistic approach to conditions like endometriosis, we offer everything from detoxification to custom diet plans and hormone balancing strategies. Our focus is on understanding and working with your unique biological makeup to craft an individualized health plan. Eager to explore these options? Schedule a free consultation with Dr. Fernandez today!


Find Relief – and Balance – at Moringa Natural Health Center 

It’s no surprise endo warriors are tough. Many women live through the excruciating pain, fatigue, digestive distress, and other issues, all while keeping up with their daily life. But with help from these and other natural therapies, you don’t have to suffer the symptoms forever. 

Like many health issues, endometriosis is a sign your body is out of balance. At Moringa Natural Health Center, we help you restore your health by bringing you back to balance. 

Request an appointment or call our office at 623-266-0059 to learn more about how we can help you overcome endometriosis and live free from pain, naturally.

Much love, 

Dr. Lena Fernandez

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