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Liver Diseases | Endometriosis Part 179 -eednometriosis And Chemical Cells Salt …

I. Definition
Natrium phophoricum is also known as sodium phosphate with the chemical structure of Na2HPO412H2O). It has been used in homeopathic medicine in neutralizing acid.

II. How natrium phophoricum (sodium phosphate, Na2HPO412H2O) effects women with endometriosis
1. Endometrial cramps
Natrium phophoricum helps the liver in fatty acids metabolism, thereby balancing the levels of prostaglandins hormone during menstrual cycle that reduces tension of over active uterine muscle leading to lesson of menstrual cramps.

2. Food and sugar craving
Natrium phophorium helps to regulate the levels of insulin in the digestive system, by strengthening the carbohydrate metabolism of the liver. If the levels of insulin is high and without aiding from the liver, it causes sugar and food craving.

3. Vitamins and minerals
It also helps to improve the function of digestive system, thereby helping the absorption of vitamins and minerals that are vital for women with endometriosis.

4. Improve circulatory system
By increasing function of liver, it helps reduce symptoms of liver diseases and increase the production of good cholesterol to bind the bad cholesterol in the arteries, thereby increasing the blood circulation that is necessary to reduce heavy blood flow and cramps during menstruation.

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

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By: Kyle Norton

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