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EndoClear

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Endoclear contains herbs scientifically proven – by doctors, scientists and medical researchers – to clear endometrial growths, and reduce the symptoms of endometriosis.

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Benefits

EndoClear Is Designed To:

  • Balance estrogen levels - estrogen causes endometriosis symptoms to worsen

  • Give fast relief from the symptoms of endometriosis and is scientifically proven to decrease the symptoms of PMS in 93% of women

  • Relax the smooth muscle tissue of the uterus, and reduce uterine spasms and cramping

  • Inhibit endometrial growths from forming, and help to keep existing endometrial growths under control

  • Reduce inflammation and pain

  • Boost the immune system and reduce infection, assisting the white blood cells to get rid of stray endometrial cells

  • Reduce infection and increase the functioning

  • Reduce excess bleeding and reduce ruptures of endometrial growths, and controls bleeding and spotting in between periods

  • Reduce the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome

  • Help to control stress and anxiet

  • Boost energy levels

Ingredients

chasteberry

Chasteberry has been used for centuries in Western and Chinese Medicine to treat gynaecological conditions, including endometriosis.  Combined with Dong Quai it makes a powerful treatment for balancing hormones and reducing the pain of endometriosis.  When Chasteberry is combined with Wild Yam it relaxes the uterus, reducing cramps and spasms.

It’s approved by the German Commission E for family physicians and gynecologists to use for menstrual conditions.  In fact, a German study reported that 52% of women taking this herbs reported a complete reduction in symptoms.  Another German study reported 93% of women noticing a significant decrease in PMS symptoms.

Chasteberry is rich in essential oils and flavinoids.  It works by stimulating the body to decrease estrogen levels and increase progesterone levels, leading to decreased occurrences in endometriosis.

dong quai

Dong Quai is also used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat female reproductive health complaints, including endometriosis, fibroids, PMS and infertility.

A Taiwan medical study found that Dong Quai inhibited tumor growth by 30%.  Chinese Researchers found that the polysaccharides in Dong Quai improved the immune system by activating the T cells.

NYU School of Medicine found that the water-soluble components in Dong Quai had an anti inflammatory and antibacterial effect.

The Fourth Military Medical University in China found that Dong Quai prevented the blood cells from clumping together and improved the circulation of blood.

wild yam

Wild Yam has been used in the West since the 18th century to treat menstrual cramps and other gynaecological condition such as endometriosis.  It is rich in diosgenin, a substance used by the body to create progesterone.

Wild Yam is effective for balancing estrogen levels, and researchers in Taiwan found that its phytoestrogens (a weak form of plant estrogen) bind to estrogen receptors in the body, replacing the stronger and more dangerous forms of estrogen such as xenoestrogens. 

Psychiatrists in China reported that Wild Yam reduces anxiety levels, and its anti inflammatory and anti spasmodic effects are excellent for maintaining uterine health.   When combined with Chasteberry and Cramp bark, Wild Yam is a powerful natural remedy for immediate relief from endo symptoms.

cramp bark

Cramp bark has been used for hundreds of years by Native Americans to treat pains and muscular cramping in the body.  It is used to relax muscles, and is particularly effective on the smooth muscle cells of the uterus.

It also has anti-inflammatory effects and calms and soothes the nerves, reduces excess bleeding and provides great relief for dysmenorrhea.

It also has wonderful effects on irritable bowel syndrome and researchers at Lviv National Medical University, Ukraine found that it was an effective treatment for gastrointestinal damage.

ginger

Ginger has been used for thousands of years in Chinese Medicine to reduce nausea, reduce pain, treat digestive complaints and to boost energy levels.  It has been effectively used in India to improve allergic response, due to its anti inflammatory effects.

Doctors in Bangkok found that Ginger reduced nausea and vomiting in pregnant patients, while Scientists in Pakistan found that Ginger enhanced the travel of food through the intestine. 

It is also good for preventing endometrial growths, as Doctors at the China Medical University, Taiwan proved that Ginger prevented blood cells from aggregating.  Researchers at Seoul National University also found that the gingerol and vanilloids in ginger had anti-tumor properties.

echinacea

Echinacea helps combat endometriosis by boosting the immune system, helping the body to get rid of stray endometrial cells, and by reducing inflammation and infections associated with endometriosis.

Echinacea works by enhancing immune response, encouraging the white blood cells to destroy foreign substances.  Australian researchers found it is also a powerful antioxidant.

The beneficial effects of Echinacea on the immune system are well documented; one study carried out at Karl Franzens University,  Austria demonstrated the effect the herb had on the innate and adaptive immune system.  Research at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland, Oregon also confirms this fact.

Echinacea is used to improve conditions caused by imbalances in the immune system.  The University of Marche in Italy found the herb effective and safe for treating patients suffering from an autoimmune condition.

golenseal

Goldenseal has been used for hundreds of years by Native Americans for its anti bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

It is particularly useful in endometriosis as it relaxes the uterine muscles, helps to reduce excessive bleeding, including bleeding in between periods, hemorrhages, and ruptures of endometrial growths.

Its anti-bacterial effects were documented by the University of Illionois, and the berberine in Goldenseal, along with Echinacea are both effective for clearing the body of infections and inflammations that cause painful endometriosis symptoms.

calendula flower

Calendula Flower is very effective for boosting the immune system (especially when combined with Echinacea), repairing connective tissue, and improving the circulation of blood.  It is also a natural pain killer.

Calendula is used to treat wounds, and is rich in plant antioxidants which protect the body from the free radicals that damage cells.  It also has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral properties, which are very useful for keeping endometrial growths under control.

This is a great herb to have in any formula, as it improves the delivery of other herbs into the blood and lymphatic system, giving faster and more efficient benefits.

Supplement Facts

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Testimonials

5 Endo Agony Completely Gone

By Noor Galadari, Dubai, UAE

Every time I am in Europe I go to London to see Amina for EndoClear. Her herbal remedies worked really well for me when I was going through menopause and last time I was in London, I brought my daughter in law.

The doctors had diagnosed mild endometriosis but her periods were just terrible. I had never seen someone in so much agony every month. It just wasn’t natural. The herbal blend is working very well because she has not had any pain for months.

5 Lupron Made Me A Mess But My Endo Is Now Barely Noticable With Herbs

By Emily Veale, London UK

Medications were not an option for me, because I took Lupron last year and I was a complete mess. At the age of 32 I experienced hot flashes and severe mood swings (including inappropriate and uncontrollable public crying) and I was completely useless at work. I am an accountant and need to be accurate all the time. The drugs just wiped my memory and cognitive abilities.

Thankfully HR gave me A LOT of time off to recover. During this time I started looking for alternative ways to heal myself (and to overcome all the side effects.) I found Amina, who was a great listener, and provided herbal remedies which made a huge difference to my quality of life.

8 months on my endo is barely noticeable. Absolutely no symptoms whatsover. I would recommend this alternative route to anyone.

5 No More Painful Intercourse - And Now 6 Weeks Pregnant!

By Caroline Leak, Brighton UK

I’ve had endo for 8 years and have had contraceptives, lupron and surgery, which helped, but didn’t get rid of the problem in total.

I started seeing Amina a nine months ago for treatments and have noticed the change in my symptoms. No more bleeding or pain during sex, no more cramps, no more spotting in between periods, no more pain period!

Four months ago, I confided in Amina that I’d been longing to have a baby. She changed my forumla to one that enhances fertility and I’m now 6 weeks pregnant!

5 Severe Endo In Colon Much Improved

By Amy Quinn, Essex, UK

I had endo in my colon, which for years I thought was IBS. There were sooo many foods I couldn’t eat, because they would aggravate my bowels. As a result I felt weak and lethargic most days and even worse during my period.

It’s only been 7 weeks, but I feel the changes already. Digestion has improved and I’ve started to widen the range of foods I can eat. I have more energy and have started to exercise again.

Research
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Wienhard J, Tinneberg HR., Alternative treatment possibilities of complaints due to endometriosis, Zentralbl Gynakol. 2003 Jul-Aug;125(7-8):286-9.

Wang D, Wang Z, Yu C., Endometriosis treated by the method of resolving blood stasis to eliminate obstruction in the lower-jiao., J Tradit Chin Med. 1998 Mar;18(1):7-11.

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Fritz Wieser et al, Evolution of medical treatment for endometriosis: back to the roots?, Human Reproduction Update, doi:10.1093/humupd/dmm015

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Daniele C, Thompson Coon J, Pittler MH, Ernst E., Vitex agnus castus: a systematic review of adverse events., Drug Saf. 2005;28(4):319-32.

Schellenberg R., Treatment for the premenstrual syndrome with agnus castus fruit extract: prospective, randomised, placebo controlled study., BMJ. 2001 Jan 20;322(7279):134-7.

Berger D, Schaffner W, Schrader E, Meier B, Brattström A., Efficacy of Vitex agnus castus L. extract Ze 440 in patients with pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS)., Arch Gynecol Obstet. 2000 Nov;264(3):150-3.

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Lee WH, Jin JS, Tsai WC, Chen YT, Chang WL, Yao CW, Sheu LF, Chen A., Biological inhibitory effects of the Chinese herb danggui on brain astrocytoma., Pathobiology. 2006;73(3):141-8.

Yang TH, Jia M, Mei QB., Effect of Angelica sinensis polysaccharide fraction AP-3 on IL-2 and IFN-gamma induction, Yao Xue Xue Bao. 2006 Jan;41(1):54-7

Wang H, Li W, Li J, Rendon-Mitchell B, Ochani M, Ashok M, Yang L, Yang H, Tracey KJ, Wang P, Sama AE., The aqueous extract of a popular herbal nutrient supplement, Angelica sinensis, protects mice against lethal endotoxemia and sepsis., J Nutr. 2006 Feb;136(2):360-5.

Yang T, Jia M, Mei Q, Shang P., Effects of Angelica polysaccharide on blood coagulation and platelet aggregation, Zhong Yao Cai. 2002 May;25(5):344-5.

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Neri PG, Stagni E, Filippello M, Camillieri G, Giovannini A, Leggio GM, Drago F., Oral Echinacea purpurea extract in low-grade, steroid-dependent, autoimmune idiopathic uveitis: a pilot study., J Ocul Pharmacol Ther. 2006 Dec;22(6):431-6.

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Basch E, Ulbricht C, Basch S, Dalton S, Ernst E, Foppa I, Szapary P, Tiffany N, Orlando CW, Vora M, An evidence-based systemic review Echinacea E. angustifolia DC, E. pallida, E. purpurea by the Natural Standard Research Collaboration, J Herb Pharmacother. 2005;5(2):57-88

Goel V, Lovlin R, Chang C, Slama JV, Barton R, Gahler R, Bauer R, Goonewardene L, Basu TK., A proprietary extract from the echinacea plant (Echinacea purpurea) enhances systemic immune response during a common cold., 34: Phytother Res. 2005 Aug;19(8):689-94.

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Chittumma P, Kaewkiattikun K, Wiriyasiriwach B., Comparison of the effectiveness of ginger and vitamin B6 for treatment of nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy: a randomized double-blind controlled trial., J Med Assoc Thai. 2007 Jan;90(1):15-20.

Young HY, Liao JC, Chang YS, Luo YL, Lu MC, Peng WH., Synergistic effect of ginger and nifedipine on human platelet aggregation: a study in hypertensive patients and normal volunteers., Am J Chin Med. 2006;34(4):545-51.

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FAQs
  1. Does endoclear really work?
  2. I want to get pregnant, but I have endometriosis, should I take EndoClear or FertilPlus For Women
  3. What can I do to get pregnant if I have endometriosis?
  4. Can I combine EndoClear with the Fibroid Shrinking Kit since I still have endometrosis
  5. I am currently taking oral birth control pills, will there be any side effects with the endoclear
  6. How do I know when the endo clear is working, will there be a discharge?
  7. Can I take EndoClear while doing the blocked fallopian tube kit?
  8. I want to get pregnant. Should I stop taking EndoClear and start taking FertilPlus For Women?
  9. I was advised to take the body cleanse kit and enoclear, does this mean that I DO NOT have to use the fertilplus?
  10. Is it possible to became pregnant as a result of taking EndoClear?
  11. Will taking endoclear help me I have fibroids, cyst and endometriosis and one failed IVF and will it help me in getting pregnant?
  12. is it possiable to still take endoclear if you fall pregnant while taking it ?
  13. I am 44 years old with endomentriosis and desperately want to get pregnant. What would you recommend?
  14. Will endoclear and the massage could help unblock my partially blocked fallopian tube?
  15. I have both endometriosis and blocked tubes. I'd like to take endo clear first before the blocked tubes kit. How long should I take the endoclear for?
  16. Do the endoclear tables contain gelatin?
  17. How long will a bottle of endoclear last?
  1. Rating: +0

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    Does endoclear really work?

    Yes, EndoClear works, and we have many testimonials to demonstrate how it works for other women with endometriosis. Just click on the "testimonials" tab to find out more.

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    I want to get pregnant, but I have endometriosis, should I take EndoClear or FertilPlus For Women

    Our best solution for women with endometriosis who are trying to conceive is to take the Body Cleansing Kit and EndoClear at the same time.

    We've found that fertility improves once the endometriosis has cleared.

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    What can I do to get pregnant if I have endometriosis?

    Our best recommendation is to combine a 3-4 month supply of EndoClear with the Body Cleansing Kit and a 3-4 month supply of AlkaGreens Plus.

  4. Rating: +2

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    Can I combine EndoClear with the Fibroid Shrinking Kit since I still have endometrosis

    Yes, it's okay to combine EndoClear with the Fibroid Shrinking Kit if you have both endometriosis and fibroids.

  5. Rating: +1

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    I am currently taking oral birth control pills, will there be any side effects with the endoclear

    Please do not mix EndoClear with birth control pills without consulting your doctor.

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    How do I know when the endo clear is working, will there be a discharge?

    There will be no abnormal or unusual discharge. Most women know that EndoClear is working for them when they notice a reduction in symptoms.

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    Can I take EndoClear while doing the blocked fallopian tube kit?

    Yes, it's fine to take EndoClear alongside the blocked fallopian tube kit.

  8. Rating: +0

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    I want to get pregnant. Should I stop taking EndoClear and start taking FertilPlus For Women?

    No, we find that our customers with endometriosis get best results when they combine EndoClear with the Body Cleanse Kit, AlkaGreens Plus and AntioxiPlus, as these help to balance the hormones, shrink endometrial growths and boost the fertility of women with Endometriosis.

  9. Rating: +2

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    I was advised to take the body cleanse kit and enoclear, does this mean that I DO NOT have to use the fertilplus?

    If you have endometriosis and want to get pregnant, we recommend you focus on clearing the endometriosis first, as many women get pregnant after their endometriosis has cleared.

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    Is it possible to became pregnant as a result of taking EndoClear?

    Yes, EndoClear can help women with endometriosis to get pregnant, especially when its is combined with the Body Cleansing Kit and Ultra Nutrition Plus Kit.

  11. Rating: +1

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    Will taking endoclear help me I have fibroids, cyst and endometriosis and one failed IVF and will it help me in getting pregnant?

    EndoClear can help women with endometriosis to conceive, but if you have fibroids and cysts, you would most benefit from combining CystClear with our Body Cleanse Kit and AlkaGreens Plus, as this will help you ovulate, and the cleanse and AlkaGreens can help relieve the fibroids and endometriosis.

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    is it possiable to still take endoclear if you fall pregnant while taking it ?

    We do not recommend that you take EndoClear while pregnant, but our other product AlkaGreens Plus can be taken while pregnant.

  13. Rating: +1

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    I am 44 years old with endomentriosis and desperately want to get pregnant. What would you recommend?

    The following is appropriate for a Mature Mother with endometriosis:

    1 body cleanse kit
    3 or 4 month supply of EndoClear
    3 or 4 month supply of AlkaGreens Plus
    3 or 4 month supply of AntioxiPlus
    1 Quantum Relaxation CD

  14. Rating: +0

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    Will endoclear and the massage could help unblock my partially blocked fallopian tube?

    If endometriosis is blocking your fallopian tube, it can help. For best results, combine these with a Fertility Yoga, body cleanse, AlkaGreens Plus and AntioxiPlus,

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    I have both endometriosis and blocked tubes. I'd like to take endo clear first before the blocked tubes kit. How long should I take the endoclear for?

    You can take EndoClear alongside the Blocked Fallopian Tube Kit. We recommend you take it until you get a positive pregnancy test.

  16. Rating: +0

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    Do the endoclear tables contain gelatin?

    No, they are completely vegan, and do not contain animal products like gelatin.

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    How long will a bottle of endoclear last?

    I bottle will last 30 days

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