As we have mentioned in other articles, endometriosis that grows somewhere other than the endometrium also reacts to the hormonal signals of the monthly menstrual cycle by accumulating tissue, breaking it down, and shedding it during the menstrual period. As we know, pepper contains a variety of nutrients that are important for women with endometriosis. In this article, we will discuss how black pepper affects women with endometriosis.
1. Immune system
Black pepper is an antioxidant. It has been used in traditional medicine to strengthen the immune system in the fight against inflammation caused by cellular abnormalities, such as the formation of endometrial implants and adhesions, tumors, cysts, etc.
2. Circulation system
Black pepper helps to increase blood circulation in the blood, which increases the flow of blood to the abdominal region, thus reducing the tension of the abdominal muscles.
3. Liver function
Black pepper is said to aid the liver in protein and fat metabolism thus helping to increase bile production which is essential for balancing the hormone in the prostaglandin family thus reducing overactive uterine muscle and menstrual pain in women with endometriosis.
4. Digestive system
The piperine in black pepper not only stimulates the action of the digestive system in the absorption of other vital nutrients such as vitamin B complex, selenium and beta-carotene, but also helps to move stool in the large intestine, thereby reducing the risk of constipation and menstruation. bread.
Since endometriosis is treatable and manageable with natural remedies and a self-help course, if you have endometriosis, look on the bright side.