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Manage or treat ovarian cancer (OC) with these 3 home remedies

home remedies that ill help you manage or treat ovarian cancer

Epidemiological studies have suggested that dietary factors may be the cause for a higher risk of developing ovarian cancer. However, the risk of developing ovarian cancer can be reduced, through dietary changes, according to multiple studies.


The effectiveness of dietary changes on reducing risks and treating ovarian cancer has been confirmed by a recent animal based research, which has found that by increasing the intake of omega 3 rich foods, there is a reduction in the severity of OC. Ovarian cancer is generally treated by hard on the body treatments such as: chemotherapy or invasive surgery. So, it is important to find out how to manage or treat ovarian cancer naturally.

Here is what science says about these 3 home remedies that will help you to manage or treat ovarian cancer.


The reason why flexseed supplementation will help you to manage or treat ovarian cancer, is because flexseed is the richest vegetable source of omega-3 fatty acids (OM-3FAs) and phytoestrogen lignans, which were demonstrated to be effective in the prevention and improvement of ovarian cancer. This is because they target inflammatory prostaglandin E2 pathways, which has been shown to be a tumor-associated inflammatory mediator.

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Onionin A (ONA), a natural low molecular weight compound isolated from onions, has been shown in an in – vitro/vivo studies, to reduce ovarian cancer cell proliferation induced by co-culture with human macrophages. In addition, it was also observed that ONA directly suppressed cancer cell proliferation, and suppressed cancer progression as well as prolonged the survival time in a rat ovarian cancer model.

Ginkgo Biloba (GB)

Ginkgo Biloba has been shown to be effective in ovarian cancer prevention. This was demonstrated on In vitro experiments with ovarian cancer cells, because GB extract and its components, quercetin and ginkgolide A and B, were shown to have significant anti-proliferative effects ( approximately 40%) in serous ovarian cancer cells. Ginkgo Biloba

The American Cancer Society estimates that ovarian cancer ranks 5th in cancer deaths among women, accounting for more deaths than any other cancer of the female reproductive system.Therefore, it is important for woman to understand how to keep their reproductive system healthy, and if affected by this disease know there are non-invasive natural ways to manage or treat ovarian cancer. If you are feeling abdominal or pelvic pain, a change in your bowel habits, bloating, indigestion, nausea, fatigue and weight loss, it is advised that you consult a doctor for a check up.