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Friday, September 10, 2010

Varicocele , spare them the Surgery with some good Herbs

We had a 14 year old Boy with a Varicocele developing. My Opinion is to spare any Boy or Girl Surgery on their Genitals. SO I boldly told the Parents, that Herbs will do the Task. We used the following Regimen:
Internally a Mix of Parts equal in Tincture of Ruscus,Collinsonia,Aesculus and Hydrocotyle for the venous Congestion.
a Mix of Blood-moving Herbs : Zanthoxyllum, Carthamus, Achillea and Vaccinium myrtillus.
a Mix to feed the Testicles : Cola, Damiana, Serenoa, Avena with Tribulus and Cervus Corni.
Externally a Gel of Aesculus applied to the Area twice a Day.
Within three Months there was no trace of Varicocele anymore and also the Boy moved in Puberty to the approbiate Stage. Even after a year of followup there was no relapse.
Of course this Treatment without the hormonal Mix, has resolved many Varicosities we treated with predictable success.


comfrey cottages said...

Excellent that the young man made a good recovery:) Avoiding surgery is always the best, if possible. Good job!

Bart said...

I have problems with varicocele too :/ Im 21 and i really dont want to have a surgery. Can you write something about dosage? And how to prepeare this herbs?

Andrew said...

Like Bart, I'd also appreciate more details on dosage/preparation.

Anonymous said...

See links to herbs:
Tincture of
Ruscus aculeatus (Butcher's broom)
Ruscus aculeatus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Collinsonia Canadensis (Stoneroot)
Collinsonia canadensis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut)
Aesculus hippocastanum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hydrocotyle (Centella asiatica) (Gotu Kola)
Centella asiatica - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Blood-moving Herbs
Zanthoxylum spp (clava-herculis and americanum) (Prickly Ash Bark)
Zanthoxylum americanum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carthamus tinctorius L. (Safflower)
Safflower - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Achillea millefolium (Yarrow)
Achillea millefolium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vaccinium myrtillus (Bilberry)
Vaccinium myrtillus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia