Is there a link? It does make you wonder what causes the uterine lining to end up in the wrong place.. could something be moving it on their travels perhaps? Possibly..

Dr. Hulda Clark says;

“Many a woman’s dreams have been shattered by her inability to have a child. Endometriosis is often the cause. It starts with painful cramps at period times. They get worse and worse until pain killers are necessary just to get out of bed and move about the house. There are flukes in the uterus! Large intestinal flukes in a rather small organ! Did they migrate to the uterus from the intestine or did they develop there from eggs?

Sometimes sheep liver fluke is seen there. Once an avenue to the uterus is established, numerous other parasites move in the same direction: Clonorchis, the human liver fluke and even Eurytrema, the pancreatic fluke, can invade the uterus wall. Why have they taken up so abnormal a living place? Because the uterus has solvents/toxins in it! This is the green light for flukes. This disarms your organs so they are left helpless against the fluke stages left there by the blood and lymph.”

“Where there are large parasites, smaller ones soon crowd in. All bring their own bacteria and viruses. Gardnerella, especially, is found in cases of endometriosis, ovarian cysts and menstrual problems. The flukes evidently travel from the uterus to other parts of your body cavity, distributing bits of the uterine lining as they go. Once this distribution has occurred, can the bleeding (regular menstrual bleeding) ever be stopped?

It stops immediately when the flukes are dead!”

A lady who struggled to conceive due to an endometriosis diagnosis shared how her homeopath provided an explanation as to what’s causing it and how to finally heal naturally.. Hint: a parasite cleanse! Read it here:

If you have endometriosis then parasite cleansing is definitely a practise to consider. Join us on the next 6 week parasite cleanse to learn how to cleanse safely and effectively.

To health and happiness,

Jade, X