Ending Endometriosis Naturally: Sara’s Journey


Sara struggled for years during her late teens/early twenties, incurred great financial expenses & suffered unnecessarily, both emotionally & physically, with the debilitating symptoms of Endometriosis.

Follow along on her journey in this video & learn how she was enabled to discover natural, safe ways of managing her health and taking back control of her life!

If a woman fails to make sufficient progesterone during the second half of her menstrual month (Luteal Phase) she will initially suffer with symptoms of PMS and create a favorable host for Endometriosis. Additionally, here are just a few more outcomes from estrogen dominance:

  • bloating/water retention
  • weight gain
  • breast tenderness and lumpiness
  • headaches
  • cramps
  • fatigue
  • irritability
  • mood swings
  • insomnia
  • anxiety
  • increase risk for cancer diagnosis
  • PCOS
  • loss of libido

Women who struggle with prolonged & severe PMS, irritability and mood swings are often overcome by outbursts of anger and rage.

You are Not Crazy! It is the estrogen talking…


Stress is almost always an underlying cause of PMS/Endometriosis!

Stress increases cortisol levels, which, in excess, blocks the protection progesterone offers when it attaches to its receptors.

In today’s stress-filled climate, how do I successfully manage my stress?

These two videos have proven successful.

Clearly, optimal progesterone levels support healthy, happy menstrual cycles.