Many times toxicity or infection can contribute to the occurrence of cysts and polyps. Other causes include poor diet with mucus- or acid-promoting foods, poor assimilation, and improper digestion of fats.

Cysts are closed pockets of tissue that can be filled with air, pus, or other material.

Symptoms may vary depending on the location of the cyst or polyp. A cyst is characterized by a lump or bulge under the skin that is usually moveable. In the case of vaginal cysts and cervical, colon, bladder, or rectal polyps, there is often bleeding vaginally, rectally, or in the urine.

The good news is that cysts and polyps are benign. However, some(usually colon polyps) can lead to cancer without proper treatment.

Dietary considerations
Eliminate all fried foods, animal fats, chocolate, margarine, caffeine,dairy, and white flour. Eat fresh fruits to help detoxify your system.
Drink eight to ten glasses of water daily to flush toxins.

Supplement support for cysts and polyps
• Coenzyme Q 10 : 100 mg daily
• Milk thistle liquid extract
• Echinacea extract
• Pau d’arco tea, sweetened with stevia
• Calcium: 1,500 mg daily
• Carlson’s ACES + Zn
• Ester-C: 3,000 mg daily
• Flax oil
• Cayenne capsules

Lifestyle choices
For external growths, apply tea tree oil. Scrub the skin with a loofah to keep pores unclogged during detoxification.