An Angiolipoma is a type of benign tumor that has a combination of benign fatty tissue and benign blood vessels. Its features are similar to the lipoma but have nodule with vascular structure. These are usually found in the young adults in the 20-30 years age group. Both males, as well as females, affected by this disease, But chances are higher in males. They are often multiple and occur as subcutaneous painful nodules, mostly on the forearm. Young adult men are most commonly affected
The signs and symptoms of it are following:
- subcutaneous tumors at several locations of the body
- Most common location of the tumor is the forearm. Other locations include the arm, chest, back, and lower legs
- The nodules are well circumscribed as well as painful
- Some tumors may not show any signs or symptoms, other than a mass
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR FOR ANGIOLIPOMA
Apple cider vinegar is a simple cure for angiolipoma.
Drink 1 glass of water with 1-3 teaspoons of raw, organic apple cider vinegar 1-3 times a day. Start with less and increase the amount over time to make sure this remedy suits you.
Herbs are effective to treat angiolipoma. Liver and blood purifying herbs have been used for the reduction of fat deposits. Burdock root, turmeric root, and dandelion root are all good choices. It is easy to add these supplements to your diet.
Burdock and dandelion roots can be found in capsule form. Take 4 capsules twice a day with meals for at least a month.
TURMERIC FOR ANGIOLIPOMA
Turmeric can be used topically for angiolipoma as well as internally. Turmeric can be added to coconut oil or castor oil and applied to lipomas at night. Turmeric will stain skin and clothing. Add about 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder to 1 tablespoon of a carrier oil.
ESSENTIAL OILS FOR ANGIOLIPOMA
Essential oils are a pleasant way to treat angiolipoma. Essential oils are very concentrated natural medicines and many of them smell lovely as well! They should be diluted for topical use.
Sage, tea tree, and frankincense essential oils can be used for lipomas. Add 1/2 teaspoon of one or a combination of the above-mentioned essential oils to 1 tablespoon of a carrier oil (Coconut oil, fractionated coconut oil or castor oil) and apply to lipomas twice a day.