If Ovarian cysts Are Making Your Life A Misery, Here Is A Natural Remedy To Get Rid Of It Naturally Without Surgery And With No Side Effects…

Below are real life testimonies with scan result before and after taking our treatment:

Case 1:

[Scan 1: Before  Treatment]

[Scan 2: After Our Treatment]

Case 2:

[Scan 1: Before  Treatment]

[Scan 2: After Our Treatment]

Case 3:

2 Numbers of 2.9*2.63cm ovarian cysts cleared totally in 1 month of treatment

[Scan 1: Scan Before Treatment]

[Scan 2: Scan After Treatment]

Case 4:

[Scan 1: Scan Before Treatment]

[Scan 2: Scan After Treatment]

Case 5:

[Scan 1: Scan Before Treatment]

[Scan 2: Scan After Treatment]


The following are the basic information you need to know about Ovarian Cyst:


An ovarian cyst is an accumulation of fluid within an ovary that is  surrounded by a thin “shell”..

Any ovarian follicle that is larger than approximately 2cm is an ovarian cyst. Ovarian cysts can range widely in size; from being as small as a pea to larger than an orange – in rare cases ovarian cysts can become so large that the woman looks pregnant.
The majority of ovarian cysts are benign (harmless).

Ovarian cysts typically occur most frequently during a female’s reproductive years (childbearing years).

However, ovarian cysts may affect a woman of any age. In some cases, ovarian cysts cause pain and bleeding.


  • Functional ovarian cysts

    There are two types of functional ovarian cysts:

    A) Follicular cysts

    This happens when the follicle fails to rupture and release the egg at ovulation, it continues to grow forming a cyst


    B) Luteal ovarian cysts

    These are much less common. After the egg has been released it leaves tissue behind (corpus luteum). Luteal cysts can develop when the corpus luteum fills with blood. In most cases, this type of cyst goes away within a few months. However, it may sometimes split (rupture), causing sudden pain and internal bleeding.

  • Pathological cysts

    Pathological cysts – these are cysts that grow in the ovaries; they may be harmless (benign) or cancerous (malignant).


    A) Dermoid cysts (cystic teratomas)

    Dermoid cysts are the most common type of pathological cyst for women under 30 years of age. Cystadenomas are more common among women aged over 40 years.

    Dermoid cysts (cystic teratomas)

    A dermoid cyst a bizarre tumor, usually benign. This type of cyst develops from a totipotential germ cell, the cell can give rise to all orders of cells necessary to form mature tissues. Dermoid cysts contain hair, skin, bone and other tissues (sometimes even teeth). A totipotential germ cell can develop in any direction. They are formed from cells that make eggs.


    B) Cystadenomas

    Cystadenomas are ovarian cysts that develop from cells that cover the outer part of the ovary. Some are filled with a thick, mucous substance, while others contain a watery liquid. Rather than growing inside the ovary itself, cystadenomas are usually attached to the ovary by a stalk. By existing outside the ovary, they have the potential to grow considerably. Although they are rarely cancerous.


  • Irregular menstrual cycles
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Cigarette smoking
  • Early menstruation
  • Increased upper body fat
  • Infertility treatment with gonadotropins, this may cause multiple large cysts.
  • Use of Clomiphene (Clomid, Serophene) has been shown to increase the risk for development of Corpus Luteum cyst.
  • Use of Tamoxifen for breast cancer


Even if there are symptoms, they alone cannot determine whether a patient has an ovarian cyst. There are several other conditions with similar signs and symptoms, including endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy or ovarian cancer. A ruptured ovarian cyst may present similar signs and symptoms to those of appendicitis or diverticulitis.
Signs and symptoms of an ovarian cyst may include:
  • 1. Irregular menstruation – periods may also become painful, heavier or lighter than normal
  • 2. A pain in the pelvis. This may be persistent pain or an intermittent dull ache that may spread to the lower back and thighs
  • 3. Pelvic pain may appear just before menstruation begins
  • 4. Pelvic pain may occur just before menstruation ends
  • 5. Dyspareunia – pelvic pain during sexual intercourse. Some women may experience pain and discomfort in the abdomen after sex
  • 6. Pain when passing a stool
  • 7. Pressure on the bowels
  • 8. Some pregnancy symptoms, including breast tenderness and nausea
  • 9. Bloating, swelling, or heaviness in the abdomen
  • 10.  Problems fully emptying the bladder
  • 11. Pressure on the rectum or bladder – the patient may have to go to the toilet more often, either to urinate or pass a stool
  • 12. Hormonal abnormalities – in some rare cases the body produces abnormal amounts of hormones, resulting in changes in the way the breasts and body hair grow.


Torsion – the stem of an ovary can become twisted if the cyst is growing on the stem, blocking the blood supply to the cyst and causing severe pain in the lower abdomen.

Bursting – if the ovarian cyst bursts, the patient will experience severe pain in the lower abdomen. If the cyst is infected pain will be worse. There may also be bleeding.
Cancer – in rare cases an ovarian cyst may be an early form of ovarian cancer.


The following conditions may increase the risk of developing ovarian cysts:

  • (i) Endometriosis

    Endometriosis is a condition in which cells that are normally found inside the uterus (endometrial cells) are found growing outside of the uterus. That is the lining of the inside of the uterus is found outside of it. Endometrial cells are the cells that shed every month during menstruation, and so endometriosis is most likely to affect women during their childbearing years. Women with this condition have a higher risk of developing ovarian cysts.

  • (ii) Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)

    In this condition many small and harmless cysts develop on the ovaries, caused by a problem with hormone balance produced by the ovaries. People with PCOS have a higher risk of developing ovarian cysts.



  • A cyst is a closed sac-like structure – an abnormal pocket of fluid, similar to a blister – that contains either liquid, gaseous, or semi-solid material..
  • A cyst is a closed sac-like structure like a blister. It consists of liquid, gaseous, or semi-solid substance.
  • A cyst is not a normal part of the tissue, it has a separate membrane. The outer section of a cyst is called the cyst wall.
  • Ovarian cyst size can range widely from being as small as a pea to larger than an orange.
  • Ovarian cysts are usually benign (harmless).
  • Ovarian cysts occur most frequently during a female’s reproductive years.

So, How Can I.A.& S. Wellness Centre Help Me?

The Best And Working Solution Is:



How Much Does This Treatment Kit Cost?

 The prices are as follows:


Category                 Cost (N)

 A                               50,000

B                               70,000

 C                               90,000

The category you will go for in the 1st Batch of the treatment will depend on the following:

1-Numbers of the cysts

2- Sizes of the cysts

This can be known through pelvic scan. Go for scan then,  forward your scan report to our email: or Whatsapp +2348032954757 to know the category that will be suitable/appropriate for you out of the categories stated above.

What differentiate the categories is the quantity of medicines. The quantity of natural medicines in C are more than the quantity in B. B is more than the quantity of medicines in A.

N.B: At the end of 1st batch treatment you will have to go for scan to confirm the 1st batch treatment, that scan report will determine whether there will be need for 2nd batch treatment or not.

If your ovarian cyst shrinked totally then there won’t be need for 2nd batch treatment, but if not totally  shrinked after 1st batch treatment, they must have reasonably/significantly dissolved then that call for 2nd batch treatment to get the ovarian cyst shrinked totally. You will be amaze to found the ovarian cysts are gone after taking our Ovarian Cyst Solution Kit.  



The 2nd batch treatment is in two categories:

Category A.     N40,000
Category B.     N50,000

The one you will go for out of the 2 categories depend on the scan report you will do after 1st batch treatment. It can’t be determined now and we can not say whether you will need it until after the you must have completed the 1st batch and do a scan.

Furthermore, at the end of the 2nd batch treatment you will also go for Ultrasound scan. 

It is expected that by the time you finished the 1st batch you should get result and if the whole ovarian cysts did not dissolved totally at the end of 1st batch, it must have reasonably reduced then it is expected that there should be total result at the end of 2nd batch talking from experience from hundreds of cases already handled. Visit here to see some of the cases treated successfully without surgery

Therefore, relax and be happy you found us.



There are 2 ways to get the kit across to you.

1- Come to our office and pick it up. People outside Lagos can send a representative in Lagos to pick it for them.

2- Alternatively, we ship nationwide to all states in Nigeria and all countries in the world.

Pay to the company’s account. We will ship it to you under 24-48 hours if you live in Nigeria.

It takes 5-10 working days for international delivery (we use EMS, DHL etc).


* Free of charge delivery within Nigeria

 International delivery will only enjoys 50% discount of the delivery cost (50:50).

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