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How to Remove Ganglion Cyst at Home

Get Rid of Your Ganglion Cyst

Imagine getting rid of your ganglion cyst and not having it return, simply by wearing this product.

Are you looking for a safe, natural and convenient way to eliminate the unsightly bump on your wrist?

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Your "G Cyst" is filled with leaked synovial fluid from lesions in the connective tissues. Unless these lesions heal the cyst most likely return.

Our Far Infrared Products help to reduce swelling, relieve pain and speed the healing process.

Smashing your cyst with a big heavy (Bible) book is not medically recommended. This method only disburses the synovial fluid and often leads to it returning again.

What is a Ganglion Cyst?

Common Location of a Ganglion Cyst on a Wrist.


Ganglion cysts (commonly known as "G Cysts") are fluid filled lump like tumor forming on the top of a joint and/or covering of a tendon.

What Is "G Cyst"?

"G Cysts" can resemble a pea or cherry (round or oval) shaped lump hidden just below the skin.

In rare cases, they can grow to the size of a golf ball!

G Cysts are typically found on the hands and feet. But can also form on the shoulders, elbows, knees and ankles.

A common area for them to develop is on the top side or palm side of the wrists.

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Is Ganglion Cyst a Tumor?

No, Ganglion Cyst is Not a Tumor.

Ganglion Cysts are known to be benign (non-cancerous) and can range considerably in size, firmness and intensity of pain.

Cyst form on top of joints and covering (sheath) of tendons.

Within the connective tissue layer of joints and tendons is what is referred to as a sheath. Inside the sheath is a synovial membrane.

The membrane produces (synovial) fluid to lubricate the movement of tendons and joints.


It's generally believed trauma is the primary cause of ganglion cysts.


When injury occurs to the joint or tendon near the joint, small lesions in the connective tissue (sheath) allows synovial fluid to escape and subsequently develop into cysts.

What are Ganglion Cyst Symptoms?

Symptoms can range from just unsightly to irritating to down right painful. Most of the time Ganglion cysts are considered "asymptomatic" meaning there are no negative symptoms.

But if their presence causes pressure against a nerve, Och! That's a whole different story.

They appear as a smooth round bump or balloon type mass on or near a joint. They may be soft or firm, and move freely under the skin.

Occasionally, if the cyst is affecting the nerve there can be pain, numbness and/or loss of grip strength.

Generally, G Cysts are localized to the wrists, ankles and feet. But can also be found on the shoulders, elbows and knees.

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Are there Home Treatments Ganglion Cyst?

Why not try a variety of home remedies?

How else are you going to find what works for you.

It's always sound advice to first consult with your doctor. Especially if your cyst is causing you pain and suffering.

Everyone responds somewhat differently to the same type of treatment.

With dozens of home remedies to choose from, there's clearly some method right for you.

Everything from tea bags (black & green) to essential oils to Epsom salts.

Get started... find out what works for You.

Get started by trying remedies you're comfortable with. Often, a combination of natural remedies brings about the best results.

Non-invasive treatments should be considered before having your ganglion cyst surgically removed.
During the healing process from surgery, the body produces scar tissue. Which can interfere with nerve sensitivity and range of motion.

Do Infrared Gloves Help Ganglion Cysts?

The threads in the far infrared products we carry are fused with a safe formula of bio-ceramics that emit beneficial far infrared rays (FIR).

"Far Infrared from Gloves Reduces Cyst Lump"

These waves of soothing FIR energy penetrate deep into the tissues of your body and basically increase the molecular activity of the cells.

The stimulation of the tiny capillaries and veins in your wrists dilate the cells and allow fresh oxygenated blood containing vital nutrients to reach the over stress areas.

There are cases where the surgical removal of the cyst is the best option.

If you have a (volar) wrist ganglion restricting blood flow and causing local numbness, overtime permanent damage may result.

Thankfully, most "G cysts" are non painful. If they were, the term "bible cyst removal" wouldn't exist, right? By the way, this method of squashing the culprit with a large heavy book is not recommended.

Effective home treatments may help to avoid surgery all together.

Far Infrared Therapy is definitely worth a try. FIR is proven to stimulate circulation helping to relieve pain and inflammation.