Women's Herbs for PMS Information
Herbs for PMS Formula, heavy menstrual bleeding and irregular menstrual cycle, hormone imbalance, breast pain, menopause, endometriosis and fibroid tumors.
Menstrual pain and PMS cramping your style? The solution may be at hand. Instead of common painkillers such as Advil or Motrin, you should consider such exotic names as wildyam, chaste berry, black cohosh and dong quai. Women who want an alternative to conventional drugs are reaching for these herbs as well as more familiar supplements.
It is well-known that PMS may cause women to be emotionally out of control at certain times of the month. PMS can affect the entire household. Hormonal imbalance, cramps, irregular period, menopause, hot flashes, etc. and reproductive organs can be helped with this special FEM-J formula, by feeding both the female and male hormones that all of us have.
If you are experiencing menopausal symptoms, you need to avoid hormone replacement therapy. Read about the Dangers of HRT.
WILD YAM (Concentrate from extract): Beneficial in balancing glands; tonic effect on the uterus,and when taken throughout pregnancy, will help balance out the male part of the female hormone. Can relax and soothe the nerves and helps to expel gas. Helps prevent miscarriage, acts as a natural birth control. Relieves cramps in the uterus and is very helpful for menstrual cramps, PMS, morning sickness, muscle pain and spasms.
CHASTETREE BERRY: Special helper for heavy menstrual bleeding and irregular menstrual cycle, hormone imbalance, PMS, menopause, endometriosis, and fibroid tumors. It helps balance the hormones especially if birth control pills were used in the past. It also helps with fertility.
SARSAPARILLA: Valuable as a gland balancer, it contains a substance that helps increase progesterone and is a good hormone herb, blood purifier, helps with hot flashes and the libido and contains testosterone, but is stronger in the female hormones and is excellent for the skin.
DONG QUAI: Known as queen of the female herbs, it is very nourishing to the female glands. It helps as a cleanser and purifier, increases circulation, aids with internal bleeding, and is a menstruation regulator and helps with PMS.
RED RASPBERRY: Another renowned herb for female complaints, especially during pregnancy. It strengthens the uterus wall, helps with nausea, hemorrhaging, and painful menstruation.
BLACK COHOSH: Known as natural estrogen, it diminishes hot flashes, balancing menstrual flow and assists with balancing the hormones, along with helping menstrual and menopause problems.
CRAMP BARK: A super female regulator, this helps relax the ovaries and uterus, helps soothe menstrual cramps and urinary problems.
DAMIANA: Helps balance hormones, reduces hot flashes and assists with discomforts due to menopause. It helps restore the natural sexual capacities and functions as well as regulating low levels of estrogen.
SAW PALMETTO: Very helpful in decreasing ovarian and uterine irritability, helps as a hormone balancer, balancing the male to female hormone that all women have, aids with the glands, reproductive organs and kidneys.
LICORICE ROOT: Helpful in normalizing ovulation especially with infrequent menstruation, it is very helpful with exhaustion of the adrenal glands when taken in larger doses, and promotes better circulation and is a great tonic herb.
GINGER: Known as the herb that helps other herbs do their job, it is helpful with nausea, morning sickness, cramps, gas, and bloating.
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For additional support for menopause, we recommend MACA.
Vitamin E could help ease the pain of menstrual cramps, recent study findings suggest.
High levels of hormone-like substances called prostaglandins have been implicated in dysmenorrhea, or painful menstruation.
Because vitamin E can help block prostaglandin formation, researchers decided to test the vitamin as a treatment for dysmenorrhea.
The researchers studied 100 high school students aged 16 to 18 who reported experiencing mild, moderate or severe pain during menstruation. Half of the students took five vitamin E tablets per day for 2 days before and 3 days after they began menstruating, while the other half, the comparison group, took five inactive placebo tablets.
At the 2-month follow-up, individuals in both the vitamin E group and the comparison group reported experiencing less menstrual pain than they did at the start of the study. Students in the vitamin E group, however, reported slightly less pain than those in the comparison group.
British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2001;108:1181-1183
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