Menstrual Problems

From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Menstrual Problems:

  • Carrot
  • Chamomile
  • Chasteberry
  • Cramp Bark
  • Curcumin and Turmeric Root
  • Dong Quai
  • Evening Primrose
  • False Unicorn Root
  • Fennel Seed
  • Goldenseal Root
  • Maca Root
  • Motherwort
  • Myrrh
  • Peony Root
  • Red Raspberry
  • Turkey Rhubarb Root
  • Turmeric Root
  • Wild Yam

Natural Cures and Remedies for Menstrual Problems

Sterility may also be caused by loss of essential glands or organs of reproduction or a decrease in their functions, brought about by a variety of fators such as surgical injuries, tumour, excessive radiation and lack of normal menstrual cycle. Obesity or emaciation due either to dietetic errors or faulty metabolism are yet other factors which can contribute to female sterility.

The majority of patients recover between the ages 20 and 30 years. But it is still common in men over 30 years. In women, it rarely lasts beyond the early thirties and is normally worse before each menstrual period. The diseases causes a great deal of embarrassment at an age when people tend to be sensitive about personal appearance.

Carrot, Chamomile, Chasteberry, Cramp Bark, Curcumin and Turmeric Root, Dong Quai, Evening Primrose, False Unicorn Root, Fennel Seed, Goldenseal Root, Maca Root, Motherwort, Myrrh, Peony Root, Red Raspberry, Turkey Rhubarb Root, Turmeric Root, Wild Yam

Is carbohydrate craving during the premenstrual phase another instance of self-medication? Of all the neurotransmitters studied to date, Serotonin appears to be the most important in the development of PMS. Indeed, PMS shares many of the features of other mood and anxiety disorders.

Because it is reputed to affect the menstrual cycle, its use in pregnancy and lactation is to be avoided (CAN). Excessive use should be avoided in view of the limited toxicity data (CAN).

Approximately , 40 per cent of menstruating women suffer from premenstrual tension and it occurs mostly in women over 30 years of age. IN some women, the onset of symptoms seems to coincide with ovulation and may then persist until menstruation commences. IN some rare cases, relief from the premenstrual syndrome may be obtained only with the cessation of the menstrual flow.

The various disorders relating to menstrual flow are indicative of the low level of a woman’s health and a toxic condition of her sex organism, which has been brought about by wrong habits of living, especially wrong dietary habits. These disorders are made more deep-seated and chronic by modern medical efforts to deal with them through the suppressive agency of surgery and drugs. The disorders being systemic in origin, can be tackled only by treating the system as a whole so as to remove the toxicity from the body and build up the general health-level of the sufferer.