From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Menstrual Problems:
- Cramp Bark
- Curcumin and Turmeric Root
- Dong Quai
- Evening Primrose
- False Unicorn Root
- Fennel Seed
- Goldenseal Root
- Maca Root
- Peony Root
- Red Raspberry
- Turkey Rhubarb Root
- Turmeric Root
- Wild Yam
Natural Cures and Remedies for Menstrual Problems
Activities (Cancer Herb) – Antibacterial ; Antiemetic ; Antiinflammatory ; Antiseptic ; Antispasmodic ; Diuretic ; Tonic .
But as with everything else in life, you are faced with choices: Do you want to continue living the way that made you sick, or do you want to take the steps needed to be healthy?
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
Extracts (Vervain) – Animal or in vitro models demonstrate antiinflammatory, antitussive, lactagogue, secretolytic, and sialagogue activities (PHR). Fruits extracts used for dysmenorrhea and oligolactea. The lactagogue properties of vervain are often attributed to aucubin. A luteinizing action is attributed to inhibition of gonadotropic action on the posterior lobe of the pituitary.
The basic causes of heart diseases are wrong dietary habits, faulty style of living and various stresses. The famous Framingham Heart Study of the National Heart and Lung Institute identified seven major risk factors in coronary heart disease. These are : (i) elevated blood levels of cholesterol, triglycerides and other fatty substances ( ii) elevated blood pressure (iii) elevated blood uric acid levels (mainly caused by high protein diet), (iv) certain metabolic disorders, notably diabetes, (v) obesity, (vi) smoking, and (vii) lack of physical exercise. Each or a combination of these risk factors can contribute to heart disease. Most of them are of dietary origin. These risk factors can be controlled by changing one’s life style and readjusting the diet.
Asafoetida powder is popular in Indian cooking, and it is often used to enhance the flavor of the other spices in a dish rather than imparting strong flavor of its own. The powder goes well with vegetable dishes and helps to make them more robust.
To begin with, fill the device with water below the recommended level. This will give less resistance and allow you to familiarize yourself with the exercises. As you become comfortable, you can increase the water level for more resistance.