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stephany By On 07/04/2020 at 15:33

In Female Infertility

What is the normal cycle time? How many days should menstruation last?

- The duration of the cycle is from 21 to 35 days, lasting 3 to 6 days. Anything more or less is not the norm. For menstruation, a woman should not lose more than 80 milliliters of blood.

The main thing in the cycle is its regularity. The interval between the first day of menstruation in a woman should be approximately the same, a spacing of 2-3 days is allowed in one direction or another. The goal of the menstrual cycle is to build a house for the child.

Now many diseases, such as uterine fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts are associated with the fact that a woman has irregular periods. 


 What are the reasons for the failure of menstruation?

- A lot of them. The regularity of the cycle is affected by stress, serious physical exertion - I'm talking about athletes, malnutrition. Menstruation is an indicator of the health of the body, its ability to become pregnant and bear a child. And if a woman loses weight very much, the body understands that she cannot stand pregnancy, he defends himself, turning this function off until better times.


The constituents of this tisane allow it to regulate your menstrual cycle and dispose any problem that may lead to infertility. Some of the plants that make this possible  are Cloves and Acridoscarpus, these are very powerful plants, the mixture of these plants with other secret herbs have made it possible to deal with restore menstrual cycle. In addition, Our natural remedy is the secret to cure any form of female infertility. We offer you a definite advantage: the absence of undesirable effects and contraindications. The natural approach is often the best approach to find the solution. Our natural remedies have allowed many women to have children.


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Coriander is an ancient herb found in ancient Sanskrit manuscripts, and the seeds themselves were discovered during excavations of Egyptian tombs. Coriander was one of those bitter herbs that the Jews were supposed to eat on Easter in memory of the suffering of the people of Israel in the land of Egypt.
The leaves have a peculiar bitter taste and excellent sharp aroma. Seeds have a sweeter, woody, spicy smell.


It is used in pharmacology, perfumery and in the manufacture of alcoholic beverages. In perfumes and cosmetics, coriander is used to give the smell of roses and lily of the valley.

In everyday life, coriander is used as fertilizer to increase productivity. Suitable for outdoor soil and greenhouses. In the fall, it is necessary to sow the coriander in the ground, and in the spring, after you dig the beds, you will receive a supply of mineral fertilizers for the whole season.


Cooking Application

Fresh herbs go to salads, soups, to meat (especially fatty) dishes, most often in combination with other spicy herbs - watercress, basil, savory, onion and garlic. 

Dry herbs, which can be harvested throughout the summer, are rarely used, mainly in winter - in soups and partly in rice and egg dishes. 


Coriander seeds are used much more widely - in the bakery, confectionery, canning and distillery industries, and in home cooking - in milk soups, when stewing meat, pickling fish, making bread, flat cakes, when pickling cabbage (along with caraway seeds), in making kvass and beer.


Medical use


Coriander has antispasmodic, carminative, stimulating and digestive effects. Once coriander was considered an aphrodisiac and was part of love potions. Coriander essential oil has an antibacterial effect.




The menstrual cycle is controlled by hormones for the most part. Without sufficient amount of hormones, women might suffer irregular menstruation. A good way to prevent this from happening is infusing coriander seeds into one’s diet. The seeds have properties that regulate the function of endocrine glands and facilitate the release of hormones.  Apart from ensuring the regular flow of the menstrual cycle, coriander seeds also reduce the effects of bloating, cramps and period pain.

The trick: boil 1 teaspoon whole coriander seeds in two cups of water, boil until only one glass of water remains, strain the seeds, and drink coriander water three times a day for several days before your menstrual cycle arrives.

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