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Folk remedies And Preventive Measures for dysmenorrhea: Natural Treatment

stephany By On 09/04/2020 at 18:15

In Female Infertility

Menstrual pain, otherwise normal during menstruation, can be combated without having to swallow various medications from the pharmacy and analgesics especially severe pains.  For example, there are many plants that have a beneficial effect in the case of dysmenorrhea (the so-called menstrual pain in a specialized language) and which we can refer to on the recommendation of a specialist doctor.

In folk medicine, vast experience has been gained in the treatment of painful menstruation (dysmenorrhea, oligomenorrhea) with the help of herbal medicine. Unlike chemical-pharmaceutical preparations, herbal remedies do not cause side effects and complications, they act gently, and do not have a withdrawal effect. Therefore, herbal remedies for the treatment of dysmenorrhea are widely used as components of the main, rehabilitation, and preventive therapy.


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The constituents of this tisane allow it to counteract the pains felt during menstruation to help you go through your cycle without much trouble and dispose of any problem that may lead to infertility. Some of 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 has made it possible to deal with menstrual pain. 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 a solution. Our natural remedies have allowed many women to have children.

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Infusions for the treatment of painful menstruation

Dysmenorrhea means a syndrome that precedes or accompanies menstruation and which is characterized by pain in the lower back and abdomen, nausea, vomiting, sweating. Depending on our body, in some women, these pains are stronger, often unbearable, while in others they are easier.


What Is Marjoram? Benefits, Side Effects, and Uses

The plant has many advantages and has a spastic gastric and carminative effect (helps to remove gases from the intestine). Hydrangea marjoram essential oil acts as a good analgesic, and herbalists recommend this plant especially because of its high content of volatile oils.

For example, in aromatherapy, essential oil (diluted) is recommended for both internal and external purposes for intestinal colic,  amenorrhea  (lack of a menstrual cycle, which can be pathological, caused by ovarian insufficiency or pituitary gland), in case of dysmenorrhea (the pain syndrome that precedes or accompanies menstruation) and headache. Talk with your doctor about herbal medicine, and he will recommend you in what doses to take magiran-based drugs.

White dead nettle

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The plant has anti-inflammatory and sedative effects. Dead white hedgehog (Lamium album) is used in herbal medicine to treat candidiasis and prostatitis. Flowers are especially recommended because of their expectorant properties, but nettle remedies are also recommended for dysmenorrhea (severe pain during the menstrual cycle) and leukorrhea (vaginal discharge from a whitish, sometimes purulent fluid).

Infusion is prepared from 1-2 teaspoons of flowers per cup with hot water. Drink 1-2 glasses a day. Vaginal bleeding can also be done on the advice of a doctor. White flowers of dead nettles are combined with cones of walnut, walnut, and hop - in equal parts - and an infusion of 3 tablespoons of grass per liter of boiling water is prepared.


Yarrow - Colorado Mix

To combat menstrual pain, Achillea millefolium is another ally you can name. Put a teaspoon of dried grass in 250 ml of boiling water (1 cup). Leave on for 5 minutes, then squeeze the tea. Drink 3-4 cups per day as recommended by a herbalist.

Romanita (chamomile)

CHAMOMILE - ROMAN (Chamaemelum nobile)

You can also try chamomile (Matricaria recutita) to combat menstrual pain. Add chamomile to a cup of boiling water. Allow 10 minutes to insist, and then squeeze if necessary. Drink 3 glasses a day before meals.


Ginger: Health benefits and dietary tips

Often used in cold and flu remedies, ginger (Zingiber officinale) is an excellent ally for fighting menstrual pain in the form of a tincture (made with alcohol) on the recommendation of a herbalist. Take up to 30 drops per day, dissolved in a glass of water.


What Lavender Can Do for You

For external use, lavender is another excellent remedy for fighting menstrual pain. Dilute 3 drops of lavender essential oil in 10 ml of vegetable oil excipient (in which it is included) and the resulting composition is massaged in the lower abdomen and back. Apply oil twice daily.

There is a whole list of plants that are used to effectively treat dysmenorrhea and oligomenorrhea, most often in the form of infusions.


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Use 50 grams of crushed leaves, pour 0.4 l of boiling water, after insisting for half an hour, filter. Take three times a day for half an hour before eating.


Take 60 gr. of raspberries leaf, crush and mix with 200 ml of boiling water, after being infused for 15 minutes and filtered. Use in small portions throughout the day.

Water pepper: 30 gr. chopped herbs pour 200 gr. boiling water, after insisting for an hour, filter. Use three times in 1 tbsp. spoon.

Valerian: 50 gr. 200 ml of boiling water is poured into the crushed roots, after heating for 15 minutes in a water bath, it is cooled and filtered. Consume several times a day after eating 3 tbsp. spoons.

Carrots: 50 g of finely chopped fruit is poured with 1 liter of cold water, brought to a boil, boiled for a minute. Then wrap and after insisting for 15 minutes, filter. Use in warm form for pain in the pelvic area, several times a day, 200 ml.

Elecampane : 30 gr. crushed dry roots are placed in a thermos, pour 0.5 l of boiling water, after insisting for two hours, filter. Use three times a day for half an hour before eating 100 g.

Melissa officinalis: 50 gr. finely chopped leaves pour 400 ml of boiling water, insist for an hour and filter. Take three times a day for half an hour before eating 100 g. From the raw materials left after filtering, warm compresses are made, which are put three times a day.

Horsetail field : 30 gr. 300 g of boiling water are poured into the raw materials, after being infused for an hour, filtered. For severe pain, they consume 50-100 grams every two hours, as the pain subsides, the amount of infusion taken is reduced and taken 50 times three times a day.

Odorous celery: 50 gr. chopped fresh roots are poured with cold water in an amount of 200 ml, brought to a boil, insist 3 hours. Filter, use three times a day for 30 g. before meals.

Aromatic dill: 20 gr. seeds pour 200 ml of boiling water, filtered after cooling. Divide the resulting infusion into three parts and take it during the day.

Lovage: 30-40 gr. the roots are laid in a thermos and pour 1 liter of boiling water, after 6 hours put on fire, boil for 5-7 minutes. Again, steam for 20 minutes, after which it is filtered and squeezed. Use 0.5 cups three times a day half an hour before meals.

Burdock and blackberry: finely chopped taken in 100 g. burdock roots and blackberry leaves lay 3 tbsp. collection spoons in a thermos and pour three cups of boiling water put to insist for the night, then filter and use 150 g. four times a day an hour before meals.

Clover: 30-50 gr. finely chopped leaves and stems pour 200 ml of boiling water. Brewing like tea, let it brew for 40 minutes. Take 2 tbsp. tablespoons 2-3 times a day before meals.

Sweet clover: 50 gr. dry herbs pour 0.5 liters of boiling water, after insisting for two hours, filter. A few days before menstruation, they start taking 50 ml four times a day. The infusion effectively relieves cramping and pain, and also has a beneficial effect on the nervous system and emotional state of women.

It is very good to drink beetroot juice with painful menstruation. It contains a lot of iron and betaine, which have a relaxing effect on the smooth muscles of the uterus and significantly reduce pain.

In addition to taking decoctions, if there are other means that contribute to improving the condition of a woman with painful menstruation. For example, attaching hot towels or hot water bottles to your feet helps a lot.

Also, in the treatment of dysmenorrhea, warm compresses from boiled to half-prepared and squeezed barley and warm fresh unsalted cottage cheese help well. They are wrapped in cotton or several layers of gauze and applied to the lower abdomen. You can also apply a compress with a cloth soaked in a decoction of hay dust.

Prevention of dysmenorrhea

The main measures for the prevention of the disease are:

  • rejection of bad habits;
  • normalization of work and rest;
  • proper nutrition - rejection of fatty, fried, salty, spicy, smoked, pickled foods, fast food, the introduction of healthy foods, fresh fruits and vegetables into the diet;
  • avoidance of stress and other disorders of the psycho-emotional state;
  • refusal of a sedentary lifestyle - physical education, swimming, walking;
  • timely treatment of pathologies that can lead to the development of dysmenorrhea;
  • regular rehabilitation of foci of chronic infection in the body;
  • the use of barrier contraception during intercourse;
  • compliance with the rules of intimate hygiene;
  • rejection of promiscuous sex life.

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