Menstrual Cycle and Cramps Support HerbalTea
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Help calm your moods and all other sorts of menstrual issues with this herbal tea.
blue cohosh - used for menstrual problems including delayed menstruation, cramping and profuse haemorrhage.
chamomile - the antispasmodic action relieves muscle tension, aching muscles and body aches.
calendula - may help to induce menses, relieve pain cramping, relax muscles and improve blood flow.
comfrey - used to alleviate heavy menstrual bleeding.
fennel - has estrogen like chemicals that may help balance hormones. Has the ability to regulate menstrual cycle and hormones affecting it.
feverfew - a uterine stimulant and a pain reliever for menstrual cramping.
ginger - may help reduce muscle cramping, relaxing the muscles and relieving inflammation and pain.
lemon balm - may help to reduce the symptoms of PMS, cramping, anxiety and headaches.
marjoram - a beautiful culinary herb which may help to relieve cramping, balance hormones, inflammation, and calm nerves.
mint - the oil helps to relax uterine muscle spasms and relieve menstrual cramping.
mugwort - moderate doses are beneficial for helping cramping, excessive bleeding and brining on menses.
nettle - women with heavy uterine bleeding and other menstrual problems may benefit from stinging nettle.
rose - rose petals and rose hips help to relieve menstrual congestion and pain. Rose petals are used to help regulate menstruation and delayed menses cycles. They are also good uterine tonics for healing infections, bleeding, and cysts. They soothe and calm nervous systems, ease the tension and pain associated with PMS and cramping.
sage - may help balance hormones and promote normal menstrual flow.
St. John's wort - beneficial for relieving cramping, bloating and mood symptoms.
raspberry leaf - helps to reduce cramping and bleeding.
valerian - analgesic properties and its ability to relax the smooth muscles may help for pain and cramping during menustration.
yarrow - may treat many menstrual problems including lack of menses, excessive bleeding and cramping.
Do not use if pregnant.
blue cohosh, chamomile, calendula, comfrey, fennel, feverfew, ginger, lemon balm, marjoram, mint, mugwort, nettle, rose, red raspberry leaf, sage, st. john's wort, valerian, yarrow flowers
AMcC on July 30, 2020
Wow this really worked! I had some cramps and it went away shortly after I had this tea. Amazing!