Period pains are a real pain in the stomach, to help make that time of the month a little less painful and annoying, we have complied a list of 6 amazing herbal tea that'll help provide you with a little relief.
Our menstrual relief tea has helped a lot of customers deal with period pain, endometriosis, and other related problems.
For centuries, the chaste tree has been used to treat premenstrual syndrome, period pain, breast pain, and menstrual problems. This may also give relief to women who are undergoing menopause. Since it can help balance hormones, it may help normalize estrogen and progesterone. In herbalism, it is believed that this plant can help boost milk production in new mothers.
- Dandelion Root
Aside from its use as a caffeine-free alternative to coffee, dandelion root may help soothe digestive ailments, prevent urinary tract infection, manage body weight, and promote liver health. It is a good source of plant estrogens which play a role in the detoxification of the body and clearing excess hormones, since menstrual cramps can be worsen when there is hormonal imbalance. The root part of the plant may also help prevent constipation which is helpful to women who experience being constipated before their monthly period.
- Dong Quai
There is a reason why Dong Quai is called “female ginseng”. This herb considered by many herbalists and practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine as a multi-purpose remedy that treats premenstrual syndrome, female reproductive issues like menstrual cramps, irregular menstruation, amenorrhea, and menopausal hot flashes. It may also help relieve arthritis and osteoarthritis.
- Lady’s Mantle
Herbalists has been using lady’s mantle to treat anxiety and insomnia. In traditional herbal medicine, it is used to mend torn tissues, heal torn eardrums, and to quicken wound healing. This plant which contains tannins and astringents is good for the skin. It is often called “woman’s herb” because the leaves could help regulate menstrual flow, lessen period pain, and relieve menstrual symptoms. The tea brewed from its leaves could help tone the uterus. Thus, some women drink it throughout the weeks after giving birth to help regain its pre-baby shape and strength.
- Pau D’ Arco
The Pau D’ Arco which is native to Central and South America is a plant known to have anti-cancer, antifungal, and anti-microbial properties. Its extract may help treat infections, lessen inflammation, and aid in weight reduction. This herb may also inhibit the production of prostaglandins. Thus, it may be beneficial to women who suffer from painful monthly periods.
- Red Clover
Red Clover herb promotes heart health, bone health, as well as skin and hair health. Many women use red clover tea to alleviate menopausal symptoms since it is a good source of isoflavones which help relieve period cramps, hot flashes, and night sweats. The other potential benefits of isoflavones may include protection against cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, hormone-depended cancer, loss of cognitive function, and other age-related diseases.
Aside from our menstrual relief tea, we offer other herbal teas that can help relieve PMS and other menstrual issues. Click here for more information.
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Herbal teas are a great natural alternatively for reducing menstrual cramp pain, provide a little relief and warm you up this winter. Here is the list of 6 amazing herbal teas that provide a little help.