Relieving period cramps
Resolving period related issues Ingredients: Bark of Ashoka (Saraca indica), bark of Lodhra (Symplocos racemosa), nut of Supari (Areca catechu), fruit pulp of Amla (Emblica officinale), galls of Maju phal (Quercus infectoria), flower of Nagkesar (Mesua ferrea), whole plant of Makoy (Solanum nigrum), bark of Dalchini (Cinnamomum zeylanica), fruit of Saunf (Foeniculum vulgare), seed of Methi (Trigonella foenumgraecum), leaf and bark of Neem (Azadirachta indica). Dosage: One capsule 1-2 times daily or as directed by physician.
This medication made from natural products is for the cases of menstrual pain relief. Made from elements of nature, this product has been created as a solution for reducing menstrual cramps. Each 750 mg of this capsule contains bark of Ashoka (Saraca indica), bark of Lodhra (Symplocos racemosa), nut of Supari (Areca catechu), fruit pulp of Amla (Emblica officinale), galls of Maju phal (Quercus infectoria), flower of Nagkesar (Mesua ferrea), whole plant of Makoy (Solanum nigrum), bark of Dalchini (Cinnamomum zeylanica), fruit of Saunf (Foeniculum vulgare), seed of Methi (Trigonella foenumgraecum), leaf and bark of Neem (Azadirachta indica).
Saraca asoca (Roxb.) Wilde (Fabaceae) commonly known as ‘Ashoka’ is a highly valued medicinal plant and is used to treat skin infections, CNS function, genitor-urinary tannins contained in bark are thought to provide the astringent action for halting excessive menstrual bleeding, bleeding hemorrhoids, bleeding ulcers, and hemorrhagic
Symplocos racemosa is used in menorrhagia and other female reproductive dysfunctions which are some of the symptoms of PCOS. Symplocos racemosa bark is given in menorrhagia and other female reproductive dysfunctions which are some of the symptoms of PCOS. Experimental studies show that S. racemosa treatment significantly decreased the elevated testosterone levels and restored estrogen, progesterone, and functions, uterus pain during periods, clots, and ammenorhea . Saraca indica has been used in genital conditions such as laxity of uterus, dysmenorrhea, and menorrhagia.
Quercus infectoria (QI) Olivier (Fagaceae) is a small tree widely distributed in Greece, Asia Minor, and Iran. The tree bears galls that are mixed with other herbs and ingested by post-partum women as a folk remedy to restore the elasticity of the uterine wall. They have an astringent effect as well as anti-diabetic, anti-tremorine, local anaesthetic, anti-
Solanum nigrun is a medicinal plant well known for its therapeutic properties. S. nigrun has also been extensively used traditionally to treat various ailments such as pain,
Foeniculum vulgare contains an antispasmodic and anethol agents. F. vulgare is helpful in colic and has a slight pain reducing potentiality in dysmenorrhea. Many studies effect on dysmenorrhea, premenstrual syndrome, amenorrhea, menopause, lactation, and
Fenugreek is an annual herb with medicinal properties and has been known as the oldest herbal medicine in Egypt and Greece. The extracts and isolates of fenugreek seeds have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. There exist superficial similarities between fenugreek extract and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and the presence of their
Neem is an omnipotent tree and a sacred gift of nature. Neem tree is mainly cultivated in the Indian subcontinent. Its curative power is being used on a large scale to manufacture medicines for skin diseases including leprosy, ulcers, gastro intestinal problems, oral
pyretic, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties.
inflammation, and fever. The aqueous extract possesses uterine relaxant activity.
Cinnamon reduces the severity and duration of pain during menstruation.
recommended more studies about fennel in primary dysmenorrhea.
Fennel has positive
polycystic ovary syndrome.
analgesic, anti-fever, and anti-inflammatory effects in combination.
care, urinary track problems, hair problems, menstrual cramps, diabetes, blood pressure
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