Many women who face fertility problems suffer from amenorrhea, a disorder caused by a hormonal imbalance and manifested by lack of menstruation for more than 2 months. This imbalance can be triggered, in turn, by poor nutrition, eating disorders such as bulimia or anorexia, physical or mental overload, endocrine disorders, ovarian diseases, obesity or chronic diseases.
Plants that cure amenorrhea
Amenorrhea or lack of menstrual cycle is most often caused by hormonal imbalance, such as progesterone deficiency. There are other diseases, such as ovarian tumors, polycystic ovary syndrome, endometriosis or depression, which maintain amenorrhea and cause fertility problems.
Here are some natural preparations recognized for their beneficial action on the female reproductive system:
• Raspberry extract - treats most diseases of the female genital tract, including amenorrhea. It is given in the form of drops, 3 times a day, shortly before the meal.
• lovage - it is consumed as an infusion, prepared from a teaspoon of minced herbs, added to 250 ml of hot water.
• Vitex Agnus Castus - is considered one of the most efficient plants for balancing the female hormonal system. Helps trigger ovulation and regulates the menstrual cycle. It is specialized in the form of capsules, obtained from the fruits of this plant.
• Wood-sweet tincture - is an extremely beneficial Indian plant in female hormonal disorders, which compensates for the specific estrogen deficiency of amenorrhea. It can be taken in the form of powder, tea or tincture. It is administered in cures of 2 weeks, followed by 14 days of pause, the daily dose being 3-4 teaspoons.
• Dill seeds (Anethum graveolens) - consumed in the form of powder or tincture extracted cold. These preparations represent a very powerful stimulant and hormonal regulator.
• Bear's branch (Heracleum sphondylium) - The powder obtained by grinding flowers, leaves, and seeds dried by the bear's branch is excellent for treating amenorrhea, female sterility, frigidity and impotence.
• Black Cohosh root extract (Cimicifuga racemosa or Actaea racemosa): it can trigger menstruation, being an excellent tonic for the female reproductive tract.
• Root of Dong Quai (Angelica sinensis): it is considered the supreme plant in terms of female health. Rich in iron, Dong Quai root is a remedy often used in Chinese medicine to combat hormonal and amenorrhea disorders. This plant is especially useful if these disorders are accompanied by symptoms such as: anemia, fatigue, weakness, lack of appetite, skin color, oaks, lack of energy and will.
• Maca root (Lepidium meyenii): comes from a plant that grows in Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay and Argentina. This fleshy root provides female hormonal balance by stimulating the entire endocrine system.
• Talpa-gang (Leonurus cardiaca): is a very effective plant in reducing uterine muscle spasms and cramps, improving uterine tone. It has been found that the tufts of the soles of the toes slightly stimulate the uterus, helping it to work efficiently and thus triggering menstruation.
• The black fox (Artemisia vulgaris): Traditionally used worldwide to trigger menstruation in the case of amenorrhea, black pelin is a mild uterine stimulant. It also supports healthy digestion, helping to assimilate vitamins and minerals. Its easy action on the varnish system helps to relieve tension and stress.
• parsley (Petroselinum crispum): It is known since ancient times for its effect (emenagogue (triggering of redness). Parsley is also a rich source of vitamin C, hence the remarkable antioxidant and antitumor effect of this plant.
• Shatavari root (Asparagus racemosus): Ayurvedic medicine recommends this plant as the strongest tonic and regenerating female. Helps regulate the menstrual cycle and estrogen levels in the blood.
• Babes' legs (Tribulus terrestris): is a herbal toning medicine used since ancient times in Ayurvedic medicine for the treatment of disorders of sexual dynamics. It can normalize ovulation when used before it is produced. It also helps increase the production of sex hormones, especially serum FSH and estradiol levels in women.
• White peony (Paeonia officinalis): helps to form red blood cells and to improve blood circulation in the reproductive organs. Overall, this plant has an excellent hormonal balancing effect. It also helps to reduce pain and induce relaxation. The white peel moves blood to the pelvic area, which has the effect of triggering menstruation after a period of amenorrhea.
• Yarrow (Achillea millefolium): stimulates the female body to trigger menstruation, by increasing the muscular activity in the uterus, which leads to the elimination of excess endometrial tissue. In the absence of pregnancy, the tail of the mouse helps to regulate the menstrual cycle.
Careful! Having a strong hemenagogic effect (causes menstruation), none of these plants should be administered during pregnancy.
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