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What are different home remedies for Menstrual Problems? – Part 2

What are Menstrual Problems?

• Menopause is a significant phase in the reproductive cycles of the women.
• Menopausal disorders pose various problems to women.
• It is the stage where female ovaries stops to produce eggs.
• This stage is marked by reduced production of estrogen and progesterone.
• The hormones eventually come to a halt.
• Amenorrhoea, Menorrhagia, and Dysmenorrhoea are some of the most common of all Menstrual Problems.
• Amenorrhoea is characterized by delayed onset or a stoppage of menstruation.
• Menorrhagia, refers to heavy bleeding during menstruation.
• Dysmenorrhoea is condition characterized by excessive pain and cramping during menstruation.
• Most of the Menstrual Problems are caused by hormonal or chemical imbalances in the body.

Home Remedies for Menstrual Problems

1. Beet Juice
• Menopausal disorders can also be treated with beet juice.
• One should take 60 to 90 ml of juice at a time.
• Take the juice three times a day.

2. Carrot Seeds
• One should use carrot seeds to recover from the menopausal tension.
• Boil one teaspoon of the seeds in a glass of cow’s milk.
• Take this concoction daily to set the things right.

3. Liquorice
• The use of liquorice has also been found useful in treating menopausal disorders.
• Take one teaspoon of liquorice daily to handle the menopausal disorders.

4. Indian Spikenard
• The herb called Indian spikenard is also an excellent home remedy for menopausal disorders.
• Exercising regularly will help a lot in this condition.

To increase your levels of estrogen try increasing your consumption of plants which contain estrogenic substances: They are:
• Alfalfa
• Soybeans
• Soy sprouts
• Crushed flaxseeds
• Garlic
• Green beans
• Sesame seeds
• Wheat
• Yams
• Pumpkin seeds
• Cucumbers
• Corn
• Apples
• Anise seeds
• Cabbage
• Beets
• Olive oil
• Olives
• Papaya
• Oats
• Peas
• Sunflower seeds

To reduce hot flashes:
• Drink 8 glasses of steam-distilled water.
• Take 800 mg of evening primerose oil.
• Take it three times a day.

Reducing Hot Flashes using tincture:
• 2 teaspoons of cohosh root tincture.
• 1 teaspoon of don quai root tincture.
• 1 teaspoon of sarsaparilla tincture.
• 1 teaspoon of licorice root tincture.
• 1 teaspoon of chaste tree tincture.
• 1 teaspoon ginseng root tincture.
• Mix all the ingredients and take 3 dropperfuls a day.

Toner for Dry Skin:
• 2 ounces aloe vera gel.
• 2 ounces orange-blossom water.
• 1 tsp. wine vinegar.
• 6 drops rose geranium essential oil.
• 4 drops sandalwood essential oil.
• 1 drop chamomile essential oil.
• 800 UI vitamin E oil. (Puncture a gel capsule with a needle)

Cream for Dry Skin
• 3/4 ounces beeswax, shaved. (do not use paraffin)
• 1 cup vegetable oil.
• 1 cup of distilled water.
• 800 IU vitamin E (from a liquid gel)
• 24 drops rose geranium essential oil.
• Heat beeswax and oil in a pot until beeswax melts.
• In separate pot, heat water.
• Remove the center part of the blender’s lid and pour the water in.
• Turn the blender on high speed.
• Steadily add the oil and wax mixture.
• The whole concoction should begin to solidify.
• Keep adding oil until the mixture does not take any more.
• Turn off the blender and using a spatula.
• Place the cream in a wide mouthed container.

Diet Recommendations

• Increase the consumption of vitamin D. Foods rich in vitamin D are:
– beef
– bread
– cheese
– eggs
– milk
– breakfast cereal
• The diet for a female suffering from menopausal disorder must include:
– Fruits
– Nuts
– Vegetables
– Sprouted seeds
– Alfalfa
– Soybeans
– Cabbage
– Olive oil

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