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What are different home remedies for Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)? – Part 2

What is Premenstrual Syndrome?

• Premenstrual Syndrome which is more commonly referred to as PMS can be described as a very common condition that affects most women, when they are going through the ovulation process.
• There are several signs and symptoms experienced by women during this period.
• Most of them can be quite unpleasant.
• A woman going through PMS usually goes through a combination of physical, psychological, emotional and mood disturbances soon after the ovulation period.

Symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome

• Social withdrawal
• Changes in appetite, food cravings or even aversions
• Crying bouts and spells
• Increase in tension and anxiety
• Lack of concentration
• Trouble falling asleep, fitful sleep or other sleep-related disorders
• Intense irritability or even outright anger
• Depression and mood swings
• Digestive problems such as constipation or diarrhea
• Tenderness in the breasts
• Weight gain because of fluid retention by the body
• Severe headaches
• Outbreaks of acne
• Bloating in the abdominal area
• Extreme weakness, tiredness or fatigue
• Pain in the joints and muscles

Causes for Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

• Poor Dietary Habits
• Depression
• Hormonal Changes
• Stress
• Brain Chemical Changes

Home Remedies for Premenstrual Syndrome

10. Turkey
• It supplies tryptophan, an amino acid that converts into serotonin, a mood-enhancer.
• Cottage cheese is another source of tryptophan.

11. Marigold Herb
• Taking a teaspoon of an infusion prepared from marigold herb is useful.
• Take it two times in a day.

12. Cinnamon
• Drink a glass of milk mixed with half a teaspoon of cinnamon.

13. Coriander Seeds
• Boil half liter water with six grams of coriander seeds in it and when the water reduces to half then stop boiling and strain the mixture and drink this mixture on a regular basis.

14. Ginger
• An infusion prepared by boiling a piece of ginger in a cup of water is also very useful.
• This infusion should be regularly taken three times in a day after having meals.

15. Bamboo Leaves
• Regular consumption of bamboo leaves helps to regulate menstrual flow naturally.

16. Beet Juices
• Premenstrual Syndrome can also be treated with Beet Juices.
• One should take 60 to 90 ml of juice at a time.
• Take the juice three times a day.

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

18. Liquorice
• The use of liquorice has also been found useful in treating Premenstrual Syndrome.
• One should take one teaspoon of liquorice daily to handle the Premenstrual Syndrome.

19. Other Home Remedies
• Decoctions prepared from dill, bloodwort, chicory, hermal, lemon grass, rough chaff etc are useful in removing menstrual problems.
• Having a cooked banana flower along with some curd is most effective natural home remedy.
• A combination of cooked asafetida, honey, clarified butter, and goat’s milk is beneficial.
• Taking powdered radish seeds along with cow’s milk is a good natural remedy.
• Having a mixture of warm water and powdered sesame seeds serves as an effective home remedy.
• Consumption of a teaspoon of a mixture of mango bark juice and water every two hours is highly beneficial.
• Taking approximately 13 to 25 grams of Indian Barberry herb serves as an effective home remedy to reduce heavy menstrual bleeding.
• Extract some juice from wood apple leaves and mix some honey in it and consume it regularly.
• Chamomile, parsley, safflower, and squaw vines are excellent home remedies for Menstrual Problems
• Due to deficiency of ovarian hormones there can be calcium deficiency. Taking calcium supplements can help to a great extent. One should also take Vitamin D. Vitamin D helps in assimilation of calcium.
• The herb called Indian spikenard is also an excellent home remedy for Premenstrual Syndrome.
• Exercising regularly will help a lot in this condition.

To increase your levels of estrogen try increasing the 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

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