Apart from during childhood, pregnancy, breastfeeding or menopause, the absence of the menstrual period may indicate a problem with the reproductive system. One of the most common causes of amenorrhea is hormonal disturbance. The interplay of female sex hormones can be disrupted by a wide range of events, including diseases of the reproductive organs, extreme weight loss, emotional stress or over-exercising.
Natural Plant Remedies
Home remedies for amenorrhea include the use of various herbs and substances that are easily available from most health outlets but in extreme cases should be managed by your health advisor and not taken for granted as ‘ok’! I like to ensure my first choice is just using a natural wholefood supplement like the Imsyser Tabs that uses medicinal whole plants to not only ensure all your optimal essential mineral, amino acid, vitamin and omega supplies are met but also ensure the availability of plant sterols and sterolins that may help balance hormones to ensure your healthiest balance is maintained:
For most plant healing versus chemical approaches please remember that these take a little longer to prove results as the plants goes to work in the body and produce the necessary results. The wait however is always worth it and counters the negative effect of the chemical route and dealing with other side effects and or the need for detoxing thereafter to improve health in all other areas. We have seen change around even in hair colour from grey back to original in time over and above woman falling pregnant with the help of the Imsyser range. Further plant medicinal support might be sort by:
Angelica Sinensis has been traditionally used in labour problems such as delayed birth and in the removal of the placenta after birth. The root of Angelica has also been used in relieving from amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea. Recent scientific research carried out at the University Of Messina, Italy has proved that Angelica has significant effect on gynaecological problems in women, especially with amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea.
Blue Cohosh is a plant that has been used in traditional medicine, Ayurveda-style throughout the world. It is believed that blue cohosh is a very good uterine and menstruation stimulant. Its phytochemical calulopsonin provides stimulation for blood flow in the pelvic region. Recent scientific study on blue cohosh indicates that it really has the potential to cure amenorrhea and other gynaecological diseases.
Dill weed is another herbal plant which has been used traditionally both as medicine and also in cooking. Women who do not have regular periods can take dill and can have periods on a regular basis. For centuries, dill has been used by women in enhancing breast milk.
False unicorn is also a traditional herb which has been used very often as a medicine for women’s gynaecological health. People believed that false unicorn has infertility curing properties. Recent scientific study proved that false unicorn indeed has some infertility curing properties.
Lemon balm is another herb that has been used historically in the treatment of amenorrhea and other menstrual related problems in women. It promotes menstrual cycle and eases menstrual cramps. It has also been used in amenorrhea related migraines and headaches. Research on lemon balm indicated the centuries old claims were actually true.
Sweet fennel is an herb which has a good effect in stimulating menstrual cycle. Sweet fennel has been found to be effective in premenstrual syndrome. It helps in maintaining optimum fluid balance in the body.
Trigonella is considered to be a one-stop solution for many problems faced by women related to menstrual cycle and reproduction. Trigonella has been used with positive results in milk production, amenorrhea, relief from menstrual cramps and hot flashes, etc.
Chasteberry is one herb that provides balance of hormones in the body, especially those related to oestrogen and progesterone hormones. Hormonal balance is very important in correcting the menstrual cycle. The balance of hormones that chasteberry provides has a role to play in fertility in women.
Tomato is another fruit that helps in treating amenorrhea. Taking tomato juice every day is recommended for better results. Even Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of traditional medicine recommends the intake of tomatoes as a remedy for amenorrhea.
This spice has been traditionally used as a cure for different ailments, one of them being amenorrhea. A report submitted at Alexandria University in Egypt had found that adolescent girls were using spices and herbs and spices for treating amenorrhea and one of them was cinnamon.
Saffron is an antioxidant believed to act as a toxin flushing agent in the body. Boiling a pinch of saffron in water, cooling it and taking the water all day is believed to help a lot.
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