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Resort to these Ayurvedic herbs for Menstrual Disorders

Ayurveda By Varsha Vats , Onlymyhealth editorial team / Oct 05, 2018
Resort to these Ayurvedic herbs for Menstrual Disorders

Ayurveda recommends different types of treatment to treat menstrual problems. These include nourishing and toning herbs and rejuvenating treatments.

Unbearable pain, unusual heavy or light bleeding, missed periods and lower back pain indicate messed up menstrual cycle. These signs should be treated well on time. You should not depend on pain killers to treat menstrual cramps. Ayurvedic remedies can help in treating period pain more effectively. They are more safer and will not possess any side effects.

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, you must try the natural remedies mentioned below:

  • Menstrual cycle not occurring at regular intervals
  • Halted or painful periods
  • Increased or decreased quantity of blood
  • Backache during periods
  • Pain and heaviness in head
  • Irritating or gloomy nature
  • Loss of appetite

Ayurveda recommends different types of treatment to treat menstrual problems. Some of them are:

Parsley

Parsley or kothimeera is one of the most effective ayurvedic medicines for menstrual disorders. It increases blood flow and assists in regularising the monthly cycle because it consists of apiol, which is a constituent of the female sex hormone estrogens. Make a concoction of parsley, beetroot, carrot and cucumber juices to relieve menstrual cramps. The recommended quantity is 75 ml of each of the four juices. A woman who has given birth recently benefits from this method the most because along with relief from menstrual cramps, she also gets a wide variety of vitamins and nutrients that are beneficial for her and the baby.

Ginger

Ginger is also known as Allam in ayurveda. Cut few slices of ginger and boil them in a cup of water for a few minutes. Sweeten the infusion with sugar and drink thrice a day after meals for treating menstrual problems. If you are one of the health freaks, you may replace sugar with honey and drink this tonic early morning. 

Sesame Seeds

Another ayurvedic medicine for menstrual disorders is sesame seeds. Take half a teaspoon of sesame seeds powder with hot water two times in a day. It acts as an excellent remedy for reducing spasmodic pain during menstruation. You can also use sesame seed oil to massage abdomen area. 

Papaya

If your menstrual flow is improper, you must eat unripe papaya which helps muscle contraction of the uterus and thus ensure proper blood flow. Papaya is very helpful in treating menstruation related problems.

Also read: Causes of Irregular Periods

Coriander Seeds

When encountering excessive menstruation, boil six grams of coriander seeds or dhaniyalu in half litre of water. Take it off the gas when the water is reduced to half. Drink it while it is still warm. You can also add sugar to it to enhance its taste. 

Ashoka

The bark of the Ashoka tree is used as an effective remedy for excessive blood loss during the monthly period which occurs due to uterine fibroids and other causes. Prepare a decoction of 90 gm of ashoka bark boiled in 30 ml of milk and 360 ml of water till the quantity is reduced to 90 gm. Drink this 90 gm in one day, in two or three doses. Start this treatment from the fourth day of the monthly period and continue until the bleeding occurs. Make a fresh concoction for each day.

Menstrual disorders are systematic in origin and can be treated only when the whole system dealt with. The toxicity should be removed from the body the overall health should be taken care of. Along with all these ayurvedic medicines for menstrual disorders, you need to take a well balanced diet with emphasis on fresh fruits, raw vegetables, and wholegrain cereals.

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