Ten Tips For Women With PMS

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Water retention, mood swings, sore breasts, and indigestion are problems experienced by many women in the week precedent menstruation. Here are a few tips to help ease these discomforts.


  1. 10-20 drops of dandelion root tincture in a cup of water with meals and before bed.
  2. A strong infusion (one ounce of dried herb in a quart of boiling water, brewed overnight) of the common weed, stting nettle, not only relieves, but also helps prevent further episodes of water retention. Weed says she drinks a cup or more of this infusion daily whenever she wants to nourish her kidneys and adrenals.


  1. Tincture of the flowering tops of fresh motherwort is a favorite calmative of herbalist Weed. She uses 5-10 drops in a small amount of water as a dose, which she repeats as needed, sometimes as frequently as 3-4 times an hour, until the desired effect is achieved. "I never feel drugged or groggy or out-of-it when I use motherwort to help me calm down," she says.
  2. For women who consistently feel premenstrual rage, use 20-30 drops of motherwort tincture twice a day for a month to help stabilize mood swings. Make it a priority to take a moon day – one day right before or at the start of the menstrual flow which is set aside for you and you alone.
  3. One or more cups of an infusion of the herb oatstraw (the grass of the plant that gives us oatmeal) helps the nerves calm down and provides a rich source of minerals known to soothe frazzled emotions.


  1. 20-30 drops of the tincture of cleavers, another common weed, works wonders. This plant, also called "goose grass", was used as a black tea substitute by the colonists. The dose may be repeated every hour or up to 6 times a day.
  2. Women who get a lot of calcium and magnesium from their diet (leafy greens, yogurt, and many herbs are rich in these minerals) have less breast tenderness. Increase the minerals in your diet with a cup or more of red clover / mint infusion daily.
  3. Large cage leaves, steamed whole until soft, and applied as warm as tolerable, can be used as a soothing compress on breasts which are sore and swollen.


  1. A daily dose of 1 teaspoonful / 5ml yellow dock root vinegar.
  2. A cup of yogurt in the morning (buy it plain and add fruit at home) replays gut flora and ensures easy digestion all day long.

Legal Disclaimer : This content is not intended to replace conventional medical treatment. Any suggestions made and all herbs listed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, condition or symptom. Personal directions and use should be provided by a clinical herbalist or other qualified healthcare practitioner with a specific formula for you . All material contained herein is provided for general information purposes only and should not be considered medical advice or consultation. Contact a reputable healthcare practitioner if you are in need of medical care. Exercise self-empowerment by seeking a second opinion.

Source by Susun Weed

Thеrе’ѕ nо denуing that wе’rе all slowlу going back tо nаture. And I mean that litеrally. People nowаdаys are starting to live sіmpler and healthier by gоіng bаck to the baѕicѕ. How basіc? Wеll, a lot of рeoрle turning to hеrbѕ аѕ an alternatіve wаy of healing. Herbal mediсine haѕ bееn arоund for centurieѕ. According to Steven Chasens, аn herbalist, “Hеrbal medicine haѕ been uѕеd as kitchen medіcіne for thousands оf yeаrs, and whilе оur body’s respоnse to thеѕе natural trеatmеnts haѕ nоt changеd, we nоw hаvе mоre global choiceѕ thаn еvеr.” Please keep in mind, however, thаt not all herbal suррlements аrе appropriate for all pеoplе, ѕo сheсk with уоur doctor to see if you’re іn the cleаr. Bе sure to conѕult your personal physician bеfоrе makіng major changes to your dіеt. Always practіce precаutionаry measures before uѕing anу of theѕe herbs. Consult with a medical professional fоr thе best way of using thеm. Thіѕ warning iѕ is especiаlly fоr pregnant wоmen, breastfeedіng mothers, people tаking blood thіnnеrs, реoрlе with high blood prеssurе, etc.

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