4 Plants That Keep Women Away From The Gynaecologist

Throughout a woman’s life, a woman goes through several stages that affect her genital health: menstruation, fertility, pregnancy, birth, menopause. Let’s remember that some of us are taking contraceptive treatments for long periods of time. That’s why it’s not a myth when we say women are “more sensitive.” In this article you will discover 4 plants that will keep you away from the unpleasant visits to the¬†gynaecologist

Dong quai

This plant has Chinese origin and is extremely useful in case of irregular menstruation, premenstrual syndrome and dysmenorrhea (menstrual pain). It is rich in vitamin B12, ferulic acid (a muscle relaxant) and a coumarin derivative, a substance that improves circulation, but can be toxic in large quantities at the same time. The plant is useful for women with gynecological problems, but it is forbidden to pregnant women as well as those who suffer from diarrhea or endometriosis.

Blue cohosh

A medical plant from North America that has been used since ancient times for the health of the uterus. Recently, it has been discovered that its beneficial action is due to an alkaloid that has an antispastic role. Also combat menstrual pain, regulate blood loss. In the past, American Indians used it as a contraceptive method.

Cinnamon

The sweetness of this spice warms the body, acts as a general tonic and relieves menstrual cramps. Women who always have cold and dry hands or feet, or who have a high risk of osteoporosis, are the big beneficiaries of a cinnamon-rich diet.

Vitex agnus-castus (The Fruit of Chastity)

It was used in the past by medieval monks who, by adding this plant in their daily diet, sought to suppress their sexual desire. So the plant has the property of reducing exaggerated sexual appetite and relieves hormone function by acting directly on the pituitary gland. It also solves problems such as infertility, abundant, irregular menstruation, premenstrual syndrome. Its taste is bitter, but good results appear after a few months of treatment.

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