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  Ayurvedic-Herbal medicine for MENSTRUAL DISORDERS

Most of the females suffer from Menstrual disorders. Several ladies get so much disappointed that they consider this disease as incurable and a part of their life. The main symptoms of this disease are as follows:

  • Menstrual period not at proper time
  • Menstrual period stopped or accompanied with pain
  • Increased or decreased quantity of blood
  • Backache during the days of menstrual period
  • Pain and heaviness in head
  • Irritative or gloomy nature
  • Loss of appetite

YOUNGEVER Treatment for Menustral disorders :

  • Aloevera juice 30ml twice daily with a glass of water 30min before food.
  • Healthy lady powder 1 teaspoon with a glass of buttermilk twice daily after food.
  • Regular intake of leafy vegetables.

Aloevera juice Healthy lady powder Goteertham

Treatment of Menstrual Disorders:
.Menstrual Problems treatment using Parsley (kothimeera)
Parsley is one of the most effective among the several home remedies in the treatment of menstrual disorders. It increases menstruation and assists in the regularization of the monthly periods. This action is due to the presence of apiol, which is a constituent of the female sex hormone estrogens. Cramps, which are a result of menstrual irregularities, are relieved and frequently corrected entirely by the regular use of parsley juice, particularly in conjunction with beet juice; or with beet, carrot, and cucumber juices. The recommended quantity is 75 ml of each of the four juices. This is considered to be an excellent method of treating menstrual problems after pregnancy as it also helps to provide the mother with a wide variety of vitamins and nutrients that are beneficial to both her and her baby.
2.Ginger (Allam)
A piece of fresh ginger should be pounded and boiled in a cup of water for a few minutes. The infusion, sweetened with sugar, should be used thrice daily after meals as a medicine for treating this condition. You can use honey instead of sugar if you wish to and it would be best to have this tonic as soon as you wake up in the morning.
3.Sesame Seeds (Nuvvulu)
Sesame seeds are valuable in menstrual problems. Half a teaspoon of powder of these seeds, taken with hot water twice daily, acts excellently in reducing spasmodic pain during menstruation in young, unmarried anaemic girls. Its regular use, two days prior to the expected periods, cures scanty menstruation. A warm hip bath containing a handful of crushed sesame seeds should be simultaneously taken along with this recipe.
The unripe papaya helps the contractions of the muscle fibres of the uterus and is thus beneficial in securing a proper menstrual flow. Papaya is especially helpful when menstruation ceases due to stress or fright in young unmarried girls.
5.Marigold (Banthi puvvu)
The herb Marigold, named after the Virgin Mary, is useful in allaying any pain during menstruation and facilitating menstrual flow. An infusion of the herb should be given in doses of one tablespoon twice daily for the treatment of these disorders.
6.Coriander seeds (Dhaniyalu)
Coriander seeds are also beneficial in the treatment of excessive menstruation. Six grams of these seeds should be boiled in half a litre of water. This decoction should be taken off the fire when only half the water remains. Sugar candy (Patika bellam) should be added to it and the patient should drink it when it is still warm.
The bark of the Ashoka tree is an effective remedy for excessive blood loss during the monthly period which occurs due to uterine fibroids and other causes. It should be given in the form of decoction in treating this condition. About 90 gm of the bark should be boiled in 30 ml of milk and 360 ml of water till the total quantity is reduced to about 90 gm. This quantity should be given in one day, in two or three doses. The treatment should commence from the fourth day of the monthly period and should be continued till the bleeding is checked. A fresh decoction should be made for use each day.
Menstrual Problems diet :
1.All-fruit diet

The various disorders relating to menstrual flow, being systemic in origin, can be tackled only by treating the system as a whole, so as to remove the toxicity from the body and build up the general health level of the sufferer. To undertake such a scheme of all-round, health-building treatment, the sufferer should begin with an all-fruit diet for about five days, taking three meals a day of fresh, juicy fruits. However, if there is excessive weight loss during the all-fruit diet, those already underweight may add a glass of milk to each fruit meal.
2.Well-balanced diet
After the all fruit diet, the sufferer should adopt a well-balanced diet, with emphasis on fresh fruits, raw vegetables, and wholegrain cereals.
3.Avoid white flour products, sugar, confectionery, tinned or preserved foods, strong tea/coffee.

Ayurvedic herbal remedies for heavy periods or menorrhagia or abnormal menstrual bleeding : Ashokarishta, Lodhrasava, Patrangasava, Pushyanuga churna, Pradararipu rasa, Pradarantaka rasa and Pradarantaka loha are some of the common ayurvedic herbal remedies for heavy periods.

Maha Sacral Mudra
Maha Sacral Mudra
This Mudra is done with both hands. The ring fingers of both hands touch and the little fingers are on the thumbs. Hold this position for ten breaths. Now place the pads of the little fingers together and place the ring fingers on the thumbs. This Mudra is done 3 times a day for seven minutes before food. It is good for complaints of the lower abdomen. It can provide relief from pain during menstuation and provide relief from bladder and prostrate complaints as well.

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