Spectrum Herbal PMT Support Oil

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Spectrum Herbal PMT Support contains natural herbs traditionally used to aid relief of pre-menstrual symptoms and general period pains as well as helping to maintain normal menstrual functions. These herbs aid in assisting the management of irregular periods, pre-menstrual tension and management of pain associated with menstrual cramps and pre-menstrual breast pain.

 

DOSAGE

1ml (20 drops) in cold liquid such as water or juice,  4 times daily.

 

Spectrum Herbal PMT Support ingredients

Paeonia, Chaste Tree, Chamomile, Couch Grass, Raspberry and Dong Quai, Ethanol, Purified Water.

 

Herbs Traditional use

Paeonia menstrual cramps, polycystic ovary syndrome, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and for starting menstruation

Chaste Tree; lowers prolactin and raises progesterone. For some women, this alone will improve symptoms. Chaste tree extract has been used to manage symptoms related to premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and cyclic breast pain.

Chamomile; Because this herb is also a nervine and mild sedative it may help to reduce stress, relax the nervous system and induce a restful state in the body. This can be very useful when experiencing menstrual cramping accompanied by anxiety and irritability.

Couch Grass: helpful for inflammation, fever, and water retention.

Raspberry; helpful in reducing PMS and cramping. It has a high nutrient profile and is especially high in calcium.

Dong Quai; traditionally used to help to reduce menstrual cramps, poor circulation. It has both analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. Dong Quai is also a hormonal balancing herb.

 

CAUTION:

Do not use if pregnant.

NOTE

These claims are based on traditional use. The information provided is meant to be a guide and should never replace professional advise.  Always consult a health professional and do not self diagnose. If symptoms persist, please consult a healthcare practitioner.