Premenstrual syndrome is a disorder that affects many women usually one to two weeks before menstruation begins. Symptoms can include any of the followings - bloating, anxiety, breast tenderness, irritability, moodiness, fluid retention, insomnia, backache, joint pains, nervousness, discomfort and cramps. During this period 30 to 40 percent of all women have reported symptoms that are severe enough to interfere with day-to-day lives. The Chinese believes that the main factors contributing to these symptoms that occur as a women approaches menstruation are caused by blood and liver energy deficiencies.
Forever Health Herbs have formulated Menstrual Ease Chi to help women supplement their deficient blood and liver energy in addition to providing relief from these premenstrual symptoms. Regarded as a liver and blood tonic Menstrual Ease Chi will help restore hormonal and blood balance within the body. It has antispasmodic properties to help alleviate cramps and calm the central nervous system. It helps invigorate the blood and can be used for condition of blood stagnation, which can caused backaches, abdominal or menstrual pain, as well as effectively clearing and dispersing congestion of the liver. This increase stimulation of blood flow in the body can help improve uterus and liver function. Menstrual Ease Chi's mild stimulating effects on the internal organs make it useful for treating anxiety, depression and other irritabilities of P.M.S. This formula can also help reduce bloating, breast tenderness and other premenstrual symptoms.
Ingredients - 100% natural motherwort, cyperus, peony, dan shen, ligusticum, corydalis, curcuma, dong quai, cyathula.
Forever Health Menstrual Ease Chi (60 capsules) - $13.99 To Order
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