5 Ways To Relieve Peroid Cramping Naturally.

Let’s face it. Having to dealing to cramping on a monthly basis sucks. And I remember when I used to have to do with it everything on month. Since making changes over the last five years I am proud to say I do not deal with psinful cramps. Here are a few tips I can share my own personal experience following the holistic masters. 

1. Change Your Diet.

Fake and fast foods never do the body good. What are fake foods ? Anything processed in a plant. And we all know the conscience of fast foods. Yet these foods are robbing our bodies of valuable nutrients. 

A balanced, brightly colored plate is essential.  Eat more from nature. The more fruits vegetables, grains, and nuts, the better. Drink a smoothie from juice. Lower your consumption of meat to lean cuts of chicken and  healthy fish like salmon. Remove dairy and replace with plant based alternatives: Almond, Cashew, Coconut, Hemp, Rice, Oat Milk, ect.  The more nutritious foods you eat, the lower intensity of your cramps  

2. Get Some Turmeric

Turmeric is a natural spice that has powerful anti-inflammatory properties thanks to its active ingredient curcumin. Drinking turmeric tea every day will surely stop the inflammation and pain in your body. The spice can relax your body and heal your painful joints and can be safely consumed by everyone, although it’s not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women. Here’s how to prepare a pot of healthy turmeric tea: 

Ingredients 4 cups of water 1 teaspoon of powdered turmeric Lemon or honey to taste Preparation Pour the water in a pot and bring it to a boil, then add the turmeric and boil for another 15-20 minutes. Strain the tea in the end and leave it to cool down before adding the lemon and honey. Drink a cup of the tea every day and you will get rid of the pain. 

3. Get Herbal Releif

Herbal teas, tinctures, and others have been used for thousands of years for healing, well before modern medicine. Herbs have long been known to have healing properties. It’s just a matter of know what best used for you. Check out the list below. 

Red Raspberry Tea 

Red raspberry leaves are also high in potassium, iron, and b-vitamins which help to reduce cramping and nausea and keep your energy up. They’re also high in Vitamin C, which is great for supporting your immune system, and magnesium, a very important mineral many of us are lacking. Not getting enough sleep, being constantly on the run, and stress all contribute to magnesium deficiencies which in turn contribute to cramps and PMS. 

Great in tea form

1oz $20 4oz $45 

Crampbark and False Unicorn

Promotes fertility if children are desired. Corrects male and female reproductive organs. Prevents miscarriage and stops threatening miscarriage. This combination is a most valuable formulation for correction of all types of female as well as male disorders of genital-urinary areas as well as the kidney and liver problems. Settles stomach and cleans the blood stream. 

Available in a liquid hebal tincture from Blooming Lotus Wellness. 

1oz $20

4oz $45

F.P. (FEMININE PROBLEMS) This combination includes White Pond Lily, Black Cohosh, Sarsaparilla, Blue Cohosh, Passion Flower.

It provides, for a woman's system, a veritable smorgasbord of cleansing, healing, corrective, hormonal and cosmetic herbs for the entire female system. In this way, her system can pick and choose exactly what is desired to normalize the reproductive tract and promote healthy sexual function, nourishing, maintaining and rejuvenating for the female system. Clients have reported back to me that it stops cramps it’s tracks.  

Available in a liquid hebal tincture from Blooming Lotus Wellness. 1oz $20 4oz $45 

4. Massage With Essential Oils for Pain Relief Massage with certain aromatic essential oils (such as lavender essential oil, clary sage essential oil, or marjoram essential oil) can also relieve menstrual cramp pain, according to a study published in May 2012 in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research. Investigators assigned 48 women with menstrual cramps and other symptoms to massage either essential oils or a synthetic fragrance on their lower abdomen. The women used a mixture of diluted essential oils from the end of one period to the beginning of the next. Lavender, clary sage, and marjoram were used in a 2-1-1 ratio, and the essential oils were diluted to a 3 percent concentration overall in an unscented cream (a solution created, for example, by adding 3 milliliters (ml) of essential oils to 97 ml of an unscented cream).

4.Massage With Essential Oils for Pain Relief

Aromatic essential oils such as :

Lavendar 

Clary Sage 

Marjoram 

Dragon Time (Young Living) 

Progressive Plus (Young Living) 

All relieve menstrual cramp pain, according to a study published in May 2012 in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research. Investigators assigned 48 women with menstrual cramps and other symptoms to massage either essential oils or a synthetic fragrance on their lower abdomen. The women used a mixture of diluted essential oils from the end of one period to the beginning of the next. Lavender, clary sage, and marjoram were used in a 2-1-1 ratio, and the essential oils were diluted to a 3 percent concentration overall in an unscented cream (a solution created, for example, by adding 3 milliliters (ml) of essential oils to 97 ml of an unscented cream).

Women in both groups reported less pain, but the essential oils group did better. Based on the women's reports, researchers found that the duration of pain was reduced from 2.4 to 1.8 days after self-massaging with essential oils. Essential Oils can be disffused in the air using a diffuser. Best results is mixing a few drops with a carrier oil (Olive, Coconut, ect)  before using directly on skin to avoid irritation and other problems.

Women in both groups reported less pain, but the essential oils group did better. Based on the women's reports, researchers found that the duration of pain was reduced from 2.4 to 1.8 days after self-massaging with essential oils. Just be sure you’re using essential oils safely. The National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy suggests diluting pure essential oils in an unscented cream or lotion or other type of oil before using directly on skin to avoid irritation and other problems. Click here to order your Young Living Essential Oils.



5. Get A Yoni Steam

What is a Yoni Steam ?  It is a ritual of self care and love for one's mind, body and soul. This steam is for every woman, not just those who have been affected by Womb Ailments, but also anthose seeking general Womb Care. This service is a time for Sisterhood, a time to talkr, meditate , and purge together. We support each other every step of the way. This steam incorporates body, mind and spirit wellness to completely eradicate womb dis-ease. Yoni Steam, also known as vaginal steaming is a medicinal, herbal, steam facial for the vagina.Vaginal steam baths, or "bajos" as they are known in Korea, is an ancient remedy for enhancement of female pelvic and uterine health. V- Steams are natural an non-invasive; it's just steam and natural herbs rising into your vagina. Most of these"uterine lavages" us water steeped with medicinal herb to address a slew of aliments including bladder and yeast infections, hemorrhoids, infertility, and irregular and painful periods. The technique is also through to help heal uterine fibroids, cysts, perinel tears, and scarring from C-sections, hysterectomies, and laparsoscpies.V-streaming boots circulation to the pelvis, which means increased oxygenation, dilation of blood vessels, and a relaxing of the pelvic floor muscles that tend to cramp or spasm before. 

Click here to schedule you Yoni Steam Today!

These are just a view tips of simple changes that can be done daily for a happy, wholistic lifestyle. 

For more information about living a pain free, Healthy period lifestyle, contact Danyelle Claxton ,owner and operator of Blooming Lotus Wellness. 

313.960.1234


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