Menstrual Cycle


Lady's Mantle for Heavy Bleeding
Lady’s Mantle (Alchemilla mollis) is an herb that has traditionally been used in the treatment of painful periods and heavy menstrual flow. Suffering from abnormally excessive menstruation (menorrhagia) or extremely heavy bleeding with your period can lead to symptoms of anemia due to all of the blood loss. Symptoms of anemia might include: fatigue dizziness weakness shortness of breath increased […]

Lady’s Mantle for Excessive Menstrual Bleeding


Shepherd's Purse for Menorrhagia
Shepherd’s Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) is an herb that can help stop or control excessive menstrual bleeding. It is beneficial in stopping bleeding in other cases as well, such as with nosebleeds or postpartum hemorrhage, which is heavy bleeding after delivering a baby. Many midwives carry Shepherd’s Purse as an option to use in cases of heavy bleeding after the mother […]

Shepherd’s Purse for Excessive Menstrual Bleeding


Yarrow for Menstrual Issues
Heavy menstrual bleeding, or menorrhagia, is a difficult problem for women who experience it. Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) is an herbal remedy that can be helpful when menstrual bleeding becomes excessive. Heavy menstrual bleeding that lasts longer than seven days with large clots can negatively impact daily life. Heavy bleeding that soaks through pads frequently can lead to anemia, fatigue, and […]

Yarrow for Heavy Menstrual Bleeding



Nettle Leaf for Menstruation
Nettle, also known as Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica), is a nutrient rich and nourishing herb that makes a great tea or can be taken in pill form. Nettle has been used as a treatment for: heavy menstrual flow and painful menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhea) anemia allergies asthma high blood pressure fibroids hypothyroid adrenal fatigue skin issues such as acne and eczema […]

Nettle Leaf for Menstrual Issues


Red Raspberry Leaf Tea
Red Raspberry Leaf is a wonderful herb with many nutrients. It can be prepared as a tea to help with reproductive issues such as painful menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhea) and heavy flow. During warmer weather you can use Red Raspberry Leaf to make a nice iced tea. You can also mix it with juice or a sweetener for a refreshing drink.┬áIf […]

Red Raspberry Leaf Tea for Menstrual Cramps