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Actaea racemosa Native to North America, black cohosh is a member of the buttercup family, which also includes several other medicinal herbs, such as aconite, goldenseal, and pulsatilla. It is most abundant in the Ohio River Valley, but it c…   Read More

 
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Vitex agnus-castus Chasteberry is the fruit of the chaste tree, a small Central Asian and Mediterranean shrub. Women have used it for menstrual problems for thousands of years. In recent years, several clinical scientific studies have shown …   Read More

 
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Dioscorea villosa Natural progesterone is made by synthesizing plants such as wild yams and soybeans into progesterone. As a result, some manufacturers market wild yam cream as a form of natural progesterone as well. However, wild yam cream …   Read More

 
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Oenothera spectabilis Introduction This native North American wildflower with bright yellow petals that open at dusk is often called "evening star." The seeds of the Evening Primrose flower are a rich source of Omega-6 fatty acids which …   Read More

 

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What is PMS?

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) refers to a broad range of symptoms that typically occur about 5 to 11 days before a woman begins her menstrual cycle. Symptoms usually stop when menstruation begins, or shortly thereafter. Symptoms can be emotional, physical or psychological; irritability, mood swings, are fatigue, bloating, and breast tenderness are all common. Most women experience some degree of premenstrual symptoms. A small percentage experience severe symptoms known as Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD). Please consult a doctor if you experience symptoms that you find impossible to manage.

 

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