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Menstrual Cramps Tea

Women get menstrual cramps before, after, and during the menstrual cycle. personally, i get them really bad, and my grandma found out that oregano tea is very good to make this pain go away in a matter of minutes, plus it also tastes very good.

Things you will need:
cup, napkin, oregano, sugar, small pot, water, tea spoon

Preparation:
1. in a pot, add a cup of water and about half a tea spoon of oregano (leave until water comes to a boil)
2. put a napkin inside a cup so that the edges of the napkin come out of the rim of the cup in a way that you can pull the napkin out later on
3. when the water in the pot comes to a boil, pour it into the cup with the napkin inside
4. pull the napkin out of the cup (all of the oregano should have stayed in the napkin, that way when you pull the napkin out of the cup all of the oregano will be gone and only the tea will be left)
5. carefully pull the napkin with all of the oregano out of the cup
6. add as much sugar to the tea as you like
7. stir and drink

This easy-to-make tea is made in about less than 15 minutes, and will take the menstrual cramps away in a matter of minutes

Hope i helps, and good luck :]
<< salt n pepa >>

Thanks for this great

Thanks for this great information. It was due to the urgency and seriousness of the problem with me at home that made me to do a research on this menstraul cramp and i thank God i stumble to your post. But please, the oregano you talked about, how does it look? Is it in the form of leave or in a processed form? And how possible will it be for me to lay my hands on it, cause i reside in nigeria. One more question please, how long will someone boil the content in the pot? Please i await your reply cause you will be helping to put smiles again on one's face.
INNOCENT
NIGERIA

dear innocent in Nigeria,

dear innocent in Nigeria, what salt n pepa is talking about is leaves and you could grow your own if you can get some oregano seeds. This herb is also used in italian food such as spaghetti sauce. And as you ask the the article says "in a pot, add a cup of water and about half a tea spoon of oregano (leave until water comes to a boil)" I personally would boil it for 1 minute not a hard boil though as water to boil over. I just found this site also .
hope i've helped
Dawn

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