Dysmenorrhea is a common problem that can be observed in 50 percent of women during their menstrual periods. It can be evaluated under two main groups. Primary dysmenorrhea, without any related cause; secondary dysmenorrhea is a pelvic disorder (like a chocolate cyst) depending on it. Menstrual pain is usually in the groin and is expressed as inguinal pain before, during and after menstruation as of the period of pain. Some herbal teas can be helpful in relieving common complaints during this period.

Plants with spasm-relieving effects can be used to alleviate the contraction/spasm complaints that occur in people during this period. For this purpose, yarrow, chamomile and rosebud will help relieve the spasm in the uterus, as well as reduce the tension that occurs in women during the menstrual period with their mild soothing properties, and will help the person relax.

Prostaglandin suppressors such as turmeric and willow bark can be helpful in removing edema and relieving pain during menstruation.

Red clover, which has herbal estrogen properties, binds to estrogenic receptors in the body and partially blocks the binding of the estrogen hormone secreted during the menstrual period. Herbal products such as dandelion, which support liver functions, are used to ensure that the exposed estrogen is rapidly broken down in the liver.

On the other hand, shepherd’s bag is useful in order to reduce menstrual bleeding and keep it under control.


Instead of preparing these herbs separately, the tea mixture prepared for these special days for women is among the herbal teas in the markets. Drinking this tea 4 times a day during the menstrual period can be effective. If 3-4 consecutive menstrual cycles are used for one week, it should be stronger.

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