Monday, January 16, 2012

Health Questions For Women: Natural Remedies to Troublesome Issues

Being able to discuss health questions for women is not an easy task for many. Finding it embarrassing, many women turn to the Internet for help or to friends. However, keeping in mind the kind of problem you may have, getting your information from reliable sources is essential.

A number of symptoms and illnesses exist that pertain specifically to women. Natural remedies are aplenty and you will find that there are several that can keep symptoms as well as illnesses at bay preventing them from getting worse. Research on a number of herbs has shown that there are several medicinal properties in them that pertain to women's illnesses.

The Black Cohosh is part of the Buttercup family. It can be taken as a nutritional supplement in the form of tablets, infusion tea and liquid extracts. It helps menopausal women deal with hot flushes, vaginal dryness, heart palpitations, and migraines and keep the symptoms in check.

Several women related illnesses can be dealt with, with dandelion root. This can be used as a dried leaf infusion, dried root decoction, a powder based extract and also a root tincture The early results from research shows that it can even act as a preventive for cancer.

Since it has diuretic properties, it can bring down water retention. It brings down the stress of pain filled pre-menstrual cramps and the discomfort of pregnancy. The production of bile is stimulated and it brings down the possibility of painful menopause and period cycles.

Pregnancy can be all about hormonal imbalances. It can take place, before, during and even right after your pregnancy. For most, anemia and weakness are common and if neglected can cause serious harm.

In China, Japan, and Korea, Dong Quai from the celery family is commonly used. Called the female ginseng, it prevents blood from stagnating since it has anti-coagulant properties. This purifies the system post pregnancy, alleviates pain and relaxes muscles thereby preventing uterine cramps. It can be had as a raw root, a tablet or even liquid extracts.

To prevent the chances of spotting during pregnancy you can chew on raspberry leaves. In menopausal women it tones the uterus reducing chances of hot flushes and excessive bleeding.

In all of these cases, you have to keep in mind possible allergies and individual body make-up. The reaction of each woman to a herb can be different and therefore, it is best taken under the supervision of a medical professional.

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