Health Questions for Women: Natural Remedies for Most Health Issues
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  • Health Questions forWomen: Natural Remedies for Most Health Issues
  • Being able to discuss healthquestions for women is not an easy task for many.
  • It can be embarrassing at times and many women tend to turn online or to friends for some simple remedies.
  • There are a number of naturalsubstances that can help prevent and cure any illness.
  • Research has been doneon a number of herbs thathave medicinal qualitiespertaining specifically towomen’s issues.
  • The Black Cohoshbelongs to theButtercup family.
  • It can be had as a nutritional supplement in the form oftablets, infusion tea, and liquid extracts.
  • It helps menopausal women dealwith hot flushes, vaginaldryness, heart palpitations, andmigraines and keep thesymptoms in check.
  • Dandelion root is anotherherb that can be used for anumber of women-specificillnesses.
  • It can be used as a dried leaf infusion, dried root decoction, a powdered extract, and even a root tincture.
  • It acts as a preventive tobreast cancer and worksas a diuretic, bringingdown water retention.
  • This helps relieve the stress ofpainful pre-menstrual cramps and discomfort during pregnancy.
  • It also stimulates bile production and reduces the chances of a troublesome menopause and menstrual cycle.
  • Hormonal imbalance canhappen at the beginningof your pregnancy, duringand most definitely afterdelivery as well.
  • For many, weakness and anemiais a common problem and if nottaken care of it can escalate into something more serious.
  • Dong Quai from thecelery family is usedlargely inChina, Japan, as well asKorea.
  • Hailed as the female ginseng,it prevents stagnation of bloodbecause of its anticoagulantproperties.
  • This purifies the system postpregnancy, alleviates pain and relaxes muscles thereby preventing uterine cramps.
  • It can be had as a raw root, atablet or even liquid extracts.
  • Chewing on raspberry leaves helpsprevent spotting during pregnancy.
  • For women approaching menopause,it helps tone the uterus, bringing down the chances of hot flushes and excessive bleeding.
  • The reaction of each womanto a herb can be differentand therefore, it is besttaken under the supervisionof a medical professional.
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