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Some teas can have the same effects as analgesics in alleviating the discomforts of cramps and are much more natural for your body.
Common before or during periods, cramps can be followed by other symptoms, like nausea and back pains that hinder daily life.
To avoid these issues, let’s see a powerful tea that can alleviate period cramps.
You will need:
1 1/2 cups water;
2 cinnamon sticks or 1 teaspoon cinnamon powder;
1 tablespoon marigold;
1 tablespoon fennel;
2 tablespoons chamomile;
1 coffee spoon oregano;
1 tablespoon horsetail;
2 tablespoons carqueja;
0.4 inches ginger slice, peeled and chopped;
1 dessert spoon of valerian or passion fruit leaves (only at night);
Watch the video to learn how to make this powerful tea!
If your cramps are still intense, we encourage you to talk to your gynecologist. In severe cases, the treatment for period cramps prescribed by the gynecologist is made through antidepressant medications or birth control.
Other ways of fighting cramps are drinking plenty of water, avoiding caffeine, such as coffee, chocolate, and Coca-Cola, or practicing light physical activities, like Yoga or Pilates.
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