25 Natural ๐ŸŽRemedies for Menstrual ๐Ÿšฉ Cramps and Pain ๐Ÿ˜ฃ for Girls Needing Relief without Pills ๐Ÿ’Š ...

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That time of the month can be mildly uncomfortable or completely debilitating.

You probably just want to crawl under the covers of your bed and stay there for the duration.

Trouble is life has to go on.

If you suffer pains and cramps, I've got here a laundry list of things you can try.

1. Use a Heated Towel as a Hot Compress

Or use a hot water bottle or a heating pad.

Place on your lower abdomen.

Use a Heated Towel as a Hot Compress

2. Some Might Prefer a Cold Pack

Use an ice pack or some ice cubes in a bag wrapped in a towel.

Some Might Prefer a Cold Pack

3. Drink Carrot Juice or Eat Raw Carrot

This facilitates blood flow on your menstruation days.

Drink Carrot Juice or Eat Raw Carrot

4. Drink Raspberry Leaf Tea

This will help relax the abdominal muscles.

Drink Raspberry Leaf Tea

5. Do Cardio Exercises and Aerobics Daily

It increases the flow of endorphins, which is a natural painkiller.

Do Cardio Exercises and Aerobics Daily

6. Eat Oily Fish

The omega 3s will help with hormone imbalances.

Try sardine, mackerel, salmon, herring etc

Eat Oily Fish

7. Avoid Super Tight Clothes

Leave them in the closet.

Your tummy needs room to move when it's cramping.

Leave off the waist-cinching belts too.

Avoid Super Tight Clothes

8. Drink White Willow Bark Tea

White willow is Mother Nature's aspirin.

Drink White Willow Bark Tea

9. Drink Blackstrap Molasses in Milk

Add one to two tablespoons of blackstrap molasses to a cup of warm milk and drink it when cramps begin.3

The molasses is rich in iron, calcium, selenium, manganese, magnesium, potassium, and vitamin

B6 which help soothe the uterine muscles and lessen blood clots.

Drink Blackstrap Molasses in Milk

10. Drink Some Chasteberry Tea

Can be found on the herbal tea shelf or make your own by steeping dried berries in boiled water.

Drink Some Chasteberry Tea

11. Drink Plenty of Water

Staying hydrated is paramount during your period.

Staying hydrated will help reduce bloating.

Drink it warm or hot to help ease the pain of cramps.

Drink Plenty of Water
Reduce Your Consumption of Salt
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