Useful herbs for women’s health

Femininity for every woman means something different. For some, it is the appearance, for others, inner harmony and tranquility are important, while others express femininity through caring for other people. Each of these actions requires an internal resource.

Restoring an internal resource is an important process. Energy practices and nature itself come to the rescue here. That’s where herbs for a woman’s health can be great allies.

Women have been associated with herbs since time immemorial. Women healers, gatherers and mothers have passed this tradition down from generation to generation to keep herbalism alive and thriving. In this article we will recall this knowledge and talk about useful herbs for women’s health.

Components of women’s health

Medicinal plants play an important role in protecting women’s health in many countries of the world. Plants with a clear therapeutic effect have historically been used as a starting point for the development of new drugs. Based on these observations and experiments, modern pharmaceuticals were obtained.

The human body is a single structure in which each organ is connected to each other. However, some organs require some trace elements, and some require completely different ones. Therefore, talking about what kind of herb for women’s health is necessary in the diet, we will conditionally divide the body into the main functions.

Gastrointestinal care

The digestive system is in constant dialogue with our skin. This is the so-called “gut—skin axis” – although the symptoms of intestinal health problems can be incredibly diverse, the skin becomes an excellent barometer of what is happening inside.

In addition, the intestine is the place where 70% of our immune system is located. It is important to control your digestive health in order to feel good and, of course, to have clean, radiant skin.

Trillions of strains of bacteria and microbes live in the human gastrointestinal tract. This microbiome supports homeostasis throughout the body. The following herbs can support it:

Mint. It soothes irritation in the gastrointestinal tract, reducing pain and spasm. Mint helps to get rid of nausea and flatulence, has a local analgesic, antiseptic effect. In «Herbal Selection №10» and «Herb infusion No.10» the action of mint is combined with tansy, fennel for the prevention of diseases of the biliary system.

St. John’s wort is an antibacterial plant that enhances the separation of bile, tones the body, helps restore strength after intestinal disorders and poisoning. Try «Herbal Selection №1» and «Herb Infusion No.1» with St. John’s wort, calendula flowers and yarrow to improve bowel function.

Greek fenugreek seeds for lowering blood sugar levels, recovering from colds and removing toxins and harmful substances from the body. «Herbal Selection №2» and «Herbal infusion No.2» with fenugreek infusion, it is effective for atherosclerosis, neuroses, colds, diabetes, arthritis. Indeed, a general health effect.

Bearberry in «Herbal Selection №6» and «Herbal infusion No. 6» has anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antiseptic effect. This plant is an excellent prevention of diseases of the bladder and urinary tract, such as cystitis and urethritis.

And to protect the gastrointestinal tract from parasites and dangerous bacteria in «Herbal Selection №7» and «Herbal infusion No. 7» garlic and chamomile are used . These medicinal herbs restore liver cells, dilate blood vessels and relieve skin inflammation.

Calm and clear mind

Many women take the work of the nervous system for granted. Even when the first symptoms of overwork and burnout appear — irritability, decreased mental clarity, fatigue and even physical pain — we ignore them and continue to work hard. The nervous system may simply not be able to cope with such a schedule.

What herbs to drink to improve the functioning of the nervous system?

«Herbal Selection №5» and «Herbal Selection №8» contain the following natural ingredients necessary for women’s health:

Hawthorn and melissa — contain soothing essential oils, flavonoids, carotene, choline, acetylcholine. With aromatherapy, a woman gets inner strength.

Oregano — has a relaxing effect to relax at the end of a difficult day.

Of course, no set of herbs to support the nervous system can do without mint and motherwort. The result is good pressure and a calm mood.

And for periods of severe stress, valerian and its analgesic, soothing effect to relieve spasm and facilitate breathing are necessary.

Watch your diet and make sure you eat regularly. Your glucose reserves should not be depleted — neurons need it for energy. Stick to a balanced diet that includes good levels of vitamins B-12 and D, as well as healthy fats.

Intimate health

Intimate health includes a number of aspects of a woman’s reproductive and sexual health. This term can be used to refer to many different conditions, but when we talk about intimate health and well-being outside of serious medical terms, we mean support for sexual life. In particular, support for aging and menopause.

What herbs will help support women’s health?

Raspberry leaves — contain a large amount of vitamin C, help to reduce and relieve heat (at high tides). Raspberry leaves support the smooth muscles of the uterus, they are used in diseases of the female reproductive system for taking sedentary baths, lotions and douching.

Ginseng root — stimulates female metabolism, tones and rejuvenates muscles and mucous bodies.

Licorice root, chaga, viburnum and rosehip — these herbs help the gastrointestinal tract and diseases of the genitourinary system. By solving these problems, a woman gains additional self-confidence to unleash her energy.

The optimal combination of herbs for a woman’s intimate health is presented in «Herbal Selection №4» and «Infusion of herbs No. 4». External changes will appear immediately after internal ones.

By including herbs in your daily wellness regime, you will fill yourself not only with useful vitamins and minerals, but also with the same vital energy. Filling yourself, there will certainly be more energy that you can share with others.

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