About the Tea: This tea also has some anti-inflammatory properties which could aid in the reduction of the inflammation associated with the condition. Endometriosis For women with endometriosis, herbs are used to rebalance hormones as well as heal tissue. In some cases, an herbal remedy may also help to strengthen the immune system. While an herbal tea can be very potent, it may also take a few months before the full effects are noticed. Angelica sinensis, or dong quai root, has been used to treat gynecological issues such as menopause and painful menstruation for thousands of years. While dong quai purportedly helps with many gynecological issues, using the herb when you have endometriosis might have negative effects. Chaste berry may help menstrual disorders related to excessive prolactin, it normalize both the cycle and the levels of prolactin and progesterone hormones. Its believed to reduce the symptoms of swelling and PMS breast tenderness.
Note: Never use alternative herbal medicine without first consulting with a qualified herbalist. Also, be aware that herbs can interfere with other types of medications, so always tell your herbalist about any medications you are taking. Likewise, inform your doctor about any herbs you are using before starting a new prescription.
Size: 3 oz.
Ingredients: Cramp bark, Wild Yam root, Chaste tree Berries, Echinacea, Mother’s wort, Red Raspberry leaf, Horsetail grass, and Ginger root
Instruction for Infusion: To get the most out of the essential properties of the tea offer us, infuse them by taking 1 teaspoon of herb to 1 cup of boiled water, pour water over herbs, cover, steep for 10-15 mins., strain and enjoy. Drink 2-4 cups daily or as directed by a health care professional.
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