Relieves premenstrual symptoms, regulates the menstrual cycle, relieves pain of menstruation
Used in Herbal Medicine to help relieve premenstrual symptoms and as a hormone normalizer to help stabilize menstrual cycle irregularities. Skullcap, black cohosh, lemon balm, artichoke and feverfew are traditionally used in Herbal Medicine to help relieve the pain associated with menstruation, to help relieve digestive disorders and to help relieve headaches.
Ingredients (organic) fresh** plants each 1 ml contains:
- Vitex (Vitex agnus-castus) (fruit) (1:5) 106 mg
- Skullcap** (Scutellaria officinalis) (herb top) (1:2) 100 mg
- Lemon balm** (Melissa officinalis) (herb top) (1:2) 50 mg
- Artichoke** (Cynara scolymus) (leaf) (1:2) 50 mg
- Feverfew** (Tanacetum parthenium) (herb top) (1:2) 20 mg
- Black cohosh** (Actea racemosa) (root) (1:2) 15 mg
Non-medicinal ingredients: 50% organic* ethyl alcohol, water.
*Certified organic by Ecocert Canada
Dosage: Adults: 30 drops in a little water 3-4 times a day during periods of premenstrual symptoms manifestation of your cycle or 7 to 14 days before menstruation.
Duration of use: Use for a minimum of 3 months to see beneficial effects.
- Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you have gallstones if you have liver problems or liver problems develop symptoms if you are taking hormone-containing medications such as progesterone preparations, oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy, or are taking blood thinners.
- Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.
- Consumption with alcohol, other medications or health products with sedative properties is not recommended
- Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
- Do not use if you are allergic to plants of the Asteraceae/Compositae/Daisy family.
- Do not use if you have a bile duct obstruction.
Known adverse reactions:
- Hypersensitivity, such as allergy can manifest, in which case, discontinue use.
- Some people may experience drowsiness.
- Exercise caution if operating heavy machinery, driving a motor vehicle or involved in activities requiring mental alertness. Some people may experience sore mouth, mouth ulcers or gastrointestinal discomfort.