One of the most important Ayurvedic herbs for you is Shatavari. It balances
the hormone production. It is NOT hormone replacement but works on the system
to balance your own production of hormones. All of the info Dharam sent is
excellent! If you are experiencing excess flow that is seen Ayurvedically as high
Pitta. Chyanvanprash would be important also for you as well as following a
Pitta reducing or balancing regime. Some other suggestions and good foods for
reproductive health also included. Have you seen a practitioner to rule out
endometriosis? Answering the questions Dharam presented would be useful for us to
be able to send more suggestions for you.
To help regulate your moon cycle.
Oil: add 1 tsp olive oil, 1 teaspoon sesame oil, and 1 tsp. almond oil to
your diet everyday.
Aromatherapy and Oil Massage: I have a few products that will help balance
your cycle. Moon Rub is an aromatherapy oil that you massage on the lower
abdomen to help regulate the cycle. Ayurvedic Women's Spray is a spray that contains
aromatherapy to balance hormones.
Evening Primrose Oil Capsules
Use raspberries, pears, blueberries, and bananas in your diet. A smoothie of
all of these each morning with no added Sugar or ice would be beneficial.
2 solid, 2 liquid meals per day
1 banana in the morning
1 spoon of raisins at 4 p.m. (energy)
Pears, Peaches (complexion& healthy reproductive system)
Turmeric (minimum 2 TBS weekly)...Golden Milk is a great way to get the
minimum suggestion. good for skin, mucous membranes, strong bones, cleanses
Chakras, purifies the nadis, helps stretch ligaments. Also used to lubricate joints,
purify blood, induces sleep, and is a natural antibiotic. At least 1 cup
daily; and then a few days before your cycle is to start, 3 cups daily.
Wheat berries soaked and then cooked
Yogurt, Green chilies, beets, beet greens, sesame oil
*Yogi Tea (1-2 days drinking only Yogi Tea cleans out the system...at least 1
cup daily for health.)
Ginger Tea (especially during moon cycle)
Blessings in Health!