What is PMS?
Post-menstrual syndrome, commonly known as PMS, is a variety of symptoms that a woman goes through after her ovulation cycle. It is not only physical – PMS is characterised by emotional and psychological stress. The symptoms of PMS include bloating, cramps, indigestion, abdominal pains, irritability, anxiety, depression, vomiting and diarrhea among others. It is often difficult to manage these symptoms, especially when this pain is easily dismissed by others in the workplace or home.
It is basically the art of healthy living, known for its extensive natural healing ways that work on illnesses and improving the general wellness of the human body and mind.
In Ayurveda, PMS is seen not as a dirty process, but as a process of cleansing – panchakarma in Ayurveda is defined as the practice of eliminating bodily toxins through enemas, oil massages, blood letting, and purgation, including the removal of blood thoroughly the menstrual cycle.
This cleansed body in turn aids for improved overall health. Suitable home remedies that are vastly used in Ayurvedic herbal medicines are cumin, cardamom, fennel, and ginger which cure indigestion in the body and prevent bloating.
Tea Trove’s Herbal Tea for PMS
Ayurveda ingredients to help the body balance its hormones during menopause. Tea Trove’s For Her PMS tea uses natural and organic ayurvedic ingredients such as shatavari, anantamool ashoka, lodhra, ela, and jatiphal.
The Tea Trove's quality teas come in convenient tea bags for the perfect brewing every time. Individually wrapped tea bags ensure your tea is fresh, every time. We recommend using no milk and alternatives to sugar such as honey or lemon. Steep once for about seven minutes.
Give this tea a try: use twice a day for five days before and during your next period, and see the difference for yourself.