Teas That Work Miracles for Period Cramps

Teas That Work Miracles for Period Cramps

Best 3 Teas for Menstrual Pain

Some of the symptoms that have been putting me down during my periods are pain, headaches, diarrhea, and bloating.  Like 70% of women, my menstrual cramps were severe and sometimes debilitating. 

One gynecologist told me that it’s normal to have period cramps because uterine muscles are contracting to shed the lining.  However, this pain was so severe to the point of interfering with my everyday life, keeping me in bed for days. 

As a result, I turned to over-the-counter medications to get relief from these pains so that I wouldn’t have to take pharmaceutical pills that had worse side effects.  But I came to learn that these OTC medications have adverse effects in the long run too like liver damage and stomach ulcers.  

So I switched to natural pain remedies such as herbal supplements and sipping on some delicious yet beneficial herbal teas.  

The good news always being a Guinea pig for nature is that tea naturally alleviated my period cramps and did away with nausea, headaches, bloating, and cramps without leaving any side effects. 

Therefore you should give a cup of peppermint, chamomile, or ginger tea a try during your periods because it's safe to consume them.

The following are 3 different popular types of comforting teas you should consume during your next period. One tip… start drinking the teas a few days before your menses start to tackle the issues before they start. 

Peppermint Tea

You can identify a peppermint plant from a distance because it has a menthol smell.  This strong-smelling compound has multiple health benefits, including the cooling sensation. 

Preparing a steaming cup of peppermint tea is simple because you just add a few leaves of the peppermint plant to hot water.  Drinking this tea is extremely helpful because it helps reduce muscle contractions, thus decreasing painful period cramps and gastrointestinal pain which usually comes with the menses  

Chamomile Tea

Dried chamomile flowers have a mild, floral taste.  The fragrant tea can be either mild or strong based on your preference.  You can also add some honey to sweeten your tea.  

Chamomile tea is the perfect choice during periods because it has a calming effect on a woman's body. 

It reduces fatigue and promotes better sleep which translates to period cramps that are less painful, thus restoring comfort. Indeed the poor quality of sleep contributes to severe period cramps, fatigue, and much more so chamomile tea will definitely do the job as it brings a serene feeling all over me. 

Ginger Tea

The tea is prepared using spicy ginger root and hot water.  Actually, people have been using the ingredient for medicinal and culinary purposes.  

Some of the ailments that ginger treats include menstrual cramps because it has anti-inflammatory properties and pain-relieving properties. 

As a result, ginger tea may relieve both pain and bloating, as well as decreases nausea associated with periods.

Therefore ladies, brew yourself a cup of peppermint, chamomile, or ginger tea the next time you’re on your periods instead of taking the over-counter-medicines. 

These comforting teas will ease your period cramps when you sip them before and during your cramps.  You can also consume them at any times because they help with digestion, relaxation and aches.

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