How to get periods immediately using natural foods.
1. Many women nowadays do not have regular periods. This condition is medically known as oligomenorrhea and is very common.
2. Irregular periods are caused by a variety of different factors such as stress, weight gain, weight loss, diet and many more.
3. You may wish to start a period as soon as possible and to keep them regular. This can help if you are going on holiday and are overdue, or simply want to feel healthy and in balance.
4. Today’s natural remedies help to regulate oestrogen, the hormone responsible for controlling your menstrual cycle. Some of these have been used by women for centuries as traditional medicine.
5. The following remedies should not be used if you are pregnant as they can cause miscarriage, so be mindful of this and consult a doctor if you are unsure.
Let’s take a look at three natural remedies which can trigger a period.
Remedy #1: Parsley Tea You Will Need: 60g Parsley Leaves (around 1/4 cup) 250ml Cold Water Method: Chop the parsley leaves to release the natural chemicals and add to the glass of water. Place this in the refrigerator and allow it to infuse for 2-4 hours. Use a sieve to extract the leaves and then drink. Parsley has been used to induce periods for centuries in traditional medicine. It contains two natural substances called myristicin and apiol. These stimulate contractions of the uterus and work to trigger periods.
Remedy #2: Cumin Seeds You Will Need: 1 Tablespoon Cumin Seeds 250ml Boiling Water Method: Steep the cumin seeds in hot water and allow the natural compounds to release into the water. Allow them to steep for 10 minutes before straining and drinking. Cumin seeds also known as Jeera works to regularize the menstrual cycle by generating heat in the body. It does this by unblocking blood vessels and allowing the free flow of blood. This also can be taken during a period to reduce cramps and period pain.
Remedy #3: Ginger Root You Will Need: 2 Inches of fresh Raw Ginger 400ml Of Boiling Water Method: Peel the ginger and slice thinly to maximise its surface area. Add this to a pan with the hot water and boil for 20 minutes, before straining and drinking. Ginger has been used as an emmenagogue to stimulate menstruation for thousands of years. It is an extremely healthy spice which has a range of health benefits which can be seen in our other videos. This also has pain-relieving qualities which help to soothe period pain and relieve nausea and dizziness.
6. The remedies in today’s video have been tried and tested by millions of women. Everyone’s body responds differently so you may wish to try each remedy and see what works best for you.
7. Eating foods rich in Vitamin C also helps to regulate the menstrual cycle. We recommend a daily teaspoon of amla powder as this contains 20 times more vitamin c than orange juice.
8. Many women find that taking regular hot baths helps to induce a period. This relaxes the body and allows you to release built-up physical and emotional stress. Relaxation often balances bodily functions such as menstruation. The hot water also increases blood circulation.
9. Herbal remedies for bringing on periods are called emmenagogues. There are many other herbs which come under this category such as yarrow, feverfew, rosemary, sage, mugwort, juniper and celery seed. Try out different remedies and see which works best for you.