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PMS Relief Herb Pack Ingredients
- Achyranthes (Niu Xi)Achyranthes has a long history of use for maintaining healthy blood flow. Its most common uses are for invigorating the blood, unblocking the menses and moving the blood in the channels especially in the low back. This herb is wonderful for pain related to trauma because it works quickly by(...)
- Angelicae (Dang Gui)Known as the “Queen” herb for women Dang Gui is in nearly every Pacific Herbs product. The reason for this is summed up in the Chinese medicine phrase “10 formulas, 9 angelicas.” In other words, 9 out of every 10 formulas include dang gui. (AKA angelicae) It has been this way for over 2000(...)
- Bupleurum (Chai Hu)Abundant research has been done on Bupleurum root used to treat headaches, liver cirrhosis, jaundice, common cold and irregular menstruation with pain and cramps (to name a few) in Traditional Chinese Medicine. (TCM) This medicinal has demonstrated anti-inflammatory properties, along with(...)
- Carthamus (Hong Hua)Description pending...
- Cortex Moutan (Mu Dan Pi)This herb is the bark of the root Paeonia suffruticosa. Chinese Medicine says this herb invigorates the blood and moves the blood. When combined with other herbs in this formula it is famous for nourishing and cooling your blood or yin energy.
- Corydalis Rhizoma (Yan Hu Suo)Description pending...
- Dipsacus (Xu Duan)Dipsacus is commonly used in conjunction with Niu Xi above, to enhance the effects of both herbs. Dipsacus treats both the liver and kidney channels, key components in menstrual irregularities. Being sweet and slightly warm it can strengthen the enhance yang energy. (Women are predominantly(...)
- Licorice Root (Gan Cao)Licorice has a long and highly varied record of uses. It was and remains one of the most important herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is said this herb goes to all twelve channels of the body, a claim given to only a few Chinese herbs. By entering all body channels this herb is often(...)
- Ligusticum (Chuan Xiong)This very popular and common herb in many Chinese herbal medicine formulas is used to regulate blood circulation. In iSleep Herb Pack a small amount is used help circulate and improve the actions of all the herbs in the formula. The entourage effect is important. Like making a cake, it’s not(...)
- Mugwort (Ai Ye)Mugwort can be used wherever a digestive stimulant is called for. It will aid the digestion through the bitter stimulation of the juices whilst also providing a carminative oil. It has a mild action in aiding depression and easing tension, which appears to be due to the volatile oil, so it is(...)
- Nut Grass, Cyperus (Xiang Fu)This herb is commonly combined with Dang Gui for irregular menstruation and dysmenorrhea. This herb has a major role in regulating our liver energy and is known for not only stopping the pain associated with our menstruation but also the ability to help regulate our menstrual cycles. Its(...)
- Peach Kernel (Tao Ren)Peach kernel is very useful in a broad range of blood circulation applications. Menstrual pain, amenorrhea or irregular menstruation are all improved when blood is flowing more freely. This herb invigorates the blood and in so doing relieves the pain. It is commonly used for traumatic sports(...)
- Red Peony (Chi Shao)Three similar plants are all called peony, and different parts are used in some cases. The bark of the root of Paeonia suffruticosa is called moutan or mu dan in China, where it naturally grows. Red peony root comes from wild harvested Paeonia lactiflora or Paeonia veitchii. The bark, red(...)
- White Peony (Bai Shao)White peony is one of the most often used herbs in Chinese herbal medicine. It is an extremely effective tonic herb and is used to purify the blood. White peony is legendary as a muscle relaxant, it relieves cramps (in the stomach and elsewhere) and reduces pain. Its antispasmodic and(...)
Traditionally known as Xiao Yao San, Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang & Tao Hong Su Wu Tang.
PMS Relief Herb Pack is gluten FREE – Vegetarian and Kosher. The only solvent used for our concentrated extracts is PURIFIED WATER. No glycerin, alcohol or chemical solvents ever touch our herbs.
Use PMS Relief Herb Pack for:
Painful Period Cramps*
Body aches associated with monthly menstrual cycles*
* Individual results may vary.
1 tsp. of concentrated granules contains approx. 6000 mg of cooked, dried, concentrated herbal extract.
See the “Ingredients” tab above for more information on each herbal ingredient.
There are a variety of ways to reduce your PMS symptoms!
Eat healthy foods, exercise, maintain a healthy weight, reduce your stress, get enough sleep are all good. But, sometimes even when you are doing everything you can, you still need help to get you through those 5 days a month. Over the counter pain reliever only mask symptoms for a few short hours. Herbs balance the body and help you feel better the entire month. (Read why you should avoid over-the-counter pain relievers like acetaminophen & ibuprofen.) We pride ourselves on our personalized service, attention to detail. We have done the research and chosen the most dependable, qualified supplier in the world. Using the latest technology you receive potent herbs without fillers for maximum therapeutic effects. (See factory video tour here.) Our commitment: To provide the finest quality Chinese herb natural supplements. Our manufacturer has rigorous standards and each batch of raw herbs are extensively tested before they can qualify for Pacific Herbs PMS Relief Herb Pack. Our manufacturer is cGMP certified along with ISO and TGA certified.
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