There are many natural treatments for dysmenorrhea, so there is no need to go and see a doctor as soon as menstrual cramps set in, unless they are extremely severe or debilitating. One of the best remedies is Angelica sinensis, an herb that was first popularized by traditional Chinese medical practices. In modern times, research done on this herb have shown that it does have hormone-regulating properties and certain anti-inflammatory effects that can soothe the pressure and pain of this common condition. Angelica sinensis might not be the easiest remedy to find, but it is certainly effective!
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