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There are many novel remedies for dysmenorrhea, but one of the most popular options in Indian households is the use of asafetida. While this spice is usually reserved for cooking, it is often recommended as a natural remedy for menstrual cramps, as it can impact hormone levels in women. The female hormone, progesterone, plays an important part in menstruation, so stimulating higher production levels of this hormone can help to ease the inflammation and discomfort so commonly experienced by women on their period. Add asafetida to your meals, or take a more concentrated dose in supplement form. Protection Status
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