Coriander is a common remedy in traditional healing for many different health concerns, including the uncomfortable cramping and pressure associated with dysmenorrhea. Coriander possesses numerous anti-inflammatory and analgesic compounds that can positively effect the symptoms of menstrual cramping, while also helping to boost circulation and promote good gut health. Coriander seeds can be eaten directly, or you can boil coriander stems in water and then drink the resultant mixture when you are struggling with menstrual cramps.
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