This might not be the most common herb in your bag of natural tricks, but it has a very strong effect on menstruation, and should be considered if you are looking for a home remedy for adenomyosis. Sheperd’s purse is highly astringent in nature, meaning that it can constrict blood vessels and reduce uterine bleeding during menstruation. Furthermore, it can stimulate uterine contractions, and while this is obviously dangerous if you are pregnant, it can help reduce the bleeding symptoms in the times between menstrual cycles for those women dealing with adenomyosis.
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