The home remedies for amenorrhea include the consumption of herbs such as angelica, blue cohosh, dill, false unicorn, fenugreek, lemon balm, chaste berry, tomato juice, fennel, and cinnamon. These are some of the traditional remedies for not only amenorrhea but also for many other menstrual related problems.
Amenorrhea occurs when a woman of reproductive age experiences an absence of menstruation. Girls who have not begun to menstruate by age 15 or women who have missed 3 periods in a row are said to suffer from this condition.
Let’s look at some home remedies for amenorrhea that are easy to find, prepare, and consume, and do not have any side effects.
Home Remedies for Amenorrhea
Here are some of the best home remedies for amenorrhea:
False unicorn is an herb which has traditionally been used very often as a medicine for women’s gynecological health and to cure infertility. Scientific studies have proved that false unicorn indeed has some infertility-curing properties.
Lemon balm is another herb that has been used historically in the treatment of amenorrhea and other menstrual problems. It promotes menstrual cycle and eases menstrual cramps. It has also been used to treat migraines and headaches resulting from amenorrhea.
Blue cohosh is a plant that has been used in traditional medicine as it is a very good uterine and menstruation stimulant. Calulopsonin is a phytochemical found in this herb that provides stimulation for blood flow in the pelvic region to effectively treat amenorrhea and other gynecological diseases.
Women who do not have regular periods can take dill to have periods on a regular basis. For centuries, dill has been used by women for enhancing the flow of breast milk. Dill weed is an herb which can be taken as medicine and also in cooking.
Sweet fennel is an herb which has a good effect on stimulating the menstrual cycle and has been found to be effective in premenstrual syndrome (PMS). It also helps in maintaining an optimum fluid balance in the body.
Fenugreek is considered to be a one-stop solution for many problems related to the menstrual cycle and reproduction. Fenugreek has been used with positive results in milk production, amenorrhea, relief from menstrual cramps and hot flashes for generations.
Chasteberry is another herb that balances estrogen and progesterone hormones, which are very important in keeping the menstrual cycle on course.
Drinking tomato juice every day is recommended for excellent results in treating amenorrhea. Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of traditional medicine, also recommends the intake of tomatoes as a remedy for amenorrhea.
Saffron is an antioxidant that can act as a toxin-flushing and stress-reducing agent. Boiling a pinch of saffron in water, cooling it and drinking the water throughout the day is believed to clean up and soothe the body from the inside out to regularise menstruation.