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|Posted: Dec Fri 15, 2006 9:44 pm Post subject: Female Comfort Handout
|Female Comfort Handout
Female Comfort, Female Corrective Formula
In a desperate attempt to solve female reproductive problems, many women take the quickest solution they can find, such as using dangerous drugs that may cause (or amplify) side effects like weight gain, temporary infertility, emotional trauma and over time, cancer.
Using Mother Nature as a solution to "female complaints" (FC) not only prevents undue health risks but encourages the body's glands to regain their normal strength and balance. Herbal combination Female Comfort provides the necessary balance a woman's body needs to deal effectively with the problems she experiences with her reproductive system, such as normalizing the monthly menstrual cycle.
Combining certain herbs that are well known as general female tonics and glandulars, Female Comfort feeds the glands, nerves and sensitive tissues that are necessary to repair the female reproductive problems.
This herbal combination treats menstrual cramps, frigidity, sterility, menopause and hot flashes. Female Comfort is also designed to effectively relieve congestive dysmenorrhea, or pain, congestion and inflammation in the pelvic area, menstrual irregularity, mood swings, PMS and morning sickness.
No synthetic substitute can replace Female Comfort and effectively treat such a wide range of female complaints. To appreciate fully the healing qualities of this popular formulation, note the following about each herb:
Red raspberry leaf helps to stop excessive bleeding inside the body (or outside when applied externally). This herb helps shrink swollen and inflamed tissues. Red raspberry's bitter compounds relieve muscle spasms and works as a good female glandular overall.
Dong Quai root contains bitter compounds that help reduce pain and inflammation. This root helps to normalize uterine contractions and is a great source of iron. Besides lowering blood cholesterol, Dong Quai is a natural sedative and often relieves fatigue, headache and stress.
Ginger root lowers cholesterol, high blood pressure and dilates blood vessels. By improving liver function and digestion, this herb provides an increased feeling of well-being. Ginger root is an easily assimilated source of trace minerals, especially silicon, magnesium and manganese.
Licorice root feeds the adrenal glands to reduce inflammation and increase energy. This root will also increase general mucus production to clear the body of menses and help relieve muscle cramps as well.
Black cohosh root is famous for helping the body maintain a proper estrogen balance, and reducing blood pressure and dilating peripheral blood vessels for better circulation. This root's astringent properties shrink inflamed tissue besides relieving nervous tension, anxiety and headaches.
Queen of the meadow herb (also known as "gravel root") is a good diuretic and helps prevent kidney stones and bladder/kidney infections. This herb's properties help to reduce swelling while providing a mild tonic/stimulant for the whole body.
Blessed thistle herb increases and thins mucus secretions and helps shrink inflamed areas while increasing blood circulation to surface tissues. This herb has a wide range of benefits including effectively treating fever, jaundice and allergies. Blessed thistle encourages the secretions of mother's milk, purifies the blood while offering relief from painful menstruation, biliousness, chronic headaches and swelling.
Marshmallow root soothes the whole body and encourages a thinner mucus that's easier to dispel from the body. Marshmallow root heals inflamed tissue and increases the flow of urine, helping to alleviate and prevent bladder inflammation (cystitis).
Such a powerful lineup of herbs provides a useful herbal combination that helps resolve the problems that plague women. By using this effective female corrective conquers female complaints.
Sources: Nature's Field, School of Natural healing by Dr. John R. Christopher, M.H. Own Your Own Body by Dr. Stan Malstrom, N.D., M.T. Textbook of Advanced Herbology by Terry Willard, Ph.D.