*The Female Remedy-Amazon Herbal Club. Herbs from A to Z.

May 28, 2008

ABUTA Cissampelos pareira
South American Indian women have used Abuta for centuries to relieve symptoms associated with menstruation and to balance female hormones. It is commonly referred to as the “midwives’ herb” and has been believed to help prevent miscarriage and stop uterine hemorrhaging.

DONG QUAI Angelica sinensis (or Dang Gui)

Dong quai has been called the “female ginseng” and is excellent as an all
purpose women’s herb. It has been used for centuries for regulating the
menstrual cycle and easing menstrual pain and cramping. It can be used
to help women regain normal menstrual cycles after taking “the Pill.” It has
proven helpful for relieving hot flashes during menopause. Dong
quai can be used for insomnia and blood pressure stability for
both men and women. (The affect on blood pressure can be an overall lowering
although sometimes it may rise slightly first, followed by a decline).
It can reduce PMS and may help anemia, suppressed menstrual
flow, uterine bleeding, abdominal pain after childbirth, dry intestines, chronic
pelvic disorders and constipation and headaches due to blood deficiency.
Dong quai helps the liver utilize more oxygen and therefore can
be useful in treating hepatitis and cirrhosis. It may also help
with abnormal protein metabolism. Dong quai helps
dilate peripheral blood vessels, increase circulation, and has been used as a
mild laxative. PRECAUTION: Not to be used during pregnancy.

MACA Lepidium Meyenil Walp
Maca is referred to as Peruvian Ginseng, although not related to Ginseng. It grows high in the Andes. It is high in steroidal glycosides. It can be used for libido in both men and women and is often used for
impotence and menstrual issues.
Maca is a tuber that has been cultivated for more than 2,000 years at high
altitudes in the Andean Mountains. Maca is used for energy, longevity and
fertility. It stimulates the hormonal system and supports healthy sexual
function. It has been widely used by athletes to enhance energy
levels and to help build muscle mass and strength. Ragulating hormonal
balance. Contains fifer, fatty acids and sugar.


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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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4 Responses to “*The Female Remedy-Amazon Herbal Club. Herbs from A to Z.”

  1. John Brown Says:

    It should now give some of those who have the beleive that in places like this, health issues are no handdled with herbs at all. However I think herbs give the best solution to health problems.

  2. irinasstudio Says:

    John, I think people who live in rainforest have a lot of these herbs on their tables as food everyday. For us here – these herbs are remedies, for them there- it is food.

  3. breyana Says:

    I am not very clear on this particular issue. This is because other says one need to consult a doctor before taking supplements. one on the other hand says she didnot consult a doctor before taking it and it was quite successful. So which of the two methods is advisible for high blood patience?

  4. irinasstudio Says:

    People who have health problems should contact doctor before taking herbs. I’m myself using Amazon Herb products for three years and it works for me. I do a lot of online research and I got certification in Nutrition to understand better mine and my family needs. It is hard to find good herbalist, regular doctors won’t be advising in herbal medicine.


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