PMS is defined as the physical symptoms of mental and emotional appearing about a week before menstruation and disappear or are reduced on the second day of the menstrual cycle, symptoms can manifest migraine hormonal, skin rashes, acne, bloating or breast congestion, edema, irritability, palpitations (pounding heart), insomnia sleep, depression, anxiety attacks, stopping your period, hypersensitivity, mood swings, abdominal pain radiated to the back and the footrest ….
According to Chinese medicine it is: the stagnation of liver fleet that can cause depression and other nervous migraines, lack of spleen and kidney yang manifested edema, and sensitivity to cold diarrhea or kidney yin deficiency manifested, for example, insomnia or night sweats.
Chinese medicine brings quick and effective solutions:
You can solve the problem in acupuncture and herbal medicine.
1) Chinese angelica (DONG QUAI)
One of the many alias for the plant is “female ginseng” awarded to him on any activity that balances and nourishes the female hormonal system, it is used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years to relieve menstrual cramps and PMS symptoms known about this medicine is classified as an “empowering Blood” (BLOOD TONIC)
Mazen nutrient hormonal system, strengthens female reproductive organs, stimulates bile, warming, stimulating gastric, immune activator, promoter – regulates menstrual cycle, estrogen promotes a bitter, aromatic, mild laxative, improves peripheral blood flow, improves the yield of breast milk, anti-spasm (womb), an anticoagulant.
Pregnancy: Do not first six months of pregnancy.
A study published in Biomed Pharmacother reported a decrease in the number of migraine attacks (menstrual) while the daily intake of formula contains 60 mg of isoflavones, Chinese angelica 100mg and 50 mg of black cohosh for 24 weeks. The influence of angelica as a single plant is clear and further studies are needed 0.5
A study conducted at Tz’angdo Traditional Chinese Medicine in China, Chinese angelica examined the effect of blood flow volume and the presence of prostaglandin F2 alpha in patients suffering from cramps, the previous study found that women with dysmenorrhea had poor blood circulation and a high level of the prostaglandin. Angelica giving three months back blood flow and prostaglandin levels in the normal range.