Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) and homeopathy – Nux Vomica

Premenstrual syndrome affects more than 70% to 90% of premenopausal women in the US and less for women in Southeast Asia due to their difference in lifestyle and social structure. It is defined as a malfunction of the ovaries related to the woman’s menstrual cycle, it affects a woman’s physical and emotional state and sometimes disrupts daily activities due to hormone fluctuations. The syndrome occurs one to two weeks before menstruation and then subsides when menstruation begins. In this article we discuss homeopathy – nux vomica effects in women with PMS.

I. Definition

Nux vomica is a tree with a short, crooked, thick trunk and a very bitter root. It contains the alkaloids, strychnine, brucine and other chemical compounds

II. How homeopathy – nux vomica affects women with PMS.

1. Burns

Brucine in the nux vomit helps regulate blood pressure, improving the function of the circulatory system in the transport of oxygen, resulting in a reduction in the risk of energy deficiency, which causes symptoms of tiredness, fatigue and loss of concentration.

2. Strychnine

The chemical compound alkaloid strychnine is a digestive enhancer, it helps stimulate the function of the digestive system in the gastrointestinal tract, increase appetite, and also has an effect on enlarging the colon in moving stools, reducing the risk of constipation.

3. Alkaloids

Nux comica contains a large amount of alkaloid, which has an effect of reducing the pain in the body, reducing premenstrual abdominal pain and cramps in some women with PMS.

4. Sedative

It also has an effect in calming the nervous system in the treatment of irritable, nervous, hypersensitive and hypersensitive, reducing the nervous symptoms for women with premenstrual syndrome.

5. Zinc

The trace mineral zinc in nux vomica helps to increase the function of linoleic acid conversion to GLA, resulting in a reduction in the risk of overproduction of PGE2, which leads to overactive uterine muscle, menstrual cramps and breast tenderness.

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