As we mentioned in the previous article, premenstrual syndrome affects more than 70% to 90% of women before menopause in the US and less for women in Southeast Asia because of their diet. It is defined as a malfunction of the ovaries related to the menstrual cycle of women, affecting the physical and emotional state of the woman and sometimes interfering with daily activities due to hormone fluctuations. The syndrome occurs one or two weeks before menstruation and then subsides when menstruation begins. It is said that the symptoms can be so severe that between 10 and 15% of women have to take time off from work, costing companies millions of dollars each year. In this article, we discuss how Chinese herbs – yellow dock root affect women with PMS.
Yellow dock is a perennial flowering herb, native to Europe. It has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for the elimination of toxins throughout the body and increasing the liver for all functions.
II. How Chinese Herbs – Yellow Dock Root Affect Women With PMS.
Yellow dock roots contain vitamins A and C which are antioxidants and are necessary for immune function not only in protecting our body from any foreign virus invasion but also in fighting any infection and inflammation of the reproductive organs for some women with PMS.
2. Pre menstrual pain and cramps
It not only helps improve the absorption of vitamins and minerals in the digestive system, but also stimulates the production of liver bile in breaking down fatty acids, resulting in balancing the hormone prostaglandins and reducing the risk of premenstrual pain and cramps
3. Kidney function
Because yellow dock root helps remove toxins through kidney function in urine secretion, it helps reduce the risk of water retention and weight gain.
In addition to helping reduce intestinal inflammation and irritation, it also acts as a laxative in moving stool around in the colon, resulting in reducing the risk of constipation.
It also contains the vital mineral phosphorus which is not only essential for energy production, but also binds to hemoglobins in red blood cells, increasing the oxygen supply to the body’s tissues, resulting in a reduction in the risk of tiredness and fatigue. fatigue.