Does tea or any natural stuff actually help to ease the menstrual cramp?
Hello. Usually my menstrual cramps are horrible, I get all dizzy, my legs start to shiver, headaches and some other stuff; meds dont help at all in this situation but, my grandma made some tea out of a jamaican flower that it actually help ease the pain. I am not sure if its healthy or not but I would like to know if theres any other nat. remedies that could help me in my period.
It's very likely that the tea helped u lol my mom use to give me a glass of wine when I got period cramps n it helped some what but still to this I get really bad period cramps and I'm finally going to see my doc bout it cus I'm so tired of it but I do believe that natural stuff like tea water fruits walking helps some what for period pains
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