Throughout history, valerian root has been used as a sleep aid. Moreover, it has been used to help with anxiety and as a muscle relaxant. Valerian may be used to calm uterine muscle contractions experienced by some women during menstruation.
A gentle, effective remedy that helps naturally relieve stress and anxiety. It nourishes and strengthens the nervous system, helps calm feelings of anxiety, promotes a state of relaxation, supports a positive mood, and encourages a more restful, refreshing sleep.
This IC was created with the help of the following substances: melatonin, magnesium, valerian root, Vitamin B-Complex, and theanine.
Essence for Women most commonly is used to help women overcome mood swings, feelings of weariness and physical dislikes. It can help women feel calm, regain their balance, cope with change, and feel good about herself, her body and her beauty. Moreover, essence for women can be used to harmonize any emotional imbalances during menstruation and menopause. This IC was created with the help of the flower essences of Billy Goat Plum, Bottlebrush, Bush Fuchsia, Crowea, Five Corners, Mulla Mulla, Old Man Banksia, Peach-flowered Tea-tree, Pink Flannel Flower, and She Oak.
Ginger is a plant and its root has been used as a form of medicine in many cultures for over thousands of years. Ginger root has been used to help treat nausea, motion sickness, morning sickness, digestive issues, upset stomach, gas, diarrhea, and irritable bower syndrome. Moreover, it has been shown to lower bad cholesterol, fight colds, improve heart health, reduce inflammation and provide relief from pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and menstrual cramps.
Melatonin is a hormone that is synthesised by the pineal gland in humans and produced in animals as well as plants. Although the effects of melatonin are complex and poorly understood, it plays a critical role in the regulation of the sleeping and waking cycle and other circadian rhythms. Melatonin has been studied as a possible treatment of circadian rhythm disorders and may be helpful in reducing sleep disturbances caused by jet lag. Melatonin works by triggering chemical receptors in the brain to encourage sleep.
Melatonin is not recommended for people with allergies or sensitivity to any of the medication's ingredients, or who have problems with the immune system, kidney or liver problems. Alcohol should be avoided while taking melatonin. Because melatonin affects sleep patterns, it may affect a person's driving or the ability to operate machinery. Melatonin is not recommended during pregnancy or while breastfeeding.
Melatonin may also react with other medications and treatments, including contraceptive pills. Make sure the doctor knows about all medicines taken, including complementary treatments and supplements.
Taking melatonin may affect some laboratory test results. Other possible side effects of melatonin include dry mouth, anxiety, indigestion, chest pain or restlessness.
Cumin seed is a spice that comes from the Cuminum cyminum plant, which is related to the parsley family. It has long been used in herbal medicine due to its many health benefits, which include help with digestion, bloating, coughs, pain, and liver health. Moreover, it may be used to lower blood pressure, boost immune system function, fight infections, aid with weight loss, maintain healthy skin, reduce cholesterol, lower blood sugar levels, help with inflammation, help with insomnia, and reduce stress and anxiety.
Saffron, also known as kesar, is a spice obtained from the Crocus sativus flower and is considered one of the world’s most expensive spice. Saffron may be used to treat coughs, colds, fevers, sore throats, and loosen phlegm. It may also be used to help with sleep problems (insomnia), cancer, atherosclerosis, heart health, arthritis, vomiting, intestinal gas (flatulence), depression, anxiety, memory and brain function, libido, heartburn, psoriasis, and dry skin. Moreover, women may use saffron to help with menstrual cramps and premenstrual syndrome (PMS); while men may use it to help with premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, and infertility.
Clotrimazole is an antifungal medication commonly used to treat vaginal yeast infections. Naturally both fungus and bacteria live in the vagina; however, when the fungus Candida albicans increases, it can cause an infection. Having a vaginal yeast infection is normal with approximately 75% of women experiencing it at least once in their lives. Symptoms some women may experience when they have a vaginal yeast infection include an itchy intimate area, soreness around the vulva, minor swelling of the labia, and cottage cheese-like white discharge.
Clotrimazole may also be used to treat other fungal skin infections such as ringworm, diaper rash, athlete’s foot, and jock itch.
Drotaverine is used to treat spasms of the smooth muscles usually in the stomach and heart. It can also be used for spasms related to proctitis, tenesmus, pylorospasm, gastroduodenitis, and gastric and duodenal ulcer.
Drotaverine has been used to relieve pain caused by irritable bowel syndrome, menstrual periods, and is also used to relieve cervical spasm during labor. It can also be used for chest pain, abdominal pain, pain in the kidneys caused by stones, pain in renal colic and other conditions.
Star anise is a spice, which grows as dark brown star-shaped pods containing powerful bioactive compounds that contribute to good health. Star anise may be used to help fight colds and influenza, improve digestion, boost immune system, alleviate gas, reduce abdominal cramps and bloating, help with constipation, help reduce the risk of cancer, reduce menstrual cramps, promote menstruation, increase flow of breast milk, ease childbirth, increase libido, calm nerves, and relieve sleep disorders.
Vitex is one of the most widely used herbal medicines to address symptoms related to women's menstrual cycle. Vitex has been shown in studies to reduce symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and to help regulate irregular cycles. It is also commonly used as a way to reduce hot flashes around menopause. It is thought that vitex works, at least in part, by stimulating dopamine receptors, which has a number of positive effects on reproductive hormones.