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    From fibroids, to menstrual cramps, off pH balances to infertility, pcos, bv, and more, our feminine health can be thrown off by the slightest thing and with the many issues that women can face involving our vaginal health, it’s great to have home remedies to help offset them! Here are are a few natural teas and their benefits for feminine health.

    Red Raspberry Leaf Tea

    Red Raspberry leaf tea has a ton of benefits for feminine health. Red Raspberry leaves have been known to greatly reduce menstrual cramping, strengthen the uterine walls, decrease labor time, decrease childbirth risks, and clear toxins preventing pregnancies. Not to be confused with Raspberry tea, Red Raspberry Leaf is not simply a flavor but is made from actual raspberry bush leaves.

    Burdock Root Tea

    Burdock root is a super healer. It is known to increase hair growth, clear skin, reduce inflammation and so much more. When it comes to feminine health, Burdock root can be used to treat urinary tract infections, and might slow the growth of breast cancer tumors. Women who are pregnant should not use burdock root tea.

    Maca root

    Maca root which often comes in powder form can be added to drinks like tea, smoothies, water, etc. Maca powder increases libido in men and women. Maca also helps improve symptoms of menopause like hot flashes and improves sleep patterns.


    Chasteberry has been known to reduce menstrual symptons, minimizes fibrocystic breast symptons, regulates ovulation and promotes fertility. Chasteberry also helps to alleviate the pain associated with endometriosis and helps with women suffering from low progesterone due to pcos.

    While these herbs can be great for feminine health they can also have adverse affects or not work well with certain medical conditions. Be sure to do your own research and consult with a physician before trying.

    What’s your favorite herb for feminine health?


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