The Aunt Flow


It’s that time of the month and aunt flow has won once again. We provide an infusion with anti-inflammatory and magnesium that will relieve the cramps and GI upset so you can go about your days

 Ingredients: Magnesium, B complex, B 12, Toradol, Vitamin C. 

Magnesium is very effective in relaxing muscles. This is the perfect relief when the cramps hit. When you have menstrual cramps, you experience pain from your uterus muscles contracting. Taking magnesium helps to relax these uterine muscles and offers relief from cramping pain. Do you suffer from those dreaded PMS headaches, Research has found magnesium to be effective in preventing menstrual migraines. Other research has found a link between magnesium deficiency and onset of menstrual migraines. Your magnesium levels tend to be a lot lower on your period due to your hormones. During your period, your body will produce the hormones estrogen and progesterone. The higher these levels the lower your magnesium levels.

Hormonal changes trigger PMS symptoms, and there is no single treatment that works for everyone. Over-the-counter pain relievers, exercise, and avoiding salt, caffeine, and alcohol can help.

Dysmenorrhea is painful abdominal and pelvic cramping experienced around the time of a woman’s period. Menstrual cramps range from mild to severe and can interfere with regular activities for several days. PMS and menstrual cramps can occur together, and it is important to consult a physician if you suspect you have dysmenorrhea.

Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a more severe form of PMS, and symptoms disrupt daily living tasks. Treatment options include dietary changes, regular exercise, stress management, vitamin supplements, anti-inflammatory medicines, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI), and birth control pills.

It is important to consult a physician if you suspect you have PMDD. Infusions with anti-inflammatory agents and magnesium can relieve the cramps and GI upset caused by PMS, if you feel you have PMDD please consult your primary physician. 

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