What Are The Best PMS Herbs? | Endometriosis Herbs | Cramp Herbs

Chinese Remedies for Female Comfort
  • This PMS herbs formula is made, primarily, for women suffering from PMS, cramps, endometriosis, PCOS, fatigue, infertility, poor digestion, depression, anxiety with an emphasis on the challenging years, 13-50 years. All women will benefit from the nutritional value since the contents parallel the exact ingredients all women must have to become balanced. This formula balances the hormones, progesterone and estrogen, centering conditions related to:
    Chinese medicine

    • PMS
    • Infertility
    • Menorrhagia (heavy bleeding) or the opposite
    • High blood pressure connected with hormone imbalance
    • Eating disorders related to hormone imbalance
    • Chronic fatigue
    • Aching all over
    • Minor-major depression
    • Poor digestion
    • Post miscarriage

    Millions of women have been treated by this formula for over 2000 years finding comfort and improvement from the tonifying effect of this master formula.

What Are The Best PMS Herbs? | Endometriosis Herbs | PCOS Herbs

  • The misdiagnosis of a woman’s psychological state is a reoccurring fact by the mental health profession. Hormonal imbalance contributes more to female disharmony than the perception that there is a deep
    rooted, psychological cause. Proper nutrition provided to the right organs goes along way to balancing out the
    female psyche and freedom from the pain associated. Insomnia is usually caused by disharmony of liver and kidney-Female Comfort is excellent for this condition.

    This formula is a complete whole nutritious food unadulterated by modern pharmaceutical and agricultural techniques and preserved in its original structure as the Creator has provided.

    Female Comfort is considered a historical formula, which dates back to the Song Dynasty (960-1279 AD) in China. Most likely, the compound was formed in Han Dynasty and maybe hundreds of years before written history. You don’t see in
    modern allopathic medicines lasting more than 10 years. They alter or just change the name so they can market under a new name due to past adverse promotion, etc. Female Soothe has worked for thousands of years and has remained because the formula worked.

    Thousands of years of treatment using this formula prove the benefit. Master Herbalists have observed, with their clients, the benefits. There is no need for further research to discover whether it harms or benefits. Millions of clients who have served as research subjects over 1000s of years must be respected over a short-term study with 100
    subjects conducted by the FDA.







    How Does Female Comfort Work?
    Cramp herbs

    Analogy: Follow a stream anywhere. Notice the flow in the center. The water flow is strong. Then look on the sides where it pools. The water over time becomes stagnant if the pooling becomes more blocked. Add an obstruction and the flow moves in interesting turns, rerouting or completely blocking the water to vital areas. Our bodies operate in the same manner and need help to open the channels that become blocked.

    Endometriosis-Another Look!

    Endometriosis is a common chronic reproductive organ and immunological disease that can result in pelvic pain. About 2-4% of women and girls * of reproductive age and up to 30% of women with infertility have endometriosis. That amounts to approximately 5.5 million women in the United States and Canada.

    When there is an estrogen/progesterone imbalance, coupled with mensus the result is extreme pressure in the pelvic area causing the capillaries to microscopically bleed at their ends thus breaking off. With more estrogen then the bleeding increases. This condition can be naturally reverted by stopping the blood from passing through. The engorgement causes the pain.

    Surgery involves removing the endometrial growths (laparotomy). The surgery may provide substantial relief, still, it is a surgery and may cause additional adhesions which can reduce fertility and endometriosis often reappears within five years. In unfortunate cases, more radical surgery would include removal of ovaries or complete hysterectomy. Instead of the quick fix-surgery there are herbal options worth trying, first.

    Physicians are paid 300 times that of herbal therapy for the symptoms (fibroid tissue or fibroid matter blisters) forming in the endometrium.

    Indicators of Endometriosis

    Endometriosis can also lead to other distressing conditions such as infertility, adhesions and scar tissue that entraps the reproductive organs. Characteristics of endometriosis include:

    • Pelvic tenderness
    • Painful bowel movements during periods
    • Premenstrual spotting
    • Heavy periods
    • Infertility
    • Repeated miscarriages
    • Increasingly painful periods (dysmenorrhea)
    • Constipation
    • Nausea
    • Low resistance to infection
    • Diarrhea
    • Painful and difficult urination during periods
    • Chronic Fatigue
    • Dyspareunia (pain during intercourse)
    • Extensive allergies and related problems

    Many clients suffering from endometriosis experience painful intercourse. This can be an important clue to your doctor/nurse in diagnosing your condition. If you are experiencing painful intercourse it is important that you mention this to your healthcare professional even if they do not ask about it specifically.


    Reasons For Using Herbal Medicinal Treatment:

    1. Women who have undergone gynecological treatment may have been subjected to invasive treatment where bacteria, fungus, viral infections have invaded via these procedures.
    2. Most women (60%) need help and most come seeking hormone balance.
    3. Women who have had their womb removed have nowhere to go for remedy. This formula resolves their residual conditions.
    4. Balances progesterone & estrogen and other hormones
    5. Sedative, calms the spirit, heart, reduces anxiety, benefits insomnia.
    6. Food quality immune support, increases white & red blood cell count.
    7. Promotes urination, strengthens the spleen, harmonizes middle burner.
    8. Nourishes the heart & the Liver.
    9. Strengthens Chi(body’s life force).
    10. Reduces carbuncles (clusters of boils)
    11. Normalizes blood pressure
    12. Soothes irritability, uplifts minor-major depression
    13. Biocydal, disperses cold thus kills germs & reduces toxicity.
    14. Stimulates balance of all the digestive functions.
    15. Calms naturally, addictions: drug & alcohol, work-a-holism, etc.
    16. Nourishes the spleen, stomach, blood.
    17. Strengthens & warms the middle body’s energy
    18. Nourishes, strengthens blood & body
    19. Balances over production of hormones


  • For the serious, determined woman, understanding the PMS condition is not going to correct by depending on a practitioner or a pill, is critical. Though quick relief may be had, the restorative state needs your help if you want complete freedom. Yes, the herb formula will deliver you, but over time, you will be right back to square one, unless you participate in a diet that sustains your balance. Many women do not have any symptoms of PMS. The reason why is that they are eating the right nutrition for their constitution or body type. Look below for the PMS FREE DIET:

    Women with menstrual imbalance will usually eat an unbalanced diet, not be involved with regular exercize, get out in the sun or strive for emotional balance, There are exceptions but usually one of the pieces are missing that unravels the overall constitution.


    Iodine & iron foods: legumes, most veggies, whole grains, microalgae (spirulina, wild blue green, green), Seaweeds (kelp, dulse, hijiki, wakame).

    Vitamin C foods: cabbage, bell peppers, broccoli, sprouts, parsley, rose hip tea, tomatoes, citrus fruit, other fruit.

    Calcium & zinc: whole grains, legumes, seeds, all veggies

    Vitamin A, B foods: green veggies, yellow veggies (carrots, yellow bell pepper, beans).

    Protein with DHA / ALA : salmon, tuna, sardine, eel, trout, mackerel, anchovy, butterfish

    Vitamin E foods: whole grains (wheat, rice, oats, quinoa), sprouts, spinach, dandelion greens, carrot tops, mint, nuts & seeds (filberts, almonds, sunflower), best source is wheat germ and oil.

    Weak & Cold Body Type Foods: oats, quinoa, pine nuts, parsnip, butter & black beans, cinnamon, anise, fennels, dried ginger, black peppercorn, molasses, aduki or adzuki beans.


    Alcohol, coffee, tobacco, cold temperature foods, refined foods – sugar, hydrogenated fats (shortening, margarines, polyunsaturated cooking oils), too much fruit or raw food, fluoridated water, standard red meat and poultry.

    Avoid seaweeds and fruit if the constitution is weak and cold. Add foods from the weak and cold body type foods above.

    In addition, it is important to avoid heavy physical work, emotional disharmony, extreme hot/cold conditions (keep warm but not too warm), avoid sex during menstruation, oral contraceptives, intrauterine devices.

    This is a beginning list and will serve as a guide. For more info, give us a call or email us at Longevity Mountain Herbs. Ask for Mark Hammer C.M.H.  (832) 691-5333




    PMS meal


    2 tbsps olive oil

    1 medium-sized yellow onion

    1/2 pound spinach

    1/4 cup water

    1/4 cup white wine

    2 tbsps butter

    pinch of salt and pepper


    1.5 lb cod fillets

    1 tsp lemon juice

    2 tbsps olive oil

    1 tbsp chopped dill

    2 tbsps water

    1/2 tsp salt

    1/8 tsp pepper



    Slice onion and chop spinach coarsely.

    Heat the olive oil in a skillet on medium heat.

    Sauté onions. Keep stirring until lightly brown.

    Reduce the heat to low, add spinach and stir until soft.

    Season with salt and pepper.

    Add water, wine and butter.

    As soon as the butter completely melts, remove from stove and stir in stuffing.


    Preheat the oven to 450°F.

    Whisk together lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper.

    Add dill and stir together.

    Coat cod fillets with the dill mixture and place in a pyrex dish.

    Pour the topping over the fillets.

    Add water and bake for 12 – 15 minutes.

    By Om Paramapoonya


    NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS Serves 4 / Fish is a terrific source of minerals, including potassium, iodine, zinc and copper, plus the omega-3 fatty acids, all of which are low in the diets of women with PMS. Halibut also contains vitamin B3, which helps metabolize sugar and stabilize menstrual symptoms related to carbohydrate cravings, plus ample amounts of magnesium, which helps maintain the brain chemistry that regulates PMS emotions.

    PMS food

    2 tablespoons unsalted butter, preferably organic

    2 onions, sliced

    2 cloves garlic, sliced

    2 ripe tomatoes, cored and chopped

    1 red bell pepper, seeded and sliced

    3/4 teaspoon herbal sea salt, divided

    1/4 teaspoon ground pepper

    6 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil

    1 – 1-1/2 pounds halibut fillet

    1 lemon, cut in half

    1/2 cup pitted green olives or 2 tablespoons capers

    1/2 cup homemade salt-free stock or purified water


    1. In a large skillet, heat butter and add onions, garlic, tomatoes, and red pepper. Sauté on medium-high for 2 minutes. Stir frequently. Sprinkle with 1/2 teaspoon herbal sea salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper and stir again. Cover and cook on medium-low for 10 minutes. Position broiler shelf several inches from heat source. Preheat broiler.
    2. Drizzle 1 teaspoon olive oil into a non-glass baking pan. Rinse halibut under cold, running water and pat dry. Place halibut in pan and squeeze half the lemon over it. Season with the remaining 5 tablespoons olive oil, 1/4 teaspoon herbal sea salt, and a pinch of pepper. Place under broiler and cook until fish begins to flake and is tender when a fork is inserted, 8-10 minutes.
    3. Stir tomato/red pepper mixture. Add olives or capers and stock or water and stir well. Cook another 1-2 minutes, uncovered.
    4. Using a large spatula, remove cooked halibut from baking dish and place on a large serving platter. Top with red pepper and olive mixture. Cut remaining half lemon into wedges and place on platter. Serve hot with brown rice or potatoes. SOS for PMS: Whole-Food Solutions for Premenstrual Syndrome by Lissa G. De Angelis and Molly Siple (Plume, 1999).


    A different version of Chinese chews. A no bake cookie that is easy to make and delicious!

    PREP TIME 15 Min
    PMS cookies

    COOK TIME 3 Min

    READY IN 25 Min

    Original recipe yield 8 dozen


    cups semisweet chocolate chips

    2 cups peanut butter chips

    1 (8 ounce) bag plain salted potato chips

    2 1/2 cups dry-roasted peanuts


    In a large microwave-safe bowl, melt chocolate and peanut butter chips for about 3 minutes on high.

    Stir every 30 seconds after the first minute until chips are melted and smooth.

    Slightly crush the potato chips before stirring into the mixture along with the peanuts.

    Drop by spoonfuls onto waxed paper and let stand until chocolate is set, about 15 minutes.

    Store at room temperature or in the refrigerator.

    Recipe by EYTAVI


    If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your health care professional before using this product.

Herbal Supplement Disclaimer

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is a dietary supplement and is not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat any diseases. The information here is not provided by medical (allopathic) professionals and is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. Please consult your physician before beginning any course of treatment. However, billions of people have used these products without complication. These herbal formulas have been used in conjunction with allopathic medical regimen, successfully without interference in the restorative process.

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