Oligomenorrhea and amenorrhea are one of the most common gynecological complaints among women of reproductive age. Prevalence of oligomenorrhea and secondary amenorrhea has been reported to be 10 20 percent and 3-4 percent, respectively. A menstrual cycle that includes a long menstrual cycle and absence of menstruation, respectively. Hormonal therapy based on estrogen and progesterone compound is the mainstay of treatment for these conditions in the allopathic system of medicine.
Nowadays, there has been an increasing trend in the usage of complementary and homeopathic medicine. Treatment is based on modifying the temperament. Anatomical and functional disorders (mal temperaments), in the uterus and ovaries and other organs aside from the genital system, are the main cause of oligomenorrhea and amenorrhea. The treatment of which includes lifestyle modification (especially nutrition habits and diet, physical activities, and sleep). Homeopathic and herbal medications are one of the key tenets for treatment and modification mal-temperament of the organs.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is considered one of the most common endocrine disorders of women of reproductive age. It also evaluates the efficacy of vitamin C and D supplementation in the regularity of the menstrual cycle.
Nowadays, due to complications of hormonal therapy, many women have considered using homeopathic and alternative medicines. When the menstrual cycle ceases it often called the change of life. The priority is to help the body adjust to the hormonal and other changes taking place rather than delays the process with hormonal replacement therapy.
- Aletris farinosa
- Jonosia Asoka
- Cimicifuga racemosa
- Fraxinus americana
- Helonias dioica
- Hydrastis Canadensis
- Pulsatila nig
- Viburnum opulus
Menstrual and other gynea disorders.
Unique Selling points:
Barometer of physical and emotional health of women.
Relief from irregular, painful periods and other uterine disorders including scanty flow, premature periods, delayed periods, premenstrual pain, absence of menstruation, bearing-down pain.
Continued use of this preparation could be helpful against uterine fibroids, tumors, and other growths.
Mode of action:
- Natural hormone replacement therapy (hormone and hormone precursors).
- Anti-spasmodic–muscle cramps and other painful conditions.
- Emmenagogue – amenorrhea, and dysmenorrhea.
- Sedative, nervine and analgesics.
- Anti-inflammatory and antioxidants—regulates sex hormone.
- Help the body to regain ”natural balance after the use of birth control pills (OCS)”
- Prevent miscarriage, false labor pain spasmodic and congested affection, easy delivery.
- Hormone modulation—act to promote fertility.
- Astringents having constricting and binding effect used to check hemorrhage and secretions.
- Adjustment of the body to the hormonal and other changes during the menstrual cycle, rather than delay the process with synthetic hormone replacement therapy.
- Treatment of PMS with an increase of quality of life in women.
- Maintain a good water balance in the body to relief emotional sensitivity due to an increase in retention of body fluids.
- Natural hormone replacement therapy (hormone and hormonal precursors from the plant)
- Enhancement of muscle tone of the uterus
- Sedative nervine and analgesics
- Anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidants (regulates sex hormone)
Composition of Aletris cordial:
It contains bitter principles, resin and polysaccharides. It is uterine tonic and anti-anemic. The specific indications for aletris are extreme weakness of the uterus often from frequent child bearing. It is well combines with viburnum opulus for dysmenorrhea and threaten abortion.
It contains tannins, catechol, chatechin and quercetin. It is prescribed for the treatment of menorrhagia. Due to uterine fibroids and other causes. The ketosterol seem to be androgenic in nature. The activity of the drugs appears to be due to the presence of the steroidal components and calcium salts.
It contains alkaloids, glycosides and phosphoric acid. Certain of the constituents of caulophylum similar to those of Actaea racemosa e.g. methylcyticine (a substance with hormonal activity). It is emmenagogue, anti-spasmodic and blood mover.
It acts on the uterus and ovaries, useful in cramps heavy limbs and pelvic pains.
It contains rutin, amino acid coumarin. It benefits in structural uterus abnormalities, fibroids, prolapses and uterine tumor. It is diuretic and anti-inflammatory.
It contains saponins, glycosides, chamaelirin and helonine. It is used for painful and irregular menstruation (amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea) and nausea during pregnancy. It is good general tonic for the entire genitourinary tract.
It contains hydrastine, berberine and chologenic acid. It is used for dyspepsia and acid indigestion, duodenal ulcer and as a general tonic for the female reproductive tract, leucorrhea.
It contains glycosides, ranunculin, which on enzymatic hydrolysis converted to anemonine which is powerful anti-spasmodic and anti-neuralgic it benefits in amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea (with pain). Venous dilatation in the limbs. It is female remedy and has values in symptoms of PMS (depression, sad, crying, weeping, talking, changeable behavior). It removes all the physical and psychological symptoms of PMS (premenstrual syndrome).
Natural energizer for women (due to calcium carbonate and calcium phosphate) contents of sepia. Sepia is useful in pituitary and thyroid dysfunction, a low level of thyroid can interfere with ovulation that impairs fertility. So sepia is useful for conception. The pituitary disorder also impairs fertility. Disruption of calcium homeostasis has been associated with affective disorder (depression, anxiety, confusion, irritability, angry and outburst), so use of sepia relieves all physical and psychological symptoms of PMS. Sepia is healthful in reducing the symptoms of menopause and heart flushes. Sepia corrects the hormonal imbalance estrogen and progesterone so benefits in conception. Calcium reduces bone loss in some menopausal women. Phosphate present in sepia required to give rigidity. Phosphate is involved in several metabolic and enzymatic reactions including energy storing and transfer.
It contains arbutin, coumarin and tannins, viburtinal (mark spasmogenic action). It is a valuable remedy for cramps and discomfort of menstruations and other uterine problems.
It contains alkaloids, fagarine, coumarin, resin and tannins. It is a stimulant of blood and lymphatic circulation. It is emmenagoge, anti-rheumatic and diaphoretic.
Adults and adolescents over age of 12: One tablespoon 3 times a day or as directed by the physician.