Menstrual Problems

HOW TO GET WELL
THE DRUGLESS WAY

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First Draft © Dennis Rocke & Dr J. M. Mungavin 1983

Updated Dennis Rocke © 2022

Menstrual Problems

Unpleasant symptoms such as:

  • Backache
  • Cramps
  • Depression
  • Fainting spells
  • Tender breasts
  • Tension
  • Water retention

The above are all common knowledge to the female sex. It is something that is an unknown commodity to most males. As common as these symptoms are, they are not necessarily normal. People eating healthy diets and living close to nature as in some of the poorer countries such as China, Russia and Central America (American Indians) don’t suffer the monthly discomfort that Western people do. This being the case, improper diet as well as an imbalance of hormones have a lot to do with the ordeal that menstruation puts western females through. A deficiency of vitamins also has a bearing on menstrual problems, vitamins E and B6 especially.

FACTS ABOUT MENSTRUAL PROBLEMS

In order to alleviate oedema and the swelling and soreness that comes with it start taking vitamin B6 (100 mg a day) about 8-10 days before the expected start of menstruation.

DIET

Follow the health diet with emphasis on protein containing foods such as yoghurt, kefir and home-made cottage cheese. Other beneficial foods are:

  • Buckwheat
  • Oats
  • Nuts
  • Seeds
  • Sesame seeds
  • Sunflower seeds

Put emphasis on high iron content foods such as:

  • Apricots
  • Eggs
  • Fruits
  • Milk
  • Raw vegetables
  • Red beets
Daily Supplements (Recommended)
Vitamin B6  

100 mg

 

Vitamin B12  

50 mcg (with doctor’s consent up to 150 mcg)

 

Vitamin B (complex)  

Take the dosage prescribed by the manufacturer; make sure it is of a natural high potency.

 

Vitamin C  

5,000 mg daily

 

Vitamin E  

600 iu daily

 

Bone Meal  

As directed

 

Brewer’s Yeast  

As directed

 

Essential Fatty Acids  

As directed

 

Natural Multi Vitamins  

Take as prescribed by the manufacturer.

 

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