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Nenuphar 09-26-2008 11:53 PM

Re: Resources for Ladies...
 
Herbal teas that might be helpful (I've stocked up on a few!)...:harp:


http://www.traditionalmedicinals.com...women%27s+teas

http://www.sweetdoveherbs.com/moteas.htm
(Canadian)

http://www.florahealth.com/flora/hom.../TG3.htm#R5129
(Canadian)

http://www.tealand.com/ForWomen.aspx


http://www.crazyfortea.com/herbalteaforwomen.html


I have not tried all of these brands, nor have I read through all the information on these sites. Although I have greatly benefited from using herbal teas (varieties from the Traditional Medicinal and Flora brands, specifically), it should go without saying that each person should do their own research into the products and decide what is best for their health concerns. :wink2:

Nenuphar

Shellie 10-08-2008 11:51 PM

Re: Resources for Ladies...
 
1) Re: menstrual cycles

Yes, our menstrual cycles will "get out of whack" if/when we are stressed, but here is a bizarre fact; the cycles of women who are in a group and live/have close contact with each other will start to match. Some women will have shorter cycles while others have longer cycles.. until they are all on their periods at the same time!


2) Re: contraception

Better than the rhythm method, women should learn how to gauge their discharge. A woman's discharge will become thick, egg-white like and gooey when she ovulates. This is a better prediction of ovulation than the calendar method.

Remember, an egg is viable for fertilization for about 24 hours. Sperm on the other hand, can live about 4 days... So watch what you are doing 5 days before and 2-3 days after ovulation.


3) Inducing a miscarriage/abortion

Women in traditional cultures for centuries have known how to abort a pregnancy. Some acupressure points works, as do some herbs. It is well known that Queen Ann's Lace makes a good "morning after" tea. Here is a link to some info: www.naturalmiscarriage.org

Nenuphar 03-26-2010 03:50 PM

Re: Resources for Ladies...
 
bump :wink2:


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