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Has anyone found any great natural therapies or remedies for dealing with PMT? I’d be interested to hear from you.


Posted anonymously, 22nd June 2015


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  • Time out Help ! Warm baths and healthy eating helps too


  • I would check out Chemist warehouse or similar discount chemists as well!


  • I would speak to a good pharmacist and tell them you want something natural. Normally they will ask you what medications you are on and others you may take (off the shelf – not necessarily) as you can have interactions – even with more than one natural product only.


  • Ive heard rose hip and exercise!


  • This is something I really need to work on for myself as well. I always mean to pick up some primrose oil tablets but the time of the month is always upon me being I even remember to do so :/


  • Rise hip Capsules is what I got recommend.


  • SAW THIS THE OTHER DAY,NOT SURE IF i REPLIED. BUT A WARM BATH AND MASSAGE TUMMY CLOCKWISE GENTLY AS IN WATER YOU RESIDE. hOT WATER BOTTLE WRAPPED IN TOWEL ON TUM IS ANOTHER I HAVE TRIED…THE WARMTH LETS YOUR MUSCLES RELAX AND YOU TOO, OLD REMEDIES WORK MAGIC, HOPE THESE HELP FOR YOU. MY ART PAINTING AT TAFE OF ME


  • I find exercise to help the most


  • Magnesium is great for cramping, but check with your doctor before you take it as it can react with some medication.


  • I take both evening primrose and magnesium and it has made a difference to my mood and pain. I started with the evening primrose (before I heard about the magnesium) and had noticed a difference with just that. magnesium is also good for headaches and I suffer a lot with PMT and have had less since taking it. I get both from Chemist warehouse or similar discount chemists.and magnesium especially is quite cheap in bulk (compared to other vitamins)


  • Magnesium is another good one


  • I heard evening primrose can help. There might be something else on the market now – maybe visit a health food shop. I bought some maca powder for my juicer and it says it ‘balances hormones’.


  • heat packs for any cramps
    a friend eats liver for iron boost


  • I have heard that yoga and relaxation techniques have been helpful to some women.


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