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Women, considered as the most compassionate creature on earth, has to play innumerable roles in their day-to-day lives.
Taking care of the household chores, looking after their family and kids, and doing all sorts of running around becomes their priority.
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Added to this, nowadays, most of them go to offices as well. So, where do women have time to think for themselves? On the way of dutifully fulfilling their responsibilities, they forget about their own health.
Realising the importance of women and their health, an organisation which is working towards improvising women's health has declared May 28th as the International Day of Action for Women's Health.
The main focus this year is to protect the sexual and reproductive health of women.
There are several medications in the form of health drinks, tablets and capsules available over the counters to improve reproductive health and well-being of a woman.
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However, of all the options available, there is nothing to beat Ayurveda and natural remedies when it comes to maintaining the reproductive health of women.
It is especially recommended for those who cannot withstand the strong allopathy medications and these Ayurvedic remedies are all mild and natural.
Here are the 10 best-known Ayurvedic herbs for improving the reproductive health of women. Have a look:
In Ayurveda, shatavari is one of the best known herbs for the female reproductive system. It can be taken in the form of a powder, or as liquid with a glass of warm milk and honey.
It is known to bring about a balance in the hormone level as per the requirement of the body. Take one teaspoon of ashwagandha powder and add it to a glass of milk and then boil this mixture for a while. Strain it and then drink it.
3. Vidari Kanda:
It is known to be the best nourishing herbs for a woman's reproductive system. It is available in the form of a powder and can be consumed one to two tablespoon/s or 5 grams a day.
4. Fennel Seeds:
One can just munch the seeds or take it in the form of powder, about 5 grams every day. This helps provide an ideal reproductive health for a woman, especially during the lactation and menstruation phases.
5. Licorice Root:
It is one of the well-known Ayurvedic ingredients for infertility cure. Take about 1-2 tablespoons of licorice root powder, soak it in water for about 10 minutes, strain and drink. Or take about 10 drops of licorice root drops thrice in a day.
6. Geranium Essential Oil:
This oil helps regulate the hormone balance, detoxify the lymphatic system and also alleviate anxiety. Few drops of it can be added to warm water and inhaled. Also, it can be used while having a bath or can be used during a massage.
A traditional Ayurveda herb, tulsi leaves help in making the uterus strong. Consuming half a teaspoon of tulsi juice in the morning and evening helps reduce the labour pains among women who are due for delivery.
Ashoka is one of the best-known Ayurvedic ingredients for a female reproductive system. It is known to build a healthy uterine. Boil a teaspoon of ashoka powder with milk, add sugar and then drink this mixture in the morning.
It can be taken either in the form of a powder or liquid. Take about one spoon of amalakki powder with water, once a day, or take about 20-30 drops of amalakki liquid in a glass of water and drink it about twice in a day.
10. Cumin Seeds:
Take powdered cumin seeds along with tulsi juice and then mix it with fresh milk. This helps improve the overall health of a woman. It provides all the required nutrients for a woman's reproductive health and well-being.
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