|Blood Flow||2||Vitamin E, Pycnogenol, Fish Oil|
|Memory||2||Black Cohosh, Vitamin E, Ginger, Fish Oil|
|Lipid Peroxidation||2||Vitamin E, Fish Oil|
|Insulin Sensitivity||2||Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Fish Oil, Magnesium|
|Immunity (aka Immune system)||1||Vitamin E|
|Cognition||1||Black Cohosh, Pycnogenol|
|Interferon Gamma||1||Vitamin E|
|Cell Adhesion Factors (aka sCAM-1||1||Vitamin E, Fish Oil|
|Rate of Gastric Emptying||1||Ginger|
|Endothelial Function||1||Fish Oil|
|Prostate Cancer Risk||1||Vitamin E|
|Free Testosterone||1||Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Fish Oil, Magnesium|
|Lean Mass||1||Vitamin D, Fish Oil|
|Attention||1||Pycnogenol, Fish Oil|
|Infant Birth Weight||1||Fish Oil|
|Interleukin 4||1||Vitamin E|
|Total Cholesterol||Neutral||Vitamin E|
|Triglycerides||Neutral||Vitamin E, Magnesium|
|White Blood Cell Count||Neutral||Vitamin E|
|Serum T3||Neutral||Vitamin E|
|Breast Cancer Risk||Neutral||Vitamin E|
|Risk of Stroke||Neutral||Vitamin E|
|Apolipoprotein B||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|Bleeding Time||Neutral||Vitamin E|
|Colon cancer risk||Neutral||Vitamin E|
|Postpartum Depression||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|Verbal Fluency||Neutral||Vitamin E|
|Serum T4||Neutral||Vitamin E|
|Natural Killer Cell Content (aka NK cell||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|VO2 Max||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|C-Reactive Protein||Neutral||Vitamin E|
|B cell count||Neutral||Fish Oil|
|Power Output||Neutral||Vitamin D|
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Clinical reports from Germany have suggested that vitex may help relieve different menstrual abnormalities associated with premenstrual syndrome, including dysmenorrhea.
In a double-blind trial, women with dysmenorrhea received a placebo or a single administration of a large amount of vitamin D, which appeared to significantly diminish menstrual pain. This should only be done under doctor supervision.
Vitamin B1 appears to relieve dysmenorrheal in cases of vitamin B1 deficiency. It is not known whether supplementing would relieve the condition in women who are not deficient.
Vervain is a traditional herb for dysmenorrhea.
Some practitioners report success using topical progesterone cream for dysmenorrhea.
An herbal formulation known as toki-shakuyaku-san combines peony root with other herbs and has been found to reduce cramping and pain associated with dysmenorrhea.
False unicorn was used in the Native American tradition for a large number of women's health conditions, including painful menstruation.
Dong quai has been used either alone or in combination with other traditional Chinese medicine herbs to help relieve painful menstrual cramps.
A constituent of corydalis called tetrahydropalmatine appears to heave pain-relieving and sedative effects. It has shown to be effective for painful menstruation.
Muscles that are calcium-deficient tend to be hyperactive and therefore might be more likely to cramp. Calcium may help prevent menstrual cramps by maintaining normal muscle tone.
Blue cohosh has been used traditionally for easing painful menstrual periods. Women of childbearing age using this herb should stop using it as soon as they become pregnant.
Black cohosh has a history as a folk medicine for relieving menstrual cramps.
400 to 600 IU of vitamin E a day for five days, beginning two days before menstruation. Taking vitamin E beginning two days before menstruation may help prevent severe pain.
|200 mg||Vitamin B3 (Niacin)||,,,,,,|
200 mg daily throughout menstrual cycle; for cramps: 100 mg every two to three hours. The niacin form of vitamin B3 has been reported to be effective in relieving menstrual cramps in 87% of a group of women supplementing with it throughout the menstrual cycle.
60 mg per day. Preliminary research and double-blind research has reported that pycnogenol may reduce severe abdominal and back pain during menses.
2 grams daily for one month; after that, 2 grams per day beginning eight days prior to menstruation and continuing for two days after the start . Women who took krill oil had improved abdominal pain and reported using fewer pain relievers for menstrual pain than those who took fish oil in one study.
250 mg four times per day, beginning at the start of menstruation and continuing for three days. In a double-blind trial, ginger powder was as effective as anti-inflammatory medication (mefenamic acid and ibuprofen) in relieving symptoms of dysmenorrhea.
A fish oil supplement containing EPA and DHA may help prevent menstrual syndromes.
360 mg daily. Supplementing with magnesium may help keep uterine muscles relaxed.
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