Menstrual Pain Tincture

$17.50

These drops can be used for most types of menstrual pain, although they work best when the pain is reduced by heat. 

In other words, they are designed for cold-type period pain.

The Menstrual Pain Tincture should be taken in the lead up to the period, and then throughout the period until the bleeding stops, even if the pain is not present. The patient should be instructed that these are not substitute “pain killers,” that is, they are not just aimed at stopping the pain, but rather are intended to gradually eliminate the pain altogether, and so should be continued as long as the menstrual blood is flowing even if there is no pain.

Steve will usually instruct the patient to continue whatever strategies the patient currently employs to reduce the pain, and just add the drops to that regimen. Otherwise, if the patient from the very first period just drops everything they usually do to reduce the pain and just relies on the drops, they will often not be enough if the pain is severe. It is better to add the drops, and then gradually reduce the other coping mechanisms as they become no longer necessary.

To be taken before and during the period, 3 droppers-full in warm water AM & PM OR up to four times per day if needed.

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These drops can be used for most types of menstrual pain, although they work best when the pain is reduced by heat. 

In other words, they are designed for cold-type period pain.

The Menstrual Pain Tincture should be taken in the lead up to the period, and then throughout the period until the bleeding stops, even if the pain is not present. The patient should be instructed that these are not substitute “pain killers,” that is, they are not just aimed at stopping the pain, but rather are intended to gradually eliminate the pain altogether, and so should be continued as long as the menstrual blood is flowing even if there is no pain.

Steve will usually instruct the patient to continue whatever strategies the patient currently employs to reduce the pain, and just add the drops to that regimen. Otherwise, if the patient from the very first period just drops everything they usually do to reduce the pain and just relies on the drops, they will often not be enough if the pain is severe. It is better to add the drops, and then gradually reduce the other coping mechanisms as they become no longer necessary.

To be taken before and during the period, 3 droppers-full in warm water AM & PM OR up to four times per day if needed.