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Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) starts during the second half of the menstrual cycle (say 14 days) that lasts till the first 1 or 2 days of the menstrual period.
It can be mild to severe depending on a woman’s current situation. Its common symptoms involve both physical and psychological changes within.
Psychological issues include mood swings, anxiety, depression, crying spells, food cravings, appetite changes, insomnia, poor concentration, and social withdrawal.
Physical issues cover tender breasts, bloating, acne outbreaks, constipation or diarrhea, muscle or joint pain, headache, fatigue, and weight gain because of fluid retention.
Before we proceed further let us explain what the menstrual cycle actually is. A baby girl is born with around 450,000 eggs inside of her.
When she reaches the age of about 12 to 15 years (puberty) she has about 6000 eggs left and every month one egg is matured and released from her ovaries traveling all the way through fallopian tubes and reaches her uterus.
This process is known as ovulation. Along with it the uterus also surrounds itself with thick linings so that if she gets pregnant the fetus gets support for its further development.
If she doesn’t conceive this thick lining sheds oozing out in the form of blood. The first day of the menstrual blood flow is counted as day 1 of the menstrual cycle. The ovulation occurs during the midway, say 10 to 16 days before the next periods.
An average menstrual cycle is of 28 days which means there would be a gap of around 28 days (plus or minus 4-5 days) between two periods flow.
The amount of blood is approximately 4 tablespoons per day which lessen as the day passes. The total number of days that takes for the blood flow is 3 to 5 days in which the flow of blood is maximum on the first 2-3 days and gets decreased on the 4th and 5th day.
There are cases in which a woman takes just 2 days or as long as 7 days to menstruate. The more she menstruates the more she loses blood from her body and becomes deficient of iron.
Irregular periods involve the gap of a number of days between two menstrual cycles that are never fixed. In such a case, the female either takes 21 days or long as 40 days which is a big issue if she wants to conceive.
If a woman wants to get pregnant she is advised to keep an eye on her periods every month so as to get the basic idea when she is likely to get ovulated and conceived.
It is also suggested to have intercourse 2 to 3 days before the ovulation since the male’s sperms can live up to 3 to 5 days inside a woman’s body and so the moment the egg gets released it gets fertilized. One cannot determine her ovulating period because of irregularity.
Now the issue is about PMS that occurs after when the woman ovulates. All the symptoms we have mentioned above are seen by 3 out of 4 women, so it is quite common among them.
One cannot remove this entirely because it is an obvious biological process but it can certainly be curbed by bringing some lifestyle changes. Consume foods rich in calcium and protein.
It also includes whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products. Cut back on the intake of salt, alcohol, caffeine, and chocolates. Also, perform mild to moderate exercise under the supervision of a trained professional.
Most women who experience abdominal pain take allopathic pain killers but such things just suppress the symptoms for a few hours. After that, these pain killers need to be taken again to maintain that consistency.
We have a better solution than this. Why not take ayurvedic herbal supplements for PMS such as MCBC capsules that can curb all your symptoms that you experience on those days?
Herboglobin capsules make additional benefits of fulfilling the loss of iron if in case you experience this due to heavy blood flow. The MCBC capsules are skilled in curbing the Premenstrual Syndrome as well as irregular and painful periods.
Irregular periods are faced by most women and MCBC capsules can help them curb that as well. In that case, her menstrual cycle and the flow get regulated.
The loss of iron won’t be an issue since Herboglobin capsules would fulfill that gap. The herbal ingredients used while making both these products are renowned for their regulating menstrual cycle naturally for ages.
Therefore, be regular with these ayurvedic herbal supplements for PMS and see the changes yourself in just a few weeks or months.
Definitely not! This ayurvedic Premenstrual Syndrome treatment does not cause any side effects, no matter for how long you consume these or with which herbal pills you consume them.
Moreover, all products of ours are manufactured in a well equipped and hygienic environment following hard safety norms.
The firm where both MCBC and Herboglobin capsules are manufactured in GMP certified as well which has maintained its consistency for years.
You need to take these herbal supplements for PMS for about three-four months (12 to 16 weeks) so as to witness marvelous changes within.
This average duration is subjected to change since there is always variation in everyone’s physical bodies.
Take 1 pill of each MCBC and Herboglobin with water or milk after consuming meals twice a day.
There is no special dietary plan when it comes to consuming MCBC and Herboglobin capsules. We simply recommend cutting down excessive caffeine, chocolates, salt, and alcohol and having more and more diet rich in calcium and protein.
Also take whole wheat grains, fresh fruits, green vegetables, and low-fat dairy.
If one wants to buy MCBC and Herboglobin capsules in India then they must follow the following steps:
Once we get the confirmation of your complete pay we will send your parcel to your given address.
All the products are discreetly packed and shipped and so you will be getting your parcel in a plain paper where nothing is mentioned outside about what is containing in it.
The parcels are received between the time-frame of three to five business days.
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|INGREDIENTS OF MCBC CAPSULES|
Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi), Aparajita (Clitoria ternatea), Agastya (Sesbania grandiflora), Salabmisri (Orchis mascula), Jyotishmati (Celastrus paniculatus), Kachnar (Bauhinia Tancatosa), Unab (Zizyphus Vulgaris), Buch (Acorus calamus), Nilkadambika (Sphaeranthus indicus), Ustukhuddus (Lavandula stoechas), Gurhal (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis), Shankhpushpi (Convolvulus Pluricaulis), Brahmadandi (Tricholepis glaberrima), Shatavari (Asparagus Racemosus), Dirghwali (Argyreia speciosa), Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis), Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri)