On this page you’ll find links to all the resources we have to offer for painful periods.
Our hormones are constantly changing in response to our external and internal environment. The reproductive hormones follow a general pattern called the menstrual cycle for most people while they're of a certain age range. Having balanced hormones is a colloquialism for meaning having hormones that don't cause us any trouble. It has very little to do with the actual levels of our hormones we might expect to see on any test results.
Most people with endo and/or adeno will at some point wonder if the pain killers they take so frequently are OK to take so much. The trouble is, there isn't any natural pain killers available over the counter in a pharmacy in the UK. Many women will need something stronger than the pain relief herbs can provide safely.
For some, their pain is reassuring. A physical sensation that reminds them of their strength as a woman. A reminder their bodies are powerful and trustworthy. It knows when to deliver itself of an endometrial lining which wasn't needed.
I’d like to think I’ve had some of the worst period pains going, surely it can’t get much worse?? I once turned green at work and had to sit down behind the shop counter. It’s not a good look. But that’s what period pain can do to us sometimes.
Soothe your monthly irritations and enliven the spirit with these salts, intended to be used during the pre-menstrual phase.
These drops contain alcohol extracts of 4 herbs which are associated with Goddesses; The Virgin Mary, The Nymph Ida, Aphrodite and Artemis. I made these drops to help women tune into their womb wisdom again.
Get your Omega-3s in a liquid! This all natural, rich orange colour liquid is reflective of the Wild Alaskan Pollock diet. The oil is gently processed to remove environmental contaminants while preserving the natural micronutrients Vitamin A & D and the super antioxidant Astaxanthin.
Strengthen and Soothe your nerves with this Hawthorn and Cardamon powder. It can be added to your cereal, smoothies, or even aded to nut milk to make a gorgeous chai drink.
This new balm is a natural, plant based product which is applied directly to the tummy, back or thighs (wherever you feel it’s needed) whilst you're in the throws of cramps. It uses relaxing essential oils: mint, marjoram and cypress with castor oil, shea butter and coconut oil to give a velvety texture.