Women's Health

Often putting themselves last, women tend to overlook the importance of maintaining a healthy mind and body.

The unique health care issues women face throughout their lives include physical issues such as sexual and reproductive health, fertility, menopause, osteoporosis, urinary tract infection (UTI), fitness, and premenstrual syndrome (PMS)...

Often putting themselves last, women tend to overlook the importance of maintaining a healthy mind and body.

The unique health care issues women face throughout their lives include physical issues such as sexual and reproductive health, fertility, menopause, osteoporosis, urinary tract infection (UTI), fitness, and premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Women also confront vital psychological concerns like stress management, anxiety, depression, and even premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD).

Below you will find a comprehensive set of herbal  and homeopathic remedies from our suppliers to help you manage and optimize women's health – naturally and safely.

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  • Beauty & Personal Care...

    Taking proper care of your body involves more than just exercise, nutrition, and treating diseases or ailments; it can also mean maintaining standards of personal hygiene and treating yourself right on the outside. Often seen as luxuries, it’s important to keep up with personal care because it can have immense healing effect on both the mind and body.

    Many ailments can affect your outward appearance and cause severe discomfort both physically and mentally. From simple issues like dry skin, damaged hair or poor nail care, to more complex conditions such as psoriasis, balding, acne or weight troubles, taking care of your personal hygiene and outer body can be a big part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

    Below you will find a comprehensive set of herbal remedies from Native Remedies to help you with beauty and personal care – naturally and safely.

  • Menstrual/Pre-Menstrual
    Most women are a little more irritable than usual the days before their menstrual cycle begins. In fact, approximately 80% of women suffer from physical and emotional symptoms just before their period. Symptoms may vary from woman to woman and from month to month.

    Not all women have premenstrual symptoms, but millions have their lives regularly disrupted to some extent. The symptoms tend to taper off with menstruation and women remain symptom-free until the two weeks or so prior to the next menstrual period. (Some useful PMS information)

    There are many ways that women can help themselves to cope with the weeks before their period. Some self-care tips include:

    * Eating a healthy, well balanced diet rich in vegetables, fruit and whole grains
    * Exercising regularly
    * Maintaining regular sleep patterns
    * Practicing relaxation techniques such as meditation, yoga or deep breathing exercises
    * Adding calcium and vitamins to your diet
    * A hot water bottle or castor oil pack relieves pain and cramping
    * Hot bubble bath and aromatherapy massage
    * Recording and tracking PMS symptoms in a journal
    * A good support system offering understanding and empathy also helps – a spouse, partner, family members or friends