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Do you know when you are ovulating? Can you spot the symptoms of each phase of your cycle? Try out an app to track it or simply jotting down the various symptoms can be a great way to find out more about your body's cycle.
Tea tree oil is a popular essential oil that has been used for centuries to kill off bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Studies have shown it's exceptionally helpful at treating acne. It's affordable, easily found in most supermarkets and natural drug stores, and easy to use.
Has your period ever took you by surprise and started when you least expected it? Not everyone has regular periods, and some women can't predict when their period is gonna start.
It's normal to have days throughout life where you don't feel great. The fluctuating hormones going through our bloodstream can make it hard to feel like we are in control of our emotions. Here are three ways to try out to boost your mood, if you're feeling low.
Discharge – a word that we don't talk about because of the taboo that is usually associated with it. Recently, as I scrolled through Instagram, I came across a post that made jokes around the feeling that we get as we get some discharge and need to put our underwear back on afterwards. The female body, while a temple, also remains a hidden secret that only a few of us feel comfortable discussing.
When you have sex, bacteria can spread and may be plastered over your vulva and in the vagina. While this is not necessarily a concern, it can become one if you do not clear your urethra – the tube that allows pee to exit your body – to clean out any bacteria that might be found there. So, pee after sex – go right to the bathroom (it won't kill the mood, I promise) and get rid of the bacteria that will otherwise get you on a trip to the doctor's.
This year, remember that being single gives you something that many others don't have: time on your hands to focus on improving yourself. The appeal of a relationship may disappear once you know who you are.
When you think about all the ways in which we, women, struggle throughout life, it is a wonder how we are still pinning ourselves against one another. Indeed, as we read through newspaper articles, look at social media or simply go about our day to day life, it isn’t rare that we see women pulling other women down and keeping them from achieving success.
Whether you are looking for a gift for your friend, girlfriend, wife, or sister, Lhamo’s natural cotton herbal pads are an original gift to give them. Perhaps you are thinking, really? Pads? But Lhamo pads aren’t just pads.
Did you know that most pads and tampons available in commonly visited stores – CVS, Target, and so on – actually contain very harsh chemicals that are quite toxic to you?
There are many herbal remedies that have been shown to help reduce menstrual cramps. There are many more to try out, from green tea to oolong types of tea to find out what helps you feel your best.
Herbal remedies can help balance female hormones and thereby help you achieve optimal health and fertility. Herbal treatments for hormonal imbalance can be taken in the form of herbal tea or infused into oils, among others.
Have you ever thought of using alternative treatments to deal with your period pain? While Advil and other similar medication can help, there are other ways that don’t involve you taking pills! Let’s have a look at what traditional medicine is and how it can help against period pain.
For thousands of years, herbal medicines have been used to provide individuals all over the world with pain-relieving properties, health-inducing factors, and a multitude of other positive side effects.