alexa Abstract | Effect of Iranian herbal medicines in Dysmenorrhea phytotherapy

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Dysmenorrhea is one of the most prevalent medical disorders of gynecologic system that affects almost 50% of women with regular menstruation. Today, for the treatment and control of pain and symptoms, various methods such as herbal therapy, local heat, thiamin, vitamin E, fish oil supplements, acupuncture and transcutaneous nerve stimulation are used. In this study, the most important medicinal plants native to Iran, which are effective on pain are reported. Iranian herbs such as mint, platyloba, anise, valerian, thyme, mountain tea, ginger, lemon balm, sage, vitakous, dill, cinnamon, chamomile, celery, saffron, anise, anise, cumin, borage, marshmallow, citron, yarrow, black beans, buttercup, cardamom, oregano, black pepper and so on are used for dysmenorrhea.

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Author(s): Mahmoud Bahmani Zohreh Eftekhari Mahyar Jelodari Kourosh Saki RezaAbdollahi Maedeh Majlesi Mahmoud RafieianKopaei and Shahriar Rasouli


Dysmenorrhea, herbal medicine, herbs, Iran, herbal medicines, phytotherapy

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