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Oligomenorrhea is the term for infrequent or very light menstruation. It is described as menstrual periods that occur at intervals of greater than 35 days, with only four to nine menstrual periods in a year. Oligomenorrhea increases the risk of infertility, osteoporosis and some cardiovascular diseases.

Oligomenorrhea is most commonly associated with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Women with PCOS have slightly higher levels of male hormones, called androgens, which causes oligomenorrhea. The other causes include hormonal changes, emotional and physical stress, chronic illnesses, tumors that secrete estrogen, poor nutrition, excessive exercise, eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa etc.

Useful herbs

Actaea rubra

In the treatment of stomach pains, coughs, colds, menstrual irregularities, post partum pains, to increase milk flow and as a purgative after childbirth (root)

Adiantum capillus-veneris

To calm coughs, to promote perspiration and menstruation, and to treat urinary disorders, colds, rheumatism, heartburn, gallstones, alopecia (hair loss), and sour stomach (plant); applied to the forehead to relieve headaches and to the chest to relieve chest pains (frond paste)

Ajuga chamaepitys

For gout and rheumatism and efficient in menstrual derangements, in dropsy, jaundice, strangury, and visceral obstructions

Ananas comosus

For cancer and tumors, coagulating blood, in edemas, third degree burns and promoting the absorption of drugs, to expel intestinal worms, as emmenagogue, as a drastic treatment for venereal diseases, as a gargle in cases of sore throat and as an antidote for seasickness.

Anemone pulsatilla

In disorders of the mucous membrane, of the respiratory and of the digestive passages, for catarrhal affection of the eyes, as well as for catarrhal diarrhoea, in the relief of headaches and neuralgia, and as a remedy for nerve exhaustion in women, relieves the frontal headache from nasal catarrh, nervous headache, particularly when due to gastric disturbances, with greasy taste, menstrual headache, with chilliness and suppressed menses, bilious and gastric headaches, of a dull and heavy character, with greasy taste and nausea, and headaches due to uterine irregularities or to a rheumatic diathesis

Angelica anomala

To regulate menstrual cycle and decreases menstrual pain (root); in the treatment of colds and headaches, coryza, leucorrhoea, boils and abscesses (plant).

Angelica pubescens

To promote menstruation, to treat arthritis, rheumatism, headache, toothache and abscesses.

Angelica sinensis

In the treatment of a wide range of women's complaints where it regulates the menstrual cycle and relieves period pain and also to ensure a healthy pregnancy and easy delivery.It is an ideal tonic for women with heavy menstruation.

Anthemis cotula

To induce menstruation and was traditionally used to treat supposedly hysterical conditions related to the uterus, as a poultice on piles or to draw splinters out of the body, and can also be applied to the bath water (herb); rheumatism, epilepsy, asthma, colds and fevers (infusion); onto insect stings (leaves)

Anthemis tinctoria

As a poultice on piles and can also be applied to the bath water and onto insect stings (leaves); in earaches and deafness (seed oil); stimulates menstrual flow (plant).

Antidesma ghaesembilla

Used as a drink to treat diarrhea, to promote menses, to recover from childbirth, and to invigorate (decoction of the bark); applied externally to relieve headache, skin diseases and abdominal swelling, to promote healing of wounds and as a water bath to reduce fever (leaves).

Aristolochia clematitis

Stimulates the uterus, induces menstruation, controls bacterial infections and promotes healing, in the treatment of slow-healing cuts, eczema, infected toe and finger nails (herb); to induce childbirth (stem juice); as a bath in rectal and colon cancer (decoction of leaves and stems).

Artemisia abrotanum

Improves digestion and liver function by increasing secretions in the stomach and intestines, it stimulates the uterus and encourages menstrual flow, lowers fevers, relaxes spasms and destroys intestinal worms (plant)

Artemisia dracunculus

To cure toothache (root); stimulates the digestive system and uterus, lowers fevers and destroys intestinal worms (plant); in the treatment of indigestion, flatulence, nausea, hiccups etc (leaves); to treat digestive problems, as emmenagogue (essential oil)

Artemisia sieversiana

As a tonic, emmenagogue, antiseptic and expels worms (leaves and flowering stems); as a wash to relieve painful joints (plant decoction).A paste of the roots is applied to boils.

Artemisia vulgaris

Used to bring on delayed or suppressed menstrual cycle and helps to regulate menstrual cycles (plant); in the treatment of nervous and spasmodic affections, sterility, functional bleeding of the uterus, dysmenorrhoea, asthma and diseases of the brain (leaves and flowering tops); Used in Homeopathy to treat epilepsy, petit mal, hysteria, sleepwalking, dizziness and prolapsed uterus.

Asarum canadense

Chronic chest complaints, asthma, coughs, colds, dropsy, painful spasms of the bowels and stomach, scanty or painful menstruation, infantile convulsions (root); applied as a poultice to wounds and inflammations, whilst a decoction or salve is applied to sores (fresh leaves)

Ballota nigra

For treating problems connected with the respiratory system, convulsions, low spirits and the menopause, in the treatment of nervous dyspepsia, travelling sickness, morning sickness in pregnancy, arthritis, gout, scanty menstrual flow and bronchitis.

Balsamorhiza hookeri

For stomach problems, bladder difficulties, menstrual irregularities and other female complaints (root); used in the treatment of stomach pains and colds and as a steam bath for treating headaches (decoction of the leaves, roots and stems)

Calendula arvensis

As a tonic, for regulating menstruation, in jaundice and ulcers of the stomach (flower); for skin problems and is applied externally to bites and stings, sprains, wounds, sore eyes, varicose veins etc

Campsis grandiflora

In the treatment of women's complaints (flowers and whole plant); to correct menstrual disorders, rheumatoid pains, traumatic injuries, difficult urination, pruritis and oozing dermaphytoses (flower)

Celastrus scandens

For chronic liver and skin ailments (including skin cancer), rheumatism, leucorrhoea, dysentery and suppressed menses; to treat obstinate sores, skin eruptions etc (root); as an ointment on burns, scrapes and skin eruptions (bark)

Cissus quadrangularis

Bone healing (plant and stem); asthma (stem); stimulating gastric acid secretion (young shoots and leaf); irregular menstruation, dyspepsia, indigestion, piles, worms, gout, syphilis, venereal diseases, leucorrhoea and anorexia.

Crataegus pinnatifida

To lower blood cholesterol levels and to improve blood circulation, for abdominal distension, pain, diarrhoea and to induce menstruation (fruit); in the treatment of difficult labour, hernia and swollen genitals (seed); as an antidote to varnish poisoning (leaves and twigs); in the treatment of nausea and vomiting (root)

Crotalaria juncea

As a laxative, abortifacient and for inducing vomitting (leaf); and the seeds in impetigo, psoriasis and as emmenagogue. Besides, a paste of the leaves is applied in skin diseases. Seeds are used to purify blood, in treatment of impetigo, psoriasis and skin diseases. It is used as an emmenagogue. Flowers are used to treat leucorrhoea and blood diseases.

Curcuma zedoaria

As a blood purifier (fresh rhizome). Useful in flatulent colic and debility of the digestive organs. Improves blood circulation, ant contusion, and improves menstrual flow. It also helps in pain and swelling associated with sprains.

Cymbopogon nardus

Increasing the secretion of gastric juices (leaf); As emmenagogue, helps with gastro-intestinal distress including stomach ache and colitis, intestinal parasites, rheumatism, arthritis pain, cold and flu (Essential plant oil)

Cyperus esculentus

Promote urine production and menstruation (plant); in the treatment of flatulence, indigestion, colic, diarrhoea, dysentery, debility and excessive thirst (tubers)

Daucus carota

Hemorrhoids, leprosy, tumors, eye diseases, burns, to encourage delayed menstruation, can induce uterine contractions and jaundice (root); poultice for sores (root decoction); kidney diseases and dropsy (fruit and seed); colic (fruit); for lithic acid or gouty disposition, in gravel and stone, and is good against flatulence, windy colic, hiccough, dysentery, chronic coughs, etc (tea); to mitigate the pain of cancerous ulcers (root poultice); cleanse running sores and ulcers (leaves wth honey); used to counter cystitis and kidney stone formation, and to diminish stones that have already formed (leaf infusion); in the treatment of diabetes (flower infusion); for threadworms (grated raw root); used in the treatment of oedema, flatulent indigestion and menstrual problems (root infusion); a traditional 'morning after' contraceptive (seed).

Dendrophthoe falcata

As an abortifacient (stem); brain tonic and in skin diseases (plant); menstrual problems, wounds and asthma (bark); is used to treat wounds, as emmenagogue and as a remedy for consumption, asthma and mania. The lukewarm leaf juice is used as an eardrop to cure earache.

Dictamnus albus

In nervous complaints and intermittent fevers, in scrofulous and scorbutic diseases (root); it strongly stimulates the muscles of the uterus, inducing menstruation and sometimes causing abortion (plant); for female complaints and constipation (leaves).

Fagopyrum dibotrys

In the treatment of traumatic injuries, lumbago, menstrual irregularities, purulent infections, snake and insect bites (decoction); insect bites, dysmenorrhoea, inflammation, lumbago, snakebite and traumatic injuries (root); in stomach disorders (grains).

Foeniculum vulgare

Spleen, kidney and chest diseases, gastrointestinal problems, eye and eyelid inflammations and medicine for cattle (fruit); colic (of infants) and kills hookworm (oil); as an emmenagogue, edema, rheumatism and asthma (essential seed oil).

Forsythia viridissima

To treat carbuncles, mastitis, inflammation, suppuration, lymphadenitis and suppressed menstruation

Gossypium herbaceum

As an expectorant, laxative and aphrodisiac (seed); discharges from the uterus (flower); stimulating or restoring normal menstrual function (root bark); sporadic fever and dysentery (seed decoction); applied to various skin lesions and for joints inflamed. It not only increases the contractions of the uterus in labour, but also is useful in the treatment of metrorrhagia, specially when dependent on fibroids; useful also as an ecbolic; of value in sexual lassitude. Seed oil and root bark may cause male sterility.

Mollugo pentaphylla

For eye sores, as an antiseptic and stimulating the secretion of gastric juices; promotes digestion; also promotes menses and suppressed lochia (leaves); to relieve sore legs (poultice); applied to relieve earache (oil).

Parthenium hysterophorus

Relieving neuralgia, as emmenagogue and tonic.

Passiflora foetida

Fruit is emetic, decoction is used in biliousness and asthma. Leaves are applied on the head in giddiness and headache. Their decoction is reportedly used to treat asthma and biliousness. A decoction of the leaves or roots is said to be an emmenagogue and useful for treating hysteria.

Rhododendron arboreum

On forehead in headache, to treat gout and rheumatism (leaves); menstrual disorders, in diarrhoea and dysentery (flowers); coughs, diarrhoea and dysentery (bark juice). Flowers are crushed and snuffed to stop nasal bleeding.

Ricinus communis

As one of the best laxatives (seed oil); poultice for boils, rheumatism and sores (seed paste); skin diseases, such as ringworm, and itching, as an emmenagogue (leaf decoction);in temporary constipation and wherever a mild action is essential, and is extremely useful for children and the aged, for various cutaneous complaints, such as ringworm, itch, dropped into the eye to remove the after-irritation caused by the removal of foreign bodies (oil); used by nursing mothers as an external application, to increase the flow of milk, as a poultice to relieve headaches and treat boils and diabetes (leaves).

Ruta graveolens

For colic, as an analgesic, in hysteria, giddiness, nervous headaches, palpitations and rheumatism (leaf); alleviating gall bladder stones, gallbladder pain and spasms, in amenorrhea and menopause (for hot flashes) (plant); as an emmenagogue, anthelmintic and in epilepsy (volatile oil); coughs, flatulence (flower infusion); alleviating pain.

Salvia officinalis

In upper respiratory tract inflammations, digestive disorders, as a tonic, in reducing fever, nausea, alleviating spasms, and in skin diseases and irregular menstruation; for the treatment of thrush and gingivitis (oil); as a gargle in the treatment of sore-throats (leaves)

Saraca asoca

For urinary discharges (seeds); in indigestion, dysppepsia, dysentery, piles and sores, irregular menstruation and in internal hemorrhaging (“where ergot is indicated”) (bark); for syphilis and hemorrhagic dysentery (dried flowers).

Satureja hortensis

Ear maladies (leaf); used in menstrual suppression and flatulent colic, and is a stimulating tonic after fevers, to treat nausea, diarrhoea, bronchial congestion, sore throat.

Scoparia dulcis

For diarrhea, for menstrual problems (pain, cramps, premenstrual syndrome [PMS], and to promote and normalize menstruation), vomiting, kidney problems and to increase the secretion of gastric juices (plant); in fever, cough and bronchitis and as a gargle for toothache (leaf); to relieve symptoms of glycosuria, reduce hyperglycaemia, increase RBC count, in anaemia, albuminuria, ketonuria, retinitis and other complications associated with diabetes mellitus.

Sesamum indicum

Used in piles and a decoction of them is used as emmenagogue, on ulcers, in dysentery, infantile cholera and diarrhoea, in urinary complaints in combination with other medicines, acute cystitis, strangury, early rheumatism, used internally in catarrhal affections of kidney and urinary bladder and externally, are applied on ophthalmic and skin problems (fresh leaves); helps to prevent gall and kidney stones (seeds).

Silybum marianum

For arresting bleeding and as a demulcent (seed); as a diaphoretic and gentle laxative (leaf); liver problems such as hepatitis, jaundice and cirrhosis and due to eating fungi containing phalloidine or amantine; in gallstones, for intermittent fevers, dropsy and as emmenagogue (whole plant).

Thymus linearis

In suppressed urine & menstruation, catarrh, and whooping-coughs (plant);in asthma, cold and to expel round worm (dried leaves); to cure gum and toothache (young flower) .

Toona sinensis

Used to treat red spots on skin and as a remedy for gynecological troubles, including irregular menses (bark); to treat diarrhoea, chronic dysentery, flatulence, bloody stools, seminal emissions, leucorrhoea, metrorrhagia and gonorrhoea (decoction of bark); used to cool and to promote urination (powdered roots); chewed to stimulate digestion (young leaves).

Trillium erectum

To aid childbirth, as a treatment for irregular menstrual periods, period pains and excessive vaginal discharge, ulcers (especially varicose), skin complaints, gangrene, insect bites and stings, as a wash for sore nipples.

Vaccaria pyramidata

Maladies of the skin and as a tonic (sap); to treat skin problems, breast tumours, in suppressed menstruation, deficiency of lactation and sluggish labour (decoction); to cure itch (plant)




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