Collection: Regulate Menstrual Cycle

In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), the menstrual cycle is regulated by the harmonious interaction of the Kidney, Liver, and Spleen systems. The Kidneys are considered the root of all Yin and Yang in the body and are responsible for the production and regulation of vital substances such as blood, hormones, and reproductive fluids. The Liver is responsible for storing and regulating the flow of blood and is closely connected to the menstrual cycle. The Spleen is responsible for the transformation and transportation of nutrients and fluids in the body and is also important for the regulation of the menstrual cycle.

Imbalances in any of these systems can lead to menstrual irregularities, such as irregular periods, heavy bleeding, or absent periods. In TCM, the cause of these imbalances is often attributed to one or more of the following:

  • Deficiency of Kidney Qi (energy) or Yin (fluids)
  • Stagnation of Liver Qi (energy)
  • Weakness of the Spleen

To regulate the menstrual cycle in TCM, treatment may involve the use of herbs, acupuncture, and other therapies to tonify (strengthen) Kidney Qi and Yin, resolve stagnation of Liver Qi, and support the function of the Spleen.

Some common herbs used to regulate the menstrual cycle in TCM include:

  • Cyathula root (Niu Xi) to resolve blood stasis and support the function of the Liver and Kidneys
  • Chinese Angelica (Dang Gui) to nourish and tonify Blood and support the function of the Liver
  • Paeonia lactiflora (Bai Shao) to nourish Blood and support the function of the Liver
  • Rehmannia glutinosa (Di Huang) to tonify Kidney Yin and support the function of the Liver and Spleen

It is important to note that the use of herbs in TCM should be guided by a trained practitioner. It is also important to remember that TCM is a holistic system of medicine and treatment should be tailored to the individual based on their specific needs and imbalances.

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