Menstrual Pain

Menstrual Pain

Menstrual cramping and pain is an issue faced monthly by so many women. The dull throbbing pain is experienced when contractions lead to decreased oxygen flow in the uterus, which is a muscle.

While some women experience only minor cramping, others have debilitating attacks that can leave them unable to work or enjoy daily activities.

Menstrual Cramping


Symptoms of menstrual cramping include:

  • Painful cramping in the abdomen
  • Pain radiating to the lower back and thighs
  • Nausea and dizziness
  • Sweating

Wellbeing at Home

A few natural remedies believed to assist in relieving menstrual cramping include:

  • Taking a warm bath with essential oils to relax and soothe pain.
  • Placing a heating pad or hot water bottle on the lower abdomen.
  • Spraying Redfeather Pain Spray on the lower abdomen and lower back. The natural menthol will provide a warming sensation that soothes the cramping.
  • Light exercise for whole body well-being.
  • Consulting a health care practitioner for dietary supplements which might benefit you.
Image of woman relieving menstrual pain with hot water bottle on abdomen.