Emmenagogue

Herbs that stimulate and normalize the menstrual flow. Black Cohosh, Blessed Thistle, Blue Cohosh, Calendula, Chamomile, Cramp Bark, Fenugreek, Ginger, Golden Seal, Helonias, Motherwort, Squawvine, St. John's Wort, Valerian, Vitex, Wormwood, Yarrow.
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Emmenagogue

Herbs with emmenagogue properties promote menstrual flow. Examples of some herbs are aloe vera, gentian, ginger, myrrh and saffron.
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emmenagogue

[n] - any agent that promotes menstrual discharge
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Emmenagogue

A substance that promotes or assists the flow of menstrual fluid.
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Emmenagogue

Em·men'a·gogue noun [ Greek ..., noun plural, menses (... in + ... month) + ... leading, from ... to lead: confer French emménagogue .] (Medicine) A medicine that promotes the menstrual discharge.
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emmenagogue

noun any agent that promotes menstrual discharge
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Emmenagogue

• (n.) A medicine that promotes the menstrual discharge.
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Emmenagogue

Emmenagogues (also spelled emmenagogs) are herbs which stimulate blood flow in the pelvic area and uterus; some stimulate menstruation. Women have used plants such as mugwort, parsley, chamomile and ginger to cause an abortion or prevent pregnancy (see Abortifacient). Others use emmenagogues to stimulate menstrual flow when menstruation is absent ...
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emmenagogue

drug aiding menstrual flow
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