Lady’s Mantle: A Woman’s Friend

I always found it curious how much the names and even the way some herbs appear to be a refection of their medicine. Such as the way an herb, leaf, or flower can reflect the similar shape of our human body parts, or how the color of the stems of another plant can indicate its medicine for blood. Reading herbs out in the wilderness sure comes with a lot of experience, but over time, the more you learn about nature the more it becomes hard to deny how impeccably undeniable it is that we are a part of nature and god has truly placed everything that we need here on the earth for us.
Lady’s Mantle is a wonderful example of this.

Lady’s Mantle is a herb a that is known to help women regulate irregular cycles, relieve cramps, and help reduce heavy menstrual bleeding. It is also used to promote fertility due to its ability to help regulate cycles. Because Lady’s Mantle has astringent and anti-inflammatory properties it can be useful in treating those who are suffering from loose stools and women who are experiencing menopause.

Because Lady’s Mantle is greatly known for helping provide women with a healthy uterus it is a good herb to take during the 9th month of pregnancy to help with labor. It can be taken with Raspberry leaf which is another great women’s herb for both fertility and menstruation.

Active Properties and Vitamins

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Astringent
  • Vitamin C
  • Styptic
  • Tannins
  • Antioxidants

Other Lady’s Mantle Benefits

  • Skin Care
  • Endometriosis and Fibroid Pain
  • A Powerful Antioxidant
  • Digestion

Side Effects and Precautions

  • Lady’s Mantle is not recommended for the use of women who are pregnant or nursing. (Unless in the 9th Month of Pregnancy.)
  • Some researchers are concerned that consuming Lady’s Mantle is associated with liver damage. Not enough research has been done to determine the safety or short-term and long-term effects of consuming Lady’s Mantle.
  • Lady’s Mantle may aggravate bleeding disorders and people suffering from such conditions should avoid Lady’s Mantle, especially those suffering from blood clots, anemia, and high blood pressure.
  • Those scheduled for surgery should avoid consuming Lady’s Mantle two weeks prior and two weeks following surgery.
  • Those taking blood thinners and iron supplements should avoid Lady’s Mantle

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