Period Pain


Nutritional & Herbal Supplement

De Lune helps alleviate the symptoms of dysmenorrhea (period pain) with clinically researched nutrition and organic herbsall in an easy-to-use liquid formula that can be added to water or your favorite tea. 

De Lune replenishes your body with nutrients lost during menstruation while delivering anti-inflammatory herbs, some of which have been shown to be as powerful as conventional painkillers.

A single bottle of De Lune will last for 1 to 2 cycles depending on the severity of your symptoms.

What's Inside

Cramp Bark: Natural phytochemicals in cramp bark have proven powerful enough to stop even electrically-induced muscle spasms

Research suggests that cramp bark acts as a relaxant to the uterus and lower back due to its natural phytochemicals: scopoletin and viopudial.

Studies have found that scopoletin is powerful enough to stop even electrically-induced muscle spasms. Viopudial works on the cellular level by blocking enzymes that create muscle cramps.

1. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
2. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology & Medicine

Magnesium: Magnesium can reduce cramping by lowering prostaglandin levels—tiny compounds released during menstruation

400mg Magnesium Citrate (100% DV)

Many studies recommend magnesium as a reliable treatment for managing period pain. For example, magnesium has demonstrated a therapeutic effect on cramping in both the lower abdominal and back. Research has also recommended magnesium as a promising treatment for preventing migraine headaches, which many people struggle with during their period.

1. Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics & Gynecology
2. Schweiz Rundsch Med Prax
3. Zentralblatt für Gynäkologie
4. American Academy of Neurology and the American Headache Society 

Ginger: Multiple studies have shown ginger to be as effective as conventional painkillers like ibuprofen, but without the side effects

The anti-inflammatory properties of ginger have been valued for centuries.

Research shows that ginger can inhibit the formation of prostaglandins—tiny compounds that are released into the uterus during menstruation, causing the uterus to contract and become painful.

Multiple studies even concluded it was as effective as conventional painkillers like ibuprofen, but without the side effects. Ginger is also widely used to treat nausea, which many women struggle with during their period.

1. Journal of Medicinal Food
2. The Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine
3. Archives of Gynecology & Obstetrics
4. BMC complementary and alternative medicine

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