A natural cure for dysmenorrhea

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(Natural News) Women suffering from menstrual pain caused by primary dysmenorrhea often rely on mefenamic acid, a prescription drug, for relief. However, this drug can cause harmful side effects like heartburn or nausea. Thankfully, a study has determined that a plant called felty germander (Teucrium polium) is just as capable as mefenamic acid for treating primary dysmenorrhea. The adverse effects of mefenamic…

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