Period Self-Care Tips

You’re probably wondering what in the world is period self-care? Friend, it is one of the most important things you can do during your cycle. Your physical and emotional health is vital! Girlish wants to make sure that you’re taking care of yourself. We have a few tips and products to ease your monthly friend! 

Tip numero 1: Take Girlish supplements 

We recommend a few supplements that will help with cramps, bleeding, PMS, and any other menses.

  • Period Pops: Ginger and turmeric could help decrease markers of inflammation, relieve chronic pain, reduce nausea, and improve immune function. 
  • Raspberry Pops: Raspberry Leaf is also known as “the woman’s herb” as it contains fragarine and tannins which together are known for treating PMS symptoms. 
  • Apple Cider Vinegar Pops: Apple cider vinegar is anti-inflammatory in nature and thus helps relieve period pain. Consuming apple cider vinegar helps in regulating the menstrual cycle and in treating PCOS symptoms.
  • Endo Pops: Chamomile has antispasmodic and relaxing properties which are useful in calming the symptoms associated with PMS. Also, it helps modulate the actions of dopamine and serotonin, helping to offset or at least reduce the impact of depressive symptoms.
  • Yoni Pops: Yoni Pops are an effective healthy way to remedy a variety of vaginal problems. Yoni Pops with probiotic suppositories can help cleanse the area to prevent them from reoccurring.
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    Tip numero 2: Drink Tea

    Raspberry leaf tea, ginger tea, chamomile tea, peppermint tea, thyme tea, cinnamon tea, and green tea all contain properties that can help ease cramping, bloating, and pain relief properties! 

    P.S We sell a variety of teas! 

    Tip numero 3: Stay Active

    You might not be the most motivated when you have your period, but it helps with cramps! This relieves back pain and increases circulation. You can try light exercises such as walking, pilates, stretching, and light cardio. You got this!

    Tip numero 4: STAY HYDRATED

    You are most likely to get dehydrated since you’re eliminating fluid. By drinking a ton of water a day (8 glasses of water) you are helping your back pain or cramps. 

    Tip numero 5: Stay Warm 

    Take a hot shower, get a heated blanket, put on your best fuzzy socks, grab a heating pad, and stay warm! Sit back and let your muscles relax!


    Make sure to keep these tips in mind next time your cycle comes!


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