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$11.99 – $25.99
Unbalanced hormones can lead to pain, bloating, heavy bleeding, mood swings, cravings, night sweats, trouble sleeping, and more — which can make you miserable! Common remedies cover up the pain, but they don’t help balance hormones or solve the underlying issues. Ease the Ache to the rescue!
Our formula contains cramp bark, red raspberry leaf, motherwort, and nettle in a base of cane alcohol or vegetable glycerin as a highly bio-available liquid extract. It helps to reduce pain and bloating, slow bleeding, even out mood, and more. You may just forget you’re on your period!
Expecting a baby? Ease the Ache is also great for postpartum after pains! Include it in your postpartum kit (along with Postpartum Balance) for a smooth postpartum experience.
- Nettle Leaf – anti-inflammatory, full of vitamins and minerals
- Red Raspberry Leaf – tones the uterus without forcing contractions
- Cramp Bark – supports female hormones, helps with pain relief
- Motherwort – helps with pain relief, anti-inflammatory properties, supports postpartum recovery
ABSOLUTELY NO acetaminophen, ibuprofen, aspirin, natural or artificial flavors, artificial colors, sodium benzoate, top allergens (corn, soy, dairy, gluten, nuts) or other unnatural or unsafe ingredients. Period. 🙂
Many women struggle with heavy bleeding, painful cramps, bloating, backaches, and mood swings during their cycle. Ease the Ache is the natural remedy you’ve been looking for!
Four herbs in a base of organic cane-derived alcohol (Original) or vegetable glycerin (Alcohol-Free) unite to provide natural relief for periods and postpartum pains. Ease the Ache was formulated with herbs that are rich in vitamin K to help slow heavy bleeding, ease cramping and pain, balance hormones, and more. For extra hormonal support, try Postpartum Balance!
- Eases cramping and pain
- Highly bioavailable liquid extract
- Nutrient-rich, including vitamin K
- Tones the uterus
- Calms bloating
- Smooths out mood swings
- Relieves “that heavy feeling”
- Helps with postpartum afterpains
- Supports postpartum recovery
- Supports and balances female hormones
Don’t love your product? Contact us within 30 days and we’ll refund your money. The best way to reach us is through email at [email protected].
- Nettle leaf*
- Red raspberry leaf*
- Cramp bark*
In a base of cane-derived alcohol* or vegetable glycerin* and filtered water.
*Certified organic ingredients
Serving Size: 1 ml
- 1 oz bottle servings: 30
- 2 oz bottle servings: 60
- 4 oz bottle servings: 120
Amount Per Serving:
- Motherwort: 20 mg
- Cramp bark: 20 mg
- Raspberry leaf: 40 mg
- Nettle leaf: 20 mg
Red Raspberry Leaf:
Begin taking Ease the Ache at 1 full dropper per day, 2 – 3 days before your period is supposed to start. Continue taking it once per day until your period ends. You can take it 2 – 3 times per day during the worst cramping. For postpartum use, take 1 dropper full every 3 – 4 hours for the first 2 or 3 days or until afterpains stop.
Shelf Life: 2 years. Safe for ages 8+. Not safe in pregnancy. Safe while breastfeeding.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure anything.
Q: Do I take this daily, or just during my cycle?
A: We recommend taking it 2 – 3 days before your expected period and through the first few days if you experience a lot of cramps or pain. If cramps are milder, it can be taken as needed (including for ovulation pain).
Q: What if my cycle is irregular and I don’t know when my period will start? When should I start taking it? Will it still be beneficial if I don’t start until my period does?
A: You can start taking this as soon as you are experiencing PMS symptoms (bloating, cramping, night sweats, cravings), even if your period may not start for several days. Some of these herbs were historically used to bring on menstruation in women who experienced hormonal imbalances. If you don’t start it until you begin bleeding, it is still beneficial, but may take longer to reduce cramps.
Q: Can this reduce heavy bleeding, or just cramps?
A: Many women do experience lighter bleeding while taking this. Vitamin K-rich herbs support blood health and normal clotting, which can reduce excessive bleeding.
Q: Can this help with PMS?
A: Yes! Many women experience a more even mood, fewer cravings, and better sleep while using it.
Q: Can teenagers or tweens use this?
A: Yes! Girls and young women who are cycling — or are in puberty and may be close — can use this.
Q: Can I take this for headaches or other types of pain?
A: You can! It may or may not be the right remedy, depending on the underlying reason for the headache. Check out “A Guide to Headaches” to help you find the right remedy.
Q: Can I take this during labor?
A: Yes! We don’t recommend it earlier in pregnancy due to the potential of bringing on contractions — but that’s not a concern during labor! It may help to ease labor pains and make contractions more efficient.
Q: Can this help with pain after a miscarriage?
A: Yes, it can help ease heavy bleeding and physical pain. We are sorry for your loss!