Keva Menstrual Care

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Keva Menstrual Care – An Introduction
(MRP: Rs.1199 per 60 Tablets Packaging)

Keva Menstrual Care is launched in India delivers superior nutritional support for healthy menstrual cycle. This is natural herbal product & has been tested & verified by researcher’s team. This is produced under GMP regulations marking its excellent quality & procedure used in manufacturing this product.

Menstrual cycle is one thing that decides majority of women's health. Most of the women experience painful monthly menses. A painless and problem free menstrual cycle depends on the proper functioning of the endocrine glands to stimulate hormone secretion. With Keva Menstrual Care, one can experience a healthy menstrual cycle. Because if menstrual problems persist, she can have a cure in the form of rare & effective herbs that can give relief to the suffering women. These herbs are known for maintaining healthy & regular menstruation cycle. Keva Menstrual Care is natural blend of these herbs.

Why Keva Menstrual Care

Keva Menstrual Care is a powerful product which can tone up female generative organs and promote regular menstruation. Our product is processed with purest quality ingredients procured from reliable suppliers of the market & then manufactured. These products are manufactured and packed under extreme hygienic conditions and under the strict vigilance of quality department. Keva Industries has come up with natural Product for Women Keva Menstrual Care. It also restores pH of the vaginal secretions, decreasing the chances of further infections.

Keva Menstrual Care can be useful in dysmenorrheal, menorrhogia, menopausal problems, irregular menses, excellent uterine tonic, keep women fit healthy. Increase female fertility and help in conception. Control infections and maintain ph of vegina.

What makes Keva Menstrual Care so Effective

Different Herbs that make Keva Menstrual Care effective on Menstrual Problems:

  • Trifolium Pratense – This herb is specially taken from Germany which is known to be of very good quality. It is herbacious perennial plant. Isoflavones from this herb is used to treat the symptoms of menopause. This Red clover used in Keva Menstrual Care originated in Germany and is important forage in world where precipitation is well-distributed throughout the year. The onset of menopause is a natural progression in the life of every woman. Red clover supplements are promoted worldwide for the treatment of menopausal symptoms and the maintenance of health and welfare after the menopause. Clinical trials show that red clover extracts may provide some benefit for hot flushes associated with the menopause. It is also suggested that red clover may be of use for women experiencing breast pain and menstrual cramps. Herbal menopause treatment can be used to treat symptoms such as night sweats, hot flushes, vaginal dryness and painful intercourse, headaches and increased anxiety.

    Heart disease and Osteoporosis are also more prevalent after menopause due to the change in the body’s biochemistry. Herbal menopause treatment from this naturally occurring plant can dramatically reduce these symptoms and prevent diseases caused by the loss of estrogen in the body. Estrogen that occurs in plants is called phytoestrogen. This herb is high in phytoestrogens alleviate menopause symptoms gently and are aimed primarily at balancing the body’s hormone levels naturally. History and science has shown this herb to be most effective in alleviating the symptoms of menopause.
  • Rubia Cordifolia – has been taken from prominent place Ethiopia. It helps in removing toxins from the blood. Since it has been known for its remarkable effect on the female reproductive organs, it is useful in various gynecological problems such as white discharge and irregular menstruation.
  • Saraca Asoca – It is taken from Malaysia which is known to make it of good quality. Saraca Asoca is a plant belonging to the Caesalpiniaceae subfamily of the legume family. The Saraca Asoca is prized for its beautiful foliage and fragrant flowers. It is a very handsome, small, erect evergreen tree, with deep green leaves growing in dense clusters. Its flowering season is around February to April. The Saraca Asoca flowers come in heavy, lush bunches. They are bright orange-yellow in color, turning red before wilting. As a wild tree, the Saraca Asoca is a vulnerable species. There are a few varieties of the Saraca Asoca tree. One variety is larger and highly spreading. The columnar varieties are common in cultivation. Saraca Asoca is also seen as a remedy for women, allowing them to be feminine. The tree is regarded as a guardian of female chastity. Saraca Asoca means without sorrow and it makes a person sorrow less, specially the females and for females, discomfort of menstruation is the greatest sorrow and Saraca Asoca works on it. This herb is useful in treating uterine bleeding & it is effective in uterine dysfunctions and reduces excessive menstrual bleeding.
  • Withania Somnifera - Withania Somnifera grows prolifically in Sri Lanka and this herb is used in Keva Menstrual care which makes this product more effective. It grows as a stout shrub that reaches a height of 170cm. Like the tomato which belongs to the same family, Withania Somnifera bears yellow flowers and red fruit, though its fruit is berry-like in size and shape.. Chemical in nature, bright, strong and beneficial in case of watery diseases, respiratory problems, tuberculosis, swelling, leprosy, poison, wounds, blood purifier, pain, swelling in the uterus and vagina, bleeding, pain reliever. Helps to relieve stress and anxiety, irregular menstruation and abnormal bleeding, leucorrhoea, dysmenorrheal.
  • Aloe Barbadensis – This Aloe has been particularly taken from America because this is of very good quality & more effective. Aloe Barbadensis, also known as Aloe vera is part of the Liliaceae plant family. The name was derived from the Arabic alloeh meaning 'bitter' because of the bitter liquid found in the leaves. It is also known as 'lily of the desert', the 'plant of immortality', and the 'medicine plant'. This helps to increase circulation and oxygenation in the body, promoted menstruation cycle. The Aloe is a stimulant of the uterus. Hence it is given in cases of painful menstruation. This plant contains more than 200 vital nutrients out of which some are given below:
    • Acemannan and other polysaccharides boost T-lymphocyte cells which help promote skin healing and neutralize many of the enzymes responsible for damaging the mucosal wall
    • Aloe-Emodin
    • Aloins, Barbaloin and Isobarbaloin
    • Amino acids
    • Amorphous Aloin
    • Approximately 96% water
    • Enzymes
    • Essential fatty acids (anti-inflammatory).
    • essential oil
    • Galactomannans (long chain sugars derived from plants)
    • glycoproteins (protein-carbohydrate compounds that speed the healing process by stopping pain and inflammation)
    • Minerals
    • Polysaccharides (a type of carbohydrate that stimulates skin growth and repair)
    • Resin
    • Vitamin C
    • Vitamin E
    • Zinc
  • Nardostachys Jatamansi – is a flowering plant of the Valerian family that grows in the Himalayas of China used in Keva Menstrual Care. The plant grows to about 1 m in height and has pink, bell-shaped flowers. It is found in the altitude of about 3000–5000 meters. It exerts a cleansing effect on the uterus, hence is used in menstrual ailments like dysmenorrheal and inflammation of the uterus. Since it exerts a cleansing effect on the uterus, it is used in menstrual ailments like dysmenorrheal and inflammation of the uterus. This herb is said to have a balancing effect on the menstrual cycle. This herb is known to cure menopause problems effectively and permanently.
  • Berberidaceae – Berberidaceae presents several interesting biogeographic features because it is grown in America makes this herb very effective. They are a handsome group of shrubs from the barberry family, with large leaves composed of at least three, to many, holly-like leaflets; they bear flowers in bunches of spikes with many small yellow flowers, often sweetly scented. Cool-climate shrubs, they require a sunny aspect and well-drained, fertile soil with adequate water. In warmer climates they do better in shade or part-shade. They seldom need pruning, but old canes can be cut out at ground level. Propagate from cuttings, basal suckers or seed. This herb contains Emmenagogue an agent that promotes menstrual flow. This agent stimulates the uterine muscular fibers and restores the normal menstrual function. Epimedium is a genus of about 40 related plant species.
  • Picrorhiza Kurroa – This herb is taken from the hilly regions of the North-Western Himalayan region from China. It is found at 3,000 – 5,000 meters (7-14,000 feet) of elevation, growing in rocky crevices and moist, sandy soil. have the reputation of treating female menstrual complaints such as menorrhagia [profuse menses] or dysfunctional uterine bleeding, metrorrrhagia [irregular menses], amenorrhea.
  • Ginkgo Biloba – Ginkgos are large trees, normally reaching a height of 20–35 m (66–115 feet), with some specimens in China being over 50 m (164 feet). The tree has an angular crown and long, somewhat erratic branches, and is usually deep rooted and resistant to wind and snow damage. Young trees are often tall and slender, and sparsely branched; the crown becomes broader as the tree ages. During autumn, the leaves turn a bright yellow, then fall, sometimes within a short space of time (1–15 days). A combination of resistance to disease, insect-resistant wood and the ability to form aerial roots and sprouts makes Ginkgos long-lived, with some specimens claimed to be more than 2,500 years old. In a clinical study, Ginkgo Biloba was effective at reducing symptoms of anxiety headaches and menopausal symptoms. Ginkgo Biloba helps menopausal women in a number of ways. Ginkgo Biloba improves blood flow to the brain and other major organs. Due to menopause, low levels of estrogen contribute to problems such as forgetfulness and poor memory performance. Improved blood flow is of benefit for menopausal women suffering from cold hands and feet due to poor blood flow.
  • Angelica Sinensis – Dong Quai grows at high altitudes in the cold, damp, mountains of Japan. This fragrant, perennial plant -- a member of the celery family -- has smooth purplish stems and bears umbrella-shaped clusters of white flowers and winged fruits in July and August. The yellowish-brown thick-branched roots of the Dong Quai plant have several medicinal uses. It takes 3 years for the plant to reach maturity. The root is harvested and made into tablets, powders, and other medicinal forms. Its root has been used for more than a thousand years as a spice, tonic, and medicine in China, Korea, and Japan. It is still used often in Traditional Chinese Medicine where it is usually combined with other herbs. In China it is used most often to treat women's reproductive problems, such as dysmenorrhea or painful menstruation, and to improve circulation. Dong Quai is sometimes called the "Female Ginseng." Although there are few scientific studies on Dong Quai, it is sometimes suggested to relieve cramps, irregular menstrual cycles, infrequent periods, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and menopausal symptoms. Dong Quai is the noted herb that is used as a blood tonic. It contains micronutrients known for their blood building properties (iron, vitamin B12, and vitamin E). Dong Quai balances estrogen in the body, and is traditionally used in China to regulate the menstrual cycle. Dong Quai is also a blood thinner.
  • Cimicifuga Racemosa – Black cohosh, a member of the buttercup family, is a plant used in Keva Menstrual care is taken from USA. Black Cohosh grows in rich soils on wooded hillsides of the Appalachian Mountains. It ranges from Southern Ontario to Wisconsin and south to South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas and Missouri and is considered to be relatively more abundant in the southern portion of its range. Black Cohosh (Cimifuga racemosa) is a popular herbal remedy for women’s health problems such as premenstrual syndrome (PMS), menstrual problems, and menopausal symptoms. Other uses include the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and tinnitus. In randomized clinical trials, C. Racemosa decreases hot flashes, vaginal dryness, anxiety, and depression associated with menopause. There are some studies of C. Racemosa’s use in the treatment of menstrual disorders, tinnitus and rheumatoid arthritis. This herb is known to be useful in Painful menses / dysmenorrheal, delayed menses, ovarian cramps, cramping pain in uterus, and PMS.
  • Paeonia Suffruticosa Andr – Also called Mother’s Cupboard Nutrition - Paeonia Suffruticosa, the tree peony, is taken from China which is also known as native place of this herb. It is known as mudan in Chinese and is an important symbol in Chinese culture. The flowers are excellent used for cut floral arrangements due to their brilliance, sweet fragrance and ruffled appearance. This has been used to treat a wide variety of health conditions, including menstrual problems, kidney problems, pulmonary heart disease, uterine fibroids, and pneumonia.
How to Take Keva Menstrual Care

Take 1 Tablet of Keva Menstrual Care twice a day Morning & Evening before meal. For better results, recommended to use for minimum 6 months.

Note: This is purely a dietary supplement. This product is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease. Please consult your health care professional.

Need to understand – Menstruation Cycle

Menstruation is the normal part a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle in which blood and tissue are discharged from the lining of the uterus. The menstrual blood is released from a tiny opening in the cervix and travels out of the body through the vagina. It is commonly called menses, menstrual period, period and women often also refer to it as Aunt Flo.

The onset of menstruation occurs at puberty, around the age of 12 and is known as menarche. Girls may even start menstruating from as young as 8 years while others may start as late as 16 years. Menstruation usually occurs every 28 days in women of reproductive age. However, every woman’s period is different. Some women may experience light, moderate or heavy periods while the length of period may differ for others.

Most menstrual periods last from three to five days but women often also experience very irregular periods, especially the first few years after menstruation has begun. Periods may also be associated with range of troublesome symptoms such as mood swings, irritability, bloating, breast soreness, water retention and severe cramping.

Menstruation is the part of the menstrual cycle, the process which helps a woman’s body gets ready for the possibility of pregnancy each month. The average cycle is 28 days long and starts on the first day of a period. The menstrual cycle can range from 21 days to 35 days. The brain, pituitary gland, uterus, cervix, ovaries, fallopian tubes and vagina all work together to make the menstrual cycle occurs.
The ovaries produce two important hormones, progesterone and estrogen. The pituitary gland also produces hormones, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH). At the beginning of the menstrual cycle, levels of estrogen rise which causes the lining of the uterus to grow and thicken. An egg (ovum) starts to mature in one of the ovaries.

Around day 14 of a normal 28-day cycle (middle of the cycle), the egg leaves the ovary and this process is known as ovulation. During the second half of the menstrual cycle, the egg starts to pass through the fallopian tube to the uterus.

Levels of progesterone, the dominant hormone in the second half of the cycle rise and prepare the uterine lining for pregnancy. If the egg becomes fertilized by a sperm cell and attaches itself to the uterine wall, then pregnancy occurs. If pregnancy does not occur, estrogen and progesterone levels drop, and the extra thick lining of the uterus is shed. This shedding of the lining of the uterus occurs during the menstrual period.

There are many menstrual disorders that vary in severity and these include:

  • Premenstrual disorder
  • Primary dysmenorrhea
  • Secondary dysmenorrhea
  • Amenorrhea
  • Oligomenorrhea
  • Menorrhagia

Good hygiene should be followed in this condition. Tampons should be changed several times (every 4 hours) during the day – it should not be used overnight and a sanitary towel is generally recommended. A tampon that is kept in the vagina for a long period without changing may cause a bacterial infection and increase the risk for toxic shock syndrome. Scented sanitary towels, panty liners and tampons should also be avoided as these may irritate the genital area. Young girls may prefer using sanitary towels instead of tampons – they may find inserting and removing tampons uncomfortable especially if the hymeneal ring is still intact.
Help for Menstruation Problems

There are a number of self-care strategies that can be used to help relieve the discomfort of menstrual pain and cramps. Use a heat pack on your lower abdomen and back, exercise regularly, get plenty of rest and eat a diet that is rich in fresh vegetables, fruit and whole grains to ease the symptoms of PMS and menstrual cramps. Remember to take time out and be good to yourself.

Keva Menstrual Care has also proven to be very effective in relieving the pain and discomfort of menstrual disorders. These natural treatments are safe and gentle for the body, and also encourage overall health and well being. Herbs such as Dong Quai (Angelica Sinesis) promote hormonal harmony throughout the menstrual cycle while Foeniculum Vulgare (Sweet Fennel) acts as a liver tonic and promotes water balance.

Cimicifuga Racemosa helps to support the female reproductive system and Paeonia Suffruticosa Andr soothes and promotes stable mood and feelings. In addition promote normal menstrual flow, a balanced mood and increases physical stamina and energy levels.

Scientific Study on different herbs useful in Menstrual problems