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The PMS-Free Diet?

What you eat may affect PMS symptoms

What about Herbal Therapies?

Of the various herbal supplements touted as possible PMS remedies, chasteberry (a dried extract of the fruit of the chasteberry tree) is the one researchers tend to give the most credence.

There's some evidence chasteberry may improve PMS symptoms, but more study is needed, according to a review of the research published in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology in 2003.

(Be sure to see your doctor before taking any herbal supplement, especially if you're taking prescription medications.)

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