Women's Health
Bad periods are NOT normal.
They are common.
When was the last time you heard a woman say "My period is no big deal for me" or "Yeah, it's kind of a nuisance, but I don't have bad symptoms."?

Really, when was the last time?

  • The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology estimates that over HALF of all American women who menstruate experience dysmenorrhea (pain related to their periods) for at least one to two days. 
  • We know from the Center for Disease Control that an estimated 6%-12% of American women (approximately 5 million) are living with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). 
  • And the World Health Organization (WHO) reports that up to 10% of women globally (approximately 190 million) are living with Endometriosis. 
  • We haven't even touched the issues of infertility in young women, mental illness related to hormonal imbalances, or young women missing school, work and life for treatable symptoms related to their periods. 
This is not normal. It's a growing problem. 

 I am OVER the tired, inaccurate narrative that a bad, painful, irregular, debilitating period is normal. Even worse, we have the contradiction that a bad period is normal, but there's also a pill for that.

That makes no sense.
Ladies, I have some good news for you:
1. Bad periods are NOT normal. They are common. Big difference.
2. There are options that don't involve a prescription. Let's talk.

How can I help you?
Click on the image below that speaks to where you're at...

Teach me about Cycle Syncing
(I saw it on social media and I'm curious...)

Teach me about Different Symptoms
(So I can stop dealing with them...)

Teach me about Detoxing My Period
(Let's Spring Clean your life and body)
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