How To Get Rid Of PMS Symptoms Naturally

Feb 3, 2014 by



Happy Monday my Lovies,

Today I have a video for you guys that I’ve recorded a couple of weeks ago but had no time to open until now. In this video I’m going to share with you a natural method for complete PMS relief, which can work for anyone, not only that but it will help you get rid of sugar cravings.

This has been tested by me, my friends and relatives with totally positive results and no side effects, because it is natural.

You can watch the video to find out my other little secret :)



Now, I also would like to go over other PMS relief methods, some of which you already know, but some may not. All of these methods are natural and can also work together if you have severe PMS or you cannot find the tea I’m talking about in the video.

1) Good Nutrition, Exercise & Sleep

This is a no brainer, all three combined will have a huge impact on how your body acts while you are having hormonal changes. If you eat good whole foods, no processed sugars ( especially sugars ), exercise daily and get at least 8 hours of sleep, you’re PMS will be much lighter and less noticeable. Your body will not swell up as much and you will not retain as much water.

2) Organic Raw Maca Powder

This is a truly miracle powder for balancing hormones, the effects are almost immediate and all you need is 1 table spoon a day to mix either with tea or smoothie. But there is a down side, THE TASTE. I literally want to vomit when I taste maca powder, no joke, vomit is the perfect word to describe how it tastes. I’ve taken maca for a while with such great effects on my overall health, but the taste I just cannot get over.  ( Read more about benefits of Maca Powder )

3) Mexican Wild Yam Cream

If you get the natural version of this cream, this is an amazing product to have for balancing hormones, PMS and stomach or back cramps. If you have any kind of cramps, just a teaspoon of this cream rubbed on the pain spot will take the pain away within minutes. It also helps with mood swings during the PMS and it’s a good product to always have in your house, I always have a tube of it at home. ( Read about Wild Yam Benefits )

So, if you’re taking your broom our for a ride every time you’re going through PMS symptoms, It’s time to pull out my bag of tricks and give them a try!



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  • Lv Girlie

    I’ve never had PMS even when I had periods…so I’m not sure what the symptoms feels like. had partial hysterectomy 12 years ago. I was find hormone wise until 2012 (no negative effect not having a uterus), needed to start conventional estrogen and took it for 3 months…doctor advised I took it for only 3 months. I went back on it again December 2013 and had to stop within one week of starting. Talking to Tati she mentioned organic raw maca powder, I’ve be using it since then and the issues I was having are a lot better (could be a placebo effect…if it is I’m fine with that). I actually like the taste of maca…I mix it with water nothing else. I’ll be seeing my doctor in two months time and I’ll asked for a test to see if my hormones are balanced again.

  • fit shanna

    So glad you posted this my PMS has been insane for the past year or so. Going to try this stuff. Tati do you know if this stuff will help while you’re on your period too (mostly with bloating or cramps) and do you have any different advice for those problems? Thanks :)

  • masage

    Broom LOL 😀 You’re truly funny. 😉

  • Kim

    i love traditional medicinals tea! all of the different blends are fantastic – i always use the Gypsy cold care when i have a cold and the smooth move is a great gentle laxative when you need one. i will have to try that one because i can turn evil when i have pms, too!

  • Lili Suke

    Thank you for sharing Tati :) lots of love

  • Sarah

    I never thought my PMS was that bad until I started working at a restaurant. My interaction with the guests changes so greatly, poor diners. This is great information and I’m definitely going to try them! I’m starting my own health and wellness blog at :)

  • Grace Weis

    Hi Tati, I found the cure for my PMS was avoiding the cause…gluten. I discovered this accidently by going on a 30 day gluten-free diet because I was tired of feeling bloated. For the last 4 years , I’ve been gluten-free and anytime I slip up and eat something containing gluten, I get sore boobs, ridiculous cramps, and bloating. The months I avoid it, I don’t even know my period is coming. I shared this info with my girlfriends and sister-in-law and they became PMS free also as long as they avoid gluten. When I did research on gluten, I found that gluten makes you estrogen dominant. Too bad more is not said about this-it would save a lot of women from PMS misery :)