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Thursday, 13 July 2017

Food Therapy: Celery, the Natural Whole Food in Ameliorated Pain of Dysmenorrhea

Kyle J. Norton, Master of Nutrients
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"Let foods be your medicine and let medicines be your food", using foods as medication has been a dream of many scholars and scientists over past many centuries. In order to achieve these, consumption of whole food medicine must accompany with moderated exercise, change of diet and life style.
Do you believe that celery may be used to reduce painful primary dysmenorrhea.

Celery is a species of Apium graveolens, belonging to the family Apiaceae, cultivated all around the globe as a vegetable. Celery can grow to 1/2 m tall with stalks (leaf on the top) arranging in a conical shape joined at a common base.

According to recent study by renowned institution, herbal drug group given 500 mg of highly purified saffron, celery seed, and anise (SCA) ameliorated severity and duration of menstrual pain within 2 to 3 months.

In  the randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled pilot trial among 180 female students at Isfahan University dormitory aged 18 to 27 who suffered from primary dysmenorrhea, the combination decode expressed significant reductions in pain scores and pain duration scores in the groups that took SCA (P < . 001), in comparison to group who took mefenamic acid, used to treat mild to moderate pain.

Dr. Nahid K, the researcher said, "The decrease in pain score was reflected by a significant reduction in other drug use among the treatment groups compared with the women in the placebo group" and "The magnitude of the reduction was significantly greater in the SCA group than in the mefenamic acid and placebo groups".

Usr-i-tamth in Unani (Greco-Arabic) decode, included celery, used in traditional medicine in treating pain associated with menstruation.

In the review of the Cochrane database, PubMed/Google Scholar, and other websites for articles on complementary and alternative medicine, the herbal formula exerted analgesic effect in attenuated abnormal temperament, menstrualirregularities/uterine diseases, particular in management of menstrual pain/dysmenorrhoea.

Although some herbal medicine and formula may have a powerful effect in ameliorated painful menstruation, further data collection is necessary to prevent adverse drug reactions among women using herbal medicines for reproductive health.

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(1) The effect of an Iranian herbal drug on primary dysmenorrhea: a clinical controlled trial.
Nahid K1, Fariborz M, Ataolah G, Solokian S.(PubMed)
(2) Management of Usr-i-Tamth (Menstrual Pain) in Unani (Greco-Islamic) Medicine by Sultana A1, Lamatunoor S2, Begum M3, Qhuddsia QN4.(PubMed)
(3) Medicinal plants used for menstrual disorders in Latin America, the Caribbean, sub-Saharan Africa, South and Southeast Asia and their uterine properties: a review by van Andel T1, de Boer HJ2, Barnes J3, Vandebroek I4.(PubMed)