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Blame it on the season or your sedentary lifestyle or your stressful life or hormonal changes or bad food habits, irregular periods is a common issue faced by women, but did you know this can lead to several health issues and may be an indicator of underlying health problems. In ancient fields of medicine, foods and simple kitchen ingredients were used to induce periods. Here is a list of few foods that can naturally induce periods.

Papaya or papaya juice was consumed as a remedy to induce menstrual cycles. Raw papaya extracts lead to contractions in the uterus, which prepones the period cycle. Moreover, the presence of carotene in papaya stimulates estrogen hormone, which helps in inducing periods naturally.
Common herbs used in enhancing the taste of delicacies, Parsley was traditionally used to regularize the menstrual cycles. This is due to the presence of compounds: Apiol and Myristicin that lead to contractions of the uterus. Drinking Parsley tea is a great way to induce periods naturally.

The combination of clove and ginger creates heat in the body, which leads to contractions of the uterus, which helps in inducing periods. A melange of parsley and ginger also helps in stimulating the menstrual flow.

Carom seeds induce heat in the body and when paired with jaggery, this simple home remedy helps in regularizing periods naturally. This combination also helps in relieving period cramps. You can drink it as a carom tea or just a mix of carom seeds powder with melted jaggery.
Preparing a concoction of coriander seeds and cumin seeds by boiling 1 teaspoon of each in 2 cups of water. Strain the tea and drink it in the morning, this helps in stimulating the menstrual cycle.
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