Irregular periods can be for various reasons, hormonal, lifestyle or just with the amount of stress you’re taking, which takes a toll on your body.

Being someone who goes through this turmoil every alternate month, we often opt for natural over medicinal tips to turn our cycle around. Thanks to our heating pad for being there time and again, there are several ways that tell you how to induce late periods. From aloe-vera to cumin seeds, saffron and vitamin c, we’re listing 5 tried desi totkas for irregular periods.

DOODH & HALDI

An age old tip that our nani and dadi’s have passed on to us. It’s nothing complicated. Turmeric has healing and anti-inflammatory properties and lessens those menstrual pains.

HOW TO USE:

  • 1 tsp of haldi
  • 1 glass of milk
  • boil in a pan
  • drink for several days until you get your periods
  • you can also add honey or jaggery if you like

AJWAIN & JAGGERY

Everybody has ajwain in their homes and jaggery (gur) is easily available. Combined together, you find relief from those painful menstrual cramps also.

HOW TO USE:

  • 1 tsp ajwain
  • 1 tsp jaggery
  • 1 glass of water
  • boil in a pan
  • drink on an empty stomach in the morning

CHUARAY & ALMOND WITH DOODH

Dry dates produce heat in the body so mixed with almonds and milk can induce late periods quickly.

HOW TO USE

  • blend a few dry dates and almonds to make a powdery paste
  • 1 glass of milk
  • blend and boil them

SAUNF TEA

Fennel seed tea consumed on an empty stomach can be quiet effective for a healthy flow.

HOW TO USE

  • 1 tsp saunf
  • 1 cup water
  • boil and drink every morning

ADRAK JUICE OR TEA

Ginger is a magical herb with fascinating results as well as side effects so it has to be used with the right combination. Ginger juice with honey or ginger tea, either way it helps. However make sure that if you are high blood pressure, you should avoid it.

If you think there other desi ways to induce periods, let us know in the comment section below so we can help our sisters out!

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Written by Faryal Syed
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