de lune support for period pain
De Lune Period Pain Tonic is an easy-to-use, all-natural formula for painful period cramps. Simply add to tea or water, drink, and feel the results!
Pain Tonic combines clinically-researched nutrition with organic herbs to help alleviate the symptoms of dysmenorrhea (period pain).* All its healing ingredients are brewed in organic apple cider vinegar, creating an easy-to-use liquid formula that can be added to tea or water.
Nearly 90% of Pain Tonic users report experiencing fewer and less-severe cramps. We believe it’s the most effectivenon-drug cramp solution on the market.*
Vitamins B1, B6, and B12 are key players in muscle contraction, nerve signaling, and hormonal regulation. Research shows they can help address a range of period symptoms and help restore important nutrition lost in menstrual blood.*
Iodine is highly concentrated in the ovaries and breasts. Clinical research shows it may help reduce breast pain and tenderness.*
Magnesium is a muscle relaxer. Studies show it may help calm the muscles in the uterus that, when tightened, cause period pain.* It may help soothe other painful areas, too, like sore thighs, back pain, and headaches.*
Zinc’s antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties may help boost blood flow to the uterus, preventing the cut-off of oxygen to uterine muscles and the painful cramps that follow.*
Ginger may inhibit the inflammatory compounds that cause period pain in the first place.* Multiple studies conclude that ginger is as effective at reducing period pain as conventional painkillers like ibuprofen, but with fewer side effects.*
Calendula flowers are commonly known as marigolds. Backed by ancient wisdom and modern science, pain researchers think calendula’s powerful anti-inflammatory properties are responsible for its ability to ease cramps in the uterus.*
Dong quai contains a number of compounds thought to promote antispasmodic activity.* Studies show it can help the uterus relax and contract in a normal, rhythmic fashion, helping to regulate flow and shed the uterine lining comfortably.*
Cramp Bark contains natural phytochemicals scopoletin and viopudial. Research suggests scopoletin can ease even electrically-induced muscle spasms, and viopudial may block enzymes that cause uterine cramps.*
Motherwort is an anti-inflammatory member of the mint family. Studies suggests motherwort’s potent antioxidants can quench prostaglandins--problematic inflammatory markers that accumulate in the uterus and cause period cramps.*
Fenugreek is one of the oldest known herbal medicines. It’s still used all over the world for all sorts of menstrual difficulties, like relieving cramping, controlling flow, and regulating cycle timing.*
Apple Cider Vinegar is the extraction agent for our herbal blend. We chose it as an all-natural alternative to chemical preservatives and glycerin or alcohol-based extraction agents. It’s also rich in polyphenols—bioactive substances that act as antioxidants.
One dose of Pain Tonic is 1 teaspoon (6 full droppers). Add it into water, tea, juice, or any beverage.
Dose 1-2 times per day as needed during your period. Take the first dose as soon as you feel your cramps coming.
A single bottle contains 6 doses and will typically last one or two cycles depending on the severity of your symptoms.
Is Pain Tonic gluten-free?
Yes. Pain Tonic is made without gluten-containing ingredients and is manufactured in a gluten-free facility.
Is Pain Tonic vegan?
Are there GMOs in Pain Tonic
Is Pain Tonic organic?
Absolutely. Pain Tonic is manufactured in a certified organic facility, and all ingredients are certified organic (except the nutrients, which cannot be certified organic).
Can I take the Pain Tonic while pregnant or breastfeeding?
We do not recommend using Pain Tonic while pregnant or breastfeeding.
What makes Pain Tonic better than traditional painkillers?
While over-the-counter painkillers like Ibuprofen and Midol are effective for about 80% of menstruators (the other 20% are completely resistant to them), they come with side effects like high blood pressure and stomach upset, though more serious side effects are possible. Pain Tonic takes a different approach. It’s not a drug, though research shows the ingredients work in similar ways as conventional painkillers to reduce inflammation and cramping. And, all of Pain Tonic’s ingredients have awesome safety profiles. Side effects are very unlikely to happen to those who use Pain Tonic as directed.
When should I start using Pain Tonic?
Start using Pain Tonic as soon as period cramps arise. If you can anticipate when period pain will start and want to avoid first signs of cramps, begin using Pain Tonic the day before you expect cramps to begin.
Does Pain Tonic have any side effects?
Although risks of side effects are generally lower with natural remedies, like all medicinal substances, nutrients and herbs can have side effects if you take enough of them. The ingredients in Pain Tonic have awesome safety profiles, and side effects are very unlikely to happen to those who use Pain Tonic as directed. If you were to take massive amounts of Pain Tonic everyday for several months, you may experience heartburn, diarrhea, stomach discomfort, gas, smelly pee, and thinner blood. Always talk to your doctor about the supplements you take.
Can I take Pain Tonic alongside over-the-counter painkillers?
We don’t recommend it. Risks of side effects increase when De Lune is mixed with other remedies like over-the-counter painkillers. If you must take a conventional painkiller, be sure to space out your dose of Pain Tonic and the painkiller by at least a few hours.
What does Pain Tonic smell and taste like?
Pain Tonic smells and tastes mostly of apple cider vinegar—its base ingredient—with more subtle notes of ginger and earth.
Can Pain Tonic help with pain from endometriosis, uterine fibroids, or and other gynecological disorders?
Pain Tonic is intended to reduce pain caused by primary dysmenorrhea—clinical-speak for period pain with no underlying cause.* Technically, pain caused by endometriosis, uterine fibroids, and other gynecological disorders are considered secondary dysmenorrhea—clinical-speak for period pain related to another issue. However, Pain Tonic users with endometriosis have found it helpful for reducing pain. Always talk to your doctor about the supplements you take.
My dropper doesn’t fill all the way to top. Is this okay?
Yes—the dropper will not fill all the way. Just fully engage the dropper top to bring as much liquid into the vial as you can, and empty the vial into a beverage. Do this six times to take one dose of Pain Tonic.
Should I talk to my doctor before using Pain Tonic?
It’s always a good idea to run all the dietary supplements you take by your doctor before you take them.