Female Sexuality


    Why tighten her pussy?

    Most women have this problem of a large vagina, especially after having a child or two for their husband. The man no longer has the maximum sexual satisfaction he had with them. In many cases, he has a tendency to cheat or complain bitterly about it, which can lead to problems with his wife or make her less attractive in bed.

    But there are so many plants that can be used to heal this, herbs and roots that we see everyday but don't know the usefulness or meaning of. In this article, we'll show you these herbs and how you can use them to tighten your vagina and save your broken marriage.

    Here are the best herbs to tighten the vagina


    Gooseberry, especially Indian gooseberry or amla, is known to be one of the best natural solutions for tightening the walls of the vagina. Amla also has benefits for the skin, hair, and health.


    Take 10-12 gooseberries and boil them properly in plain water. The fruit extract will be mixed with water to form an opaque concoction. Pour it into a bottle and store it in a cool, dry place. Apply the mixture all over the vaginal area before taking a bath. By doing this every day, you will increase the elasticity of your vaginal muscles, which will make the area more flexible.

    Aloe Vera

    Aloe vera: our experts tell you all about its benefits

    Home remedies for tightening vaginal walls also include the use of aloe vera. The gel freshly extracted from the aloe vera plant can be very helpful in tightening the vaginal muscles.

    Instructions for use

    Take a large aloe vera leaf and scoop out the gel with a spoon. You just need to apply about 2 tablespoons of this cool gel to the outer and inner parts of your vagina every day. Massage the skin of the affected area with this gel or just rub with your fingers gently. The regenerative properties of the plant can stop the prolapse of your vaginal wall and effectively strengthen the muscles in this area.

    Ginger Comosa

    Ginger: a miracle food!

    It is a flowering plant whose root resembles ginger, which has amazing effects on our vagina. Regular use of Comosa ginger can prevent prolapse of the vaginal wall while limiting many other vaginal problems.

    Instructions for use

    You need to extract the juice from the root and apply it liberally on your genital area. Results can be achieved in just one month.

    Witch hazel

    Witch Hazel Remedy for Varicose Veins

    The bark of shrub witch hazel is considered another effective home remedy for loose vagina. At first, the dried bark is ground into a fine powder. It is then mixed with water to prepare a herbal solution. You should wash your genitals with this mixture at least once a week. Being a wonderful astringent, witch hazel can help you effectively restore the tightness of your vaginal wall.


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    Of all the sexually transmitted infections, Chlamydia trachomatis infection is the most common among young people today. Indeed, it now affects about 10% of women (against 4% ten years ago) and 5% of men ... without either knowing it most of the time. Where official medicine only has to offer antibiotics, alternative medicine has several proposals for natural treatments for chlamydia (click here to access it directly) . or Click on the image below to discover this natural treatment

    Natural remedy for chlamydia

    Contamination usually occurs early in sexual life, which is why infection particularly affects 18 to 25-year-olds (especially young women). Thus, nearly one in two women affected is infected from their first sexual intercourse! Certain factors are likely to favor this contamination, such as poorly dosed contraception or neglected or poorly treated genital mycosis.

    The bacteria involved, Chlamydia trachomatis, is not really a bacteria. Rather, it is a parasite halfway between the behavior of a virus and a bacteria. Chlamydia mainly develops in the lining of the urethra in both sexes and in the cervix in women.

    Usually, the infection is sneaky as it generates very few bothersome symptoms. However, it can be suspected:

    • in humans, during urination burns or a small discharge outside of it. But the signs can be reduced to simple tingling!
    • in women, on the occasion of a urinary tract infection, or vaginal yeast infection, especially if symptoms persist despite apparently appropriate treatment. Or during a consultation for pain during the sexual act.

    Chlamydia: we often notice it too late

    Chlamydiae do not directly damage tissue but cause an inflammatory reaction that suppresses the infection as long as the bacteria remain in the body. This inflammatory component of the immune response is not always dramatic, but if it persists, there may be long-term damage. For example, all urogenital chlamydiosis increases the risk of obstruction of the uterine tubes by 20% and that of ectopic pregnancy by 10%.

    The infection is often revealed only by one of its complications, which are multiple. It could be :

    • epididymitis (infection of the small cylindrical organ behind each testicle);
    • prostatitis in men;
    • endometritis (infection of the uterine body);
    • salpingitis (infection of the fallopian tubes) in women: the fever is then often above 38 ° C and severe pain;
    • proctitis (inflammation of the rectum);
    • Nicolas-Favre's disease (ulceration of the genital area, disappearing spontaneously and followed by inflammatory and painful involvement of the inguinal lymph nodes on the side where the chancre was located) in both sexes.

    Complications can concern a place other than the urogenital sphere:

    • angina,
    • trachoma (keratoconjunctivitis which can cause blindness, but rare in our climates)

    Finally, complex syndromes can appear such as those of Fiessinger-Leroy-Reiter (characterized by the simultaneous occurrence of urethritis, polyarticular involvement and conjunctivitis, most often in a feverish setting and mainly affecting the people belonging to the HLA B27 cell group) and Fitz-Hugh-Curtis (febrile inflammation of the tissues near the liver, often following an abortion).

    Screening is therefore essential. It is essentially based on the search for bacteria within the cells of the urinary mucosa. Due to the insidious nature of the infection, it is recommended for any young adult with a sexual life to undergo two screenings per year.

    Pelvic inflammatory syndrome (PID), watch out for the first signs

    Women often complain about the combination of two or more of the following:

    • pain in the lower abdomen that has been evolving for a few days, the location of which is not always easy to specify;
    • pain during new intercourse;
    • vaginal discharge that is different in appearance, abundance, and odor from mucus;
    • sometimes menstrual bleeding outside of your expected period
    • pain when passing urine or having a bowel movement;
    • fever, even chills.

    The intensity of each of these signs is extremely variable from one woman to another, but the combination of only two of them should immediately alert because it can be a pelvic inflammatory syndrome (PID) of which chlamydia and gonorrhea are the primary culprits. Any suspicion of PID should lead to a prompt consultation, not only to get rid of and cure the infection but also to avoid spreading it to his partner (s) and to preserve his own fertility.

    All partners within two months of the onset of the first signs should be contacted and urged to seek counseling.

    The occurrence of PID is not uncommon within three weeks of inserting an IUD. Most often, this is indicative of previously silent chlamydia. It is therefore essential to consult quickly rather than thinking that these symptoms are only related to the presence of the foreign body that is the intrauterine device.
    For any woman who has already had a sexually transmitted infection, only one of the signs listed above, even in a minor way, should lead to being screened for chlamydia before having an IUD inserted.

    The progressive failure of antibiotics

    The natural immune system is often ineffective against this type of infection. B cells fail to hunt down Chlamydiae, which live inside cells where circulating antibodies do not reach them. Thus, the body never completely eliminates the bacteria, and, on the other hand, the natural immunity after an infection lasts little more than six months. An infection, which has apparently disappeared, can therefore reoccur months or years later, and the individual will not be immune to these new attacks.

    For a long time, official medicine managed to contain the progression of this infection with antibiotics (most often azithromycin and doxycycline), but this bacterium, like most of its congeners, was able to adapt to the drug response. Official figures estimate that it is 10 to 15% of Chlamydiae.

    Thus, it is not uncommon to see Chlamydia infections that last for months despite antibiotic treatments.

    Natural solutions

    For those for whom the antibiotic therapy has been ineffective, it is obviously necessary to think of all the natural antibiotics in support.

    We must also think about the vaginal flora. It is mainly composed of lactobacilli. These bacteria convert lactose into lactic acid to acidify the environment and thus prevent the growth of certain harmful bacteria. When this flora is insufficient or destroyed, vaginitis sets in with its attendant inconvenience. The remedy is therefore simple: it is then necessary to recolonize the vaginal flora by lactobacilli. This rebalancing of the vaginal flora can be achieved by means of probiotic ova (such as Symbiovag for example).

    Natural antibiotics

    I refer you to our other articles on natural antibiotics. In the case of chlamydia, taking grapefruit seed extract or colloidal silver may consolidate or take over from conventional treatments. Certain essential oils or plants are however more specifically adapted.

    Essential oils against chlamydiae.

    The essential oils of myrtle (Myrtus communis), thyme (Thymus vulgaris), and eucalyptus (Eucalyptus cryptonifera) have been shown to be effective against chlamydiae. They can be used in eggs that will be prepared by the pharmacist. You can also use this remedy more specifically intended for urinary tract infections but whose action includes chlamydia infections. This remedy has the name Cystactif (it contains Calluna vulgaris (heather) in mother tincture, Uva ursi TM (bearberry), essential oil of cajeput (Melaleuca cajeputi), niaouli (Melaleuca quinquenervia), oregano ( Origanum compactum) and sandalwood (Santalum album).


    • Usnea barbata (Usnea barbata). We can use this algae/foam which has antiseptic and antiviral powers. Usnea appears to be effective in getting rid of chlamydia, but it is only found with great difficulty (in the form of homeopathic granules or mother tincture in pharmacies). Be careful, do not risk identifying this lichen yourself to make herbal teas because two lichens that look very similar often grow side by side. Usnea is medicinal, but the other can be poisonous, so be sure to recognize the species before using it for its properties.


    • As a mother tincture, it should be taken in close doses and in fairly good quantities (average adult: 1.5 to 2 ml of tincture every 2 hours). If symptoms do not go away or improve within 12 to 24 hours of starting usnea, or if the fever returns, it means usnea is not working and there is no point in continuing. the treatment.


    • All plants that contain berberine: There are 400 shrubs in this family. But the extracts which have shown an action on chlamydiae are mainly goldenseal (Hydrastis Canadensis), holly leaf mahonia (Mahonia aquifolium), and barberry (Berberis vulgaris).


    • Goldenseal (Hydrastis Canadensis). This herb contains, in addition to berberine, hydrastine and over twenty other alkaloids, which are said to have a synergistic antibacterial effect of berberine.


    • Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) can be bought more easily in our climates in the form of dried berries. This plant (and especially its fruit) is one of the classics of Indian and Chinese medicine. It was first documented in 1933 precisely for its action on trachoma (a bacterial eye infection caused by Chlamydia trachomatis).


    • Mahonia (Mahonia aquifolium). In 2004, a study carried out at Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia) confirmed the antifungal and antibacterial effect of this plant. Jatrorrhizin, one of the components of Mahonia aquifolium, appears to be the most potent active substance.

    As an accompaniment:

    • Echinacea (Echinacea) kills a wide variety of pathogens, including viruses, bacteria, and yeast infections. It also strengthens the tissues and the immune system in general.


    • Saw palmetto is effective in treating urinary tract symptoms of chlamydia that commonly occurs in men. Its antiseptic properties are particularly effective in the management of diseases of the urinary tract.


    • Gentian. Traditional Chinese medicine usually treats chlamydia with a combination of two or three herbs. Gentian is included in all herbal remedies for the treatment of chlamydia infection.

    Getting to know chlamydia better

    The genus Chlamydia includes three species: 
    psittaci, trachomatis and pneumoniae. They are small bacteria, (0.2 micrometre) obligate cellular parasites, possessing DNA and RNA whose thin wall resembles that of Gram-negative bacteria.

    • Chlamydia trachomatis

    It is a pathogen almost exclusive to humans. Four serotypes (A, B, Ba, C) are responsible for trachoma, a conjunctival infection rampant in developing countries.
    Eight serotypes (D to K) are involved in "sexually transmitted diseases" (frequent and often asymptomatic STDs): •
    Low localizations, - non-specific and post gonococcal urethritis, epididymitis in men; 
    - cervicitis and urethritis in women.

    • High locations,
    - prostatitis     
    - acute or chronic salpingitis, tubal sterility

    • Extra-genital location
    - follicular conjunctivitis. 
    - Fiessenger-Leroy-Reiter syndrome associating conjunctivitis, urethritis and joint damage. 
    - inclusion conjunctivitis, pneumonia, rhinitis or otitis in the newborn, contaminated at the time of childbirth.

    • Chlamydia psittaci

    C. psittaci is widespread in the animal world (birds, cattle
    and sheep). the man being only an occasional guest. 
    Psittacosis refers to the disease of parrots, parakeets and canaries as well as human disease; the term "ornithosis"
    relates to diseases of wild or backyard birds.
    Human psittacosis results in bronchopneumonia.

    • Chlamydia pneumoniae

    The diagnosis can be based on the isolation of the bacteria by culture on embryonated egg more delicate but safer than
    on cell cultures on which the isolation is sometimes not successful. The cytopathogenic effect manifests itself in the form of characteristic small round inclusions.
    More generally, indirect diagnosis is
    used by demonstrating serum antibodies (
    indirect immunofluorescence , ELISA).

  • ANOVULATORY CYCLE: Natural treatment

    When you're trying to conceive, it's normal to start paying more attention to your cycle. After all, in order to get pregnant, you must first ovulate. It's common to assume that your period indicates that you are ovulating normally. But surprisingly, this is not always the case.

    In an optimal scenario, a woman's reproductive system will ovulate on a monthly basis. But there may be situations that cause anovulation, or the lack of ovulation in a menstrual cycle. When this happens, you can always assume that the bleeding you experienced was your monthly menstrual cycle. But if you've had an anovulatory cycle, it's not technically a period.

    If you are trying to get pregnant, it is important to understand the causes of an anovulatory cycle and the options for diagnosis and treatment. First of all, the experts at the Center for Phytotherapy (MES PLANTES) provide you with a natural treatment to definitively treat anovulatory cycles. Click on the image below to discover this natural treatment . 

    Natural treatment to treat an anovulatory cycle

    What is an anovulatory cycle?

    An anovulatory cycle is a menstrual cycle characterized by the absence of ovulation and, therefore, the inability to become pregnant during this period. The number of cycles per year depends on the length of the menstrual cycle, which is normally 21 to 35 days. In a year, a woman with a regular menstrual cycle has approximately 13 cycles, some of which are anovulatory. This is completely normal.

    Keep this in mind when you plan to conceive. An anovulatory cycle may be the reason for the absence of pregnancy during a first attempt.

    With hormonal changes occurring in the body indicating the approach of menopause, anovulatory cycles will occur more often.

    In a normal cycle, the production of progesterone is stimulated by the release of an egg. It is this hormone that helps a woman's body keep her period regularly. But during an anovulatory cycle, insufficient progesterone levels can lead to heavy bleeding. A woman may mistake this bleeding for a real period.

    This type of bleeding can also be caused by a buildup in the lining of the uterus, called the endometrium, which cannot be maintained. It can also be caused by a drop in estrogen.

     Natural treatment

    Treatment with herbal remedies to cure the absence of ovulation will allow you to restore your ovarian function and have a pregnancy. Trust us ! It's nature's secret to regaining normal ovulation and getting pregnant.

    The natural treatment to regain your ovulation that we offer is entirely composed of natural herbal teas. It aims to restore your cycle and allow you to get pregnant. Unlike other drugs, this natural remedy is made entirely from plants. It helps stimulate ovulation and restore the hormonal system naturally. It is a powerful uterine tonic during ovulation and therefore has a constructive effect on reproductive hormones. Thus, herbal tea helps in improving estrogenic activity and also helps in increasing low levels of progesterone. It is a natural and effective remedy that will allow you to ovulate again. The use of natural herbs usually gives positive results and works significantly to induce ovulation.

    The natural treatment that we are going to provide you will depend on the cause of anovulation. This is why we advise you to meet with a gynecologist who will make a formal diagnosis concerning the cause of your anovulation. But we will take it into account in the composition of the treating products. This will allow us to take better care of the absence of ovulation (anovulation).

    Being natural products based on plants and herbs, our herbal teas have no side effects, either on the body or on health. Our treatment is therefore not dangerous. This is the solution to regain normal ovulation and get pregnant without fear of side effects.

    To discover our natural remedy to cure anovulation, click on the image

    NB: You must go to the gynecologist so that the cause of your absence of ovulation (anovulation) is clearly established. Then send us the results. This will then help us to establish the best treatment for you.

        Ovulatory and Anovulatory Cycles: What's the Difference?

    If your period is regular and you experience cyclical changes in your body (ovulatory discomfort in the lower abdomen, engorgement of the breasts as your period approaches, or signs of PMS), you are probably at risk of having a period. ovulatory cycle.

    You can check this yourself using ovulation tests and basal body temperature charts.

    If you have an irregular period and the cycle is significantly shortened (less than 24 days) or too long (more than 35 days), an anovulatory cycle may be suspected.

    If your period often delays by more than 2 weeks and you cannot detect ovulation using basal body temperature charts and test strips, see your gynecologist.

        How to detect an anovulatory cycle?

    To detect ovulation, a gynecologist usually orders a series of ultrasound examinations. This is done to confirm the maturation of the follicle, the characteristics of the endometrium, ovulation and the formation of the corpus luteum. Usually 3 to 4 sessions at an interval of 2 to 3 days are sufficient to monitor these processes. You can also take a blood test for hormones depending on the phase of the cycle.

    During the follicular phase (days 3 to 5), the levels of follicle stimulating hormones (FSH) and luteinizing (LH) and those of prolactin, thyroid hormones and estradiol are measured. In addition, during a regular cycle, the progesterone level is checked in the middle of the luteal phase (days 20 to 23). Complete ovulation is confirmed if an ultrasound shows that the corpus luteum has formed and the progesterone surge is detected in the luteal phase.

    In case of anovulation or incomplete second phase, the gynecologist may prescribe treatment depending on the cause of the disorder.

    When the follicle does not mature and the egg is not released, the cycle is called anovulatory.

    You may suspect that you are not ovulating if:

    Your periods are irregular and are 10 days or more late. (In very rare cases, regular cycles can also be anovulatory.)

    You have a very short cycle (less than 25 days).

    You suffer from endocrine diseases: polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), increased prolactin, thyroid dysfunction.

    Anovulation can also be the result of stress, an unbalanced diet, or too low or too much body weight.

     Why do women go through an anovulatory cycle?

    A menstrual cycle without ovulation is more common in two distinct age groups:

    · Girls who have recently started menstruation: The year after a girl's first period, called menarche, she is more likely to have anovulatory cycles.

    · Women near menopause: Women between the ages of 40 and 50 are at greater risk of changes in their hormones. This can lead to anovulatory cycles.

    For women of both age groups, many changes occur in their bodies. Sudden changes in hormone levels can trigger anovulatory cycles. Other causes include:

    Too high or too low body weight

    Extreme exercise habits

    · eating habits

    High levels of stress

    If you have your period every 24 to 35 days, it is likely that you are ovulating normally.

        Natural and medical treatment to regulate ovulation

    There are a few natural ways to stimulate your body to ovulate:

    · Change your diet. Try to eat more organic foods and avoid fried or sweet dishes.

    · Give up your bad habits. If you are looking to beat anovulation, now is a great time to quit smoking and limit your alcohol intake.

    · Exercise regularly. Anovulation is frequently associated with inadequate body weight. Daily exercise can help you maintain a healthy weight and relieve stress. 

    · Improve the length and quality of your sleep. Use a mask to sleep or buy blackout curtains, regulate your bedtime and waking hours, adjust the climate and temperature in your room. 

    Your doctor may also do an ultrasound to take a closer look at your uterus and ovaries. The results of these tests will help your doctor recommend the best treatment.

    If these cycles are linked to an outside influence such as nutrition or lifestyle, effective treatments will consist of regulating eating habits and moderating physical activity. Changing your weight (gaining or losing weight as directed by your doctor) may also be enough to resume blocked ovulation.

    Sometimes internal imbalances are the reason a woman goes through anovulatory cycles. In this case, your doctor may prescribe fertility medication.

    These drugs are designed to combat the cause of female infertility. There are drugs designed to ripen follicles, increase estrogen, and help the ovaries release an egg.

    Surgery is an option if a serious complication, such as a tumor, is discovered.

  • Home remedies for heavy periods

    Heavy menstrual bleeding, medically known as menorrhagia, is characterized by unusually heavy or prolonged periods.

    Some of the more common symptoms and signs include menstrual bleeding that lasts longer than 7 days, needing to change your sanitary napkin or tampon repeatedly every 2 to 3 hours, menstrual flow with large blood clots, severe and continuous cramps in the lower abdomen, fatigue, shortness of breath, nausea, headache, mood swings and extreme weakness.

    There are many possible causes of heavy menstrual bleeding, including a hormonal imbalance in the body, fibroids or non-cancerous tumors of the uterus, uterine polyps, miscarriage, or ectopic pregnancy, use blood thinners and a side effect of using an intrauterine device for birth control. However, we have a natural herbal treatment to permanently cure heavy periods. Click on the image below to discover this natural treatment

    heavy periods natural treatment

    The cold compress

    If you experience heavy menstrual bleeding, try using a cold compress. The cold temperature causes vasoconstriction, which means the constriction of the blood vessels. This will reduce the flow of blood as well as pain in the lower abdomen.
    - Put some ice cubes in a thin towel.
    - Place it on your abdomen for 15 to 20 minutes.
    - Lie down for a while and try to relax.
    If necessary, repeat the remedy every 4 hours for as long as symptoms persist.


    Molasses is another effective remedy for controlling heavy bleeding. Rich in iron, it helps in the production of red blood cells and can help regulate the amount of blood lost during menstruation. Additionally, it helps reduce blood clots and soothes the muscles in the walls of the uterus to reduce pain.
    - Add 1 to 2 teaspoons of molasses to a cup of lukewarm water or milk. Drink once a day.
    - Another option is to add ½ tablespoon of molasses to a glass of lemongrass tea. Drink once in the morning and once at night before going to bed.

    Apple cider vinegar

    You can also try apple cider vinegar to overcome the problem of heavy periods. It works as a tonic to flush toxins from your body and to maintain hormonal balance. It can even be helpful in treating symptoms like cramps, headaches, irritability, and fatigue.
    - Mix 1 to 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water.
    - Drink this solution 3 times a day during the menstrual cycle for the best results.

    Raspberry leaves

    Raspberry leaves are beneficial for women suffering from the heavy menstrual flow. They contain tannins that help strengthen uterine muscles. In addition, they help reduce abdominal pain.
    - Add 1 tablespoon of dried red raspberry leaves to a cup of hot water.
    - Cover and let steep for about 10 minutes.
    - Filter and drink this tea up to 3 times a day.
    - Start drinking this tea one week before your cycle and throughout your period.

    Cayenne pepper

    To get relief from excessive menstrual flow, you can also try cayenne pepper. It can help to balance the blood flow in the body. Also, it helps maintain hormonal balance and relieve symptoms of heavy bleeding.
    - Add ½ teaspoon of Cayenne powder to a glass of lukewarm water.
    - Add a little honey.
    - Drink 2 or 3 times a day during your cycle.
    - You can also take cayenne supplements once a day, but only after consulting your doctor.

    Coriander seeds

    According to Ayurveda, coriander seeds can help stop heavy menstrual cycles. It can help improve the functioning of the uterus and the balance of female hormones in the body.
    - Add 1 teaspoon of coriander seeds to 2 cups of water.
    - Boil until the quantity reduces by half.
    - Filter, then add a little honey.
    - Drink while still hot, 2 or 3 times a day during your monthly cycle.


    Cinnamon is effective in reducing heavy menstrual bleeding associated with endometriosis, uterine fibroids and adenomyosis. This spice reduces bleeding by stimulating blood flow away from the uterus. In addition, its anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic properties help relieve cramps.
    - Add 1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder to a cup of hot water. Simmer for a few minutes. Add honey and drink 2 times a day.
    - Otherwise, take 3 drops of cinnamon bark tincture 2 times a day.


    According to herbalists, comfrey is also a good remedy to control heavy bleeding. This herb helps in constricting blood vessels, which reduces heavy bleeding.
    - Put 2 teaspoons of comfrey leaves in a cup of hot water.
    - Cover and let steep for 20 minutes.
    - Filter and drink once a day during heavy bleeding.

    The iron

    Iron is an important mineral for women struggling with heavy menstrual periods because it can help prevent iron deficiency anemia.
    - Eat foods rich in iron like dark green vegetables, legumes, pumpkin seeds, egg yolks, liver, red meat, raisins, prunes and iron-fortified cereals.
    - You can also take an iron supplement after consulting the experts at our Phytotherapy Center.


    Magnesium is an essential mineral for balancing female hormones, like estrogen and progesterone. Also, heavy menstruation can be caused by a deficiency of magnesium in the body. Therefore, eating foods rich in magnesium will help control the heavy bleeding during menstruation.
    - Eat foods rich in magnesium such as oats, nuts and seeds, avocado, dark chocolate, pumpkin, squash and watermelon.

    Additional tips

    - Drink a few cups of chamomile, sage or green tea a day.
    - Massage your lower back with coconut or warm olive oil for pain relief.
    - Add supplements to your diet, such as zinc, calcium and vitamins B6, C and K. Before taking any supplement, consult your doctor.



    Herpes outbreaks occur due to an attack by the herpes simplex viruses. The virus is spread from person to person through close contact.

    Herpes simplex virus type 1 is usually transmitted through contact with infected saliva (for example, by kissing, eating from the same utensils, or sharing personal items). It is associated with infections of the mouth, lips and face.

    The herpes simplex virus type 2 is sexually transmitted and is associated with genital lesions or ulcers. Infections leading to genital herpes in the mouth and oral herpes in the genital area can be caused by oral-genital contact. The virus can be transmitted even when the sores and symptoms are not visible.

    Herpes outbreaks are characterized by cold sores, sores in the mouth, and lymph nodes. The first episode of a herpes outbreak can also be accompanied by a fever.

    After an epidemic, the virus tends to fall back on the nervous system. It can become active again due to triggers like stress, illness, certain foods, hormonal changes, surgery, and a weakened immune system. However, the experts at the Center for Phytotherapy (Mes Plantes) have a natural treatment based on medicinal plants to permanently cure herpes. Click on the image below to discover this natural treatment. 

    Herpes treatment


    Ice cube

    Ice helps relieve the pain and discomfort caused by herpes outbreaks.
    - Wrap an ice cube in a cloth or towel.
    - Place it on the affected area for about 10 minutes.
    Action to be repeated several times a day for a few days until you see improvement.

    Apple cider vinegar

    Cider vinegar

    Apple cider vinegar helps reduce the severity of herpes outbreaks due to its disinfectant, astringent, and anti-inflammatory properties.
    - Dip a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar and dab on the affected areas three or four times a day for two to three days. For best results, apply it as soon as you feel the initial tingling sensation.

    You can also add one or two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar to a cup of water and drink it twice a day during flare-ups.


    Garlic 2

    Garlic is naturally antimicrobial and has anti-inflammatory properties that help fight herpes outbreaks. Garlic oil also contains ajoene, an antiviral compound.
    - Place a crushed garlic clove on the affected area and leave it for 10 to 15 minutes. Do this a few times a day for two days or until you see improvement.
    Alternatively, you can apply garlic oil to the affected area two or three times a day. To make garlic oil, cook the fresh garlic cloves in olive oil until they turn brown and then strain the oil.
    You can also eat one or two crushed garlic cloves per day. It also works as a preventative measure.

    Lemon balm

    Melisse 1

    Lemon balm is helpful in reducing the intensity of herpes outbreaks. In addition, it has antiviral and antibacterial effects. It also contains a compound called eugenol, which works as a natural pain reliever.
    Apply lemon balm oil or lemon balm tea bags on the affected area three or four times a day. You can also wash the area with lemon balm tea.

    Alternatively, dab some lemon balm extract on the affected area and leave it on until it dries naturally. To be done several times a day.

    Licorice root


    Licorice root strengthens the immune system and fights against the herpes virus. It contains an active ingredient called glycyrrhizin which has antiviral and anti-inflammatory benefits.
    - Mix half a tablespoon of water and a tablespoon of licorice root powder. Dab on the affected area and leave for a few hours. Do this three or four times a day until the blister is gone.
    You can also apply a thin layer of liquorice root extract liquid, cream, or gel on the affected area.
    Note: People with high blood pressure should avoid taking this herb internally. Additionally, if the topical application of licorice root causes skin irritation, discontinue treatment.

    Mint tea


    Mint tea helps reduce the severity of herpes outbreaks. It also helps relieve pain and inflammation.
    Peppermint oil, too, has been found to have a virucidal effect on the herpes virus.
    - Drink a mint tea at least twice a day.
    - Otherwise, dip a cotton ball in water and then in peppermint oil. Apply to the affected area several times a day.

    Tea tree oil

    Tea tree oil

    Another effective remedy that has anti-herpetic, anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties is tea tree oil. It contains terpenes and phenylpropanoids with antiviral activity.
    - Dilute tea tree oil by adding half an ounce of vegetable oil to 10 drops of tea tree oil. You can also add five drops of essential oils from each myrrh and geranium and two drops of peppermint oil.
    - Apply the solution to the affected area three to five times a day for a few days until the epidemic clears.

    Coconut oil

    Coconut oil

    Coconut oil contains lauric acid, which turns into a monoglyceride called monolaurin which has antiviral and antibacterial effects. Additionally, lauric acid and capric acid in coconut oil help kill the herpes virus.
    - Drink 10 to 30 grams, or about a quarter of a glass, of organic virgin coconut oil per day. Alternatively, you can take lauric acid in supplement form after consulting with our experts at the Herbal Medicine Center (My Plants).

    Aloe Vera

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    Aloe vera is useful in the treatment of herpes outbreaks, especially genital herpes because it helps heal the lesions. It heals wounds and relieves pain and inflammation.
    - Extract the gel from an aloe vera leaf and apply it to the affected area. Let dry, then wipe off with a washcloth dipped in lukewarm water. To be done several times a day for three to four days.
    You can also apply aloe vera cream or extract topically.

    In addition to following these remedies, eat more foods rich in lysines like dairy products, eggs, tree nuts (avoid peanuts because they are high in arginine), soybeans, mangoes, and apricots to help to prevent herpes outbreaks. You can take L-lysine supplements (500 to 1000 mg per day) too.

  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs): Natural Treatment

    The sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) or sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are conditions that are spread from person to person sexually or through vaginal, anal or oral.

    The symptoms of these diseases are numerous and sometimes very annoying. They can be experienced by both men and women, although the most serious health consequences are often experienced by women.

    The best weapon in combating STDs is  prevention , whether through the use of condoms, vaccines or other measures. Despite this, there are now natural treatments for almost all of these infections and it is therefore easy to cure them. To discover this natural treatment, Click on the image below.

    Treatment of STDs

    The causes

    Sexually transmitted infections are spread through contact with fluids such as blood, semen, vaginal fluids, etc., so the main route of transmission is through unprotected sex.

    However, STIs can also be transmitted through the use of contaminated syringes, blood transfusions, contact between wounds and even some of them can be transmitted from mother to child during pregnancy or childbirth.

    The causative agents of these sexually transmitted infections are:

    gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia.
    human papilloma, hepatitis, genital herpes, HIV.
    scabies, trichomoniasis.

    What Are Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)? - Symptoms & Types

    Risk factors

    In general, all people who are  sexually active  and who do not use protective barriers such as condoms are at risk of an STD.

    However, we will discuss the factors that can increase the risk of infection below:

    • Be between 15 and 24 years old.
    • Having unprotected sex with multiple partners.
    • Have a history of STDs.
    • Rape or sexual assault.
    • Alcohol and drug abuse, especially those in which needles are shared.

    Symptoms of STDs

    First of all, it should be clear that STDs will not always lead to signs and symptoms in the affected person. Therefore, STDs can go unnoticed for long periods of time, until complications appear.

    Symptoms may not appear for years after infection. In other cases, however, they appear within a few days and it is possible to establish a faster diagnosis.

    The most common signs and symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases are:

    • Pain when urinating
    • Vaginal discharge with a bad smell or color
    • Pain during intercourse
    • Vaginal bleeding that does not correspond to your period
    • Pain in the lower abdomen
    • Unusual discharge from the penis
    • Appearance of sores, warts or ulcers in the genital or mouth area
    • Swollen and painful lymph nodes
    • Fever
    • Skin rash

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    The different types

    There are over 20 types of sexually transmitted diseases. We will discuss the most common and effective treatments to combat them.


    Chlamydia is one of the most common STDs and is caused by the bacteria  Chlamydia trachomatis .

    In most cases, chlamydia does not show any symptoms in the person affected, but it can have serious health consequences if left untreated, such as  pelvic inflammatory disease  ( PID ) in women.

    To discover the most effective natural treatment against chlamydia, Click on this sentence in yellow: NATURAL TREATMENT OF CHLAMYDIA


    Gonorrhea, also called  gonorrhea , is an infection caused by the bacteria  Neisseria Gonorrhoeae . Its main route of infection is vaginal, anal or oral sex.

    As in the previous case, gonorrhea usually does not have symptoms, but can cause pelvic inflammatory disease if left untreated, resulting in infertility and problems during pregnancy.

    The natural treatment for gonorrhea is very simple. Click on the yellow sentence: NATURAL GONORRHEA TREATMENT


    Syphilis is a bacterial infection that can become serious if not treated quickly. The bacteria responsible is  Treponema Pallidum  and affects both men and women.

    Its main symptom is the appearance of sores in the genital area called  chancres  which are very contagious. In the most severe cases, syphilis can lead to brain damage, paralysis and blindness.

    Discover the natural treatment for Syphilis by clicking on this yellow sentence: NATURAL SYPHILIS TREATMENT


    The human papillomavirus, or HPV, is the most common sexually transmitted disease.

    There are about 40 types of HPV that affect the genitals of both men and women and are transmitted through sexual contact.

    HPV causes skin lesions known as  genital warts  which are painless but very contagious. In the most severe cases, syphilis can lead to brain damage, paralysis and blindness.

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    Hepatitis B

    Hepatitis is a disease that affects the liver and can be caused by different viruses: hepatitis A, hepatitis B and hepatitis C. The hepatitis B virus is usually spread through sexual contact.

    Hepatitis can trigger serious liver disease for life, with permanent scarring of the liver (cirrhosis), cancer, liver failure, etc.

    There  is a natural remedy  for the hepatitis B virus, Click on the yellow sentence: NATURAL HEPATITIS B TREATMENT

    Genital herpes

    Genital herpes is a very common infection caused by  the herpes simplex virus  (HSV). There are two types or strains of this virus:

    • Herpes simplex type 1 (HSV-1)
    • Herpes simplex type 2 (HSV-2)

    Both types can lead to genital herpes, although it is more common for the causative agent to be HSV-2.

    Genital herpes is characterized by lesions of the vulva, vagina, cervix, anus, penis, scrotum, buttocks and / or inner thighs.

    Herpes is spread by contact with the skin. There are natural products against herpes. Click on the following yellow sentence. NATURAL TREATMENT OF HERPES


    The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is the causative agent of the disease known as  AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome).

    In particular, HIV affects the individual's immune system and weakens it, which lowers their defenses and facilitates their illness.

    HIV can stay in the human body for years without developing symptoms. However, there is definitive cure for HIV. Click on this yellow sentence: NATURAL TREATMENT OF HIV-AIDS

    Today, there are  very effective antiretroviral treatments  that manage to maintain a very low viral load in people with HIV, which allows them to gain quality of life and even the possibility of having a child without risk of infection.

    You can find more information on this in the following article:  Options for having a child with HIV .


    Scabies is a skin condition caused by parasites: scabies mites.

    It is transmitted from skin to skin, usually during sex, which is why it is also considered an STD.

    Scabies causes  rashes, irritation, and a lot of itching . Although not serious, its contagion is very easy and the symptoms very annoying.

    The treatment for scabies consists of the application of our natural ointment.


    Trichomoniasis is the most common curable STD that exists because it is easily spread during sex by a one-celled protozoan parasite called  Trichomonas vaginalis .

    People with trichomoniasis usually do not develop symptoms, although some women may develop vaginitis or irritation of the vagina.

    Treatment of trichomoniasis is very simple and consists of taking the products of experts in the 

    STD prevention

    For the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, the most important thing is that all the population, especially young people, have a  good sex education .

    Contraceptive methods are effective in preventing unwanted pregnancies. However, the condom is the only method that offers the maximum guarantees when it comes to preventing the spread of STDs.

    Despite the fact that around 95% of adolescents worldwide have access to any of the methods for preventing STDs, only 5% of young people of childbearing age use them.

    In order to encourage safer sex and reduce the risk of contracting an STD, the  “ABC” recommendations  discussed below were developed years ago:

    For abstinence abstinence is the most effective way to prevent STDs.
    B  Be faithful  (fidelity)
    long-term, mutually monogamous relationships reduce the risk of contracting an STD.
    C as a  condom
    using condoms and mouthguards will always reduce the risk of infection if the two recommendations above are not followed.