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Fast-acting cramp relief*
How it works
Cramp Aid's ingredients target each step of the period pain cascade
In a survey of 140+ random Cramp Aid users:
Take one dose (2 capsules) at the very first sign of period cramps. (If you know when your cramps are going to start, start taking Cramp Aid up to a day beforehand.) Repeat as needed, up to 3X a day.
Fast-acting cramp relief*
Vitamins B1, B6, B12
Help uterine muscles work at their best
B vitamins are critical to the tissues that matter most for pain relief: muscles, nerves, and blood vessels. Researchers even tested vitamin B1 against ibuprofen for period cramps, and concluded it’s just as effective, but safer. (1)
- 7 clinical trials show significant period pain reduction with vitamin B1
- 1,454 women were included in those studies
1. Zafari, M. et al. (2011). Comparing the effect of vitamin B1 (vit. B1) and ibuberofen on the treatment of primary dysmenorrhea. Afr J Pharm Pharmacol, 5(7), 874-8.
Antioxidant & uterine oxygenator
Pain scientists think this heavy-hitting antioxidant relieves period cramps by boosting the flow of oxygen to uterine muscles, and calming inflammation that triggers cramps in the first place (1).
- 5 clinical trials show significant period pain reduction with zinc
- 614 women were included in those studies
1. Teimoori, B. et al. (2016). The efficacy of zinc administration in the treatment of primary dysmenorrhea. Oman Medical Journal, 31(2), 107.
Calms period cramp-causing inflammation
Ginger prevents period cramps by blocking inflammatory compounds from building up in the uterus (1). Because they work in similar ways, scientists compared ginger to ibuprofen for period pain relief, and concluded it was just as effective (2).
- 6 clinical trials show significant period pain reduction with ginger
- 687 women were included in those studies
1. Daily, J. W. et al. (2015). Efficacy of ginger for alleviating the symptoms of primary dysmenorrhea: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials. Pain Medicine, 16(12), 2243-2255.
2. Ozgoli, G. et al. (2009). Comparison of effects of ginger, mefenamic acid, and ibuprofen on pain in women with prmary dysmenorrhea. The journal of alternative and complementary medicine, 15(2), 129-132.
Antispasmodic herb for uterine relaxation
Treasured by ancient healers, fenugreek’s cramp-relieving properties are now clinically proven (1). It’s still the most commonly used—and most effective—herb for period cramps among communities who rely solely on natural medicines (2).
- 5 clinical trials show significant period pain reduction with fenugreek
- 341 women were included in these studies
1. Younesy, S. et al. (2014). Effects of fenugreek seed on the severity and systemic symptoms of dysmenorrhea. Journal of reproduction & infertility, 15(1), 41.
2. Yassin, S. A. (2012). Herbal remedy used by rural adolescent girls with menstrual disorders. J Am Sci, 8(1), 467-73.
Traditionally important herb for menstrual relief
A go-to for period cramp relief in Traditional Chinese Medicine, modern pain science suggests dong quai regulates the rhythm of the uterine muscles, helping them shed the uterine lining in a controlled, comfortable way. (1,2)
1. Hsu, C. S. et al. (2006). Effect of “Dang-Qui-Shao-Yao-San” a Chinese medicinal prescription for dysmenorrhea on uterus contractility in vitro. Phytomedicine, 13(1-2), 94-100.
2. Bo, L., Yaling, Z., & Huinan, Y. (1995). Influence of Angelica sinensis and A. acutiloba on Isolated smooth Muscle of Rat Uteri [J]. Pharmacology and Clinics of Chinese Materia Medica, 6.
Potent source of anti-inflammatory pigments
Marigolds were sacred to the Aztecs and widely used as pain medicine. Now we know why: research shows its bright orange pigments are powerful antioxidants that help soothe pain and inflammation on the spot (1).
1. Bashir, S., & Gilani, A. H. (2008). Studies on the antioxidant and analgesic activities of Aztec marigold (Tagetes erecta) flowers. Phytotherapy Research: An International Journal Devoted to Pharmacological and Toxicological Evaluation of Natural Product Derivatives, 22(12), 1692-1694.
Fast-acting cramp relief*
Painkillers were never designed for period pain, and can cause more problems than they fix. The FDA has warned about their potentially serious side effects (1), especially when taken long-term (2) (like every month for the ~35 years you have a menstrual cycle).
We developed Cramp Aid because we couldn’t find a healthy alternative to painkillers that actually worked. Not everyone is able to quit painkillers cold turkey, but Cramp Aid helps most people reduce their reliance on them. And when it comes to your long-term health, any reduction can make a big difference.
1. U.S. Food & Drug Administration. “FDA Drug Safety Communication: FDA strengthens warning that non-aspirin nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can cause heart attacks or strokes.” 26 February 2018.2. U.S. Food & Drug Administration. “Medication Guide for Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs).” May 2016.
One box of Cramp Aid is enough for 2 cycles for most people, but you may need a full box each cycle if you get intense cramps for 3 days or more. You’ll be able to easily adjust your subscription delivery frequency anytime you need.
No worries! While Cramp Aid works for most people, everyone’s period is unique. We offer a 60-day happiness guarantee with a full refund if Cramp Aid isn’t for you, so you can try risk-free. If you need to request a refund, just email firstname.lastname@example.org or message us in the chat on this site.
Yes, De Lune products are formulated to be safe for ages 12 and up, but it's recommended that anyone under 18 to talk to their doctor before adding De Lune or any supplement to their routine.
Multi-symptom PMS relief*
How it works
Made with the most-researched natural ingredients for PMS, Steady Mood supports your stress response and hormonal health.
In a survey of 70+ random Steady Mood users:
Take 2 easy-to-swallow tablets everyday, all month long, no later than 6 hours before bedtime. Use consistently for best results. If you have a sensitive stomach, take with food.
Needed to make serotonin
Vitamin B6 relieved PMS in so many clinical trials, some scientists think having low B6—and making too little serotonin as a result—is actually the root cause of PMS.
Antioxidant spice with uplifting properties
With science suggesting serotonin-boosting effects, saffron’s time-honored antidepressant benefits are backed by impressive clinical results. In one study it lifted PMS sadness by 50% for most women. In another, it cut sugar cravings by 78%. (1,2)
- 3 clinical trials show significant PMS relief with saffron
- 308 women were included in these studies
1. Agha‐Hosseini, M. et al. (2008). Crocus sativus L.(saffron) in the treatment of premenstrual syndrome: a double‐blind, randomised and placebo‐controlled trial. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 115(4), 515-519.
2. Gout, B. et al. (2010). Satiereal, a Crocus sativus L extract, reduces snacking and increases satiety in a randomized placebo-controlled study of mildly overweight, healthy women. Nutrition Research, 30(5), 305-313.
Linked to PMS risk in very large studies
The evidence supporting calcium supplements for PMS is so strong (1), even federal health guidelines recommend them (2). One large study showed they reduced PMS mood swings, bloating, cravings, and back pain by nearly half (3).
- 11 clinical trials show significant PMS relief with calcium
- 1,669 women were included in these studies
1. Bertone-Johnson, E. R. et al. (2005). Calcium and vitamin D intake and risk of incident premenstrual syndrome. Archives of internal medicine, 165(11), 1246-1252.
3. Thys-Jacobs, S. et al. (1998). Calcium carbonate and the premenstrual syndrome: effects on premenstrual and menstrual symptoms. American journal of obstetrics and gynecology, 179(2), 444-452.
Stress reliever, critical for hormonal health
Key in regulating stress, sleep, and inflammation, magnesium is a big deal for hormones. It clinically improves PMS moods, migraines, and bloating so dramatically, some scientists point to low magnesium as one of the main root causes of PMS.
Calms inflammation & regulates hormones
Zinc is essential to the metabolism of all hormones, and helps keep them in balance by soothing stress and inflammation. Scientists have linked low zinc to PMS and acne, but find zinc supplements to be highly effective at relieving both.
Adaptogenic herb for mental clarity
Research suggests a strong relationship between stress and PMS (1). Rhodiola is clinically shown to regulate the body’s stress response, and improve mood, memory, and focus in as little as 30 minutes (2).
- 13 clinical trials show significant stress & mood improvement with rhodiola
- 1,260 people were included in these studies
1. Rabin, D. S. et al. (1990). Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal function in patients with the premenstrual syndrome. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 71(5), 1158-1162.
2. Panossian, A., & Wagner, H. (2005). Stimulating effect of adaptogens: an overview with particular reference to their efficacy following single dose administration. Phytotherapy Research: An International Journal Devoted to Pharmacological and Toxicological Evaluation of Natural Product Derivatives, 19(10), 819-838.
In our survey of users, most people noticed symptoms improve after using Steady Mood for less than one cycle. But consistency pays off. In clinical studies, the efficacy of Steady Mood’s ingredients strengthened over time, and worked best during the third cycle of use (1,2). The stronger your daily ritual, the better the results.
Sutariya, S. et al. (2011). An interventional study (calcium supplementation & health education) on premenstrual syndrome-effect on premenstrual and menstrual symptoms. Natl J Community Med, 2, 100-104.
Azimi, P., & Abrishami, R. (2016). Comparison of the effects of crocus sativus and mefenamic acid on primary dysmenorrhea. Journal of Pharmaceutical Care, 75-78.
Rhodiola, one ingredient in Steady Mood, has been shown to have energizing effects that can last up to 6 hours. If you're sensitive to adaptogens like rhodiola, we recommend taking Steady Mood no later than 6 hours before bedtime.
Some herbs commonly found in other PMS supplements are known to make birth control pills less effective, especially vitex (also called chasteberry).1 We intentionally left ingredients with well-documented interactions with birth control pills out of Steady Mood’s formula.
Note that any two medicines—whether drug or herbal—can possibly interact if they need to use the same cellular machinery in their metabolism at the same time. If you’re on medication, always tell your doctor about all the supplements you take.
National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. Chasteberry. Updated July 2020.
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Delune will change your life
Delune will change your life! These past few years I've struggled with hormonal issues around my cycle. Since I've been using Delune my cycles have returned back to normal.
Eases PMS symptoms
It took a bit of time but after it was in my system for a few weeks, I began feeling more relaxed especially the few days prior to menstrual cycle when I was normally more irritable.
They worked for me
I have a health condition that prevents me from being able to use painkillers, at least as regularly as I needed them for my period. These babies worked in place of those baddies! I take them and 20 minutes later I'm good to go. A lifesaver.