PMS F*CKING SUCKS.
These gummies make it suck less*
FLO sends PMS symptoms packing. Formulated from ingredients that have been traditionally used to help alleviate:
A small-yet-mighty berry that’s been shown to decrease symptoms of PMS in up to 93% of women. One study concluded that chaste berry extract eases premenstrual mastodynia (AKA pre period boob pain). While it’s known by several different names (monk’s pepper, “the women’s herb”) the best we came across, by far, was the “herb for female complaints”. The name says it all. Sister stealing your clothes? Chasteberry. Boy drama? Chasteberry. PMS? Chasteberry. Ok, so the first two were a joke...but when it comes to treating symptoms of PMS, chasteberry means serious business.*
Dong Quai is an antispasmodic (which is a fancy way of saying it relieves cramps), balances estrogen levels, and supports your nervous system to ease anxiety and boost energy. Dong quai also contains ferulic acid, a natural anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory that can help to further relieve PMS symptoms like bloating and muscle pain. Less cramps = less feeling like an energy-zapped zombie when that time of the month rolls around.*
Vitamin B6 has been shown to reduce a broad range of PMS symptoms, but one of the more notable ones is premenstrual depression. “Sorry for what I said when I was PMSing” becomes a thing of the past. Any woman who’s ever experienced PMS (that’d be >90% of us, BTW) knows that it rarely feels like just one thing. Just sad? We wish it was that easy. More often than not, it’s a jumbled up combination of a lot of hard-to-describe symptoms. And it’s in those cases, when you’re up against a ton of “can’t-quite-put-your-finger-on-it” feelings, that your boy vitamin B6 has your back.*
When life gives you lemon balm, make PMS gummy vitamins.” In 2015, one study found lemon balm to be effective at reducing the intensity of PMS cramps among a group of 100 high school students. A separate study conducted in 2014 researched the anti-stress effects of lemon balm; those participants who were given lemon balm reported improvements in mood and cognitive performance. Not sure about you, but when that time of the month rolls around we want all the mood boosting benefits we can get.*