Irregular periods can happen due to many reasons such as anemia, smoking, stress and other health conditions. We have 10 natural hacks that you must try if you suffer from untimely menstruation.

1. Turmeric

Considered to be a medical herb, turmeric regulates blood flow to the uterus and balances hormones to ensure timely periods. This theory has been backed by research too.

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2. Aloe vera

Research proves that aloe vera aides in stimulating the ovaries to develop mature eggs, maintain hormonal balance and encourages a regular menstrual cycle. So, drink up some aloe vera juice.

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3. Ginger

Boil ginger in water, add sugar and drink it up as it is good for regulating your menstrual cycle, soothing period cramps and dealing with delayed periods.

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4. Red raspberry leaf tea

This leaf contains tannins and fragarine that purifies the blood and releases the body of excess hormones which in turn encourages regular menstruation.

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5. Sesame seeds

Grinding sesame seeds and having it with honey assists in keeping hormones balanced as it is loaded with lignans and essential fatty acids that leads to optimal production of hormones.

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6. Asafoetida

Chemical compounds present in asafoetida helps in treating hormonal disorder and regulating periods.

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7. Buttermilk

Calcium, proteins and potassium helps in regulating hormone secretion which in turn helps in curing irregular periods.

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8. Carrot juice

Rich in iron content, having carrot juice regulates periods by ensuring proper functioning of hormones.

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9. Jaggery

Jaggery promotes timely menstruation as it has a warming effect on the body that encourages proper regulation of hormones.

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10. Pineapple

Bromelai is an enzyme found in pineapples that is responsible for softening the line of the uterus, regulating periods and also getting rid of cramps and headaches.

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Note: Do consult a doctor if you often have irregular periods.