Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) is a condition that affects many women in the days leading up to their menstrual cycle.
PMS is characterized by a range of physical and emotional symptoms that can be uncomfortable and disruptive to daily life. Now, with the infiltration of the Spike Protein, PMS symptoms seem to be worsened amongst many women.
The Spike Protein is known to cause a disruption in the liver that then affects follicular development and ovulation. It is also making water retention and inflammation worsen, which is exacerbating PMS symptoms beyond what they were before. While the exact causes of PMS are not fully understood, several factors have been identified as possible contributors to this condition.
Common PMS Symptoms
PMS can cause a range of physical and emotional symptoms that typically occur in the days or weeks leading up to a woman’s menstrual cycle. Some of the most common symptoms of PMS include:
- Mood swings: Many women experience mood swings during PMS, ranging from irritability and anxiety to depression and low mood.
- Bloating: PMS can cause water retention and bloating, leading to discomfort and swelling in the abdomen, hands, and feet.
- Breast tenderness: Some women experience breast tenderness or swelling during PMS.
- Fatigue: PMS can cause fatigue and a lack of energy, making it difficult to carry out daily activities.
- Headaches: Some women experience headaches or migraines during PMS.
- Cramps: PMS can cause cramping in the lower abdomen, which may be accompanied by back pain.
- Food cravings: Some women experience cravings for certain foods, particularly those that are high in sugar or salt.
- Insomnia: PMS can cause difficulty sleeping, leading to insomnia and fatigue during the day.
- Acne: Some women experience acne or other skin changes during PMS.
- Constipation: Because of the swelling and inflammation in the ovaries, there is pressure put on the intestines which may lead to constipation.
Estrogen Dominance & PMS
A major cause of PMS is Estrogen Dominance, and this has been worsened by Spike Protein.
As it relates to PMS symptoms, estrogen dominance is usually due to changes in estrogen detoxification and excretion and leads to abnormal hormonal balance and inflammation.
Estrogen Dominance is not only exposure to increased amounts of estrogen but also a disruption of estrogen detoxification through the liver, the gut, microbiome, bile and kidneys. This is also referred to as Phase 1, 2, and 3 detox.
It is imperative to focus on the liver and microbiome for clearing estrogens and reversing the damage done by the Spike Protein; unhealthy bile, excess cholesterol from the liver, and an unbalanced microbiome in the gut will worsen PMS symptoms.
Sara Banta Founder, Accelerated Health Products
The Following will Increase Estrogen Dominance and Worsen PMS Symptoms:
- Not Enough Exercise. It is known that physical exercise moves the blood, stimulates bowel movements, and improves circulation. As a result, PMS symptoms seem to lessen.
- Poor Diet and Processed Foods. All processed foods increase inflammation throughout the body including the gonadal organs. This chain reaction leads to bloat, cramps, lethargy and inflammation of the organs in the lower abdominal area.
- Hypothyroidism. The thyroid is the master endocrine gland and affects the gonadal system. When the thyroid is sluggish, there is stagnation of energy throughout the body, causing constipation and overall stagnation in the gonadal organs; this will worsen PMS symptoms.
- Other Disorders. Certain medical conditions such as thyroid disorders, endometriosis, and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can also contribute to PMS symptoms. These conditions can disrupt hormonal balance in the body, leading to PMS symptoms.
- Hormonal Changes. The primary cause of PMS is believed to be the hormonal fluctuations that occur during a woman’s menstrual cycle. In the days leading up to menstruation, levels of estrogen and progesterone in the body fluctuate, which can lead to physical and emotional changes. For example, low levels of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that regulates mood, can contribute to the mood swings and irritability that many women experience during PMS.
- Spike Protein Exposure. The Spike Protein can cause an abnormal conversion of the ACE2 enzyme in the liver. This leads to excess water retention, inflammation, weight gain, and insulin dysregulation; as a result, PMS symptoms worsen.
- Genetics. Research suggests that genetics may play a role in the development of PMS. Women who have a family history of PMS are more likely to experience it themselves, indicating a possible genetic link. However, more research is needed to fully understand the genetic factors that contribute to PMS.
- Inflammation and Oxidative Stress. Inflammation and Oxidative Stress of any sort slows down Phase 3 estrogen detox. As a result, excess estrogen increases, which worsens PMS symptoms.
- Toxicity from environment, diet, and medications. The overabundance of toxicity will back up the liver, backing up Phase 1, 2, and 3 estrogen detox pathways. Examples of these toxins are heavy metals, radiation, fluoride, bromide, chlorine, GMOs in food, and prescription drugs.
- Iodine Deficiency. Iodine helps decrease estrogen in the receptor cells which helps reverse fibroids, endometriosis, PCOS, and PMS symptoms. Furthermore, it helps with apoptosis, the destruction of diseased and cancer cells. Without sufficient iodine, the diseased cells aren’t destroyed, causing inflammation throughout the body, worsening PMS symptoms.
- Using GMO Cotton from Tampons. Ninety-four percent of cotton in the US is GMO, and the toxicity inserted inside the body will cause inflammation and infection in the area where inflammation will cause cramps to worsen.
- Consumption of Grain Fed Beef and Dairy. They are feeding the cows mostly grains with GMO, glyphosate, and soy. By consuming the beef and dairy from these cows, there will be a disruption in hormonal balance as well. Furthermore, dairy is meant to “grow” cows; It has many growth hormones, meaning it will “grow” the endometrial tissue.
- Exposure to Pesticides, Herbicides, and Fungicides. These poisons mimic estrogen and lead to estrogen dominance, increased toxicity, and inflammation.
- Consumption of Soy. Soy is estrogenic; all soy is GMO and mimics estrogen in the body, leading to estrogen dominance and aggravating PMS symptoms.
- Consumption of GMO Foods and All Grains. These are highly inflammatory, cause microbiome imbalances, cause Leaky Gut and inhibit Phase 2 estrogen detox.
- Mental Health. Psychological factors such as anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions may also contribute to PMS symptoms. For example, women with depression may experience more severe PMS symptoms than those without depression.
- Sugar. Most sugar is beet sugar and is usually GMO. Furthermore, sugar itself is inflammatory and may exacerbate inflammatory markers.
- Stress. Stress in the body creates oxidation and inflammation, disruption of Phase 1, 2, and 3 detox pathways in addition to causing Leaky Gut and
- Microbiome Imbalances. All of these factors magnify PMS symptoms.
- Phase 3 Compromised Transporters. Phase 3 transporters move many things in and out of the cell. As we age, the cell walls become “rigid” and toxins have a harder time getting out of the cell. Those toxins include medications, chemicals, and hormones, including estrogen. Once they are out of the cell, they move into the kidneys, urine and bile and intestines. What slows down these transporters are inflammation, oxidative stress, toxic overload, and medication. This will worsen PMS.
- Leaky Gut and Compromised Estrobolome. Estrobolome is the estrogen detoxifying microbiome; its job is to help excrete and circulate estrogens out of the body. It can be affected by antibiotics, drugs, and diet. When the estrobolome is compromised, estrogen that is meant to pass through the gut and out with the feces “escapes” and gets reabsorbed into the body. As a result, PMS symptoms become worse.
Two Essential Supplements For to Alleviate PMS Symptoms Naturally
Acceleradine® iodine regulates estrogen production and properly cleanses the blood for the liver to do its job detoxing excess estrogen that leads to PMS symptoms. Furthermore, it reduces inflammation and fights oxidative stress. Acceleradine® triggers apoptosis, the death of weak and unhealthy cells; this “cleans up” the body, and helps promote balanced hormones.
Acceleradine® is the only iodine that is 100% bioavailable, radiation-free, and enhanced with Scalar frequencies for advanced efficacy.
Accelerated Scalar Castor Oil
Castor oil is able to penetrate all three layers of the skin and is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, dating back to the Ancient Egyptians.
CASTOR OIL PACK FOR PMS PAIN
Using a combination of Acceleradine® and Accelerated Scalar Castor Oil in a castor oil pack over the lower abdominal area helps to reduce the inflammation associated with PMS cramps.
How to Make the PMS Castor Oil Pack
1. Mix Accelerated Scalar Castor Oil in a small glass container with Acceleradine® with a wooden spoon to render a light to medium brown color based on the sensitivity of the skin area you are targeting (skin regularly exposed to sunlight is less sensitive).
2. Apply the mixture directly to the skin, focusing on the lower abdomen/ovary area.
3. Relax comfortably, lying down, for 30 minutes
4. Prepare the mixture fresh each time as the Acceleradine® will evaporate out of the mixture.
Additional Supplements for Optimal PMS Support
GABA is a neurotransmitter in the brain that helps with stress, viral infections, sleep, mental issues, blood sugar, liver protection, and hormonal balance. It is tied to progesterone; low levels of GABA are associated with Estrogen Dominance. Therefore, it may help with PMS symptoms including painful periods, weight gain, endometriosis, and anxiety. Lastly, GABA is a muscle relaxer and will help with the contractions associated with cramps.
Unlocking Formula helps with menstrual pain associated with inflammation, blood stasis, and stagnant energy in the lower abdominal area. It helps clear excess fluid retention associated with PMS.
It is used for endometriosis, painful ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, chronic PID, and chronic abnormal vaginal discharge.
Heavenly Water helps with PMS symptoms, irregular menstruation, breast tenderness, abdominal bloating, constipation, dysmenorrhea and spotting. Heavenly Water may also be helpful in treating headaches, sweet cravings, and acne associated with PMS.
Women’s Balance helps treat PMS issues including abdominal bloating, breast swelling, menstrual irregularity, cramps, and menopausal distress. It can also help with mild depression, liver-fire headaches, harmonizing the liver and spleen and strengthening spleen qi.
Channel Flow is a natural herbal formula that has been shown to be as equally effective at pain relief as NSAIDs, ibuprofen, and aspirin without the negative side effects. It helps with the pain associated with PMS symptoms, relaxes muscles, relieves abdominal and gynecological pain and cramping. Furthermore, it may help with headaches and supports normal menstruation and a fertile environment.
Because the thyroid is the master endocrine gland and affects the gonads, optimizing thyroid function with the Accelerated Thyroid® may improve hormonal balance and minimize PMS symptoms including moodiness, bloat, constipation and water retention.
Serramend, a serrapeptase supplement, is a naturally occurring proteolytic enzyme, that is known for its anti-inflammatory effects. It may help with PMS symptoms by reducing the inflammation that contributes to cramps, constipation, edema, headaches, and breast enlargement. Furthermore, it helps clean up the debris from the Spike Protein, which can cause PMS symptoms to become worse in some women. It is also known to help treat chronic lung, ear, nose and throat disorders.
Liver Flush Kit
The liver is needed for producing the Estrogen Binding Protein which helps bind up the toxic estrogens that may worsen PMS symptoms. The liver is also where ACE2 enzyme conversion occurs, and this is being disrupted by the Spike Protein. As a result, there is worsened inflammation, oxidative stress, water retention, insulin dysregulation, fibroids, hormonal imbalances, and exaggerated stress hormone release.
When the liver is backed up, it is unable to detox the excess estrogens, metabolize fats, utilize glucose, break down proteins, and convert thyroid hormones into active hormones for proper metabolism. It is imperative to support the liver with at least 3-4 liver flushes per year due to the immense amount of toxicity in the world.
Lifestyle Changes to Help Ease PMS Symptoms
Focus on Eating Wild Fish and Animal Protein
Wild fish and animal protein have healthy anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids that have been proven to help with PMS symptoms including inflammation and cramps. Additionally, the amino acids in wild protein are the only substance that triggers the hormone CCK to suppress appetite and stop the sugar cravings associated with PMS.
Accelerated Food Guide
Following the Accelerated Food Guide may help eliminate dietary inflammation that exacerbates the inflammation associated with PMS. This entails eliminating vegetables with sulfur, oxalates, lectins, and mold. Those foods may cause inflammation, worsen Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, inhibit liver detoxification, slow metabolism and thyroid function, and worsen PMS symptoms.
The BioCharger NG is a platform that simultaneously transmits 4 types of natural energies that help improve and optimize the body, mind, health, energy, performance, and overall wellness. It has specific programs to help balance hormones and alleviate PMS symptoms.
Energy Enhancer Patch
The Energy Enhancer Patch patch may help with nausea, improved digestion, increased circulation and blood flow in the lower abdominal area – all of these factors will improve PMS symptoms. Energy Enhancer also drains the excess water retention associated with PMS, helps the body burn 300 extra calories a day, and increase the fat oxidation in the mitochondria.
X39 Stem Cell Activation Patch
This patch helps trigger our own stem cell production by elevating GHK copper peptide for regeneration, repair, and inflammation reduction. The peptide resets over 4,000 genes to a younger state. Most people see an improvement in hormonal balance and PMS symptoms.
Not only does the Alavida Patch regenerate the skin and body, but it helps with PMS symptoms by balancing hormones, reducing inflammation, reducing oxidative stress, improving organ function, helping with sleep, and improving mental clarity.
The Aeon Patch reduces inflammation and calms the nervous system which is helpful when experiencing PMS symptoms. It helps balance the brain, stabilize mood, reduce cortisol and elevate DHEA.
Exercise is known to help with PMS symptoms as it improves circulation, blood flow and mitochondrial health– all factors that will help reduce PMS symptoms.
Additional Supplements for Optimal PMS Support
Not only does Accelerated Keto™ suppress the appetite for inflammatory sugar and carbs, but it supports easy intermittent fasting which further reduces inflammation throughout the body, including the female organs that cause PMS symptoms like bloating and cramps. It encourages hormonal balance, stable blood sugar and elevated mood.
Accelerated Ancient Salt™
Accelerated Ancient Salt™ “plumps” up the volume of fluid inside and outside the cells; this encourages optimal estrogen detoxification, hormonal balance, liver cleansing, and DNA repair. It also helps improve bile production and fat metabolism.
Magnesium participates in more than 600 different biochemical reactions in the body, and more than 80 percent of people are deficient. Magnesium helps relax the muscles related to PMS cramps, alleviates stress associated with PMS, and increases GABA to calm the brain. Magnesium Breakthrough is the only magnesium supplement providing all 7 types of magnesium needed for the body.
Sara Banta is a Stanford University Graduate with a Degree in Economics and Psychology, and a certified Natural Supplement Expert & Graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Sara is the Founder of Accelerated Health Products and host of the health & wellness podcast, Accelerated Health Radio.