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Herbal Tea Treatment of Oligomennerhea Condition with Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis and Carica Papaya

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Part of the Learning and Analytics in Intelligent Systems book series (LAIS, volume 15)

Abstract

Oligomenorrhea is a gynaecological medicinal situation of irregularities through menstruation that affects with daily activates and others. Numerous things can cause asymmetrical periods. Changes in the hormones estrogens and progesterone can disturb the regular pattern of period. That’s why young adolescents going through puberty commonly have irregular periods. The occurrence of Oligomenorrhea between teenage females ranges from 60 to 73%. Many adolescent girls report limitations on daily activities, such as sported events. Based on the symptoms of Oligomenorrhea the subjects were purposely selected. The aim of the research was to reduce this problem by supplementing them with unripe papaya and hibiscus flowers. A total number of 30 subjects were purposively selected for experimentation. The information regarding the Socio-economic status, food habits, anthropometric measurements and clinical information etc. were collected by using the questionnaire. The research consists of three experimental groups, which are group 1 experimental, group 2 experimental and group 3 control. Each experimental group consists of 10 members of subjects. Experimental group-1 receives hibiscus tea, experimental group-2 receives unrefined papaya tea. The supplementation was continued two months, experimental group-1 showed changes in the clinical symptoms after hibiscus tea supplementation.

Keywords

Hibiscus Menstrual pain Oligomenorrhea Papaya Tea supplementation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Home ScienceSri Padmavati Mahila VisvavidyalayamTirupatiIndia

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