Research tied to hormonal balance education page

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  2. AAdams, J. D., Garcia, C., & Garg, G. (2012). Mugwort (artemisia vulgaris, artemisia douglasiana, artemisia argyi) in the treatment of menopause, premenstrual syndrome, dysmenorrhea and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Chinese Medicine, 03(03), 116-123.[Reference Link]

  3. Chan, Y. S., Cheng, L. N., Wu, J. H., Chan, E., Kwan, Y. W., Lee, S. M. Y., & Chan, S. W. (2011). A review of the pharmacological effects of Arctium lappa (burdock). Inflammopharmacology, 19(5), 245-254. [Reference Link]

  4. Scholey, A., Gibbs, A., Neale, C., Perry, N., Ossoukhova, A., Bilog, V., Kras, M., Scholz, C., Sass, M.,; Buchwald-Werner, S. (2014). Anti-stress effects of lemon balm-containing foods. Nutrients, 6(11), 4805–4821. [Reference Link]

  5. Akbarzadeh, M., Dehghani, M., Moshfeghy, Z., Emamghoreishi, M., Tavakoli, P., & Zare, N. (2015). Effect of Melissa officinalis capsule on the intensity of premenstrual syndrome symptoms in high school girl students. Nursing and Midwifery Studies, 4(2). [Reference Link]

  6. Hoffmann, D. (2000). Healthy Heart: Strengthen Your Cardiovascular System Naturally. Storey Books. [Reference Link]

  7. Abascal, K., & Yarnell, E. (2004). Nervine herbs for treating anxiety. Alternative and Complementary Therapies, 10(6), 309–315. [Reference Link]

  8. Tobyn, G., Denham, A., & Whitelegg, M. (2011). Verbena officinalis, Vervain. Medical Herbs, 327–336. [Reference Link]

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