- FemiPain combines zinc and thiamin (vitamin B1) with herbs traditionally used in western herbal medicine (WHM) and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) to relieve menstrual pain.
- Ginger is traditionally used in WHM for its anti-inflammatory and carminative actions in the body that support the management of dysmenorrhoea and reduce symptoms of abdominal discomfort and dyspepsia.
- Cramp bark is traditionally used in WHM as an antispasmodic to relieve muscular tension and spasm as well as uterine menstrual cramps associated with dysmenorrhoea.
- Black cohosh (standardised to triterpene glycosides NLT 2.5%) is traditionally used in WHM to relieve premenstrual symptoms, reduce the pain associated with menstruation and ease nervous tension.
- Jamaican dogwood is traditionally used in WHM as an analgesic for neuralgia, migraines and dysmenorrhoea. It is also used to support the nervous system and provide relief from insomnia.
- Corydalis (standardised to 10% alkaloids) is used in TCM to reduce pain associated with menstrual cramps and dysmenorrhoea, and is used to invigorate the blood and regulate qi.
- Vitamin B1 supports normal energy production.