Fertility, Herbal Remedies, Wild Woman

Mama Killa Tincture

This tincture blend is named after the Incan Moon Goddess, Mama Killa (Quilla), the regulator of women’s menstrual cycles and protector of women.

Mama Killa Tincture blends herbs that help improve mood, regulate menstruation, boost the overall health of the female reproductive system, and promote hormonal balance.

Vitex (Vitex agnus-castus) is an effective hormone balancer. It helps to relieve PMS symptoms, including cramps, irritability, and breast tenderness. It helps to regulate the menstrual cycle and promotes fertility.

Rhodiola (Rhodiola rosea) reduces anxiety, promotes a calm emotional state, and balances hormones. It also boosts the immune system and helps improve sleep.

Rose (Rosa spp.) is gently uplifting, and soothing to the nervous system. Roses have long symbolized love and are an aphrodisiac.

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a warming, toning herb for the female reproductive system.

To make this tincture blend, you will need:

  • 20 ml vitex tincture
  • 15 ml rhodiola tincture
  • 10 ml rose tincture
  • 5 ml ginger tincture

Makes 50 ml of tincture.

Combine tinctures in a dropper bottle and shake well.

Dosing: 40-60 drops (2-3ml) daily. Do not take during pregnancy. You may need to use these herbs for at least 3 cycles before they are fully effective.

Mama Killa
Artwork by: @andrea.selena.b

References

de la Forêt, Rosalee. “Rose Benefits.” Herbs with Rosalee. herbalremediesadvice.org

Gladstar, Rosemary. Herbal Recipes for Vibrant Health. Storey Publishing, 2008.

Inca Religion.Ancient Religions & Mythology. Encyclopedia Britannica Online.

Romm, Aviva. “Adaptogens: Ancient Medicine for 21st Century Stress.”

Romm, Aviva. “Vitex (Chasteberry) and Women’s Hormone Balance.”

Weed, Susun. “Feeling Frisky? Herbs for Fertility.” 1999.

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