Cramp bark is a flowering shrub. The bark of the plant has traditionally been used to treat pain from muscle cramps, especially period cramps.
Turmeric, known for its anti-inflammatory properties provides relief for PMS symptoms such as period cramps and headaches and helps aid digestion.
Chasteberry helps regulate female hormones and relieve PMS symptoms such as mood swings, headaches, breast tenderness and bloating.
Ashwagandha supports the immune and adrenal system. It works to reduce the stress response in the body, helping with energy and mood.
Iron is a fundamental mineral, key for energy and cognition, along with supporting the immune system.
What is PMS?
PMS stands for Premenstrual Syndrome, a combination of physical and emotional symptoms that many women experience before their menstrual period begins.
Can I take PMS Support while on the contraceptive pill or IUD?
Yes PMS Support is 100% hormone free and a natural solution to restore hormone balance.
Will PMS Support help regulate my menstrual cycles (periods)?
PMS Support was formulated to help regulate your menstrual cycle, bring back your missing period and minimise excessive bleeding.
How long does it take to see results?
Results may vary, but many individuals notice an improvement in symptoms within the first month of consistent use. For some, it may take a couple of menstrual cycles to experience the full benefits.
Is PMS Support suitable for use with other supplements?
PMS Support has a unique blend of ingredients, all carefully chosen to complement and support a healthy diet and lifestyle. You should not need to take any other vitamins and minerals while taking PMS Support unless you have a specific need or deficiency. If you are taking other supplements we would advise you check the recommended daily dosage as PMS Support ingredients are at optimum daily dosage levels.
Can I take PMS Support whilst on medication?
PMS Support is suitable to take with most medications. However, it is important to us that you get the best advice and care possible, so we recommend you speak to your doctor before taking PMS Support.
I am experiencing perimenopausal symptoms, is PMS Support for me?
In this case, we would recommend you look at Menopause Support. Menopause Support has been formulated to relieve perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms. Taking Menopause Support will ease you into perimenopause and should help ease the onset of symptoms like hot flashes, irregular cycle, etc.
Is PMS Support suitable for vegetarians and vegans?
Yes. Being vegan friendly was very important to Bluum and so products are suitable for use by vegetarians and vegans.
Is PMS Support free from allergens?
Our ingredients are free from; wheat, dairy, soy, fish, sugar, artificial sweeteners, preservatives or colourants. PMS Support has no gluten-containing ingredients.
Can I take PMS Support while pregnant or breastfeeding?
PMS Support is not suitable for use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Can you take adaptogens over a long period of time?
Whilst adaptogenic herbs are considered safe for use over periods of time, we advise a break of one week after taking them for six months. Our bodies can get used to them and, by taking a break, this allows the body to reset a little and then feel the full benefits again.
Where is Bluum manufactured?
Bluum products are manufactured in South Africa, under strict regulations and licensing.
Why do Bluum products come in pouches?
Bluum is committed to sourcing ethically and producing sustainable products that are unharmful to your body and the environment. With the unnecessary disposal of plastic and glass bottles, they thought there was a better option and therefore decided on recyclable pouches which have a lower impact on the environment and do not expose you to any unnecessary, harmful microplastics.
Do you deliver internationally?
At this moment we only deliver to customers in South Africa. We will be offering products to the UK and EU soon. If you would like to purchase Bluum products and we are not yet in your region, please reach out to us via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.