Wild Yam Root contains hormone precursors to the female hormone progesterone; a hormone balancer for fatigue and menstrual problems.  It treats symptoms of menopause, including, hot flashes, headaches, and vaginal dryness.  It contains saponins that have anti-inflammatory effects which helps in treating the pain and stiffness of arthritis.  It relaxes muscles, spasms, and abdominal and intestinal cramps and has been used to treat chronic gas or flatulence.  Wild Yam Root has been used for colic, gallbladder disorders, hypoglycemia, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney stones, and neuralgia.

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