If by cramping you mean the once-a-month female kind, I find that
dried and sugared ginger is a beautiful thing. Also, chamomile is
supposed to work pretty well for both cramping and headaches. However, if it is just cramps, sugared ginger works way better for me.
Very informative, thank you! I was having a hard time remembering the difference between decoction and infusion. I will be attending college for herbal medicine here soon, so maybe someday I can contribute to this!
Yes, ones from the store are the same, just more processed. And the cramping thing? Sage tea works well for cramps and to make you start the cycle. I like this post, as it has a lot of info needed for every herbalist. Blessings!