Period Pain

Period Pain (Dysmenorrhoea)

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Period pain affects over 2.1 billion world wide. The economic cost in Australia is $9.7 Billion, and in Japan $7 billion.

Biosea Health is undertook pilot trials to understand the relationship between eating Pacific Seamoss and period pain.

That Trial is now closed to new participants but we have product for sale. 

We have a special 1 free month Trial. Check that out on this page

We are especially wanting those who suffer from PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) or endometriosis.

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