Investigatory Project (Lemongrass as Pain Reliever)

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I. Background of the Study …………………………………………………2 II. Statement of the Problem ………………………………………………...4 III. Significance of the Project …………………………………………….....5 IV. Review of the Related Literature ………………………………………...6 V. Material and Equipments …………………………………………………9 VI. Analysis of the Data………………………………………………………11 VII. Observation and Findings ………………………………………………...13 VIII. Generalization ………………………………………………………….....14 IX. Doctors’ Point of View…………………………………………………....15 X. Bibliography ……………………………………………………..…….....17

A. Title: Lemongrass: Menstrual Pain Reliever
B. Introduction * I. Background of the Study:
According to some researchers, dysmenorrhea is the medical term for pain with
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Also, the sickness is being suffered by ½ of our participants, and ¼ of the women in the world. (acc.SOGC)
Therefore, we made our project so that we could help lessen the pain that menstrual cramps brings. Since our project is very natural and could be seen anywhere, women in my age or women who couldn’t afford supplements could easily reduce the pain there experiencing. Also, our project is cheaper compared to the commercialized pain relievers that they intake (because they don’t have to buy it monthly, they could just plant it in their backyard). It is very good example of an alternative to these pain reliever supplements, it is organic and at the same time natural, it did not undergo any chemical process.
IV. Review of the Related Literature.
Here are some projects that are related to ours in terms of being an alternative pain killer.
Chamomile

The Chamomile Drinking tea also was associated with an increase in urinary levels of glycine, an amino acid that has been shown to relieve muscle spasms. This may explain why the tea appears to be helpful in relieving menstrual cramps in women, probably by relaxing the uterus, say the researchers (2005 American Chemical Society). Glycine also is known to act as a nerve relaxant, which may also explain why the tea seems to act as a mild sedative, the scientists note. Glycine supplements are sold in stores for

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