Seed Cycling: what it is, benefits and how to use

Seed cycling is a natural approach to hormonal balance involving the use of different seeds at specific times of the month.

Hormones are organic substances secreted to regulate physiological activities and maintain homeostasis. An imbalance in these hormones particularly in women has been implicated in acne, mood disturbances, irregular periods, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and infertility.

Most women use seed cycling for reducing anovulatory cycles (menstrual cycles characterized by the absence of ovulation and a luteal phase), regulate periods, boost fertility and relieve symptoms of menopause.

There are 2 phases associated with seed cycling.

In phase 1, certain seeds are consumed daily to balance estrogen levels while a different set of seeds work to balance progesterone levels in phase 2. Both estrogen and progesterone are vital hormones for sexual and reproductive development in women.

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How to use

Phase 1: This involves the use of the ‘follicular phase’ seed cycling mix.

Grind the seeds prior to use to keep them fresh

 

Use 2 tbsp daily for 14 days from the start of your period until ovulation begins (usually the 14th day).

Ground seeds can be added to smoothies, cereal, yogurt, soups, salads, oatmeal or meal of choice.

Phase 2: After 14 days, switch to the luteal phase seed cycling for further 14 days.

Grind the seeds prior to use to keep them fresh

Use 2 tbsp daily from the 15th day to day 28 or until the start of your monthly period.

Ground seeds can be added to smoothies, cereal, yogurt, soups, salads, oatmeal or meal of choice.

 

For further reading,

  1. https://www.britannica.com/science/hormone/The-hormones-of-vertebrates
  2. https://drbrighten.com/seed-cycling-for-hormone-balance/
  3. https://www.joulecraftednutrition.com/post/seed-cycling-for-hormonal-balance
  4. https://www.doctorsunshine.net/blog/seed-cycling-for-hormone-balancing