Arroche Puante, Chénopode Fétide, Chénopode Puant, Chenopodium vulvaria, Dog's Arrach, Goat's Arrach, Goosefoot, Herbe de Bouc, Netchweed, Oraches, Stinking Arrach, Stinking Goosefoot, Stinking Motherwort, Vulvaire.
Women take arrach to relieve menstrual cramps and also to trigger menstrual flow.
Some women apply arrach directly to the skin to treat cramps.
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