Most of the women are affected by premenstrual syndrome. PMS is a collection of physical, psychological, and behavioral symptoms that can occur in the 2 weeks before menstruation. Symptoms of PMS can begin soon after ovulation and may be associated with fluid retention. The symptoms such as bloating, mood swings, irritability, fatigue, and headaches can be mild or severe. Although PMS is an integral part of many women's menstrual cycle, it can disrupt daily life and affect their quality of life. Moreover, they may stop once menstruation starts.