Primary dysmenorrhea harms the physical and social functioning of many young women. At the Siberian State Medical University laboratory complex and Tomsk prenatal clinic No. 4 antenatal clinic, a clinical experiment was conducted to better understand the impact of diet on the treatment of menstrual problems. In the clinical experiment, sixty young women with dysmenorrhea between the ages of 14 and 18 took part. To assess the efficacy of complex treatment both objective and subjective performance criteria were used. All the participants underwent numerous examinations before the trial, and the whole process of the treatment was carefully recorded and analyzed. The supplement was prescribed to complement the conventional cyclic vitamin therapy. The tested dietary supplement demonstrated bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and immune-stimulating effects. The favorable impact of the supplement on the autonomic nervous system was registered. The participants of the experimental group experienced pain relief and demonstrated a noticeable improvement. No side effects were detected during the clinical trial.