Herbs For Menopause

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Every woman will eventually go through menopause. There are many symptoms to deal with and your hormones will change too. It can be hard to go through I would imagine. There are some herbal remedies you can use in order to treat the symptoms and restore balance to your hormones. This can be very helpful in making sure you handle this time of your life with ease.

You may be experiencing some dryness in your vagina. Aloe vera gel can be used to bring moisture back to that area so that you aren’t feeling any pain.

If you often get hot flashes, use blue cohosh to get rid of that. Blue cohosh is very helpful at this time of your life.

Another way to get rid of hot flashes is to use damiana. If your sex drive has diminished, damiana will also help to fix that. It will make you feel better over all. I would suggest ingesting damiana in tea form. It has a very relaxing effect on the body and you will feel a difference right away.

Many women experience low levels of estrogen during this time. I suggest using ginseng in order to help your body produce more estrogen. Ginseng also gets rid of hot flashes.

Another great herb to help make you feel more “in the mood” for sex is sarsaparilla.

If you feel anxiety or nervousness, use valerian to help get rid of that. Valerian is also good if you have sleeplessness at night.

Nettle can increase your urination and help if your eyesight begins to diminish.

If you have pain in your abdomen, use red clover in order to get rid of it.

You are probably experiencing some spotting or an irregular reproductive cycle. Use dong quai in order to regulate yourself. It can also protect you against heart troubles.

If you are experiencing itchiness in your vaginal area, use calendula cream in order to get rid of it. Another tip: Calendula cream can be put on your face every night to reduce wrinkles. It has natural collagen in it.

One of the best herbal remedies for menopause symptoms is black cohosh. Black cohosh can be used for spotting, pain and headaches.

Keep in mind that if you are going through hormone therapy, some of these herbs may have adverse effects with your medication.

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