Herbs for Menopause

Here is a list of how some organic menopause cure herbs may be applied to help relieve a lot of  menopause symptoms. The suggestions and organic menopause treatments here are typically offered by herbalists as tinctures, which are alcohol additionalcts taken in a small amount of water. These are easy to administer, quickly absorbed and have the benefit of having a long shelf life, being quite stable at room temperature.

Some herbalists, however, prefer to work with infusions – hot or cold, depending on the herb in use – and decoctions, and if you are alcohol-sensitive, either these, or other additionalcts not made with alcohol, would be preferable. Alternatively, some, though not all, of these organic menopause cure herbs may be offered as menopause supplements in capsule or tablet form. Whatever herbs for menopause you decide to use, always follow the dosage instructions on the product label – they are there for a reason.

When using a organic menopause cure like this keep in mind that the ‘results’ might not be as immediate as with pharmaceuticals, but in some cases they are protectedr, more effective and longer-lasting.

Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa)

AS well as being one of some very effective organic treatments for menopause, this black cohosh menopause herb is known as an all-round helper for female’s predicaments. During menstruation it helps to ease menstrual pain and cramping. It is anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic and contains phytoestrogens, thus making it a true ‘herbal hormone tcure’. It is therefore a good all-round choice. In addition, it helps to relieve arthritic pain and can assist in spasmodic states of the bowel, or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).The root is used.

Contraindications: Because of its estrogen effect, black cohosh for menopause should not be used with tamoxifen.

Chaste Tree Berry (Vitex agnus-castus)

A very well-known female’s herb, chaste tree berry is a hormone balancer working on pituitary gland secretions. It has the ability to promote higher secretions of organic progesterone. It, too, can be used at any time in a woman’s life cycle, and it is frequently chosen to relieve menstrual symptoms. It has a particular role to play in relieving adolescent acne (in both girls and boys), but for menopause symptoms it is a gentle hormone balancer that brings the female system into equilibrium whatever the symptom picture.

Contraindications: probable harmful interaction with bromocriptine.

Dong Quai (Angelica sinensis)

They say one billion Chinese female can’t be mistaken! This herb from the Chinese herbal repertoire has been described as the most popular herb on the planet. Like chaste tree berry it is thought to work on the pituitary gland as a hormone balancer but it is as well known in Chinese treatment for its ability to ‘move and nourish the blood’. It is a member of the umbelliferaceae – a large group of plants that as well contains fennel and Sweet Cicely.

Contraindications: Dong quai should not be used as a organic menopause cure alongside anticoagulants.

Motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca)

This is a organic menopause cure herb with a wide range of applications for female. It is known as an emmenagogue (promotes or brings on menstrual flow). It as well protects the heart (note its Latin name, cordioco), which it does partly by virtue of its cholesterol-lowering powers and its calming and relaxing properties. It is indicated wherever tension and nervousness are associated with menopause. The ariel parts of the plant are used. It combines particularly well with hawthorn for assisting with high blood pressure and protecting the heart.

Contraindications: probable harmful interaction with antipsychotic treatments and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory treatments.

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