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Understanding Bad Menopause and How Natural Remedies Can Help

Hormonal Balance in Menopause The quality of your hormonal balance during your reproductive life will affect the quality of your transition through menopause. Like puberty, menopause is an inbuilt timing mechanism and the two together are the books on either end of your childbearing years. Think of menopause as a plane coming into land. If… Read More »

Black Cohosh Side Effects – Cimicifuga Racemosa, Actaea Racemosa

The side effects of black cohosh, also known as Actaea racemosa and Cimicifuga racemosa, are a very real concern. It is used to mimic the effects of estrogen in women, and thus reduce the effects of unwanted PMS, dysmenorrhea, and menopause symptoms such as cramping, insomnia, anxiety, night sweats and hot flashes. Not only have… Read More »

Menopause Treatment: You Should Know How To Treat Your Symptoms Naturally

When women start going through the discomforts of different menopause symptoms, they start scouting a good natural menopause treatment. Even though menopause is a natural stage that happens in women’s lives, the symptoms that happens during this period can be really discomforting, which is why looking for a good, effective but safe treatment is very… Read More »

Middle of the Night Insomnia?

It’s almost epidemic with women in perimenopause and menopause! Three natural solutions can end your nighttime struggles. Watch Barbara Hoffman’s short video to find your answers. No harmful sleeping pills for us! They don’t solve the issue AND when you discontinue them the “rebound insomnia” can be worse than when you started. Get Better Health…… Read More »

An Insight Into 21st Century Herbal Medicine – What Herbs Are Used to Treat Menopause Symptoms?

There is a long tradition of treating unpleasant and debilitating menopausal symptoms with medicinal plants. This knowledge has been passed down through the ages and now for the first time we are beginning to understand through scientific research how the plants work on the body at cellular level. Menopause affects each woman in a unique… Read More »