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August 22, 2007

Menopause and NaturalHerb

The safety and effectiveness naturalherb of chaste tree berry extract has been studied since the 1950s. Now brings a delicate yet effective combination of the two extracts to American women. Menopause is experienced by all naturalherb women and remedies of yore are returning to the forefront to help alleviate menopausal symptoms. We believe that menopause is a natural part of a woman¹s life and should be supported in natural ways. The frequency and intensity of menopausal symptoms are widely varied from woman to woman. Hormonal changes trigger these shifts in your system and these changes occur not only in the ovaries but also in the pituitary, thyroid, pancreas, adrenal, uterus, liver naturalherb and pineal glands. Some easy ways to help with hotflashes: soak your feet, wear silk, decrease stress in your life, put ice on your cheeks, eat a snack (carrots, fruits (not citrus) seaweed, whole grains, yogurt etc.), nourish the liver with lemon juice and olive oil and papaya juice, Vitamin B complex (especially B2, B6 and B12) and Vitamin A are helpful; sleep with loose covers and eat wild yams which are sometimes helpful. Avoid foods that may trigger a hot flash such as spicy foods,

4 comments:

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