From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Menopause:

  • American Ginseng
  • Black Cohosh
  • Chasteberry
  • Damiana
  • Dong Quai
  • Evening Primrose
  • False Unicorn Root
  • Hops
  • Horny Goat Weed
  • Korean Ginseng
  • Maca Root
  • Red Raspberry
  • Sarsaparilla
  • Wild Yam

Natural Cures and Remedies for Menopause

IDDM (1; WHO); Immune Dysfunction (1; JAD); Immunodepression (1; APA; PED; MAB; PH2; WHO); Impotence (1; BGB; DAA; PH2; SHT; WHO); Infection (f; KEB); Infertility (1; BGB; KEB; MAB; PH2); Inflammation (1; KEB); Insomnia (1; APA; CRC; DAA; PH2); Leukopenia (1; KEB); Longevity (1; KEB); Low Blood Pressure (1; CRC; DAA; PNC); Malaria (f; CRC); Menopause (f; KEB); Menorrhagia (f; CRC); Mental Derangement (f; KEB); Morning Sickness (f; WHO); Nausea (f; CRC); Nephrosis (f; CRC); Nervousness (f; APA; CRC; DAA); Neuralgia (f; MAB); Neurasthenia (f; CRC; DAA); Neurosis (f; KEB; PH2; WHO); NIDDM (1; BGB; MAB;

Another tricky aspect of the female endocrine system is that these hormones are present in our bodies to varying degrees at all times. During premenopause and perimenopause, each and every

American Ginseng, Black Cohosh, Chasteberry, Damiana, Dong Quai, Evening Primrose, False Unicorn Root, Hops, Horny Goat Weed, Korean Ginseng, Maca Root, Red Raspberry, Sarsaparilla, Wild Yam

“Perimenopause and menopause are filled with a constellation of biochemical changes. You cannot realistically expect that one supplement such as 5-HTP or one neurochemical such as Serotonin could resolve all symptoms. But you would expect that some symptoms would be improved, and, in fact, these symptoms of irritability and depression have been improved in women- I have treated for menopausal and premenopausal discomfort.”

There are several misconceptions about menopause. Many women at this time feel that they are growing old and that they are well past their full physical vigour. Other women feel that the menopause brings a cessation of sexual pleasure. These apprehensions are far from true.

Supports hormone function in menopause Tra-ditionally black cohosh has been used as a women’s herb to support and balance hormone function and uterine health. In modern times, black cohosh has been put to the test—or lab, I should say. Studies show that black cohosh has an estrogenic e?ect and is supportive to certain conditions that are driven by estrogen defi-ciency, including menopause, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and reduction in the ability to climax with sexual interaction. Anything estrogenic raises red flags these days, and one concern has

Although chronic in character, it breaks in acute attacks. It is a disease of the wealthy and chiefly affects middle-aged men. Women, after menopause, are also sometimes affected by this disease.