Night Sweats

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

  • Black Cohosh
  • Chasteberry
  • Dong Quai
  • Evening Primrose
  • Hops
  • Korean Ginseng
  • Red Raspberry
  • Rehmannia Root

Natural Cures and Remedies for Night Sweats

JLH); Infection (1; FNF); Jaundice (f; PH2); Lacrimosis (f; JLH); Leprosy (f; PH2); Leukoderma (f; KAB); Leukorrhea (f; PH2); Malaria (f; PH2); Measles (f; SKJ); Nephrosis (f; MBB); Neuropathy (f; PH2); Night Sweats (f; PH2); Odontosis (f; SUW); Ophthalmia (f; KAB; MBB; PH2); Pain (f; PH2); Paralysis (f; KAB); Pharyngodynia (f; PH2); Proctosis (f; HH2; PH2); Prolapse (f; HH2; PH2); Snakebite (f; KAB); Sore (f; HH2; SUW); Sore Throat (f; PH2); Spermatorrhea (f; PH2); Splenomegaly (f; SKJ); Splenosis (f; KAB; KAP; PH2); Stomatosis (f; HH2; KAP; SKJ); Tumor (1; FNF; JLH); Typhoid (f; KAB); Ulcer (f; HHB; PH2); Virus (1; ABS; FNF); Water Retention (f; HHB; KAB; WOI); Worm (f; PH2); Wound (1; HHB; HH2;

First came acupuncture. After ten acupuncture treatments, many of Matt’s MS symptoms cleared, along with his headaches, night sweats, and allergies. Next came diet. Ashton asked Matt to follow a ‘Paleolithic,” or caveman, diet consisting of simple and unprocessed foods such as fruits, vegetables, fish, skinless chicken breasts, and a little rice, and avoiding all dairy, gluten, legumes, fried foods, and yeast. In addition, Matt began taking a variety of supplements, including vitamins, minerals, omega-3 fatty acids, and GLA.

Black Cohosh, Chasteberry, Dong Quai, Evening Primrose, Hops, Korean Ginseng, Red Raspberry, Rehmannia Root

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Balances bodily fluids Sage has a unique ability to balance fluids with the body, almost working in the way an alterative works—what is high it lowers and what is low it raises. Sage leaf’s astringent action constricts fluids if someone is excessively perspiring, such as from menopausal night sweats or hot flashes. It can be taken hot to open up the pores and allow constrained fluids to flow from the body, such as with fever or for those who have di?culty mounting a sweat. In traditional Chinese medicine, blood is related to tendon health, and western herbalists often use sage for the person whose tendons seem sinewy and dried up. In the stomach and intestines, sage works as an astringent to lessen damp accumu-lations that present as gas, bloating, loose stools, and decreased appetite.

APA; DAA; LAF); Neurosis (f; DAA); Night Sweats (f; FAY); Ophthalmia (f; DAA); Pain (1; APA; DAA; EFS; LAF; WOI); Palpitation (f; DAA; FAY; KEB); Purpura (f; FAY; LAF);

Hives (f; APA); Immunodepression (f; WHO); Incontinence (1; WHO); Inflammation (1; APA; FNF); Itch (f; DAA); Lethargy (1; FNF); Low Blood Pressure (1; APA; DAA; SHT; WHO); Malaria (f; DAA); Myalgia (f; BGB); Myasthenia Gravis (1; WHO); Narcolepsy (1; WHO); Nasal Congestion (1; SKY); Nephrosis (f; DAA); Night Sweats (f; DAA); Obesity (1; AKT; BGB; SKY; WHO); Osteosis (f; APA; BGB; PH2); Pain (f; PH2; WHO); Pertussis (1; BGB); Pneumonia (1; BGB); Pulmonosis (1; WAM); Respirosis (2; APA; KOM); Rheumatism (f; HHB); Rhinosis (1; BGB; WHO); Sinusosis (2; DAA; WAM; WHO); Swelling (1; FNF); Tracheosis (f; DAA); Urticaria (1; WHO); Virus (f; WHO); Water Retention (1; APA; FNF; PED).