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I just “discovered” the benefits of bioflavonoids for reducing hot flashes.¬† As¬† you know hot flashes can make life a bit miserable.¬† Bioflavonoids and the¬† phytoestrogenic properties¬† which are found in citrus fruits and berries has been attributed to¬† stop hot flashes naturally.
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Two Types of Herbs for Menopause Relief
Phytoestrogenic herbs contain components of estrogenic which is produced by plants.¬† The estrogen from these herbs treats the hormonal imbalance by initiating the plant-based estrogens into the body.
Phytoestrogenic herbs have been used successfully¬† to ease the discomfort significantly by the consummation of the photoestrogenic herb; as a result, the hormonal level is increased.
Non-estrogenic herbs are plants that do not have estrogen properties.¬† As a result of menopause, the estrogen produced by the ovaries is reduced significantly.¬† Because a woman‚Äôs body is challenged with this lower estrogen level the discomforts of menopause set-in.¬† Non-estrogenic herbs for menopause do not contain estrogen or hormones but stimulate hormonal production within the body.
Phytoestrogenic herbs used for menopause relief :
Non-estrogenic herb used for menopause relief:
Maca ¬†¬†root which is gaining popularity these days for aiding in menopausal discomfort does not contain plant estrogens.¬† However it assist the body by balancing out its existing hormone system and supports the product of hormones.¬† Maca root is reported to contain large levels of calcium, magnesium, zinc, and iron as well as Vitamins B1, B2, B12, C and E.
Use of ¬†Maca root ¬†assist menopausal discomfort because it supports an increase and then a balance between estrogen and progesterone.¬† The increase in estrogen reduces hot flashes, vaginal dryness and an added plus a heighten increase in the libido which could wane considerably during menopause.¬† Additionally, ¬†Maca is also being touted as lessen the effect s of osteoporosis and memory loss often associated with menopause?
Please remember that it is always important to consult your medical practitioner¬† before beginning any remedies to make sure they won‚Äôt harm your health nor have any adverse effects. This information is for educational purposes.