For many women, menopause brings relief from monthly periods, freedom from worry about unplanned pregnancy, and excitement about entering a new phase of life.
For many others, menopause brings physical and emotional upheaval linked to changes occurring as the female body makes its transition out of the child-bearing years.
Herbs for menopause No 1 – Black cohosh ( cimicifuga racemosa) – Black cohosh Cimicifuga racemosa is equally at home in the perennial border as it is in its shaded haunts in the eastern deciduous forest. Pre-colonial botanical observers in America couldn’t help but notice the handsome, robust foliage, with the tall spikes of brilliant white flowers, waving like a flag to attract attention.
Herbs for menopause No. 2 – Chaste tree ( Vilex agnus- castus) Chaste tree has been used for menstrual cycle problems. It has also been used in combination with other products for certain hormone imbalances (e.g., hyperprolactinemia). Some herbal/diet supplement products have been found to contain possibly harmful impurities/additives
Herbs for menopause n. 3 – Damiana ( Turnera diffuse) – Damiana leaves are harvested from the plants Turnera diffusa, a small shrub native to Mexico, the American Southwest, and the West Indies. Damiana is also known by the name Turnera. The common name Damiana includes the species Turnera aphrodisiaca, which is used interchangeably with Turnera diffusa. Besides being used in the production of a popular Mexican liqueur called “Damiana”, this herb has enjoyed a long and unwarranted history of use as an aphrodisiac, supposedly able to stimulate the libido of men and women alike
Herbs for menopause no. 4 – Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) Dandelion (the entire plant preparation) has been used for stimulating appetite and for relieving stomach fullness and gas (dyspepsia). Dandelion leaf has been used for stimulating the appetite, and for promoting water loss and blood circulation. It has also been used for gallstones and arthritis.
REGUNOVA Plus is a powerful non-hormonal herbal product which tones up female generative organs and promotes regular menstruation. It also restores pH of the vaginal secretions, decreasing the chances of further infections. Helpful in:
* Irregular Menstruation
* Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding
* Primary Amenorrhoea
* Secondary Amenorrhoea
The bark of Ashoka or Saraca indica , which is the real potent drug, is reported to have a stimulating effect on the endometrium and ovarian tissue and is therefore very valuable in treating problems like menorrhagia due to uterine fibroids, in leucorrhea and in internal bleeding. Uses of Ashoka or Saraca indica are:
* The best uterine support
* Any uterus or ovary problem including leucorrhea