Menopausal hormone imbalance increases the risk of osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease.

The good news is that healthy lifestyle, high-quality diet and regular exercise can help reduce the unpleasant symptoms of menopause and its consequences.

Can help and some plants, which is devoted to this article.
Most plants have menopause estrogenic activity, due to the presence of phytoestrogens – natural estrogen.

Menopause in the capital marked lack of the hormone estrogen, which is why it appear unpleasant symptoms.

Phytoestrogens act as human estrogen and replaces the lack of this hormone in the body.

However, there are plants that have the effect of progesterone (wild yam, chaste tree) and those governing the operation of the endocrine system and establish normal levels of hormones in the body (pussy, yellow primrose and nettles).


1. Ginseng

Ginseng (Panax ginseng) is an ancient plant, which the peoples of China, Korea and America have been used for thousands of years.

Ginseng has a unique structure, thanks to which helps with many health problems, including problems of menopause.

Ginseng contains phytoestrogens, whose chemical structure is very similar to human estrogen.

This is why ginseng is a great help in menopause, which is primarily characterized by a lack of estrogen.

Ginseng can relieve fatigue, lack of energy, memory problems and sleep disorders. In addition, this plant is the most powerful aphrodisiac, tonic and pomlađivač organism.

Other plants, which are characterized by a high content of natural estrogens are:

ginkgo biloba
Dong quai (Angelica sinensis)
Black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa)
Red clover (Trifolium pratense)
Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra, licorice)
Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus)
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)
2. Maca

Maca (Lepidium meyenii) is a plant originating from Peru. This plant Peruvians used since ancient times as food and medicine to increase energy and endurance, regulate hormones and improve libido.

Today, the cat is considered one of the most efficient plants to ease the symptoms of menopause.

Maca enhances the endocrine system, which is responsible for the production of hormones. This way establishes a maca hormonal balance.

This herb also improves sexual function in women and increase energy and endurance.

This is why many doctors kitty considered harmless natural alternative to hormone therapy.

For menopausal women, maca is especially beneficial. At menopause, hormone levels decline can cause memory problems, decreased libido and hot flashes. Maca restores natural balance of hormones and eliminates the symptoms of menopause.

 3. Chaste

Agnus Castus (Vitex agnus castus) is a wild plant, which grows in the Mediterranean, Southern Europe and Central Asia.

Chaste does not contain hormones. This is based on the reduction of prolactin via dopaminergic neurons.

This creates a balance of progesterone and estrogen in a woman’s menstrual cycle.

Chaste decreases estrogen, FSH and prolactin and progesterone increases.

4. Black Cohosh

Black cohosh (Actaea racemosa) is a plant of the family Ranunculaceae, which naturally grows on the eastern coast of North America.

American tribes have long used this plant to relieve a whole range of women’s problems.

In the 18th century extract these plants was introduced in gynecology. Since the forties of the last century, in Germany, is used as a natural hormonal therapy to control climacteric symptoms and premenstrual and menstrual disorders.

Several substances at the root of this plant – -acetyl, formonetin and triterpene – act as natural estrogen.

Black cohosh provides effective help with hot flashes, insomnia, depression and other symptoms of menopause.

5. Poland horsetail

Poland horsetail (Equisetum) belongs to a very old branch of fern. Formulations of field horsetail used more Greeks and Romans.

They believed that this plant stops bleeding, helps against ulcers and wounds, tuberculosis and kidney disease.

This herb is rich in glycosides and preserves the health of the hormonal system, heart and bone, which is especially recommended for women in menopause.

Tea field horsetail prevents osteoporosis, builds bone and helps rapid healing of fractures.

Poland horsetail can prevent hot flashes, bloating and fatigue. In addition, it helps with urinary problems and kidney stones.

6. Nettle (Urtica shares)

Nettle is a wonderful plant, which helps with many health problems, including problems of menopause.

Nettle nourishes the endocrine system, which is responsible for the production of hormones. This plant is an excellent source of calcium, magnesium, chlorophyll, chromium and other important nutrients necessary for women in menopause.

Nettle normalizes the production of hormones, improves bone health, cardiovascular system and kidneys, regulates blood sugar, provides energy and vitality.

Nettle can be used in salads, make her green gritty juices, cook it like leafy vegetables or make tea. It is recommended that you drink two cups of tea from nettle day.

7. Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is a wild plant, which grows in the Mediterranean region and Africa. However, the greatest popularity of this plant was acquired in India, where it is grown in large quantities and is used in Ayurvedic medicine.

Ashwagandha is an herb very broad spectrum – affects the digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous and reproductive systems.

It reduces stress, strengthens the immune system and rejuvenates the body.

Ayurveda believes that ashwagandha can successfully help in reducing the symptoms of menopause.

Ashwagandha has a beneficial effect on the endocrine system and helps to balance hormones in the body. In addition, this herb improves female reproductive organs, reduces inflammation and increases fertility.

8. Oil of evening primrose

Yellow evening primrose (Oenothera biennis) is a South American plant, which is in Europe arrived in the 17th century.

Yellow flowers of this plant opens in the evening, but only briefly. Wither even before sunrise, but the following evening new flowers will adorn this already fascinating plant.

Yellow primrose is considered one of the richest natural sources of essential fatty acids – alpha-linolenic acid (LA) and 72% of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) 9%.

GLA is valuable ingredient that is needed in our body. Gamma linolenic acid can be found only in a few species of plants and yellow primrose is one of them.

GLA serves as a source of prostaglandins, which helps regulate the hormonal balance in the body and maintaining the health of the age of menopause.

Evening primrose oil is especially recommended if you suffer from hot flashes and night sweats.

Nutrition is important

Do not forget the importance of a healthy diet.

Many nutritionists believe that with the help of food is possible with high accuracy regulate hormone levels in the body.

Many foods contain natural phytoestrogens and can certainly help in the time of menopause. Among these foods are ….

soybeans and soy products
seeds – flax, sesame, sunflower
whole grains and legumes
nuts – almonds, peanuts
garlic and onion
Physical activity is of paramount importance

The exercises increase the level of estrogen in the body, can significantly reduce the risk of osteoporosis and heart disease, contribute to weight loss, reduce stress, hot flashes, irritability and insomnia.

Even if you are not fit, never too late to start with exercises.

Enjoy walking, cycling, active work in the garden, swimming, cardio training on equipment and dance with your partner.

Menopause is not a period of suffering, but a natural process, which runs every woman. A healthy diet, exercise and herbs will ensure you that during this period pass easily and happily.

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