Here’s a little bit about each herb
Appears to act similarly to estrogen, the hormone that depletes in midlife and causes many of the symptoms women experience during menopause. This is why it’s typically used to control problems like headaches, hot flashes, mood changes, and insomnia.
It has anti-inflammatory properties and high antioxidant levels that have helped women manage menopause symptoms like night sweats, hot flashes, and mood swings
One of the most popular herbal medicines in the world. For centuries, it has been used to boost immunity, improve cardiovascular health, and increase energy levels. It can improve mood and general health in menopausal women. It has even been found to lessen the risk of cardiovascular disease in postmenopausal women.
It contains isoflavones that maintain the estrogen level in the body. It can prevent hormonal imbalance and mood swings and reduces menstrual pains. Red clover extract is also an effective herb for treating hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause.
Ovarian hormone deficiency often causes osteoporosis in women. As red clover help balances the hormones, it also prevents the risk of developing osteoporosis.
Has a calming effect. When used before a woman’s menstruation schedule, it relieves menstrual cramps and helps achieve a more regular menstruation schedule.
Ancient China also claims historical use of the herb. It was traditionally used for menstrual disorders and varied gynecological issues among Chinese women. Motherwort was recorded as the highest grade plant in one of the earliest pharmacological manuscripts entitled “Shennong Bencao Jing” for its non-toxicity.
Nettle leaves contain vital minerals like magnesium, potassium, and iron. It also has flavonoids and other essential vitamins. Nettle is also a blood tonic and is often used as a blood purification herb. It can detoxify the blood and promote proper blood circulation, thereby, treating various cardiovascular diseases. It may even improve anemia and relieve tiredness.
Can help improve the symptoms of menopause.
It helps relieve symptoms like a headache, muscle pains, and fatigue.
It mimics estrogen and studies have found it’s highly effective at reducing hot flashes. Bone loss is another potential side effect of menopause and star anise helps keep bones healthier and protects against osteoporosis.
Not for ladies pregnant or breastfeeding.
Red clover increases the chance of bleeding. Avoid using it before a scheduled surgery. Red clover is not advisable for patients with hormone-sensitive conditions like ovarian, breast, and prostate cancer.
Black cohosh is strictly prohibited for pregnant women because of its ability to induce miscarriage. It is only used traditionally at the onset of childbirth to mitigate the pain and hasten the delivery. It is also not advisable for use in breastfeeding women.Long-term use of black cohosh increases the susceptibility to diseases pertaining to the breast and uterus. It can also cause liver toxicity when taken in a high amount. Do not use any black cohosh supplement for more than six months.
Before taking any herbal medication check with your doctor for possible interaction including contraceptive pills.
Blend Ingredients: Red clover, Black cohosh, motherwort, Ginseng, sage & nettle.
Tincture Ingredients: Star Anise, alcohol