Phytotherapy and menopause - without side effects - Herbs

November 27, 2013

  • Phytotherapy and menopause - without the side effects
  • Herbs

 herbal medicine and herbs

Herbal medicine and herbs

Food phytonutrients - one of the most popular and proven means of facilitating the flow of menopause. Use herbs and plants to treat various diseases and disorders began in ancient China in 500 BC The popularity of herbal medicine explained unsurpassed healing properties of herbs and their lack of serious side effects.

Some of the most common herbs which are used to reduce discomfort during menopause.


Red baneberry

The dried roots and rhizomes red cohosh is widely used in the treatment of menopause. This plant has a specific effect on the uterus and it reduces congestion and cuts. Also, red black cohosh reduces hot flashes. It is used to alleviate muscle pain and spasms. Take red black cohosh in tablets or capsules two - four times a day, depending on the severity of menopause.


Chaste Tree

This plant is very useful in the treatment of menopause. Dried fruits of the chaste tree is used to normalize the level of hormones in a woman's body. Half a teaspoon of tincture of chaste tree fruit should be taken twice a day.



Dry leaves of a tree damiana are part of many antidepressants. But it does not abuse this drug, as it may adversely affect the urinary tract. The recommended dose - 100-150 mg in tablets or capsules two to three days a week.



The leaves, roots and flowers of dandelion are used in the treatment of liver. In case of violation of the hormonal balance in the body significantly increases the load on the liver. In this case, it is recommended to take a tincture of dandelion.


Angelica archangelica

The roots of this plant are used to reduce the symptoms of deficiency of the hormone estrogen Estrogen - the key to bone health  Estrogen - the key to bone health
 Because they contain large amounts of natural plant estrogen. The pharmacy you can buy capsules and tablets Angelica (500 mg), which is recommended to be taken twice a day.


Hamelirium lyuteum

The dried roots and rhizomes of this plant are used to treat diseases of uterus and ovaries. Perhaps that is why hamelirium lyuteum enjoys the fame of one of the most effective means to alleviate the symptoms of menopause Symptoms of menopause: forewarned is forearmed  Symptoms of menopause: forewarned is forearmed
 . It can be purchased in the form of capsules and tinctures. Take no more than once a day.



Leaves of the ginkgo tree to improve brain function, as well as providing oxygen to all cells of the body. Ginkgo also used to treat memory disorders Memory Disorders - aggravation as dangerous as the weakening  Memory Disorders - aggravation as dangerous as the weakening
 , Mood swings and depression Depression - a little more than a bad mood  Depression - a little more than a bad mood
 . The medicine can be found in the form of capsules, tablets and tinctures. 1,000 milligrams daily dose should be divided into two steps.

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  • treatment of menopause,
  • phytotherapy

Tea with ginger: the nuances of taste and benefits - How to prepare

August 4, 2011

  • Tea with ginger: the nuances of taste and benefits
  • Beneficial features
  • How to cook

 preparation of ginger tea

Preparation of ginger tea

Ginger tea may be prepared from fresh, comminuted ginger or dried ginger powder. It must be ensured that the manufacture of powdered ginger undergone minimal processing and contains no additives. Ginger is used as a seasoning for dishes is fine, but it may be of poor quality. Place one rounded teaspoon minced ginger root, or half a teaspoon of ginger powder of high quality on the mug. It is best not to throw the ginger in a cup of hot water, and fill it with the water. So the plant will give greater active components. Cover the bowl with a lid and let it brew for a drink, where possible, for ten minutes, then stir and drink it warm. If you wish, you can add tea sweeteners.


How do I add ginger tea

Ginger - is a plant native to Asia, used as a flavoring and aromatic additives to dishes, as well as a natural cure for many diseases, such as digestive problems, nasal congestion and pain. Ginger tea - is the oldest drug used in Ayurvedic medicine, which is a holistic approach to cure diseases by the use of medicinal properties of plants such as ginger. Tea with ginger has a therapeutic effect on those who drink it daily, and on those who take this facility from time to time for the treatment of diseases. The traditional recipe of ginger tea also includes honey and lemon.

You will need:

  • Fruit knife
  • Spoonful
  • Pan or kettle
  • Stove
  • Percolator
  • a ginger root
  • Four cups of water
  • one teaspoon of lemon juice (optional)
  • one teaspoon of honey (optional)

What do we have to do:

  • Wash the ginger root in hot water and let it dry
  • Peel the ginger Ginger and the most unexpected, but pleasant useful properties  Ginger and the most unexpected, but pleasant useful properties
   from the skin using fruit knife. Cut 12 thin slices.
  • Pour into the pan or kettle four cups of water. Bring water to a boil over high heat. Add the boiling water 12 slices of ginger.
  • Ginger Cook for ten minutes. Remove the ginger water from the heat and allowed to cool for one minute. Strain the ginger water with a strainer, removing from it the pieces of ginger.
  • Put a tea bag in a mug. At one tea bag, pour one cup of strained ginger water. Let the tea brew for three minutes.
  • If desired, add one teaspoon of honey and one teaspoon of lemon juice. All the mix.

Ginger tea - a popular home remedy to treat a variety of ailments, but the most famous of its medicinal properties - the ability to help an upset stomach and alleviate the symptoms of the common cold. Warm, pleasant to the taste of ginger tea - is a natural and inexpensive alternative medicines sold without prescription. On the beneficial properties of this drink it was known thousands of years ago, and its active components have been identified and studied in detail.

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  • drinks with ginger