Hormonal imbalance is triggered by pollution, lifestyle and diet, and stress. It is more common among women in their 40s and 50s.
Here are some herbs that promote the balance of hormones in the body.
Schisandria is an herb among berries. They have been recognized as good anti-aging herb due to its rich phytonutrient content and antioxidant properties.
In Chinese tradition, schisandra is believed to help in increasing a person’s life span and restoring vibrancy. It is an herb reserved for royalty. It is commonly added to other herbs as it is proven to boost their effect.
It contains Glutathione which promotes the protection of the body from toxins and other harmful chemicals.
In Sanskrit, shatavari would mean with one hundred or roots or in some interpretations, it would mean with one hundred husbands. Closely related to the mighty asparagus, the herb is used in many ways such as soothing, lubricating, and cooling.
It is recommended for women who breastfeed. It provides relief to heart burn, and improves the fertility of women. Its roots are used as medical ingredients used to treat various diseases.
Saponins in shatavari increase the production of estrogen in women, and provide the brain’s libido stimulation; at the same time lubricate and soften the organs along the pelvic area.
Coleus is popular in the weight loss world. It has minimal side effects. It is the reason why some fat-burning enzymes are activated. Sensitivity to insulin is promoted with the stimulation of the thyroid glands caused by coleus.
Vitex was once tagged as a chaste berry. It was used to control the monks’ sex drive in the past. They were also used to promote menstruation.
A hormone produced in the pituitary glands called prolactin is curbed by Vitex. The use of vitex results to the heightened production of progesterone, promoting better ovulation and menstrual cycles.
Glycerrhizin is a famous condiment because it is 50 times much sweeter than the normal sucrose. Licorice has been used to treat coughs and relieve ulcers. It is an effective herb in managing the testosterone levels.
Turmeric is a spice known for its efficient anti-inflammatory properties. Potential capabilities to go against tumors are seen by some researchers. Curcumin, the active chemical in turmeric, is both antifungal and antibacterial. It also promotes the liver-synthesized antioxidant glutathione.
Hormonal imbalance can be improved with the use of these herbs. A change in lifestyle also affects the balance of hormones in the body. Pick healthy routines and choose a healthy diet.