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Hormone Imbalance?

Do You Suspect Your Hormones Are Out of Balance? Take the Quiz.

Do you have hormone imbalances in your body?  Conventional treatments of synthetic hormone replacement therapies or birth control pills don’t get to the root of the problem. Instead, they can create other problems that include:

  1. A dependency on the prescription drug to manage symptoms.
  2. Masks symptoms rather than getting to the root of the problem.
  3. Creates a risk for side effects that can be serious such as stroke, cancer, anxiety or osteoporosis.

Take the Quiz

Do you have any of these symptoms of hormone imbalance?

  • Infertility and irregular periods
  • Weight gain or weight loss (that’s unexplained and not due to intentional changes in your diet)
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Low libido
  • Changes in appetite
  • Digestive issues
  • Hair loss and hair thinning

There are ways to balance your hormones naturally.

  1. Eat only healthy fats—avocado, grass-fed butter, coconut oil, virgin olive oil, avocado oil, almond oil, grapeseed oil
  2. Vitamin D is important to keep inflammation levels low.
  3. Get plenty of sleep — at least 7 to 8 hours. To get less sleep or to experience sleep disturbances can contribute to hormone imbalances. Sleep helps keep stress hormones in balance, increases energy and assists the body in recovery.
  4. Cleanse your liver.to rebalance your hormones. If your liver is sluggish, Did you know that the liver is responsible for filtering out mutated hormones? A sluggish liver can contribute to hormonal and neurotransmitter imbalances. You can end up with symptoms such as the ones listed below. If you have any of these, chances are good that you could benefit from the 30-Day Detox and the Internal Cleanse Kit with the free Colon Cleanse Kit.  Week 2 is liver cleanse preceded by week 1 of colon detox.
  • Sleep and mental disturbance
  • Mental confusion
  • Depression
  • Sensitivity to medicines
  • Heavy or clotted menstruation in women
  • Irregular periods
  • Fibroids in breast or uterus
  • Hot flashes
  • Cysts on ovaries
  • Mood swings or any menopausal problems

Various herbs that can help:

  • Chaste Tree Berry — This powerful herb has been used for thousands of years to regulate menstrual cycles. It’s been shown to help increase progesterone, dopamine and melatonin levels, which helps reduce PMS and perimenopause symptoms, as well as promote healthy sleep.
  • Cramp Bark — This herb is known for its ability to ease uterine congestion, including bloating, cramping and discomfort. It relaxes the muscles and surrounding tissues of the uterus to alleviate muscle spasms and can also have this beneficial effect on intestinal and airway muscles.
  • Dong Quai Root — Formally named Angelica Sinensis, this herb is a member of the botanical family that also includes parsley, dill, celery, and carrots. It is an invigorating uterine and blood tonic that can help ease menstrual cramps and promote normal menstrual blood flow.
  • Garrya — Also called Silk Tassel Bush, Garrya is an evergreen shrub with leaves used in traditional medicine as a uterine stimulant and smooth muscle relaxer. It is especially effective against uterine cramps but also helps ease airway constriction and gastrointestinal discomfort.
  • Licorice Root — This herb has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine. It contains abundant isoflavones, which are natural estrogens that can promote female hormone balance and help ease symptoms of PMS and menopause, including hot flashes.
  • Nettles Leaf — Also known as stinging nettle, this herb is loaded with vitamins, amino acids, and antioxidants and has been used for centuries to help detoxify the body, improve blood circulation and normalize menstruation. It also supports a healthy inflammatory response and promotes healthy skin.
  • Oregon Grape Root — Abundant in Oregon and the North American Rocky Mountains, this evergreen shrub is well known for its ability to combat skin irritations. But it also stimulates liver function, improves bile flow and supports healthy blood cleansing, all which promote proper hormone balance.
  • Red Raspberry Leaf — This nutritious herb is one of the most popular women’s health remedies in traditional Chinese medicine. It contains an alkaloid called fragarine, which has been shown to relax and tone uterine wall muscles for improved function and comfort and is used to encourage easy labor.
  • Wild Yam Root — Traditional herbalists used wild yam, also known as Dioscorea villosa, for a variety of gynecological conditions, including easing cramps and minimizing menopause symptoms. It also has a diuretic effect, which helps reduce water retention associated with PMS.

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  • Promotes healthy, balanced female hormones through different life stages
  • Reduces muscle spasms and uterine cramps associated with menstruation
  • Alleviates mood swings, water retention, and other troubling PMS symptoms
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4 comments

  1. Gloria

    Hi Cherie, Is FemComfort help with these issues post menopause as well as pre ? Have a lot of the issues you talk about. Thanks Gloria Stone

  2. Vickie

    Hi Cherie, can you tell me what helps with endometriosis, pain and trying to have a baby?

    Thanks Vickie

    • Cherie

      I would highly recommend you do the 30-day detox with the Internal Cleanse Kit. It’s very important to get rid of toxins before you get pregnant. This should help the endometriosis.

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