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Milk Thistle, also known as Silybum marianum is native to southern Europe, Asia Minor and North Africa and can grow up to five feet in height. It is part of the sunflower family, consists of thorny leaves along with light-green and white markings and pinkish/purple colored flowers. Milk Thistle has been a known herbal remedy for over 2,000 years for a wide range of ailments from simple to complex. It has also been a known source of therapy for…

…leaflets and a unique outer leaf. The flowers of the Red Clover blossoms are dark pink with a white or pale base and are produced in dense bunches. Red Clover blossoms has many therapeutic uses owing to its high content of estrogen- like compounds that can significantly treat the effects of PMS and menopause in women. The Red Clover’s Latin name means “found in meadows” and was named by Carolus Linnaeus in 1753. It can be compared to the alfalfa…

…anti viral and anti microbial. Humulus lupulus contains humulone and lupulone which has high anti bacterial properties. Numerous studies have shown that Hops Strobiles contains phyto estrogen properties that are quite similar to the female hormone estrogen. It is incorporated with other herbs in products that are formulated for herbal breast enlargement. When drank as a tea, Hops Strobiles can be used to treat cramps, swelling and other uterine…

…combined with other herbs may also help in the remedy of symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Results of other studies have proven that the Black Cohosh Root can be an effective and safe alternative to estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) for women who are not willing or not capable of taking ERT for menopause. Modern herbal researchers have recognized that the anti-inflammatory and mild sedative activity of the Black Cohosh Root…

…safe to take Dong Quai Root while in the period of breastfeeding. People with hormone-sensitive situations and those with protein S deficiency are advised not to take Dong Quai Root since it can act like estrogen and increase the formation of blood clots. [http://www.naturalwellbeing.com/products/dong-quai-1-2 Dong Quai Root (Angelica sinensis)] [http://www.naturalwellbeing.com/products/Prosta-Gold Prosta Gold]…

…yellow jaundice. Fennel seed was considered an official drug in the United States to treat indigestion. Fennel seed also helps to soothe spasms in muscles and relive stomach cramps. Fennel seed increases the levels of estrogen in the bloodstream and should be avoided by pregnant women. Women with breast or uterine cancer also should avoid the intake of fennel seed. The seed has natural sugar content and should be consumed in moderate amounts by…

…tolerate cow’s milk. The consumption of soy protein can greatly reduce serum cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein level and triglycerides. The phytoestrogenic properties of soy protein is said to be beneficial in binding to estrogen receptors to lower low density lipoproteins, effectively dilating blood vessels to lower elevated cholesterol in blood. Soy protein is also beneficial in controlling blood sugar levels and effectively lowering overall…

…The use of this herb is not intended for long term usage so be sure to consult your doctor. The naturally occurring lignans are remarkably similar unto estrogen; this has a similar healing effect as internally consumed soy products. Chaparral contains lignans that are very similar to estrogen, giving it an effect on the skin similar to that of soy taken internally. Applied to the skin, chaparral can have a remarkable healing effect on eczema,…

Chaste tree is a shrub that can grow up to five meters in height. It grows spray of flowers varying to lilac, blue and white. The flowers bloomed at early fall. It has aromatic palmate leaves that are divided into five or six pointed leaflets. Chaste tree flourishes in wet conditions, but grows in drier environments at the same time. It is characterized as a tough plant, although it does lose its leaves during the harsh winter months. At…

…throughout the world. This plant grows in rich soil and sunny weather. Wild Yam Root and bulb are used as a great source of diosgenin that are made into different kinds of steroids such as dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and estrogen. There are more than 600 varieties of Wild Yam and some are particularly used in laboratories for making steroids. Out of the 600 varieties, only twelve are considered fit for human consumption. Wild Yam Root has an…

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