Hot Flashes Menopause

Causes of hot flashes menopause include...

  • Spicy food such as peppers, cayenne, and ginger

  • Hot drinks

  • Acidic foods such as pickles, citrus, and tomatoes

  • Alcoholic drinks

  • Caffeinated foods and beverages

  • Hot tubs and saunas

  • White sugar

  • Stress

  • Hydrogenated or saturated fats

  • Tobacco or marijuana

  • Hot weather

  • Anger

  • Intense exercise
Hot Flashes Menopause

Cure and causes of hot flashes


Herbs for Hot Flashes Menopause

Herbs and natural help for hot flashes. 

Dong quai
Dong quai is used primarily to treat menstrual complaints, such as menstrual pain and scanty menstruation. 

Chaste berry
Chaste berry is the fruit of a small Eurasian Tree. 

Chaste berry has the effect of stimulating and normalizing pituitary gland functions, especially its progesterone function. 


Black cohosh
Black cohosh is a herbal remedy gaining popularity as a panacea for hot flashes, mood swings and other menopause symptoms. 

Licorice root
Licorice also appears to enhance immunity by boosting levels of immune system chemicals that fight off viruses. 

Licorice also contains antioxidants along with phytoestrogens that can perform some of the functions of the body's natural estrogens which is helpful for menopausal women. 

Essential oils
Some essential oils that ease hot flashes are clary sage, lemon, and peppermint. 


Home remedies for hot flashes during menopause

Homeopathic remedies for hot flashes menopause. 

Lachesis
This homeopathic remedy is a poisonous snake venom that comes from the Bushmaster snake. 

The most important effect of Lachesis mutus is its blood-thinning and anti-coagulant function. 

This action enhances blood flow and facilitates the healing process by hastening the removal of toxins from the blood. 


This remedy will likely help if your flashes emanate from the top of your head and are worse just before sleep and immediately upon wakening. 

Also, Lachesis may be helpful if the hot flashes are accompanied by sweating, headaches, or easily irritated skin. 

Sepia
Sepia is made from Inky Juice of Cuttlefish. 

Sepia is a remedy for aiding hormonal changes, vaginal complaints (thrush & dryness), and other menopause symptoms. 

Along with relieving hot flashes during menopause, Sepia is commonly used for heavy periods and PMS. 

Sepia is for hot flashes that make you feel weak, nauseated, exhausted, and depressed. 

Pulsatilla
Pulsatilla is made from the wind flower. 

Pulsatilla may help if you flash less outdoors along with your flashes often being followed by intense chills with an emotional upheaval. 

Valeriana
The Valeriana plant is a medicinal herb that has been used for thousands of years particularly for mild cases of insomnia. 

Research shows that proper use of valerian reduces night awakenings, promotes sleep, and in most people helps them remember their dreams. 

Valeriana may be helpful if your face flushes strongly during hot flashes and you have intense sweating and sleeplessness. 

Ferrum metallicum
Ferrum metallicum (or iron) is widely used in orthodox medicine in the form of dietary supplements. 

Ferrum metallicum is good for sudden hot flashes or those that bring you to exhaustion. 

Sulfuricum acidum
Sulfuricum acidum is best for profuse sweating and trembling or if your hot flashes are worse in evenings or with exercise. 

Sanguinaria
People who respond best to Sanguinaria are people that feel confused, full of dread, and feel very weak. 

Despite feeling heavy and drowsy, they cannot sleep at night and the slightest noise wakes them up. 

For hot flashes relief, Sanguinaria might be the answer if your cheeks are red and burning with your feet and hands feeling hot. 

Belladonna
Belladonna is a plant of the solanaceae family. 

For people that are experiencing turmoil and may be wildly agitated and restless. 

Belladonna is for when the hot flash centers around your face, burning and turning your face bright red. 

Also, Belladonna is helpful if your hot flashes with menopause cause you to be restless, agitated, or experience palpitations. 


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