Natural Hormone Balancing Herbs to Try Out

 

If you are struggling with a hormone imbalance, whether because your hormones are too high or too low, there are a few different natural remedies to try out. One you might want to consider is using herbs, especially your adaptogenic herbs. Herbs won’t just help with your hormone levels, but provide so many physical and emotional health benefits, that it couldn’t hurt to give them a try.

Ashwagandha

This is probably one of the best herbs you can possibly use for your hormonal balance issues, particularly among the adaptogenic herbs. Ashwagandha is used frequently for hormone imbalance in both men and women, especially for people who experience thyroid conditions or issues with their adrenal glands. It is safe for just about everyone to use, though it is always a good idea to speak to a doctor before you start taking this or other herbs for your hormonal balance.

Maca Root

Maca root is a very old herb used for healing purposes, from night sweats to sleeping issues. It can also help with hormonal imbalances that might be related to menopause or early menopause, infertility, or other female-oriented hormonal changes. Maca root is also great at increasing your energy levels, so if you are experience fatigue as a result of your hormonal level changes, then maca root is a great option. This is most commonly found as a tea, which works as a replacement for the coffee you are trying to reduce (because of the caffeine).

Chaste Tree

If you have not heard of the chaste tree herb, now is an excellent time to become more familiar with it. Often referred to as Vitex or chasteberry, chaste tree is a natural herb that works wonders for your hormone levels. In fact, women who experience low libido or infertility are often recommended to use this natural remedy before trying harsh medications.

It can help with balancing out your luteinizing hormone, increase libido and energy levels, and work to balance out your estrogen and progesterone.

Turmeric

Turmeric is a very common herb these days, as people are using for everything from improving their digestion to helping with inflammation in the body. It helps with this, as well as side effects of hormonal imbalances like headaches, menstrual cramps, and acne.

The herb black cohosh works very similar to turmeric if you want to try an alternative to turmeric.

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