Herbal remedy for total menopause symptom relief — naturally and without drugs.
- Relieves the most common menopause symptoms including weight gain, hot flashes, insomnia, fatigue, irritability, irregular periods, low libido and more.
- Over 83% of women following our approach report significant symptom improvement – most within 30 days or less.
- Features the latest advances in phytotherapy (plant-based medicine).
- Doctor-formulated, natural, bioavailable and manufactured to pharmaceutical standards.
What is Herbal Equilibrium?
Herbal Equilibrium is a doctor-developed herbal remedy that provides natural, gentle, and holistic relief for menopausal and perimenopausal symptoms caused by fluctuations in estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone. For over seven years it’s been helping women just like you get symptom relief without the risks or side effects of drugs.
Formulated to relieve the most common symptoms in menopause including hot flashes, low libido, weight gain, insomnia and mood swings, Herbal Equilibrium is based in the latest research on phytotherapy (plant-based medicine) to help create optimal levels of all sex hormones, clear pathways for their use throughout the body, and manage hormone fluctuations to eliminate symptoms.
Herbal Equilibrium includes the following powerful ingredients:
- Black cohosh, red clover, and kudzu — for relief from hot flashes and night sweats.
- Passionflower, chasteberry, and wild yam — for relief from symptoms like irritability, anxiety, and insomnia.
- Ashwagandha — with aphrodisiac and mood-stabilizing properties.
Thousands of women each year use Herbal Equilibrium to help them feel and look the way they want before, during and after perimenopause and menopause — as well as for other hormonal imbalances including PMS and estrogen dominance.
What is menopause and perimenopause?
- Menopause itself is normal and every woman is going to experience it. A woman is technically in menopause when her menstrual periods have stopped for a full year. While the average age of menopause is 52, women can begin menopause as early as age 30.
- Perimenopause is the transition leading up to menopause, when hormonal changes and imbalances often begin to take place. Most women experience perimenopause in their mid to late 40s, although it can occur as early as the 30s or as late as the 50s. Perimenopause can last up to 15 years with symptoms changing, growing more frequent or becoming more severe.
During both menopause and perimenopause, extreme shifts in the sex hormones estrogen, progesterone and testosterone take place. When hormonal ratios and balance are disrupted — a state called hormonal imbalance — it leads to the common symptoms below.
Common symptoms of menopause or perimenopause:
- Irregular periods
- Hot flashes, night sweats
- PMS-like symptoms (cramps, bloating, breast tenderness, headaches, irritability)
- Sleep difficulties
- Fatigue, loss of energy
- Feeling sad, moody or overwhelmed
- Feeling anxious, heart palpitations
- Feeling forgetful, fuzzy minded or confused
- Bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, nausea
- Stiff, achy joints
- Weight gain, especially around the middle
- Loss of libido
- Vaginal dryness
- Thinning hair, hair loss
How do you know if you are in perimenopause, menopause or suffer from hormonal imbalance?
Determining the exact start of perimenopause can be difficult, because it is more of a transition rather than a specific symptom or event. The most common way to know if a woman has started perimenopause is by looking at her symptoms, which can vary greatly in type, severity and frequency depending on the individual woman. There is no accurate blood test for menopause.
The natural way to feel better
Phytotherapy or plant-based medicine is especially effective for relieving the symptoms of menopause and perimenopause when the herbs are adaptogenic. Adaptogenic herbs have the power to adapt to the specific needs of a woman’s body. This is very different from the traditional “one-size-fits-all” approach in most conventional settings, which often includes a focus on hormone replacement therapy or antidepressants.
The use of phytotherapy can resolve even severe symptoms for all women. Certain herbs known as phytocrines share important features with natural hormones, allowing them to provide symptom relief, and increase the body’s natural ability to make and use hormones:
- Phytocrines can act like the body’s own hormones. By binding to our hormone receptors, they allow cells to get the information they need to function.
- Phytocrines can imitate hormone functions. One example is the phytoestrogens found in red clover which closely resemble human estrogen and can help normalize estrogen activity in our bodies.
- Phytocrines encourage hormone production. Plants can gently stimulate the body’s tissues to make more natural hormones.
The natural approach is most effective because it recognizes that every woman is unique and so is her hormonal imbalance. Understanding and effectively treating hormonal imbalances requires a whole-body approach, rather than looking at health as a set of independent issues. This is especially true with hormones, which are all interrelated.
Collins, J. Winter, 2006. Phytotherapeutic management of endocrine dysfunctions. NutriNews, pp. 1–4, 6–8. URL: http://www.douglaslabs.com/pdf/nutrinews%5CEndocrine%20Dysfunctions.pdf (accessed 12.19.2007).