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How Tea can get rid of Hot Flashes During Menopause

Tea has been used for its medicinal properties for thousands of years.

It is known for its healing ability and is popular for this reason in many cultures of the world. The first pain relief tea based concoction or solution was made from willow bark many years ago.

Nowadays, tea is commonly used to treat hot flashes and low energy levels in women during menopause.

Every woman who goes through menopause is an individual, and their experiences are different to anyone else’s, but one of the most commonly reported annoying feelings is having hot flashes in the middle of the day!! Herbal tea can help soothe the senses at this point.

However, it is important for those women who are heavily dependant on coffee to stay away from it as much as humanly possible. One can opt for decaffeinated coffee, but avoiding caffeine is important if at all possible, because it acts as a natural diuretic, dehydrating the body.

At the same time, caffeine can work in exactly the opposite direction to natural herb teas, so all of the many benefits of drinking herbal tea will be lost if caffeine in the form of coffee is taken on board in significant amounts as well.

How to make Herbal Tea?

It is quite a simple process to make a herbal tea for yourself. Making the blend is the interesting part. Once you have combined all the herbs you want in your tea you should take a tablespoon full of this tea blend and put it in a cup on which you pour boiling hot water to make the tea. As long as you sip through three cups of a herbal tea blend of your choice everyday it should help you enough to keep the uncomfortable hot flashes away.

An ideal herbal tea mixture is a caffeinated blend of Vitex berries, peppermint and dandelion leaves, St. John’s Wort buds and Motherwort herb. It treats menopausal symptoms which include lack of sleep, fatigue, weight gain, hot flashes and mood swings.

Vitex berries are great for balancing hormones, including estrogen and progesterone levels in women who are going through the menopause. When either of the two is out of balance, the body starts acting in a similarly imbalanced way, but this particular herbal tea brand redresses the balance and therefore allows the body to return to normal.

St. John’s Wort is mainly used to get rid of toxins from the body and by cleaning out the liver. However, it should not be taken alongside antidepressant drugs and HIV medications, primarily because it is a very powerful but entirely natural antidepressant drug itself. However, because of this antidepressant nature, it is a drug that is very good for those suffering from mood swings and emotional breakdowns.

Motherwort helps in treating menopause effectively by getting rid of vaginal irritation, anxiety, hot flashes and other such typical menopausal symptoms. Palpitating hearts are also helped by this drug since it works as tonic for the organ.

Dandelion leaves are used minimize weight gain problems and as a diuretic, peppermints are included to lend a decent flavor to the concoction as well as a nerve soother.

All these ingredients make up the herbal tea which is a delicious, yet effective way of dealing with menopause.

Much Love,

Michele

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