Quit the Hormones, The Best Herbal Remedy For Night Sweats

By Cathy on December 1, 2010

Herbs for menopause night sweatsDid you decided to quit the hormones but still need to find some sanity? The best herbal remedy for night sweats and hot flashes is here. When it comes to night sweats as a result of menopause or perimenopause then the best remedy is one that helps reduce the internal excess heat being produced.  During this changing environment of female hormones levels, night sweats although common, are not at all pretty.    I've known many women who actually soak through several pj's and spend the night throwing the covers on and off.

One of the best herbal remedies for menopausal night sweats is a combination of Chinese herbs called Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan, also known as  Anemarrhena, Phellodendron, and Rehmannia formula.  These herbs working together can relieve many of the annoying and uncomfortable symptoms that accompany hormonal changes including anxiety, depression, headaches and vaginal dryness.   This formula has been used for generations of women who are looking for a natural and safe alternative.  Pac Herbs has made this same formula with a few extra herbs to increase it's action and it's now available as a tea.  See it here.

Always be diligent when buying a menopause herbal supplement because much of what is sold often doesn't even meet the labeled ingredient quantity.  See this article for more information on Consumer labs, an independent tester of products you find at everyday health food stores. We guarantee all our products, if you are not completely satisfied just let us know for a complete refund.  We have no doubts all our time tested herbal blends will work for you. 

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