Dr. Andrew Weil, founder of the Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona recently appeared on The Dr. Oz Show. The topic of supplements and herbs was discussed, especially those for menopausal hot flashes and night sweat flair-ups. Dr. Weil suggested eating fresh ground flax seed, which is high in omega-3 and fiber, sprinkled on cereal or otherwise taking 20 mg of black cohosh twice daily in supplement form or as tea. I agree with Dr. suggestions but….
What if black cohosh worked better when combined with a few other herbs? (Kind of like chicken soup. You add the chicken but if you add spices, carrots and celery it just taste a little better.)
What if the herbs for menopause symptom relief had been proven effective by hundreds of clinical studies?
What if a herbal tea that relieved hot flashes and night sweats was available in the U.S.?
What if you knew this menopause relief herbal tea was completely safe to take long term and has been used my millions of people?
What if you knew the herbs in menopause relief herb tea has been used for one thousand years, continuously throughout parts of the world.
What if you knew this menopause relief herb tea was included as part of the health insurance prescription coverage in Japan?
What if you could drink this blend of herbs as a tea that taste delicious?
What if this menopause relief tea cost less than $1.00 per day?
What if all the was true and you could buy it right here?
For less than the cost of a cup of coffee you can stop suffering from night sweats and hot flashes. We guarantee it. As do the governments of Japan, Germany, and China which all include it as part of the national health insurance programs. Why are these countries so far ahead of the U.S.? I believe Dr. Weil and his team ask the same question.
Thank you Dr. Weil and his team of doctors Russell Greenfield, Jim Nicolai and Victoria Maizes which have brought Integrative Medicine front and center stage on shows like Dr. Oz. I whole heartedly applaud them for embracing integrative medicine in the U.S. In other parts of the world, particularly China, Taiwan, Germany and Japan and Australia, Integrative medicine is more universally practiced and taught in the medical schools.
Dr. Oz went on to say that Dr. Weil had a secret supplement that he couldn’t live without. It turned out to be a supplement that Dr. Weil highly recommended taking once a day containing containing acetyl L-carnitine (1000 mg) and alpha-lipoic acid (300 mg) daily. Dr. Weil said that the benefits of the supplement will also help reduce aging.