Menopause? Try Chasteberry.
Chasteberry dates back to the first century for use of menstrual disorders and as a hormone regulator. Due to the compounds in its berries, Chasteberry is well known not only for its help with menopausal symptoms; but also, for women who are struggling with infertility and premenstrual symptoms. The berry compounds are said to act upon the pituitary gland to stabilize hormone fluctuations. Preliminary research shows that Chasteberry appears to have a variety of effects on neurotransmitters, including dopamine and acetylcholine, and have estrogen and progesterone activity. By increasing progesterogenic activity, Chasteberry can help to balance progesterone and estrogen production by the ovaries. It is also known in alternative medicine to stop hot flashes, dizziness, and depression.
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