Women's Wellness Wild Yam, Chaste Tree Berries and Dandelion Root Cream for Hormonal Health
Wild yam has traditionally been used to rebalance see-sawing hormones that can trigger symptoms such as PMS and menstrual cramps.
But it could also help with the menopause, from tackling hot flushes to beating low mood.
Wild yam root contains a chemical called diosgenin, a phytoestrogen; a plant substance that has weak oestrogen-type effects.Made with all organic ingredients. For external use only. Massage a pea to dime size amount into the areas of the body where the cream is particularly well absorbed such as chest, neck, breasts, abdomen, inner arms & thighs once daily.
Chaste tree has been used to treat menstrual cycle problems and pain, premenstrual syndrome, and menopause. Chaste tree berries may help stimulate progesterone. This is a female hormone that rises 2 weeks before menstruation. It may help normalize estrogen and progesterone. chasteberry might help reduce menopausal symptoms by reducing the frequency of hot flashes and night sweats and improving your mood. This may be because chasteberry contains phytoestrogens, natural substances that mimic estrogen (the hormone that your ovaries stop making after menopause).
Women going through menopause or even severe PMS can benefit from dandelion because it's a phytoestrogen herb. This is a natural hormone replacement, which acts as a quick remedy for the symptoms of menopause, PMS and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS.)