Just last night tried my first black cohosh with green tea and ginseng to help with menopause - anyone else tried this?
The box I choose had morning pills and evening - the vitamins are different with green tea and ginseng in the morning and valarian extract and l-teanine in the evening with hops flower.
Suggestions? Please share your experience - I am grumpy and don't like this feeling!
PS Not seeking medical advice, only personal firsthand experiences. Your feelings, your reactions.
I tried black cohosh and one other herb that was supposed to be effective in reducing the menopause symptoms. My dr kept upping the dose but we eventually gave it up after several months trying.
A friend of mine swears by soy patches to keep the hot flashes and night sweats at bay.
Good luck and I will watch the thread for tips I can use
Soy patches - hmmmmm.....never heard of that - thank you very much!
Tried cohosh for two days - very powerful stuff. Oh, the smell is absolutely icky.
Now I am going to try only on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Soy patches are next on my list.
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