Correct a Hormonal Imbalance Naturally!

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What Are Hormones?

Hormones are chemicals released by the body that affect the way cells function, and they are the way one part of your body sends messages to another to stimulate metabolism, growth, moods, reproduction, sexual arousal, hunger, puberty, menopause, and even parenting. Hormones help with reactive situations, and send signals to allow the body to perform better during a crisis (e.g. the classic "fight or flight" response).

A hormone imbalance can affect your every day activities; from waking up, to eating, to attitudes, to exercising, and even back to sleeping. In one commonly understood example, menopausal symptoms are caused by the reduction of female reductive hormones as the body shifts into a non-reproductive state. Pharma companies have created synthetic hormones to manage menopause, but these increase the risk of breast cancer and heart disease and come from strange sources (synthetic estrogen is made from pregnant mares' urine). Bioidentical hormones created from plants are chemically indistinguishable from the hormones our bodies create, but are still synthetic and still being evaluated for risks.

Natural Hormone Therapy

On this page you can find a number of user-submitted remedies in complementary and alternative medicine to help balance your hormone levels. Some of our Earth Clinic reader favorites are apple cider vinegar, blackstrap molasses, garlic, and Kundalini Yoga. In addition to our cures we have a number of ongoing discussions with helpful information and other related topics such as acromegaly. Let us know what you try from Earth Clinic to help balance your hormones; and if you know of a cure that we do not have listed here, please don't hesitate to share it with us.


Posted by Angela (Bloomfield, Nj) on 06/27/2012

I just found out that I have a disease called Acromegaly (excessive growth hormone levels) Does anyone know of any natural treatment for this disease?

Replied by Timh
(Louisville, Ky, Usa)
2083 posts

Angela, does not your endocrinologist have any treatment options or suggestions??? I think age is also a factor, it seems you've escaped this condition in your developmental stage, yes?

From the other end of the problem, I take natural supplements to help stimulate Growth Hormone production. So, logically you should avoid foods high in Arginine, Ornithine, and limit protein intake to only necessary levels while keeping sugars and carbs intake up ---candy bar before bed if it doesn't keep you awake. High protein low carbohydrate stimulates the hypothalamus to produce HGH particularly during sleep and in the early morning. The neuroinhibitory amino acid GABA also stimulates HGH release from the Pituitary Gland, so logically supplementing it's opposite, the stimulatory amino L-Tyrosine should help as T would antagonize GABA. If this diet could work, I would definitely supplement Chromium and Cinnamon for help in the burning of sugars.

Hope this helps.

Replied by Angela
(Bloomfield, Nj)

Thanks from Kentucky. My doctor and I have not yet discussed treatment options. I am doing a sugar tolerance test on Monday and take it from there. I have always thought I was hypoglycemic and have been plagued with yeast overgrowth--don't know if they are connected. I recently started taking GABA because it helps me to sleep. Incidentally, my son suffers from severe anxiety and takes GABA which helps tremendously. That's how I got introduced to it. I now wonder if his illness is as a result of mine. Let me know your thought. Angela

Replied by Timh
(Louisville, Ky, USA)
2083 posts

Angela, Discontinuing GABA alone will help much as it can boost the pituitary gland to produce up to 40% MORE HGH than normal. HGH is converted to Insulin Growth Factor (a hormone) in the liver where it is released into the bloodstream. IGF signals the body to burn fat and ignore glucose for fuel in each cell.

Drop the GABA and replace it w/ Melatonin and/or 5HTP and maybe even some Valerian will be necessary. The Chromium and Cinnamon will help the burning of the sugars.

Apple Cider Vinegar

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Posted by Chantal (Kingston, Jamaica) on 07/29/2017

Good day, I did a lot of hormones testing but everything seems to be normal but I have all the symptoms of having imbalance hormones. I don't know but I just started the blackstrap molasses and apple cider vinegar to see if something can be regulated naturally

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Joni (Grafton, ON) on 09/30/2006
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I started taking ACV about 3 weeks ago after finding this awesome website. This month, I had a short, productive period minus cramps, bloating, lethargy and moodiness!!! Hallelujah!! Also no more mood swings during the rest of the month. Been quite happy, actually, no negative thoughts or despair at all. I attribute this with the ACV. Actually I just realized how calm I've been... but this may be also due to the honey I take with it. Also has been great for my skin!! And I feel like I digest my food better and have tons of energy. What a great website!! Thanks Earth Clinic!

Replied by Suzy
(Pembroke, Bermuda)

can you tell me, how much apple cider vinegar is used to balance your hormones? Could not find how much to take. Thank you

Replied by Neha
(Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)

Hi, how much Apple Cider Vinegar and how much honey I have to drink? Please reply me. I'm really pissed of with my mood fluctuations. thanx

Replied by Ambrielle
(Jamestown Ny)

I have always been one to preach about Apple cider vinager. (usually only about weight loss or how it helps digestive and detox issues.) I had no clue that it helps with so much more. I can't say I that always practice what I preach, and my vineger days became weeks and months apart. I'm 30, and I was forced to have a ovary removed about 9 months ago, due to a cyst that became so heavy it twisted until the ovary removed itself. Now, of course, this didn't just happen over night. So I endured pain, and passed it off as something I ate. (Had to be.) As I felt my body change, depression, mood swings, horrible periods, And pushing people away. I never realized my real issues until I dropped in pain, (on my favorite holiday to boot) and was off to the hospital.

To make a long story even longer.(haha) I had 100% of support for my physical healing. I had great home support and love and prayers from all. But, my depression, anxiety, mood swings and negative thoughts didn't improve. My self worth ate me alive. Never thought it be hormones. Then it was clear to me, why wouldn't it be. So now recently, I've been trying to put all my issues togethe r( my hateful days and crying nights) And take in all information. And fix a problem that, if I didn't stop taking vinegar in the first place, wouldn't of been there. (Because vineger help dissolve cysts too.) So now, today, after reading this I am going start taking my vinager again and bring myself back to a place I once was. Thank you for this information!

(Fort Davis, Tx)

ACV! Well that's awesome! I was given progesterone to keep my twin pregnancy healthy. Which will cause a body to stop producing its own. Soy increass estrogen which then lowers progesterone. A balance between the two is important. Too much estrogen will cause cancer & cyst.. I look at labels before I buy.. Increasing HGH can be done also by skipping breakfast and by exercise HIIT..look up Sprint 8.. A big difference has occurred once I made these changes.. But I'm getting heavy periods again.. I need to avoid sugar too.. Thx for advice on ACV! I should know better..


Soy doesn't actually increase estrogen in the body in reality. That is a myth that has no basis in reality. Phytoestrogens (what is in soy) actually is beneficial to our hormonal systems, balances excess estrogens in the body, and prevents cancers/other issues associated with estrogen dominance. As a woman of the US, your breast cancer risk is 5x higher than a Japanese woman for good reason! Soy products are readily consumed there and very little dairy is consumed (lactating mother cows are flooded with ACTUAL ESTROGEN.) Whole food soy (tofu, soymilk, edamame, natto) is so amazing for us. The only one you should be avoiding is soy protein isolate but you really should be avoiding any processed foods as they're all toxic. If you want to reduce your risk of estrogen dominance related disease, eat organic non-gmo soy everyday and avoid all animal products.

Blackstrap Molasses

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Posted by P (San Diego, CA) on 08/28/2007
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I don't which is working, but the the blackstrap molasses drink seems to have removed my sugar cravings. I tend to snack less, don't peruse the refrigerator as much (like every 20 min or so) to find something to eat. I used to snack on yoghurt a lot, and that's not happening anymore. I think the nutrients in the BSM are dense enough to keep me balanced and are probably filling my nutritional deficiencies. Also, I've been painting with iodine, I'm sure that's helping. I also started fenugreek two days ago, which I've read also helps with sugar imbalances. Diabetes is in my family, so I'm very happy about getting information from your website. What I thought may have been mostly hormonal imbalances may have been sugar imbalances. I feel so alert these days, I notice tiny details and make the bed much faster and neater - a chore that I was never really good at. :)

Replied by Karla
(Utica Mi)

What is the blackstrap molasses drink?

Replied by Wydo
(Ventura, Ca, United States)

I have a great respect for Ted and his opinions that he posts. After all they influenced what I took while having stage 4 lung cancer and now I am free of it. On the subject of progesterone, I don't think he had the opportunity to review the latest research on the use of progesterone on cancer. Researchers have found that there are 2 genes that are affected by progesterone. One is the BCL2 gene and the other is the P53 gene. Research has shown that natural progesterone affects one of these genes and synthetic progesterone affects the other and shows that there is a difference between the two. The BCL2 gene helps the cancer and the P53 gene shuts down the cancer. Here is an article that covers this; Https:// I have also read elsewhere that vitamin D3 works with the natural progesterone to make it more effective. After reading the above article, the question comes to my mind, what creams have the natural progesterone that will promote the P53 gene. There are lots of these creams out there. All that you have to do is go to and do a search for progesterone cream and you will see lots of them and they all say they have natural progesterone in them but which ones actually works? I have a friend that is afflicted with breast-cancer and I would like to know what will work for here. If anyone knows out there please let me know. I believe that a good strategy to make the breast-cancer go away would include progesterone cream. I would be grateful to anyone for a replay. Thank you

Replied by Cl503

I use Now progesertone cream to balance my hormones and I can see a difference and my hormone blood levels normalized so I believe this product works. I have it on subscription so I am never without it!

Book Recommendation

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Posted by Kristi (Cleburne, Texas) on 01/19/2009
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Thanks to Earth Clinic for the natural remedies. I have had much better results with healing my body than with conventional medicine and drugs.

HORMONES: I wanted to share with ALL the women out there about my journey to hormonal happiness. Hormones are such a basic building block of our health.

Somehow I came across the book, What Your Dr. Might Not Tell You about Premenopause. (Got a used copy on Amazon.) WOW, it was fascinating and changed my life. The premise of this book is balancing your hormones and how most of the time it can be achieved with NATURAL Progesterone cream, not synthetic hormones.

My biggest help came with clearing my sinuses. I almost could not breathe through my nose and never knew hormones could affect this. Many things on Earth Clinic's site helped me, but the progesterone finished it off. Within 1 month, I could breathe again. There have been many other benefits as well.

EVERY women needs to read this book -- even those in their 20s. It will help you understand what is happening in your body with your hormones.

Replied by Jane

Hi I just want I ask you about the sinus issue. I too have a hormonal imbalance having had insomnia etc, I was taking Agnus cactus and that helped but now out of the blue I have sinus issues and can't breath. How much progesterone cream where you using abc for how long until it cleared up? I am going to test my blood hormone level soon but the sinus issue is upsetting me!!!

Replied by Beth
(Vista, Ca)

FYI - I've read in the book, Hormone Balance Made Simple, by Dr. John Lee, that blood tests are not effective for testing hormone levels. A saliva test is the only way to get accurate results.


Posted by Judy_aus (Australia) on 11/09/2014

Hi, I have read different things of Borax and how it effects hormones. (I started drinking 1/8 tsp in water for candida and it has helped improve it a fair bit within a week. Fabulous! )

On one site it states Borax stimulates the production of hormones, stabilises estrogen, assists with insulin use and blood glucose control, triglyceride use and production of reactive oxygen.

On another I found Boron affects the metabolism of steroid hormones, and especially of sex hormones. It increases low testosterone levels in men and oestrogen levels in menopausal women.

My question is will it affect my estrogen levels (I am 36 and trying for a baby). My hormones are pretty all over the place and I don't want them to get more confused.

Would you advise to take the Borax one day on and one day off throughout a week or rather five days in a row and a two day break.

Thank you - I greatly appreciate your time and effort to clarify questions and bring natural remedies to people. I have spent thousands in the last years on medications for thrush and candida. Borax has made a significant change in one week!

Replied by Leila


I was wondering if anyone has had a good result using borax for hormone imbalance? More precisely estrogene deficiency as I seem to be experiencing. Your feed-back would be greatly appreciated!


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Posted by Self (Ny) on 12/17/2010
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BPA is disrupts hormones and has been linked to cancer and infertility. From the paper receipts you get from stores to paper money, the BPA can easily transfer through the skin. Usually we worry about BPA in plastic baby or water bottles and canned food linings. "receipts
By Janet Raloff
Web edition : Wednesday, October 7th, 2009
What's the charge?Some but not all cash-register and credit-card receipts can be rich sources of exposure to BPA, a hormone-mimicking pollutant. Christopher Baker while working at Polaroid Corp. For more than a decade, John C. Warner learned about the chemistry behind some carbonless copy papers (now used for most credit card receipts) and the thermal imaging papers that are spit out by most modern cash registers. Both relied on bisphenol-A. Manufacturers would coat a powdery layer of this BPA onto one side of a piece of paper together with an invisible ink, he says. "Later, when you applied pressure or heat, they would merge together and you'd get color. "

At the time, back in the '90s, he thought little about the technology other than it was clever. But when BPA exploded into the news, about a decade ago, Warner began to develop some doubts. Research was demonstrating that this estrogen-mimicking chemical was leaching out of polycarbonate plastics, out of the resins used to line most food cans and out of dental sealants. In the womb, this chemical could disrupt the normal development of a rodent's gonads — or evoke changes that predisposed animals to later develop cancer. Warner recalls that these reports piqued his curiosity about whether the color-changing papers that were increasingly proliferating throughout urban commerce still used BPA. By this time, the organic chemist was teaching green chemistry at the University of Massachusetts. "So I'd send my students out to local stores to get their cash register receipts. " Back in the lab, they'd dissolve the paper, run it through a mass spectrometer and look for a telltale spike in the readout that signaled the presence of BPA. And they'd find it, Warner says. Not in every receipt. But in plenty. And the paper used in the receipts that contained BPA looked no different than papers that didn't. But that was then, before he co-founded the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, an organization that works with industry to develop safer products and production processes. So earlier this week I asked Warner whether he had evidence BPA might still be present in those papers. Yep. He turned up BPA-based receipts in use the last time he looked. Which was last month. And the amount receipts carry isn't trivial. "When people talk about polycarbonate bottles, they talk about nanogram quantities of BPA [leaching out, " Warner observes. "The average cash register receipt that's out there and uses the BPA technology will have 60 to 100 milligrams of free BPA. " By free, he explains, it's not bound into a polymer, like the BPA in polycarbonates. It's just the individual molecules loose and ready for uptake. "... "At least pregnant women would know to wash their hands after picking up a BPA-laced receipt. And we'd all know to keep such paper out of hands of kids. We might also want to store those receipts in some zip-it-closed plastic baggie, not our wallets. " -- By Janet Raloff

Dollar bills and receipts tainted with Bisphenol A, report finds

Concerned about your BPA: Check your receipts

Check Ingredients in Face Cream

Posted by Robert (Ca) on 09/26/2016

I just read some important info regards hormones from a woman RN, ND (licensed naturopath). She was having emotional, physical, problems. She suspected hormones & her lab tests showed off the scale results. She was not taking any hormone supplements or replacement therapy & found her face cream was suspect. She discontinued the face cream, waited 2-months & found relief. Her conclusion from research was that the FDA does not require any face cream manufacturers to list hormones in their products & the suppliers are not required to reveal other non-listed ingredients as they are proprietary, not for ingestion where it is required. This would be a good 'rule-out' for women searching for possible sources of their hormonal problems.

Chinese Herbs

Posted by Barbara (Port Harcourt, Rivers Stata, Nigeria) on 05/20/2013

How can I get chinese herbs to treate unbalanced hormone, blocked fallopia tube and fibroid?

Cushing's Syndrome

Posted by Carla (Quincy, Illinois) on 08/04/2013

I refuse steroid treatment for Cushing's syndrome. It causes anxiety and depressive episodes. My condition is caused by my body being hyper productive. I take no medications of any kind except a daily vitamin supplement and melatonin. Stress triggers immediate swelling of my upper back at the base of my neck so terribly I look like a hunch back. It is very painful to carry that kind of pressure sometimes for days. I also urinate constantly at night during periods of high stress which disrupts my sleep and only aggravates my ability to lower stress levels. Please help with any natural remedies that will help me. I need help I'm not finding outside big pharma. Sincerely, Carla

Replied by Mike Giller

Dear Carla, after decades of eating cooked improperly processed food from big agra, bad stuff happens. The cells are not being nourished, toxins poison the tissues, free radicals damage the dna, and infections occur. There are very lengthy technical scientific explanations for these various maladies that clutter up the mind with incomplete and contradictory information. This is confusing. The problems are complex. The solution is simple, easy, and affordable. Eat the best foods the right way. This nourishes the cells with nutrients whose electomagnetism has pure frequencies and high vibrational energies, toxins are washed away, pathogens are killed, and tissues are repaired. The first thing you do is order water kefir grains $10. These contain 26 microorganisms, 3 various kinds, that prevent and cure all illneses and improve digestion. Study water kefir and follow the very easy instructions. Take 1 cup 2 times a day. Next, order hawaiin spirulina, korean chlorella, nondefatted dessicated liver, raw cocoa, raw whey, absorbable colostrum, freeze dried acerola powder, black chia seeds, coconut oil, organic whole dried cane juice, 90000hu organic cayenne, and raw honey. Study the benefits and dosages. While you are waiting for the shipments to arrive, make green smoothies from organic baby leaves and organic parsley. The more of this you take the better. Take 15 grams of organic strawberries 4 times a day. Take 1 tsp. coconut oil and 2 tsp. of flax oil 4 times a day for 4 months. After that reduce the dosage of flax oil to 1 tsp. 4 times a day and keep taking the same dose of coconut oil. For protein take grass fed hamburger rare. Try to get some eggs from pastured hens. Take as many of these as you can afford raw. Do not stir them with a fork or grind them up in the blender. The yolk should be firm and orange, not soft and yellow. For carbs take raw honey and organic sucanet. I take all of these products myself every day. These are properly prepared by reputable companies and highly recommended by naturopath doctors who study the way food affects cellular biology and the mechanisms of aging. There is a way to accelerate and turbocharge the healing process. The dose is per water, not per day. I take a dose per hour, 16 doses per day, At night while I am sleeping I take a dose every 2 hours. Please reply for any neccesary clarification. After you begin the program please reply as to the results, thank you.

Replied by Carly
(Pacific Northwest, Usa)

Hi Carla, when you are urinating that much you want to make sure you are getting enough potassium. Melatonin is good, you might also want to look at taking Co-Q10 and a high quality fish oil, omega 3 type supplement. Just some things to consider. Good luck to you.

Replied by Dee

You may want to check out this amazing Naturopath Dr. Robert Morse, he has lots of info on YouTube also.

Cushing's Syndrome
Posted by Traveler (San Antonio, Tx) on 11/10/2010

I need something to try for Cushing's. My friend has the moonface, the weight gain, the purple scarring, and the long stretch marks, and maybe a few other symptoms of Cushing's. What can we try? Or where can we look for answers?

Replied by Faithinhealing
(Forest Park, Ohio)

Unrefined coconut oil... Kelp... And unsulphured blackstrap molasses. Build up to three tablespoons of each a day. She also should include vitamin c and echinacea to rebuild the immune system. Milk thistle to detox the liver. Probiotics preferably homemade kefir to rebuild the good bacteria in the body!

Replied by Lou
(Tyler, Tx)

I think I found this recipe on E.C. This may be a good way to get in the BSM and EVCO. I did it today. Milk Thistle supplementation is good if it has artichokes in it. Artichokes scrub the liver. B vitamins are good too, I hear as well as C. Olive leaf extract capsules are good too. Check out the dog websites - they give good hints. Super digestive enzymes. I would rotate the supplements and not take them all at once.

ONE TBSP EVCO [Extra Virgin Coconut Oil]



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Posted by Faithinhealing (Forest Park, Ohio, Usa) on 02/27/2010
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I'm suffering from an extreme imbalance and I can tell you that detoxing your body can help balance out the hormones. The problem is that certain chemicals and foods act just like estrogen in the body causing an imbalance, too much estrogen, not enough progesterone. The liver becomes congested resulting in the estrogens/toxins recirculating instead of being eliminated in the waste. This includes toxins rubbed on the skin, eaten in the food, etc. and you have to clean up the liver to be able for the liver to excrete them. I started with 1/2 lemon twice a day, first thing in the morning and before bed. You also need to do other detox methods, including cleaning up your diet. You also need to add good bacteria to your body so that it can function better.

If you are having a hormonal imbalance, that includes eliminating meats that contain hormones because those are making it worse! Purchase organic or eat more vegan meals. You can find many cheap liver cleansing methods that just require stuff from the grocery store!

By the way, hormone therapy is just a bandaid approach, it does work for some, but eliminating the toxic burden on the liver is the best method. Hormone therapy only ADDS TO the toxic burden on the liver.

Replied by Steph
(Toronto, Ontario)

A good way to detox estrogen from the body is with DIM and Calcium D-Glucarate. These supplements metabolize the bad estrogen and allow your body to eliminate it, as well as balance the hormones. Research is also being done on DIM, in California, for its benefits on treating hormonal cancers.

Dried Apricots With Honey

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Posted by Snowy (J, SA) on 04/24/2009
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dried apricots with honey cured my excessive bleeding

i had been taking fertility medication and had stopped due to some side effects and the had bleeding and spotting continuously for one month. the doctor prescribed iron tablets coz i didn't want more medication.. my hormones were already out of control. well i just had this dessert made of around 100 grams of apricots with 2 tablespoons honey and water, boiled it for 20-30 minutes on sim and blended the mixture and had a cup. next day my bleeding completely stopped and now its been 2 weeks with no bleeding.

Replied by Faithinhealing
(Cincinnati, Ohio)

Say no to fertility treatments because as you can see that is causing the unending bleeding! The fertility treatments are hormones that are making your body more out of balance. The infertility issues stem from too much environmental estrogens from food and toxic chemicals we put on our bodies and use at home. Learn about them and go organic and use unsulphured blackstrap molasses and kelp and unrefined coconut oil to add progesterone to your body to balance all the extra estrogen.

Also go organic too get rid of the environmental estrogens in the food you eat and ALKALIZE YOUR BODY! Your body cannot get pregnant and we cannot sustain a pregnancy without progesterone... Google estrogenic substances/compounds and switch to NATURAL products with ONE INGREDIENT and no chemicals and detoxify your liver to better handle them with milk thistle!

Flax Seed Oil

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Posted by Jonna (Los Angeles, CA) on 05/28/2008
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I have been taking flax seed oil for my skin. However, one additional benefit I have noticed is that flax oil is very helpful during those hormonal fluctuations in my cycle (ie., PMS!). I take more or less depending on how I feel. I take up to 3 tablespoons a day starting a week before I get my period. It takes about an hour, but has an immediate calming effect. I would say the effect lasts about 8 hours before I need to take more. I have also noticed that on day 5 of my period, something shifts in my brain chemistry again (ie., emotional, easily triggered) and I up my flax seed oil dosage again. I am going to keep experimenting with the dosages and will let you all know. I am guessing this could be one of the best remedies to get through perimenopause and menopause. Any else had the same results as me?


Posted by Lauren (United States) on 05/19/2020

Hi Mama To all is well with you and your family during this terrible time. I was wondering what's your opinion on flaxseed use for women who are menopausal and also have low thyroid issues. Thank you in advance for your response and also, just wanted to let you know Earth Clinic would not be the same without you. I love your posts. Thanks again

Replied by Mama to Many

Dear Lauren,

Good to hear from you!

Well, Susun Weed is an herbalist whose herbal insight has stood the test of time. She does recommend flax for menopause in many cases. I wasn't able to find anything about not using it with hypothyroidism in her Menopause book. However, I have been hesitant to use it much myself since I do have low thyroid and it is generally not considered a good idea for those with low thyroid as you obviously know.

For me, I tend to leave it out when in doubt and consider alternatives. If there are no alternatives, I might try it and see how it affects me. Though even that can be hard to determine. I am wondering if there is a specific issue you are trying to help, or if you are just trying to nourish yourself well in this season of life. I will just throw out there that I found Motherwort tincture to be so very helpful for anxiety, racing heart and hot flashes connected to menopause and perimenopause. I have also found that sugar and wine seem to make my flashes worse. I have been blessed so far though to not have too many, and they are generally pretty mild, comparatively.

Love, ~Mama to Many~

(United States)


Thank you so much for your response. Much appreciated.

To answer your question, I am using it more because of nutrition as opposed to for a specific symptom although, I must say I was quite impressed with how much better my skin is. It didn't matter what lotion I use, nothing worked to moisturize my skin. It was as dry as the Sahara desert lol. But after only a few days, my daughter actually pointed it out to me....didn't even notice lol. It was amazing though since I have spent so much money on skincare and nothing worked. I am actually happy that you had no negative things to say bout it but I will still continue to use cautiously and really do hope that this is my ticket to normal skin.

Thank you again and you stay safe and have a blessed evening.

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