Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 18th – ‘World Menopause Day’

Where do I even begin on ‘World Menopause Day?’ Let’s start at the beginning. I’m talking about those days of hot flashes and irritability, mood swings and lack of sleep. Native Americans used black cohosh to effectively improve almost all menopausal symptoms, and to this day, studies show that using this flowering plant helps improves physical and psychological symptoms that include anxiety, night sweats and dryness. Of course and as always, check with a qualified professional before beginning any new medicinal protocol. But if you’re a women currently dealing with any of these symptoms, try this amazing herb — you’ll thank me later.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com


Feng Shui Tip for October 18 – ‘World Menopause Day’

Today’s ‘World Menopause Day’ can really get one hot under the collar. If you or anyone you know has cycled into this next season of life then you’ve probably already experienced hot flashes. A great holistic remedy for night sweats, day flashes and other symptoms of menopause can come through a combination of three herbs, all readily available at most health food stores. The first is dong-quai, the second chaste tree and the third is damiana. Most alternative practitioners recommend taking two capsules (or one drop in warm water) once a day at noon. You should you taper off the herbs once the symptoms start to subside. Reduce the amount you take by half for a week and then half of that dosage for another week. Many people tell me that they’ve restored hormonal balance by using this cure, but always check with a qualified practitioner before starting any treatment.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com