Herbs to Balance Female Hormones

Decreased sex drive, lack of energy, irritability… Such problems undoubtedly cause stress in a woman’s life. Environmental toxins and drug hormones do not improve the situation and have side effects. Fortunately, women of all ages can use the “gifts of nature” to naturally balance their hormone levels.


A veteran of Ayurveda, this herb has been particularly shown to reduce stress hormones (such as cortisol) that impair hormonal function and contribute to premature aging. Ashwagandha stimulates blood flow to a woman’s reproductive organs, increasing arousal and sensitivity. Menopausal women also note the effectiveness of Ashwagandha for anxiety, depression, and hot flashes.

Avena Sativa (Oats)

Generations of women know about oats as an aphrodisiac. It is believed to stimulate blood flow and the central nervous system, increasing the emotional and physical desire for physical intimacy. Researchers believe that Avena Sativa releases bound testosterone.

Bark of Catuaba

Brazilian Indians first discovered the numerous beneficial properties of Catuaba bark, in particular its effect on libido. According to Brazilian studies, the bark contains yohimbine, a well-known aphrodisiac and powerful stimulant. It acts on the central nervous system, providing energy and a positive mood.

Epimedium (Goryanka)

Many women use Epimedium for its incredible effect on relieving the side effects of menopause. Alkaloids and plant sterols, especially Icariin, have a similar effect to testosterone without side effects, unlike synthetic drugs. Like other hormone-normalizing herbs, it stimulates blood flow to a woman’s reproductive organs.


It is valued in both traditional Chinese and Indian medicine. The Chinese use it as a Jing tonic. Rich in nutrients, amino acids, antioxidants, mummy fulvic acids easily pass through the intestinal barrier, accelerating antioxidant availability. Shilajit also promotes vitality by stimulating the production of cellular ATP. It relieves anxiety and uplifts the mood.

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