Monday, 18 November 2013

Post Menopause - Treatments of Symptom in Herbal Medicine Perspective

Post menopause is defined as a condition in which women have not had a menstrual period in a minimum of 12 months period as a result of the inactive ovaries, assuming the women are not pregnant and experience the ease of visible symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes and night sweats but not the invisible effects of menopause. During post menopause, any bleeding or spotting should be reported to your doctor immediately, it may be caused by tumors rarely but it is possible.
B. Herbal medicine
1. Red clover (Promensil)
In a study of Isoflavones from red clover (Promensil) significantly reduce menopausal hot flush symptoms compared with placebo. by van de Weijer PH, Barentsen R., researchers found that treatment with 80 mg isoflavones (Promensil) per day resulted in a significant reduction in hot flushes from baseline. At the end of the study there was a significant decrease in hot flushes of 44% between the active and placebo group, demonstrating the effectiveness of Promensil in the management of hot flushes.

2. Black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa)
Black cohosh, in a study of 629 women, within 6 weeks, 80% women are experience the improvement, compare to only 72% of women in estrogen replacement therapy, the herb has advantaged over the therapy, according tohealthy herb by Woolen, MH., C.Ac and Ted Snider page 15.
In a study of "Review of alternative therapies for treatment of menopausal symptoms." by Amato P, Marcus DM., researcher found that Although phytoestrogens and black cohosh appear to be safe when used for short periods of time, much larger and longer studies are needed to detect infrequent but potentially serious adverse events. Women who do not wish to take hormone therapy to treat menopausal symptoms should be encouraged to consider using selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and other conventional therapeutic options.

3. Chaste tree berry
Chaste tree berry is considered as the queen herb in herbal medicine, it have been used over thousand year since the ancient time in treating the women reproductive problems by restoring and regulating rhe balance of estrogen and progesterone.

4. Licorice
Ofir R, Tamir S, Khatib S, Vaya J., Hatzeva Research and Development Center, Jacob Blaustein Institute for Desert Research, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva 84105, Israel, researchers found that the licorice root derivatives glabridin and glabrene inhibited serotonin re-uptake by 60% and 47%, respectively. The ability for these licorice root constituents to reduce serotonin re-uptake demonstrates their benefits in treating mild to moderate depression in menopausal women.

5. Asian ginseng
Asian ginseng may be used by menopausal women to reduce stress, improve general well-being, decrease feelings of depression, and enhance memory. In 37 clinical studies published between 1968 and 1990, ginseng improved physical and cognitive performance, mood, or metabolism. Still other studies suggest a plethora of ginseng actions, according to the article Ginseng, Asian posted in drug area.

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