Miscarriage Over 40, How Herbs Can HelpAfter a miscarriage, your body may need help getting back into balance.
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This article talks about how herbs can help your endocrine system and regulate your cycle again. Read more:
After a miscarriage you may experience infertility, or irregular or delayed menstruation due to an imbalance between the reproductive hormones progesterone and estrogen. Herbs may help you correct the imbalance between these hormones naturally. Consult your health care provider before starting herbal treatment to balance your hormones after a miscarriage.
See Also: Herbs For Fertility and Pregnancy Herbs that balance hormones work in various ways. Herbal hormone normalizers, also called amphoterics, may affect your endocrine system and set off a chain of hormonal events that lowers high hormonal levels and raises levels that are too low. Some herbs may also contain chemicals that act on receptors to mimic hormones and regulate hormone levels. Check with a qualified practitioner for advice about safe dosage and preparation of these herbs.
Black cohosh, or Cimicifuga racemosa, is a perennial herbs with a long history as a remedy for menstrual and menopausal disorders. Black cohosh is a hormone normalizer that can mimic estrogen and alleviate estrogen deficits. The roots and rhizomes are rich in isoflavonoids and triterpenoids. In their 2009 book, "Medicinal Plants of the World," botanist Ben-Erik van Wyk and biologist Michael Wink state that these plant chemicals act as estrogen receptor modulators. Naturopathic doctors Asa Hershoff and Andrea Rotelli explain in their 2001 book, "Herbal Remedies," that black cohosh normalizes your menstrual cycle after a miscarriage. Do not use this herb if you are pregnant or nursing.