The Best Home Remedies For Hot Flashes and All Your Other Menopause Symptoms

With little or no effort you can make your own home remedies for your hot flash symptoms. An added benefit: You are in control of the ingredients and know what you are taking!

Just follow some of these great recipes and suggestions. If your menopause symptoms are mild to moderate, these recipies may be all you need to find relief.

Use your own creativity to come up with your favored recipe – and don’t forget to send it to us.

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Stop Feeling Out of Control

When we entered the menopause transition we felt so much out of control and helpless, that just brewing a cup of sage tea made us feel that we had some control over our symptoms. Plus is really helped and was delicious.

Before you get started with any of these home remedies for hot flashes, read our disclaimer and caution about using herbs (it will open in a new window).

Then we found out how easy and fun it is to make tinctures and we are certain you will like it too.

So here are the recipies for home remedies for hot flashes, part I. (There are a total of three articles). Use them as a guideline and come up with your own personal hot flash remedy.

Teas for Hot Flashes and Menopause Symptoms

Sage Tea for Night Sweats and Hot Flashes

Sage (Salvia officialis) is a very beneficial herb with many active compounds. Sage has anti-perspiration (antihydrotic) and phytoestrogen compounds wich are very valuable for night sweats. So brew yourself a cup of sage tea as an easy home remedy for hot flashes and night sweats, especially before going to sleep.

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  • Pour 1 cup of hot water over 2 teaspoons of dried sage
  • Let seep for about 5 min (or use 1/4 cup of fresh sage leaves).
  • Add honey or sugar or other sweetener to taste
  • Also try to add some lemon juice.

Sarsaparilla Tea

Sarsaparilla (Smilax regelii), one of the ingredients in original root beer, can be made into a tea for hot flashes. Sarsaparilla contains several phytochemicals (natural precursors to testosterone and estrogens) and antioxidants. It also has weak anti-viral properties and is often used as a skin conditioner. (You can use the tea as a skin poultice). You can get Sarsaparilla root, root powder or extract.

The reference we found recommends 1-4 grams of the dried root per 8 oz. of hot water, seeped for 10 minutes and then filtered.

Sage and Peppermint Tea

Because I grow these herbs in my garden, I always have a good supply on hand. I just use about one teaspoon of the dried and crushed herb mixture (I usually use a 1:1 ratio) for one cup of water. Sometimes I add a couple of chamomille blossoms, just for fun.

(When you grow mint in your garden, make sure it is in a pot. Mint wants to take over your yard!)

Lemon Balm, Red Glover, Passionflower and Sage Tea

Home_Rem_TeaMix equal parts of dried Lemon Balm, Red Glover, Passionflower and Sage to treat menopause symptoms. These herbs are all extremely useful on their own but together they create a powerful and tasty tea.

Because I grow these herbs in my garden, I always have a good supply on hand. I just use about one teaspoon of the dried and crushed herb mixture (I usually use a 1:1 ratio) for one cup of water. Sometimes I add a couple of chamomille blossoms, just for fun.

(When you grow mint in your garden, make sure it is in a pot. Mint wants to take over your yard!)

Lemon Balm, Red Glover, Passionflower and Sage Tea

Mix equal parts of dried Lemon Balm, Red Glover, Passionflower and Sageto treat menopause symptoms. These herbs are all extremely useful on their own but together they create a powerful and tasty tea.

Use 1 teaspoon for each cup of tea. You can also make your own home-made teabags with small tea-filters from specialty kitchen stores (or order online from Teavana). They are also great as a gift!
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Lemon Balm, Chamomile, Hops and Passionflower Tea

For a nice calming tea use Lemon Balm, Chamomile, Hops and Passionflower. Drink a cup of tea made from 2 teaspoons for the mixed herbs before bedtime for a good night’s sleep. Some women find the hops too bitter in a tea and you can always make it into a tincture.

Try one or all of the teas or experiment with your own. Just be sure to send us the recipe!

You can grow some of the herbs in your garden or even in a pot on a windowsill. Or you can get them easily enough in a health store or online. Mountain Rose Herb is our trusted affiliate for loose herbs. They are passionate about their products and are always available to answer your questions.

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