Walks With Hawks Change of Life Tea
    It is important to remember that menopause is not a disease, it is a natural process in a woman's life.  You should remember that how you view this process has a lot to do with how you feel.  With proper diet, alternative medicines and exercise, most of the unpleasant effects can be minimized, if not eliminated.

Herbs:
Damania: Delivers opxygen to the genital areas. Used as an energy tonic and aphrodisiac, and to remedy sexual and hormonal problems.
Chickweed:  Relieves nasal congestion.  May lower blood lipiids. Good for circulatory problems.
Dandelion: Acts as adiuretic, Cleanses the blood and liver. Reduces serum cholestrol and uric acid. Relieves menopausal sysmptoms. Believed to help prevent age spots and breast cancer.
Nettle: Increases libido, Acts as a diuretic, expoectorant, pain reliever, and tonic.
Black Cohosh: Natural estrogen promoter. Relieves menopausal symptoms and hot flashes.
Fennel: Used as an appetite supressant. Promotes kidney, liver, and spleen function and also clears the lungs.
Raspberry: Natural estrogen promoter. Reduces menstrual bleeding, relaxes uterine and intestinal spasms and strengthens the uterine walls. Good for female disorders such as morning sickness and hot flashes and menstrual cramps.
Angelica(Dong Quai): Stregnthens the reproductive system.  Assists the body in using hormones. Used to treat female problems such as hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms and vaginal dryness.
Peppermint: For flavoring and stomach.
Cautions: Interfers with iron absorption, Should not be used during pregnancy until birth is imminent or in the presence of chronic disease.
This Herbal Tea contains all natural ingredients, No artifical coloring, No Caffeine.
Consult your physician or health care provider before using herbs.
Recommendations: Eat more plant estrogens (found in foods like soybeans, tofu, flaxseed,
pomegranates. Eat black strap molasses, broccoli, dandelion greens, kelp, salmon, sardines and
white fish.
Substitute garlic salt when cooking if possible.
Drink at least 2 quarts of water per day.
Execise regularly.
Avoid stress as much as possible.
Things to Avoid:
Stress, Alcohol, caffeine, sugar, spicy goods, and hot soups and drinks (they trigger hot  
flashes.
Directions:  Directions:  Use one packed small tea ball to 3 cups of water for medicinal-strength tea.  Use distilled water or pure spring water for increased herbal strength and effectiveness.  Bring water to a boil, remove from heat, add herbs and steep covered off heat:  10 to 15 minutes for a leaf-flower tea; 15-20 minutes for  a root-bark tea.  Keep lid down during steeping so volatile oils don’t escape.  Use a teapot of glass, ceramic, or earthenware, not aluminum.  Never use Teflon coated utensils. Aluminum can negate the effect of the herbs as he metal dissolves into the hot liquid and gets into the body.  Drink medicinal teas in small sips throughout the day rather than all at once.  One-half to one cup, taken 3 to 4 times a day allows absorption of the tea, without  passing before it has a chance to work.
The Federal Drug Administration has not evaluated any of these statements.  None of these herbs or products are intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any type of ailment or disease.
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