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Menopause: Hot Flashes Can Be Reduced 90% without Hormones
Date:7/21/2008

So far, all menopause women think that only hormones can reduce hot flashes effectively. The good news is that cool herbs can cool down hot flashes not only effectively but also safely.

Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) July 21, 2008 -- The hot summer temperature is making hot flashes even worse. Menopause experts are endlessly debating merits of synthetic or bio-identical hormones. Too much complicated information overwhelms menopause women. Some are wise and some otherwise. As volcanic hot flashes come every day, poor menopause women are on the horns of hormonal dilemma. So what else works?

Surprisingly, Mary found her way to escape her hot flashes safely and effectively. She used a Chinese herbal formula Menopause BalanZ for 1 month and her hot flashes were reduced by 90%. Mary, from Ann Arbor, Michigan, is a 54 year-old Caucasian woman. She wrote: "I have been in peri menopause for 11 months. I was suffering with hot flashes day and night. I experienced as many as 10 per day. The first 5 days of taking these herbs I thought the hot flashes worsened. They seemed hotter and longer. From 5 to 7 days they began to improve with less frequency, intensity and duration. From 7 to 10 days I steadily improved. After 30 days, I have noticed that I have only 1 or 2 a day. There is a minor amount of warmth to them for a very short time. I have not noticed negative effects. I have been taking 6 pills morning and night."

Is this success by chance or by choice?

In fact, Menopause BalanZ has been on market in China for 27 years as an over-the-counter herbal menopause remedy. It is an official herbal formula listed in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia. The efficacy and safety have been proven by clinical trials and animal studies. What is new now is that the quality control is enhanced: authentic herbs are guaranteed by DNA barcodes.

Menopause BalanZ is based on the time-tested herbal f
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