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3 Essential Tips For Women To Balance Your Hormones, Naturally

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by St. Francis

Balanced hormones are essential to women's health. Hormonal balance helps women go smoothly from puberty and pregnancy to menopause, minus the mood swings and sugar cravings. When your hormones are well balanced, life feels amazing. Your emotions are stable and your menstrual cycle is regular and reliable. But when your hormones are out of whack, unpleasant symptoms start to pile up, and quick. Symptoms of hormonal imbalance are super common for women, so read on for our top tips on supporting better hormonal health, naturally. 

What are symptoms of hormonal imbalance?

Hormone imbalance can cause a host of uncomfortable symptoms for women. Irregular menstrual cycles, severe cramping, excessive bleeding or lack of bleeding can make your period anxiety-inducing. Other symptoms include mood swings that take you on an emotional roller-coaster throughout the month, sneaky weight gain, brain fog and headaches, low libido, and fertility struggles.

What causes hormonal imbalance?

As with most things, stress is a big player when it comes to messing with hormonal health. A sedentary lifestyle and overall lack of exercise can also make symptoms worse. Add that to a nutrient-poor diet and exposure to environmental toxins, and you've got the perfect setup for hormonal imbalance.

Tips for balancing your hormones, naturally

Optimizing your health routine to better support your hormones is the ultimate self-care plan. If you currently have symptoms of hormonal imbalance, you'll probably experience some fast relief when you incorporate these healthy, easy tips into your life.

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Feed your hormonal health

Support healthy hormones with your diet picks. For better hormonal health, make sure you load up on good fats like ghee and coconut oil. Try fiber-rich foods like tasty whole grains. Ingredients to avoid for better hormonal balance include trans fats, too much sugar, and refined carbs. Swap them for healthier, more nourishing whole food alternatives. 

For more information on menstrual problems check out our Treat Period Problems Naturally blog

Choose organic and non-toxic

Curb your exposure to environmental toxins by choosing organic. Pesticide residue and other harmful chemicals can disrupt your hormones and contribute to hormonal imbalance. Look beyond your fridge: choose organic and non-toxic skin care and household products like dish soap and laundry soap, too.

Build better hormonal health with herbs

Adding medicinal herbs to your health routine is one of the best ways to balance your hormones and deal with hormonal imbalance symptoms. Vitex Combo brings natural hormone-balancing properties along with adaptogenic stress relief and PMS support.

Have questions? Just visit our Great Questions Answered page to learn more or to submit a question.

Menopause Support Capsules (Formerly Vitex Combo)


Dong Quai


(Vitex agnus-castus) is also called vitex and is native to the Mediterranean region. It has delicately textured foliage and spikes of lavender flowers which appear in mid to late summer depending on climate. In herbal medicine it is used as a female hormone regulator and for the treatment of acne.

Dong Quai

Angelica sinensis, also known as Dong Quai or Female Ginseng, is native to China where it grows in cool high altitude mountains. Harvested in the fall, the root is commonly used to treat women's health concerns such as the symptoms of menopause, menstrual cramps and irregular menstrual periods.


Also called “lion’s tail”, motherwort is from the mint family. Originally found in Central Asia and southeastern Europe, motherwort is now found worldwide.

Motherwort’s use dates to ancient Greece where it was used to help reduce anxiety during childbirth.


SAGE (Salvia) is a perennial plant in the mint family which is native to the Mediterranean region. The name 'Salvia' comes from the latin word meaning to save, or to heal, which refers to this herb's ability to heal with its anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and antibacterial properties.

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