Interesting: Does Oestrogens in plants?

Oestrogens is the main female hormone, secreted mainly by the ovaries, with some secretion by the adrenal cortex. In addition to reproduction, Oestrogens are associated with many different bodily functions, and both men and women are affected by them, albeit to a slightly different degree.

Lack of oestrogenss affects menstruation and reproduction, and reduced production of oestrogenss after menopause also accelerates the aging process, especially in the case of osteoporosis (bone loss resulting in thinning of the bones), a condition that is increasingly seen in the elderly.

Some plants contain phytoactive oestrogens that can supplement the body’s hormone levels. The aniseed brain is a phytoactive oestrogens found in sweet fennel, eucalyptus camphor, dragon worm, and other essential oils from the Umbelliferae family.

The sage alcohol in Happy Sage essential oil is also a phytoactive oestrogens.

The proper and safe way to use these oils is to think of them as a remedy to help the body naturally produce erogenic hormones, but not to rely on them for long periods of time.

There are also several herbs that are rich in erotic hormones but do not produce essential oils that can be taken in conjunction with aromatherapy. Such herbs include cattails, snake mallow, and licorice.

Sweet fennel and licorice make a delicious herbal tea that is great for treating premenstrual tension or the discomforts of menopause.

I recommend these herbal teas for older women to maintain the elasticity of their skin and connective tissues as much as possible, as well as to reduce the symptoms of severe bone loss.

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