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15 Home Remedies for Hormonal Imbalance

A hormonal balance is when a person’s hormones are not in check or in sync. In women, this typically lends itself to issues such as irregular periods. If your hormones are not balanced, a number of other symptoms could occur as well. Hormones serve a variety of different functions, coming from places such as the, adrenal glands, hypothalamus, ovaries, pancreas, pituitary gland, thyroid gland. In this article, we will provide you with home remedies for hormonal imbalance. Each one of these home remedies will come with instructions on how to use them. These home remedies for hormonal imbalance are cost effective and simple to use.

Please exercise caution before taking any of the home remedies for hormonal imbalance listed here. Consult with your medic before taking these remedies.

1. Add Healthy Fats

Healthy fats are important to get your body to produce the right number of hormones. By getting more healthy fats into your diet, you can help regulate the hormones and increase metabolism. While doing this, you can also reduce inflammation. All you need to do is eat more foods that are rich in healthy fats. You can find these kinds of foods at any grocery store.

Home Remedies for Hormonal Imbalance Avocado
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Necessary Items  

  • Foods rich in healthy fats, including:
    • Avocado
    • Cheese
    • Chia seeds
    • Dark chocolate
    • Extra virgin olive oil
    • Grass fed beef
    • Nuts
    • Whole eggs
    • Wild caught salmon

Instructions

Try to eat and/or cook with these ingredients as often as possible. You could also look into what sort of supplements you could take. 

2. Limit Alcohol & Caffeine Intake

Try to drink less alcohol and less caffeine. When you have too much caffeine it can get your system worked up, much like a lack of sleep does. This is similar to what a hormonal imbalance will do.

Too much alcohol can also make estrogen the dominant hormone being produced. It can also slow down the functioning of the pancreas. Finally, when you drink too much alcohol, it can lower the levels of testosterone in the body.

All of these in combination make for a total change in your hormonal balance.

Necessary Items

  • None

Instructions

Cut back slowly on alcohol and/or caffeine.

3. Balance Between Omega-3 & Omega-6

It has been shown that there is an overabundance of Omega-6 fatty acids in an average person’s diet. This compound comes from foods such as eggs, poultry, cereal, hemp oil, whole grain bread, nuts and vegetable oil. In order to balance this out, a person needs more omega-3 acids.

There are a number of foods you can eat to balance this out. You could also take more supplements in order to balance it out if these foods are hard to come by.

Necessary Items

  • Omega-3 rich foods such as:
    • Anchovies
    • Chia seeds
    • Cod liver oil
    • Egg yolk
    • Flax seeds
    • Mackerel
    • Salmon
    • Sardines
    • Tuna
    • Walnuts

Try to incorporate these foods into your daily diet as often as possible. You can also take supplements to get the right amount. 

4. Add Vitamins and Minerals

Vitamins and minerals are imperative to a body’s ability to function well, and this is also true of hormone levels. There are certain vitamins that women especially need in order to balance their hormone levels. These can sometimes be hard to come by in daily life.

There are certain foods you can incorporate into your diet in order to get more of the vitamins. You can try to eat more of these foods each day or you can take supplements to help you out.

Necessary Items

  • Vitamins B6, D and zinc and magnesium

Eat foods such as:

  • Legumes
  • Nuts
  • Poultry
  • Seafood
  • Vegetables
  • Whole grains

Try to eat these foods as often as you can every day. You can also take supplements as needed.

 5. Ginkgo Biloba

Gingko biloba is an herb that is considered phytoestrogen. It can also help to increase your cognitive abilities. This herb is especially useful then for women who are suffering from poor memory while menstruating or going through menopause. You can help regulate progesterone, estrogen and testosterone using gingko biloba.

Find this herb in some grocery stores for an inexpensive price. If you are having issues, you can instead get this herb at a health food store.

Necessary Items

  • Gingko biloba
  • Water

Instructions

  1. Boil water on the stove.
  2. Fill a mug with the water.
  3. Add in gingko biloba.
  4. Let it steep for 15 to 20 minutes.
  5. Strain the tea.
  6. Once it has cooled, drink the tea.
  7. Do this at least twice every day.

6. Black Cohosh

Black Cohosh is one of the most commonly used home remedies for hormonal imbalance. It has been used for many years to balance hormones. It is also especially useful for those who suffer the symptoms of menopause. This herb is able to behave in the same way that estrogen does. By doing this, it can help regulate the reproductive organs.

Finally, Black Cohosh acts as an anti-inflammatory. This can reduce the inflammation that is often seen with hormonal imbalances. 

Home Remedies for Hormonal Imbalance Black Cohosh
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Necessary items

  • Black Cohosh root
  • Water

Instructions

You can make a tea by doing the following:

  1. Boil a few cups of water on the stove.
  2. Put Black Cohosh root into a mug.
  3. Pour the hot water over the root.
  4. Allow it to steep for 20 minutes.
  5. Strain the tea.
  6. Drink it once a day after it has cooled.

7. Chasteberry Powder

Chasteberry is also called vitex. It is an herb that is great at reducing the symptoms of both menopause and PMS. For those who are menstruating, it can help reduce the fibroids, which makes a good home remedy for fibroids as well. It may also be able to treat amenorrhea and endometriosis while increasing lactaction. Finally, it could clear up your acne and help boost your fertility.

It does this by creating a nice balance of estrogen and progesterone. You can find this herb in most health food stores. 

Necessary Items

  • Chasteberry powder
  • Water

Instructions 

  1. Boil some water.
  2. In a mug, place a few pieces of Chasteberry.
  3. Pour the boiling water into the mug with the Chasteberry.
  4. Let it sit for 10 minutes.
  5. Strain the tea.
  6. Sip on the tea throughout the day.

8. Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is a commonly used root herb for hormonal imbalance. Not only is it good for this, it is said to be good with cognition, sleep and sexual arousal. This herb’s sleeping powers help you to naturally recover your hormonal balance through rest. Not only this, but it can help with the anxiety, hot flashes and depression that often come with menopause and sometimes menstruation.

Find Ashwagandha in most health food stores. 

Necessary Items

  • Ashwagandha powder
  • Water

Instructions

  1. On the stove, boil a few cups of water.
  2. Put some Ashwagandha into a large mug.
  3. Pour the water into the mug.
  4. Allow it to steep for 20 minutes.
  5. Drain the tea out.
  6. Drink the tea each day until you feel better.

9. Rhodiola

A non-phytoestrogenic herb, Rhodiola is able to work on your brain and change the production of estrogen. It is also able to have a bit of an effect on your pituitary gland, which is responsible for all other glands. This Rhodiola herb is able to help reduce stress, burn belly fat and lower cortisol.

It is also able to help give you greater energy levels, improve your memory and focus, and finally help fight mood disorders. You can take the Rhodiola in supplement form or make it into a tea.

Necessary Items

  • Rhodiola powder
  • Water

Instructions

  1. Put the Rhodiola into a mug.
  2. Boil some water.
  3. Pour the water over the Rhodiola in the mug.
  4. Steep and strain it.
  5. Drink it each day.

10. Macafem

Macafem has a number of different alkaloids that can help the hormonal balance in your body. It has been used for thousands of years for its amino acids, vitamins and minerals. The nutrients in the Macafem can help to improve your endocrine system. Because of this, it can also help to regulate your hormones.

Though it is cheap to buy, you might not find it at a grocery store. Instead, you should check your health food store.

Necessary Items

  • Macafem powder
  • Water

Instructions 

  1. Crush up Macafem into a fine powder.
  2. Allow it to dry.
  3. You can mix the Macafem powder with a glass of water and drink it
  4. You could also start cooking with Macafem being a primary ingredient. 

11. Clary sage 

Clary sage is able to balance out the levels of estrogen in the body. This is because it has natural phytoestrogens in the body. It is able to regulate your menstrual cycle. Not only this, it can treat PCOS and infertility. It can also relieve the symptoms of PMS with ease. This sage might even be able to help stop emotional imbalance while preventing uterine cancer.

Necessary Items

  • Clary sage essential oil
  • Coconut oil

Instructions 

  1. Massage five drops of clary sage oil into five drops of coconut oil.
  2. Massage the mixture onto the stomach area. You can also massage it into any area giving your trouble. 

12. Lavender

Lavender is calming. It helps encourage a more balanced emotional body because of it. Lavender is known to be able to treat symptoms of anxiety, moodiness, depression and stress. This herb is also known to be able to promote restful sleep. When you get enough sleep, you can help balance your hormones overnight. Lavender can be found in any health food store. You can use essential oils or fresh lavender.

Necessary Items

  • Lavender leaves or lavender essential oils

 Instructions

  1. Put a few drops of lavender essential oils into your bath.

Or:

Instructions

  1. Boil water and pour it into a mug.
  2. Fill the mug with fresh lavender.
  3. Allow it to steep for 15 minutes.
  4. Strain the tea and then drink it before bed. 

13. Fennel

Fennel can help alleviate issues you are having with the health of your gut. Issues like this are known to cause hormonal imbalances. Issues like this can also cause autoimmune reactions such as thyroid disorders. You can use fennel essential oil to get the job done. You could also make fennel tea.

Necessary Items

  • Fennel essential oil or fresh fennel
  • Water

Instructions 

  1. Put two drops of fennel essential oils into a glass of water and drink it each day.
  2. You could also put fennel seeds into a mug and then pour boiling water into the mug.
  3. Let the fennel sit for 20 minutes.
  4. Strain the tea.
  5. Drink this tea a minimum of two times a day for best results.

14. Sandalwood Essential Oil

Sandalwood is able to reduce stress, increase your libido and promote relaxation. Because it is calming, it can help reduce your stress entirely. Stress is a large part of hormonal imbalances, so you can stop it at its source.

Home Remedies for Hormonal Imbalance sandalwood oil
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Necessary Items

  • Sandalwood essential oils

Instructions

Inhale sandalwood essential oils directly as aromatherapy.

15. Thyme 

Thyme is able to improve the production levels of progesterone. For this reason, it can help relieve issues or symptoms such as:

  • Depression
  • Fibroids
  • Hair loss
  • Infertility
  • Insomnia
  • Menopause
  • PCOS

Necessary Items

  • Thyme oil

Instructions

  1. Put two drops of thyme oil into a warm bath and soak in it.

Conclusion

Hormonal imbalances can lead to a number of issues with your health. In this article, we have provided you with several home remedies for hormonal imbalance. What do you do to regulate your hormones? Tell us in the comments section below.

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