Natural Treatment for Vaginal Dryness with Vitamins and Supplements

Topic Title: Natural Treatment for Vaginal Dryness with Vitamins and Supplements
Created On: 10/16/2008 01:05 AM

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 10/16/2008 01:05 AM

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Hey, as i know taking natural herbs and supplements like Dong Quai, Astragalus, Chaste Tree and Soy Isoflavonesare good for you to relieve from Vaginal Dryness.Dong Quai is often considered the female Ginseng and is a traditional herb for women's health. Dong Quai, Astragalus and Chaste Tree may help balance hormone levels and prevent fatigue. Soy Isoflavones can produce a weak estrogen-like effect. Black Cohosh has been historically used to help relieve vaginal dryness. I got this info. from one of the famous nutritonal consultant whose name is Dr. James F. Balch. He is aslo a physician, a surgeon, and a leading authority on integrative medicine and nutritional healing. Dr Balch has written several books and co-authored two best-selling books that address a broad range of health concerns and their nutritional prescriptions. Try googling “natural treatment for Vaginal Dryness with supplements” too, find a personalized health solution for yourself.

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