Er Xian Tang Benefits For Hot Flashes

Er Xian Tang Benefits

I want to discuss and explain Er Xian Tang Benefits at this time.

This formula is one of the most popular formulas for hot flashes.

Those who are interested in natural Chinese herbs have beneficial of reading this blog.

In this article, you’ll learn:

  • What are the components of Er Xian Tang?
  • What are the profits of Er Xian Tang?
  • Who Can Take Er Xian Tang?
  • Where can you get it?

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How To Choose The Best Chinese Herbs For Hot Flashes

First of all, I hope those interested in Chinese medicine and try to improve their hot flashes are reading this blog. And, I believe that Chinese herbs for hot flashes can help you.

From over 1,000 years of experimental Chinese medicine, I want to discuss here this time that what Chinese herbs for hot flashes you should choose.

What are Hot Flashes?

How To Choose The Best Chinese Herbs For Hot Flashes
Do you have such symptoms?

  • Suddenly, my body gets hot like fire
  • Suddenly, my face flushes
  • Rapid heartbeats
  • It’s cool outside, but I can’t stop sweating

Hot flashes” are typical symptoms of menopause, such as

  • Hot feeling and sweating that lasts for 2 to 4 minutes
  • Increases pulse rate

For example, your face suddenly gets hot, and you can’t stop sweating, etc.

About 60% of women experience it. However, it is 10% of them become so severe that it interrupts their daily lives.

Why do you get hot flashes?

Hot flashes are one of the menopause symptoms, and it is related to your women’s hormones.

During peri- or menopause, your women’s hormones called estrogen significantly drops and cause heat sensations in the body.

You also might get anxiety or depression due to an imbalance of the autonomic nervous systems.

What Chinese herbs for hot flashes should you choose?

Er Xian Tang

When you have hot flashes in traditional Chinese medicine, we consider that your body lacks yin energy (Yin deficiency).

Yin acts like water, and yang acts like fire.

Your body is supposed to be the balance of yin and yang. However, once you are in the peri-or menopause stage, you lose the essence and yin energy, causing heat.

With this condition, you can take Er Xian Tang formula.

This formula replenishes Kidney Yin and Yang energy and drains fire to treat hot flashes.

Most ingredients contain cool herbs such as Chinese salvia root, Fo-ti, tree peony, Chinese Cuscuta, and Poria.

Jia Wei Xiao Yao San

When you have hot flashes in traditional Chinese medicine, we also consider that your body has heat from the stagnation of Liver Energy (Qi).

During the peri- or menopause, your autonomic nervous systems, which control the body temperature, get dysfunctional.

In TCM, we call it Liver Qi stagnation. Once the stagnation occurs, eventually, you create heat from it.

With this condition, you can take Jia Wei Xiao Yao San.

This formula modifies Bupleurum and Peony formula and is used for soothing Liver Energy and clear heat to treat Hot flashes.

Geng Nian An Wan

When you lose Yin energy, you also lose the essence, which makes you sweat.

The kidney is the source of prenatal energy you are born with, and you deplete by aging.

So, during menopause, hot flashes happen because you lose the essence.

With this condition, you want to take Geng Nian An Wan.

This formula helps to nourish the yin energy with the essence.

The ingredients of the formula contain herbs with astringents functions to stop sweating.

Therefore, this formula helps with hot flashes.

Where can you get these Chinese herbs?

See an acupuncturist near you.

First, you can talk to your acupuncturist near you.

In the United States, in most states, acupuncturists study Chinese herbs for 4 years in school and are qualified to prescribe them.

Acupuncturists also treat you by using acupuncture needles and moxibustion.

In addition, they use fine needles to treat chronic pain to internal disorders, including hot flashes.

Here is the link to the website from NCCAOM to find the national license practitioners

YourKampo.com

YourKampo.com is the new Online Chinese prescription service.

First, you answer 3 minutes long questionnaire about your chief complaints and general questions like your digestions and sleep disorders, etc.

Then, our specialist diagnoses your condition and chooses the best Chinese herbs out of 1000 herbs.

Here is the link that you can go and get your best Chinese herbs for hot flashes.

Other Remedies

To treat hot flashes, you also have to eat balanced food and exercise to be healthy.

Especially, eating isoflavone-rich food like tofu, natto, soy milk is essential for the peri-menopause syndrome.

Soybeans have been used as a food and as a supplement to relieve menopausal symptoms.

Isoflavone-rich food contains equol which acts the same effect as estrogen.

Conclusion

In conclusion, hot flashes can be caused by the imbalance of women’s hormones and yin and yang.

Firstly, please understand the causes of hot flashes.

Secondly, please try these Chinese herbs for hot flashes to see if your hot feeling goes away.

Finally, I hope it helps those who are suffering from these annoying symptoms

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About Author: Satoru Ozawa – Doctor of Oriental Medicine, an acupuncturist, and a Chinese herb specialist.

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Did You Know How Chinese Medicine Treats Hot Flashes?

Do You Know How Chinese Medicine Treats Hot Flashes?

How TCM Sees Hot Flashes in Menopause and Its treatment

Are you suffering from frequent hot flashes because of menopause?

The symptom is prevalent among older women between 45 and 55 years of age. Besides the hot flashes, if you experience night sweats, virginal dryness, sleeping difficulty, mood swing, and loss of sex drive, you are more likely to be having menopause disorder.

Don’t feel alone if you are experiencing the symptoms because, according to a study, 85 % of postmenopausal women have experienced a menopause-related symptom in their lifetime.

The frequency and the duration of hot flashes are different for people, but they should be the lowest possible. In general, hot flashes in menopause can keep for 5 to 10 years.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine’s point of view, menopause disorder is primarily caused by an imbalance of yin and yang in your body, called “Yin Deficiency.” “Yin Deficiency” is the state where yin(a negative side) is losing its power, but yang( a positive side) remains its power, and the imbalance makes heat in your body. 

Here’re four types of yin yang states in which you probably see yourself if you suffer from hot flashes. Each class has different symptoms and different advice.   

Type1 (Yin Deficiency Fire) for hot flashes:

Symptoms: hot flashes on the upper body, red face, sweaty, dizziness, vertigo, ringing in ears, sleep disorder, feeling heavy body, thirsty, red tongue, and little tongue moss.

Advice:
・Avoid spicy and fried food, spices, ginger.
・Recommended food: sesame, honey, corn, cucumbers, watermelon, lotus seeds.
・Drink jujube tea or goji berry tea
・Press “LV3” pressure point (See the picture below) 3 mins before sleep

Type 1 for hot flashes - Yin Deficiency Fire

Type2 (Yin & Yang Deficiency):

Symptoms: hot flashes on upper body, sweaty, slim/slender, anxiety, numb on hands and feet, sleep disorder

The treatment is quite tricky if you are this type, so you are better off visiting an acupuncturist near you to get the proper advice. You may be seeing improvements by changing your diet and trying natural Chinese herbs.

Here are some natural remedies:
・Recommended food: peanuts, walnuts, yams, lamb & mutton, and ginger
・Drink goji berry, jujube tea, and lotus tea
・Pressing “UB23” pressure point in the morning for 3 mins

Type 2 for hot flashes - Yin & Yang Deficiency

Type3 (Qi & Yin Deficiency):

Symptoms: hot flashes in the evening, red cheeks, shortness of breath, cold intolerance, night sweats, loss of appetite, fatigue, constipation or diarrhea, tongue with teeth marks

Advice:
・Belly breathing for 5 – 10 mins twice after waking up and before going to bed
・Recommended food and beverage: mushrooms, yams, goji berry tea, ginseng tea with honey, etc.
・Pressing “Zusanli” pressure point three times a day

Type 3 for hot flashes - Qi & Yin Deficiency

Type4 (Heart & Spleen deficiency):

Symptoms: irritation, dizziness, sleep disorder, waking up middle of nights, fatigue, shortness of breath, pale face, dark color of a tongue but the light color of tongue moss

Advice:
・Avoid food that makes your body cool, such as tomatoes, bananas, cucumbers, crabs.
・Refrain from spicy, fried, cold, and raw food.
・Eat meat(beef, chicken, pork), yams, rice, jujube
・Pressing “Zusanli”, “Sp10”, “UB23 UB21”  acupressure points

Type 4 for hot flashes - Heart & Spleen Deficiency

Even if you try natural remedies and don’t see any improvements, you may want to try natural Chinese herbs. We can help you find an effective Chinese herb for your hot flashes in menopause.

Visit YourKampo – An online Chinese herb medicine prescription service.

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Please feel welcome to comment if you have any questions about this post.

Sayonara till next post.

About Author: Satoru Ozawa – Doctor of Oriental Medicine, an acupuncturist, and a Chinese herb specialist. 

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