Speaker: Feather Jones, RH (AHG) Menses cycles act as a window to our total health picture, often showing us imbalances long before more serious problems develop. A woman’s body sways out of balance in order to adjust to whatever the stresses are that we impose upon it. A wise approach is to see reproductive imbalances as part of a larger endocrine system involvement. From various menses cycle scenarios, we can see how to botanically support the body in order to balance hot or cold constitutions, short or long cycles, adrenal exhaustion, and liver and pelvic congestion.
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Hormonal Imbalances and Gynecological Patterns
- Event: 2021 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine
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