Monday, 27 June 2011

Hot Flashes treatment

Hot flashes are most often associated with menopause although there are other conditions that affect women’s hormones that can cause them. They affect about 75% of women going through menopause. Some women are able to tolerate these hot flashes better than others. For those who have more severe cases or are less tolerant there are some very affordable supplements that can help you. -

Hot flashes have been treated for years with Velvet Antler by women in Korea. In the West velvet antler is best known for its ability to relieve the symptoms of Arthritis and joint pain allowing people (and pets) to have a more active lifestyle.
However in the Orient where velvet antler has been considered to be one of the 'kingly' health supplements for over two thousand years, there are a much wider range of health benefits recorded.
One is to assist normal growth in children due to the natural content of the growth hormone IGF-1 in velvet antler and another very popular use is to assist women through the hormonal changes that take place during menopause.
Velvet antler tablets are produced sustainably in New Zealand and recommended as a very effective health tonic for a wide range of ailments.
More information is available in the free e-book "Velvet Antler - Natures Superior Tonic" by Alison Davidson

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