Health at Every Age Click here to read more. Dr Marc Halpern - Cal College of Ayurveda 2016-12-23T16:28:14+00:00 Health and Wellness| Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+Email About the Author: Dr Marc Halpern - Cal College of Ayurveda Related Posts Cooking herbs used in holiday dishes have an array of health benefits Cooking herbs used in holiday dishes have an array of health benefits December 21st, 2015 Panchakarma Promotes Self-Healing for Mind, Body and Consciousness Panchakarma Promotes Self-Healing for Mind, Body and Consciousness August 19th, 2015 Take Advantage of Tulsi’s Powerful Healing Properties Take Advantage of Tulsi’s Powerful Healing Properties June 14th, 2015 A Well-Stocked Kitchen Makes Ayurvedic Cooking Easier A Well-Stocked Kitchen Makes Ayurvedic Cooking Easier May 24th, 2015 Set Up Your Ayurvedic Kitchen to Support Healthy Eating Habits Set Up Your Ayurvedic Kitchen to Support Healthy Eating Habits May 17th, 2015 2 Comments diane derita June 12, 2012 at 9:21 am Could you tell me ways to dimish my hot flashes. I am 51 yrs. you and healthy. Since experiencing these hormonal imbalances i have been temperature sensitive, drenched in perspiration to chills. I have given several ” natural” and over the counter suppliments a try. Nothing has worked. What would you reccomend for me to try next? I have had a total hysterectomy and am left with one cystic ovary. Otherwise, I am feeling happy and healthy with this one major exception!!! Blessings~ Diane Team ELANVEDA August 6, 2012 at 10:29 am Hi Diane! Well, we feel your heat!! While we are not doctors, we advise you to see your Healthcare provider. We currently do not market anything specifically for Hot flashes. Of course avoiding those triggers such as spicy foods, alcohol and caffeine can help keep them at bay. There are some homeopathic aromatherapy ingredients for the relief of hot flashes, some of the most popular ones are lavender essential oil (considered especially soothing in a massage oil), lemon balm with its heady and powerful lemon scent, and rose water that can be used in body spritzers. Aloe vera may offer cooling properties to your hot skin as well. Good Luck! Comments are closed.