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January 10, 2019 // by Earth Clinic Creative Team// 8 Comments
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I have been a fan of Earth Clinic for years and I would like to help other women who are going through menopause with their hot flashes. If you are only getting minimal help with black cohosh and other estrogenic herbs, please try the mineral Boron. I take 3 mg per day and from day one the hot flashes and sweats were practically gone. So ladies, if you’re still in “Flame On” mode, then give Boron a try. I don’t believe you will regret it. It’s especially cheap. I use a brand in an amino acid chelate form. Here’s to putting out the flames!
Thanky you so much, I have been looking for something, anything to help with the hot flahes, I’m going out to day to buy the Boron, hope it work I’ll check back in to let you know if it worked for me.
Charlotte in Mecklenburg, I would love to know if you have gotten any results yet? Oh I do hope so. It has been fabulous not having these hot flashes and night sweats anymore!
No, not yet, I’m still taking it, I’m also taking ACV, Maca, Vitamin E, Omega 3, Soy Isoflavones. Is there anything else out there that I need to try?
To Charlotte, in NC, If the boron hasn’t helped, I would say try a progesterone cream. If you still cycle follow the directions. There is one brand that has been around a long, long time, and recommended by a fertility doc, ***-Gest. Hope this is helpful.
Hey, I tried Boron and it worked from day 1, too. But after about two months, it has stopped working for me. I’m getting hot flashes again. I wonder if anyone else has had this experience? Where the effect wears off? I wonder why this happened. Very disappointed because I was soooo happy that the night sweats and hot flashes stopped. They’re not as bad (before I was getting them every hour or two and now I only seem to get them if I exert myself or find myself in a warm situation, like too many clothes, or the A/C turns off in the subway), but they’re back.
I’m reluctant to increase the dosage as I’ve read that high doses can actually worsen hot flashes.
Maybe try lowering your dose of boron–maybe what was therapeutic before is too high now that your body doesn’t have a deficiency.
I love this! I don't have to go on hormones! Here is a quote on Boron/Borax -which might help you with hot flashes:
"Research has now shown that boron supplementation in postmenopausal women doubles the blood level of the most active form of oestrogen, 17-beta oestradiol, to the level found in women on oestrogen replacement therapy. Equally, the blood levels of testosterone more than doubled (7). With HRT there is a higher risk of breast or endometrial cancer which is not known to happen with hormones produced by the body as with borax supplementation." – health-science-spirit.com