Taken daily, herbal teas for hot flashes can reduce the frequency and severity of your flashes. Warm or iced – a simple tea can bring wonderful relief. Discover the best herbs to use and how to make an herbal tea for hot flashes.
What can be more uncomfortable than breaking out in a sweat at any random moment? If you suffer from hot flashes, you are certainly not alone. Approximately 75% of women experiences varying degrees of hot flashes, sometimes mild, sometimes radical. There are many natural remedies that can bring relief, and herbal teas for hot flashes are one of the simplest ways to stop the heat.
Cooling and Balancing Herbs
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Sage – Salvia officinalis
Sage is a favorite among herbalists for hot flashes. Fresh or dried leaves, simple culinary sage can be made into a tea, although it is quite astringent, and is best combined with other herbs. Research has shown the benefits of sage for hot flashes. (source)
Motherwort – Leonurus cardiaca
Motherwort is loved by herbalists and recommended for women of all ages. In addition to helping with hot flashes, motherwort works on the nervous system and helps keeps us calm during time of stress. (source)
Lemon Balm – Melissa officinalis
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Hibiscus Roselle – Hibiscus sabdariffa
Hibiscus Roselle adds a lovely flavor and color to teas, is cooling, and there is some evidence it can reduce blood pressure. (source)
How to Make an Herbal Tea for Hot Flashes
This tea can be enjoyed warm or iced! Because I grow my herbs, I used fresh for this photo, but the recipe is for dried herbs, which work just as well. The hibiscus roselle will give a lovely reddish-pink tint to your tea.
- 2 parts fresh or dried sage
- 2 parts fresh or dried mint
- *optional – 1 part – lemon balm, or dried hibiscus roselle
- Honey or stevia to taste
Combine the herbs and prepare an infusion: for each 1 teaspoon of herbs use 1 cup of boiling water, and steep for 30 minutes. Strain and drink 1-2 cups throughout the day as needed.