Hot flashes are the most common complaint of perimenopausal and postmenopausal women. Approximately 10-20% of postmenopausal women find such symptoms nearly intolerable. Hot flashes can make your life miserable but luckily for most women, they do go away on their own, usually within six months to a year.
Nearly one-third of postmenopausal women experience disruptive hot flashes for 5 years after natural menopause and approximately 20% experience hot flashes for 15 years. That's an awfully long time to endure uncomfortable hot flashes.
In other parts of the world, women have been relieving hot flashes for centuries using herbs!
For the past 2,000 years Japanese women have been controlling their hot flashes with keishi bukuryo gan - a concoction of four herbs, along with a kind of mushroom, drunk as a tea. Unlike hormone replacement therapy, the Japanese herbal concoction seems to have few side effects. The Chinese also create herbal blends which they use to minimize hot flashes.
In the United States, Native American women have used Black Cohosh to reduce hot flashes. Black Cohosh is the best studied alternative herbal remedy for hot flashes.
Biotrex created Keishi+ a hormonal support supplement consisting of herbal ingredients from Japanese, Chinese and Native American cultures combined into one easy-to-take tablet. Five botanicals from the 2,000-year-old Japanese Keishi Bukuryo Gan formula are combined with time-tested Chinese and Native American herbals and roots - 18 herbal ingredients in all - in what Biotrex believes to be the most complete hormonal support supplement available.