Over The Counter Meds Are Messing Up Your Hormones
If you take over-the-counter remedies for headaches, yeast infections, blemishes, and digestive issues, you may also be inadvertently disrupting your hormones.
This is what I’ve seen with thousands of women, many of whom have been doing something as “normal” as taking ibuprofen, only to later discover that it’s blocking their liver from processing and releasing excess estrogen, which is causing their hormonal imbalances.
The reality? Symptoms such as cramps, headaches, skin issues, and weight gain are not normal hormonal side effects of being a woman.
But they are a normal reality when you are taking remedies that you think are helping your body… but are actually keeping your body in hormonal chaos.
Detox Your Medicine Cabinet to
Fix Your Symptoms Naturally
If you have severe imbalances, you can clear them even faster by adding the right supplements to support the healthy changes you are making in your diet.
Let me be clear: these aren’t the quick-fix products that are typically recommended. This is about fixing your system the natural way. This is the only way that I’ve found to work sustainably over the long term.
I share all of these remedies with my clients in MonthlyFLO. Because this is one of the most popular parts of the program, I decided to package up all of my favorite natural remedies into one quick-start special report.
You can purchase and download this ebook right now to triage your worst symptoms for just $7.
In Alisa’s Personal Home Medicine Cabinet Natural Remedies For Women, you will learn how to solve the 12 most common women’s hormonal symptoms:
The key is in using remedies that address the root causes of your symptoms.
I have all of these remedies in my own personal “medicine cabinet” at home. Instead of stocking it with the usual pharmacy over-the-counter remedies, it contains a collection of supplements and herbs that are powerful aids in healing, with no nasty side effects.