Prev3 of 3Next post 9. Asian Ginseng Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng), also known as Korean red ginseng, helps regulate the adrenal gland that produces stress hormones. It acts as an adaptogen to keep a proper hormonal balance in your body. Studies suggest that this herb may also be useful in relieving some of the symptoms
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Gluten Sensitivity and Female Hormones. Gluten sensitivity affects hormones progesterone and estrogen.Those with gluten sensitivity have an adrenal hormone imbalance, and this becomes exacerbated for patients during menopause. The adrenal glands respond to the stress of unstable blood sugar and gastrointestinal tract inflammation caused by gluten by increasing cortisol. This causes increased body fat, adrenal fatigue.