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As the knowledge of Curcuma Comosa and its amazing health benefits to women become more widespread, so too has the CCHerb website. Every day we are receiving emails from women all over the world asking our advice on a range of subjects. From serious matters, such as menopausal symptoms relief, to more light hearted questions about fashion and make-up tips, the CCHerb team will be answering some of your emails here in our all new CCHerb Advice section.

We know all our visitors are already aware about the wonder herb that is Curcuma Comosa, and how it can help women with a wide variety of complaints such as period pain relief, reducing cholesterol, menopausal symptoms, HRT alternatives, vaginal tightening and body toning after childbirth. So, all the advice we offer on this page will be most effective when it is combined with the healing and restorative powers of Curcuma Comosa.

If you want to ask the CCHerb team a question, please send your email to this address – info@ccherb.com.

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Where does the Curcuma Comosa herb come from and is it safe to consume?

CC Herb is proud that the herb we offer is 100% natural and safe to consume, with no negative side effects to worry about. Curcuma Comosa is a species of plant that is part of the ginger family. It’s native to much of Asia, although it is most commonly located in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Most of our Curcuma Comosa is sourced in the Northern Provinces of Thailand, and is checked regularly to ensure our customers are receiving only the premium quality harvests.

What is the recommended dosage?

Studies have shown that consuming 2-3 capsules, 3 times a day is the most effective way of taking Curcuma Comosa. It is advised to take each dosage before meals, followed by drinking some water. We do not recommend missing a dosage, as it can cause diminished results, when compared to those who stick to their supplement schedule.

How do I know if Curcuma Comosa is the right herb for me?

Curcuma Comosa is a herb that offers benefits to women of all ages. With each passing year, studies reveal new aspects of this herbs usefulness, furthering the popular notion that this is indeed a wonder herb for women. Effective in aiding menopausal symptoms, period pains and also body toning due to both pregnancy and ageing, there are very few women that would not experience some kind of benefit from Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help with my period pains?

Curcuma Comosa has been proven to be effective in diminishing, and in some experiences completely eradicating, the abdominal pains and cramping associated with monthly periods. In addition to this, consuming Curcuma Comosa can also bring regularity to your period, where it being late or not occurring becomes a thing of the past. Thanks to its hormonal properties, this herb has also been shown to reduce mood swings and feelings of depression.

How about menopausal symptoms, what can Curcuma Comosa do to help with those?

There are countless testimonials raving about the effects of Curcuma Comosa, and how it has made day to day life during the menopause much more tolerable. Hot flashes are significantly reduced, energy levels are boosted and vaginal dryness is avoided. Many women have also noted that they are experiencing an increased libido since starting their Curcuma Comosa program.

Can Curcuma Comosa actually be used as an alternative to HRT?

Not in every case, but studies have noted many instances where women who have only recently began experiencing menopausal symptoms, have actually restarted their periods through consuming Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help me regain my figure after childbirth?

It is a well known fact that childbirth poses an enormous strain on the female body. Curcuma Comosa can help the female body to recover, by tightening stomach muscles and adding firmness to breasts.

Does Curcuma Comosa have a tightening effect on the vagina?

Yes, Curcuma Comosa possesses the unique ability to both strengthen the uterine wall and tighten the vaginal muscles. Many of our clients have provided feedback noting that their partners have also noted significant tightening, making this herb a popular choice for many women post pregnancy, as it avoids the unpleasantness of surgery or endless tightening exercises.

Can Curcuma comosa lower my cholesterol level?

Yes. Curcuma comosa has been shown to lower levels of harmful LDL cholesterol, a major cause of heart disease and stroke. At the same time, Curcuma comosa helps to increase levels of healthy HDL cholesterol, the vital “good cholesterol” which actually helps to unclog the arteries and fight against disease. For this reason the herb is particularly beneficial to menopausal women, who are at greater risk of LDL cholesterol build-up and heart disease. Curcuma comosa works best when taken as a supplement to a healthy, active lifestyle.

Can Curcuma comosa help with menopause insomnia?

Curcuma comosa provides effective relief from the menopause symptoms which are most likely to be at the root of your insomnia. By redressing the hormone imbalance caused by menopause, Curcuma comosa helps to greatly reduce or even eliminate night sweats, hot flushes, and the stress and anxiety that accompanies these unpleasant symptoms, giving you back the peace of mind you need to get a good night’s rest.

How can Curcuma comosa help me regain my sex drive during menopause?

It is common to lose interest in sex during menopause. Declining levels of estrogen have a direct affect on your libido, while other physical and emotional symptoms of ‘the change’, such as vaginal dryness, night sweats and fatigue are not helpful to any woman’s sex life. Curcuma comosa has a natural estrogenic effect which means it helps to relieve or eliminate these unwelcome symptoms of hormonal imbalance during menopause, so you can reclaim your sex drive and concentrate on enjoying intimacy with your partner.

My periods are very irregular. Can Curcuma comosa help with this?

Yes. Taken regularly, Curcuma comosa helps you maintain a healthy hormonal balance and promotes regular, less painful menstruation. Eating a healthy, varied diet, taking regular exercise and working to reduce stress in your lifestyle will also help keep your periods regular.

Can Curcuma comosa help me regain firmness in my breasts?

While there is no ‘miracle cure’ for sagging breasts without surgery, Curcuma comosa helps to stabilize estrogen levels and keep muscles toned and taut, which may help to prevent unwanted changes to the breasts after childbirth and during menopause.

Does Curcuma comosa help with PMS?

Curcuma comosa has been prescribed to Asian women and girls for decades to provide effective relief from the emotional and physical symptoms of PMS. The herb also helps make your periods themselves more manageable by reducing painful menstrual cramps and bloating.

Is Curcuma comosa suitable for breastfeeding women?

Yes. Our Curcuma comosa capsules are safe to take while breastfeeding and will not affect breast milk production. The herb is particularly beneficial for new mothers who are looking for a healthy and natural way to regain their pre-pregnancy figures and strengthen their vaginal muscles after childbirth.

I am 44 years old and have recently been experiencing severe night sweats. Is this a sign that I am entering the menopause?

As women approach the menopause , they do indeed begin to experience extreme hot flashes, especially concentrated in the chest and head. Menopausal night sweats typically cause excessive sweating that soaks through sheets and bedclothes. This is also a common symptom of perimenopause, the precursor to the menopause. Since you are just beginning to show menopausal symptoms, it would be wise to alter your diet and start taking some herbal supplements in order to negate many of the symptoms yet to begin.

My friend is adamant that the menopause has caused her memory to worsen. Can this possibly be true, and if so, what causes this change in memory to occur?

The menopause is primarily characterized by the hormonal changes that occur within the body. It is a reasonable assumption to make that as oestrogen (a hormone known to have an effect o the brain and nervous system) levels decline, the memory functions of the brain also alter to some extent. Recent studies however, have refuted this assumption, and have suggested that instead of suffering memory loss, many women actually had problems with the processing of new information and memories. Moreover, and easier to understand, is the relationship between stress and the menopause. Those who are experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety are more likely to suffer from memory loss. To reduce any chances of developing memory loss, stress levels should be reduced through exercise and relaxation techniques, such as massage and acupuncture. Oestrogen levels can also be supplemented through the consumption of herbal remedies.

After experiencing the menopause, sex with my partner has become increasingly painful. What has caused this and is there anything I can do about this? I am reluctant to see my doctor as I feel embarrassed about this.

Firstly, it is important to remember that there are many menopausal symptoms, and the way in which they effect a woman’s body varies greatly. The menopause features a significant change in oestrogen production, which can cause the lining of the vagina the become drier and thinner, leading to burning, itching and discomfort during sexual intercourse. One option for treatment is Hormone Therapy, which can replace the depleted hormones and cease the negative associated symptoms but this, however, should only be undertaken after exhausting the more natural alternatives available. Try beginning a herbal remedy course, such as Curcuma Comosa, which can actually help to restore balance to and boost hormone levels, and repair and restore integrity to the vaginal walls. This, in turn, will help to prevent the vaginal dryness experienced by many women during the menopause, and allow them to once again enjoy an active sex life.

I’m 48 years old and have recently been experiencing hot flashes and irregular periods. I visited my doctor and was advised that these are symptoms of the perimenopause. Is there any way to restore regularity to my periods without using HRT as I have previously suffered from breast cancer, and have been told that HRT is not an option for me.

Your doctor was right to warn you of the risks of HRT, especially those like yourself who have a history of cancer. My advice for you would be to evaluate your current lifestyle, as the many choices you make about exercise and diet contribute greatly to the hormone levels within the body. Regarding dietary changes, try to consume more fresh fruit and vegetables, and perhaps add in some herbal supplements as they can be very effective in restoring hormone levels. In addition to this, try to remain active by finding some exercise activities that you enjoy, and make time for this at least 3 times per week.

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Where does the Curcuma Comosa herb come from and is it safe to consume?

CC Herb is proud that the herb we offer is 100% natural and safe to consume, with no negative side effects to worry about. Curcuma Comosa is a species of plant that is part of the ginger family. It’s native to much of Asia, although it is most commonly located in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Most of our Curcuma Comosa is sourced in the Northern Provinces of Thailand, and is checked regularly to ensure our customers are receiving only the premium quality harvests.

What is the recommended dosage?

Studies have shown that consuming 2-3 capsules, 3 times a day is the most effective way of taking Curcuma Comosa. It is advised to take each dosage before meals, followed by drinking some water. We do not recommend missing a dosage, as it can cause diminished results, when compared to those who stick to their supplement schedule.

How do I know if Curcuma Comosa is the right herb for me?

Curcuma Comosa is a herb that offers benefits to women of all ages. With each passing year, studies reveal new aspects of this herbs usefulness, furthering the popular notion that this is indeed a wonder herb for women. Effective in aiding menopausal symptoms, period pains and also body toning due to both pregnancy and ageing, there are very few women that would not experience some kind of benefit from Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help with my period pains?

Curcuma Comosa has been proven to be effective in diminishing, and in some experiences completely eradicating, the abdominal pains and cramping associated with monthly periods. In addition to this, consuming Curcuma Comosa can also bring regularity to your period, where it being late or not occurring becomes a thing of the past. Thanks to its hormonal properties, this herb has also been shown to reduce mood swings and feelings of depression.

How about menopausal symptoms, what can Curcuma Comosa do to help with those?

There are countless testimonials raving about the effects of Curcuma Comosa, and how it has made day to day life during the menopause much more tolerable. Hot flashes are significantly reduced, energy levels are boosted and vaginal dryness is avoided. Many women have also noted that they are experiencing an increased libido since starting their Curcuma Comosa program.

Can Curcuma Comosa actually be used as an alternative to HRT?

Not in every case, but studies have noted many instances where women who have only recently began experiencing menopausal symptoms, have actually restarted their periods through consuming Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help me regain my figure after childbirth?

It is a well known fact that childbirth poses an enormous strain on the female body. Curcuma Comosa can help the female body to recover, by tightening stomach muscles and adding firmness to breasts.

Does Curcuma Comosa have a tightening effect on the vagina?

Yes, Curcuma Comosa possesses the unique ability to both strengthen the uterine wall and tighten the vaginal muscles. Many of our clients have provided feedback noting that their partners have also noted significant tightening, making this herb a popular choice for many women post pregnancy, as it avoids the unpleasantness of surgery or endless tightening exercises.

Can Curcuma comosa lower my cholesterol level?

Yes. Curcuma comosa has been shown to lower levels of harmful LDL cholesterol, a major cause of heart disease and stroke. At the same time, Curcuma comosa helps to increase levels of healthy HDL cholesterol, the vital “good cholesterol” which actually helps to unclog the arteries and fight against disease. For this reason the herb is particularly beneficial to menopausal women, who are at greater risk of LDL cholesterol build-up and heart disease. Curcuma comosa works best when taken as a supplement to a healthy, active lifestyle.

Can Curcuma comosa help with menopause insomnia?

Curcuma comosa provides effective relief from the menopause symptoms which are most likely to be at the root of your insomnia. By redressing the hormone imbalance caused by menopause, Curcuma comosa helps to greatly reduce or even eliminate night sweats, hot flushes, and the stress and anxiety that accompanies these unpleasant symptoms, giving you back the peace of mind you need to get a good night’s rest.

How can Curcuma comosa help me regain my sex drive during menopause?

It is common to lose interest in sex during menopause. Declining levels of estrogen have a direct affect on your libido, while other physical and emotional symptoms of ‘the change’, such as vaginal dryness, night sweats and fatigue are not helpful to any woman’s sex life. Curcuma comosa has a natural estrogenic effect which means it helps to relieve or eliminate these unwelcome symptoms of hormonal imbalance during menopause, so you can reclaim your sex drive and concentrate on enjoying intimacy with your partner.

My periods are very irregular. Can Curcuma comosa help with this?

Yes. Taken regularly, Curcuma comosa helps you maintain a healthy hormonal balance and promotes regular, less painful menstruation. Eating a healthy, varied diet, taking regular exercise and working to reduce stress in your lifestyle will also help keep your periods regular.

Can Curcuma comosa help me regain firmness in my breasts?

While there is no ‘miracle cure’ for sagging breasts without surgery, Curcuma comosa helps to stabilize estrogen levels and keep muscles toned and taut, which may help to prevent unwanted changes to the breasts after childbirth and during menopause.

Does Curcuma comosa help with PMS?

Curcuma comosa has been prescribed to Asian women and girls for decades to provide effective relief from the emotional and physical symptoms of PMS. The herb also helps make your periods themselves more manageable by reducing painful menstrual cramps and bloating.

Is Curcuma comosa suitable for breastfeeding women?

Yes. Our Curcuma comosa capsules are safe to take while breastfeeding and will not affect breast milk production. The herb is particularly beneficial for new mothers who are looking for a healthy and natural way to regain their pre-pregnancy figures and strengthen their vaginal muscles after childbirth.

I am 44 years old and have recently been experiencing severe night sweats. Is this a sign that I am entering the menopause?

As women approach the menopause , they do indeed begin to experience extreme hot flashes, especially concentrated in the chest and head. Menopausal night sweats typically cause excessive sweating that soaks through sheets and bedclothes. This is also a common symptom of perimenopause, the precursor to the menopause. Since you are just beginning to show menopausal symptoms, it would be wise to alter your diet and start taking some herbal supplements in order to negate many of the symptoms yet to begin.

My friend is adamant that the menopause has caused her memory to worsen. Can this possibly be true, and if so, what causes this change in memory to occur?

The menopause is primarily characterized by the hormonal changes that occur within the body. It is a reasonable assumption to make that as oestrogen (a hormone known to have an effect o the brain and nervous system) levels decline, the memory functions of the brain also alter to some extent. Recent studies however, have refuted this assumption, and have suggested that instead of suffering memory loss, many women actually had problems with the processing of new information and memories. Moreover, and easier to understand, is the relationship between stress and the menopause. Those who are experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety are more likely to suffer from memory loss. To reduce any chances of developing memory loss, stress levels should be reduced through exercise and relaxation techniques, such as massage and acupuncture. Oestrogen levels can also be supplemented through the consumption of herbal remedies.

After experiencing the menopause, sex with my partner has become increasingly painful. What has caused this and is there anything I can do about this? I am reluctant to see my doctor as I feel embarrassed about this.

Firstly, it is important to remember that there are many menopausal symptoms, and the way in which they effect a woman’s body varies greatly. The menopause features a significant change in oestrogen production, which can cause the lining of the vagina the become drier and thinner, leading to burning, itching and discomfort during sexual intercourse. One option for treatment is Hormone Therapy, which can replace the depleted hormones and cease the negative associated symptoms but this, however, should only be undertaken after exhausting the more natural alternatives available. Try beginning a herbal remedy course, such as Curcuma Comosa, which can actually help to restore balance to and boost hormone levels, and repair and restore integrity to the vaginal walls. This, in turn, will help to prevent the vaginal dryness experienced by many women during the menopause, and allow them to once again enjoy an active sex life.

I’m 48 years old and have recently been experiencing hot flashes and irregular periods. I visited my doctor and was advised that these are symptoms of the perimenopause. Is there any way to restore regularity to my periods without using HRT as I have previously suffered from breast cancer, and have been told that HRT is not an option for me.

Your doctor was right to warn you of the risks of HRT, especially those like yourself who have a history of cancer. My advice for you would be to evaluate your current lifestyle, as the many choices you make about exercise and diet contribute greatly to the hormone levels within the body. Regarding dietary changes, try to consume more fresh fruit and vegetables, and perhaps add in some herbal supplements as they can be very effective in restoring hormone levels. In addition to this, try to remain active by finding some exercise activities that you enjoy, and make time for this at least 3 times per week.

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Where does the Curcuma Comosa herb come from and is it safe to consume?

CC Herb is proud that the herb we offer is 100% natural and safe to consume, with no negative side effects to worry about. Curcuma Comosa is a species of plant that is part of the ginger family. It’s native to much of Asia, although it is most commonly located in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Most of our Curcuma Comosa is sourced in the Northern Provinces of Thailand, and is checked regularly to ensure our customers are receiving only the premium quality harvests.

What is the recommended dosage?

Studies have shown that consuming 2-3 capsules, 3 times a day is the most effective way of taking Curcuma Comosa. It is advised to take each dosage before meals, followed by drinking some water. We do not recommend missing a dosage, as it can cause diminished results, when compared to those who stick to their supplement schedule.

How do I know if Curcuma Comosa is the right herb for me?

Curcuma Comosa is a herb that offers benefits to women of all ages. With each passing year, studies reveal new aspects of this herbs usefulness, furthering the popular notion that this is indeed a wonder herb for women. Effective in aiding menopausal symptoms, period pains and also body toning due to both pregnancy and ageing, there are very few women that would not experience some kind of benefit from Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help with my period pains?

Curcuma Comosa has been proven to be effective in diminishing, and in some experiences completely eradicating, the abdominal pains and cramping associated with monthly periods. In addition to this, consuming Curcuma Comosa can also bring regularity to your period, where it being late or not occurring becomes a thing of the past. Thanks to its hormonal properties, this herb has also been shown to reduce mood swings and feelings of depression.

How about menopausal symptoms, what can Curcuma Comosa do to help with those?

There are countless testimonials raving about the effects of Curcuma Comosa, and how it has made day to day life during the menopause much more tolerable. Hot flashes are significantly reduced, energy levels are boosted and vaginal dryness is avoided. Many women have also noted that they are experiencing an increased libido since starting their Curcuma Comosa program.

Can Curcuma Comosa actually be used as an alternative to HRT?

Not in every case, but studies have noted many instances where women who have only recently began experiencing menopausal symptoms, have actually restarted their periods through consuming Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help me regain my figure after childbirth?

It is a well known fact that childbirth poses an enormous strain on the female body. Curcuma Comosa can help the female body to recover, by tightening stomach muscles and adding firmness to breasts.

Does Curcuma Comosa have a tightening effect on the vagina?

Yes, Curcuma Comosa possesses the unique ability to both strengthen the uterine wall and tighten the vaginal muscles. Many of our clients have provided feedback noting that their partners have also noted significant tightening, making this herb a popular choice for many women post pregnancy, as it avoids the unpleasantness of surgery or endless tightening exercises.

Can Curcuma comosa lower my cholesterol level?

Yes. Curcuma comosa has been shown to lower levels of harmful LDL cholesterol, a major cause of heart disease and stroke. At the same time, Curcuma comosa helps to increase levels of healthy HDL cholesterol, the vital “good cholesterol” which actually helps to unclog the arteries and fight against disease. For this reason the herb is particularly beneficial to menopausal women, who are at greater risk of LDL cholesterol build-up and heart disease. Curcuma comosa works best when taken as a supplement to a healthy, active lifestyle.

Can Curcuma comosa help with menopause insomnia?

Curcuma comosa provides effective relief from the menopause symptoms which are most likely to be at the root of your insomnia. By redressing the hormone imbalance caused by menopause, Curcuma comosa helps to greatly reduce or even eliminate night sweats, hot flushes, and the stress and anxiety that accompanies these unpleasant symptoms, giving you back the peace of mind you need to get a good night’s rest.

How can Curcuma comosa help me regain my sex drive during menopause?

It is common to lose interest in sex during menopause. Declining levels of estrogen have a direct affect on your libido, while other physical and emotional symptoms of ‘the change’, such as vaginal dryness, night sweats and fatigue are not helpful to any woman’s sex life. Curcuma comosa has a natural estrogenic effect which means it helps to relieve or eliminate these unwelcome symptoms of hormonal imbalance during menopause, so you can reclaim your sex drive and concentrate on enjoying intimacy with your partner.

My periods are very irregular. Can Curcuma comosa help with this?

Yes. Taken regularly, Curcuma comosa helps you maintain a healthy hormonal balance and promotes regular, less painful menstruation. Eating a healthy, varied diet, taking regular exercise and working to reduce stress in your lifestyle will also help keep your periods regular.

Can Curcuma comosa help me regain firmness in my breasts?

While there is no ‘miracle cure’ for sagging breasts without surgery, Curcuma comosa helps to stabilize estrogen levels and keep muscles toned and taut, which may help to prevent unwanted changes to the breasts after childbirth and during menopause.

Does Curcuma comosa help with PMS?

Curcuma comosa has been prescribed to Asian women and girls for decades to provide effective relief from the emotional and physical symptoms of PMS. The herb also helps make your periods themselves more manageable by reducing painful menstrual cramps and bloating.

Is Curcuma comosa suitable for breastfeeding women?

Yes. Our Curcuma comosa capsules are safe to take while breastfeeding and will not affect breast milk production. The herb is particularly beneficial for new mothers who are looking for a healthy and natural way to regain their pre-pregnancy figures and strengthen their vaginal muscles after childbirth.

I am 44 years old and have recently been experiencing severe night sweats. Is this a sign that I am entering the menopause?

As women approach the menopause , they do indeed begin to experience extreme hot flashes, especially concentrated in the chest and head. Menopausal night sweats typically cause excessive sweating that soaks through sheets and bedclothes. This is also a common symptom of perimenopause, the precursor to the menopause. Since you are just beginning to show menopausal symptoms, it would be wise to alter your diet and start taking some herbal supplements in order to negate many of the symptoms yet to begin.

My friend is adamant that the menopause has caused her memory to worsen. Can this possibly be true, and if so, what causes this change in memory to occur?

The menopause is primarily characterized by the hormonal changes that occur within the body. It is a reasonable assumption to make that as oestrogen (a hormone known to have an effect o the brain and nervous system) levels decline, the memory functions of the brain also alter to some extent. Recent studies however, have refuted this assumption, and have suggested that instead of suffering memory loss, many women actually had problems with the processing of new information and memories. Moreover, and easier to understand, is the relationship between stress and the menopause. Those who are experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety are more likely to suffer from memory loss. To reduce any chances of developing memory loss, stress levels should be reduced through exercise and relaxation techniques, such as massage and acupuncture. Oestrogen levels can also be supplemented through the consumption of herbal remedies.

After experiencing the menopause, sex with my partner has become increasingly painful. What has caused this and is there anything I can do about this? I am reluctant to see my doctor as I feel embarrassed about this.

Firstly, it is important to remember that there are many menopausal symptoms, and the way in which they effect a woman’s body varies greatly. The menopause features a significant change in oestrogen production, which can cause the lining of the vagina the become drier and thinner, leading to burning, itching and discomfort during sexual intercourse. One option for treatment is Hormone Therapy, which can replace the depleted hormones and cease the negative associated symptoms but this, however, should only be undertaken after exhausting the more natural alternatives available. Try beginning a herbal remedy course, such as Curcuma Comosa, which can actually help to restore balance to and boost hormone levels, and repair and restore integrity to the vaginal walls. This, in turn, will help to prevent the vaginal dryness experienced by many women during the menopause, and allow them to once again enjoy an active sex life.

I’m 48 years old and have recently been experiencing hot flashes and irregular periods. I visited my doctor and was advised that these are symptoms of the perimenopause. Is there any way to restore regularity to my periods without using HRT as I have previously suffered from breast cancer, and have been told that HRT is not an option for me.

Your doctor was right to warn you of the risks of HRT, especially those like yourself who have a history of cancer. My advice for you would be to evaluate your current lifestyle, as the many choices you make about exercise and diet contribute greatly to the hormone levels within the body. Regarding dietary changes, try to consume more fresh fruit and vegetables, and perhaps add in some herbal supplements as they can be very effective in restoring hormone levels. In addition to this, try to remain active by finding some exercise activities that you enjoy, and make time for this at least 3 times per week.

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Where does the Curcuma Comosa herb come from and is it safe to consume?

CC Herb is proud that the herb we offer is 100% natural and safe to consume, with no negative side effects to worry about. Curcuma Comosa is a species of plant that is part of the ginger family. It’s native to much of Asia, although it is most commonly located in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Most of our Curcuma Comosa is sourced in the Northern Provinces of Thailand, and is checked regularly to ensure our customers are receiving only the premium quality harvests.

What is the recommended dosage?

Studies have shown that consuming 2-3 capsules, 3 times a day is the most effective way of taking Curcuma Comosa. It is advised to take each dosage before meals, followed by drinking some water. We do not recommend missing a dosage, as it can cause diminished results, when compared to those who stick to their supplement schedule.

How do I know if Curcuma Comosa is the right herb for me?

Curcuma Comosa is a herb that offers benefits to women of all ages. With each passing year, studies reveal new aspects of this herbs usefulness, furthering the popular notion that this is indeed a wonder herb for women. Effective in aiding menopausal symptoms, period pains and also body toning due to both pregnancy and ageing, there are very few women that would not experience some kind of benefit from Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help with my period pains?

Curcuma Comosa has been proven to be effective in diminishing, and in some experiences completely eradicating, the abdominal pains and cramping associated with monthly periods. In addition to this, consuming Curcuma Comosa can also bring regularity to your period, where it being late or not occurring becomes a thing of the past. Thanks to its hormonal properties, this herb has also been shown to reduce mood swings and feelings of depression.

How about menopausal symptoms, what can Curcuma Comosa do to help with those?

There are countless testimonials raving about the effects of Curcuma Comosa, and how it has made day to day life during the menopause much more tolerable. Hot flashes are significantly reduced, energy levels are boosted and vaginal dryness is avoided. Many women have also noted that they are experiencing an increased libido since starting their Curcuma Comosa program.

Can Curcuma Comosa actually be used as an alternative to HRT?

Not in every case, but studies have noted many instances where women who have only recently began experiencing menopausal symptoms, have actually restarted their periods through consuming Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help me regain my figure after childbirth?

It is a well known fact that childbirth poses an enormous strain on the female body. Curcuma Comosa can help the female body to recover, by tightening stomach muscles and adding firmness to breasts.

Does Curcuma Comosa have a tightening effect on the vagina?

Yes, Curcuma Comosa possesses the unique ability to both strengthen the uterine wall and tighten the vaginal muscles. Many of our clients have provided feedback noting that their partners have also noted significant tightening, making this herb a popular choice for many women post pregnancy, as it avoids the unpleasantness of surgery or endless tightening exercises.

Can Curcuma comosa lower my cholesterol level?

Yes. Curcuma comosa has been shown to lower levels of harmful LDL cholesterol, a major cause of heart disease and stroke. At the same time, Curcuma comosa helps to increase levels of healthy HDL cholesterol, the vital “good cholesterol” which actually helps to unclog the arteries and fight against disease. For this reason the herb is particularly beneficial to menopausal women, who are at greater risk of LDL cholesterol build-up and heart disease. Curcuma comosa works best when taken as a supplement to a healthy, active lifestyle.

Can Curcuma comosa help with menopause insomnia?

Curcuma comosa provides effective relief from the menopause symptoms which are most likely to be at the root of your insomnia. By redressing the hormone imbalance caused by menopause, Curcuma comosa helps to greatly reduce or even eliminate night sweats, hot flushes, and the stress and anxiety that accompanies these unpleasant symptoms, giving you back the peace of mind you need to get a good night’s rest.

How can Curcuma comosa help me regain my sex drive during menopause?

It is common to lose interest in sex during menopause. Declining levels of estrogen have a direct affect on your libido, while other physical and emotional symptoms of ‘the change’, such as vaginal dryness, night sweats and fatigue are not helpful to any woman’s sex life. Curcuma comosa has a natural estrogenic effect which means it helps to relieve or eliminate these unwelcome symptoms of hormonal imbalance during menopause, so you can reclaim your sex drive and concentrate on enjoying intimacy with your partner.

My periods are very irregular. Can Curcuma comosa help with this?

Yes. Taken regularly, Curcuma comosa helps you maintain a healthy hormonal balance and promotes regular, less painful menstruation. Eating a healthy, varied diet, taking regular exercise and working to reduce stress in your lifestyle will also help keep your periods regular.

Can Curcuma comosa help me regain firmness in my breasts?

While there is no ‘miracle cure’ for sagging breasts without surgery, Curcuma comosa helps to stabilize estrogen levels and keep muscles toned and taut, which may help to prevent unwanted changes to the breasts after childbirth and during menopause.

Does Curcuma comosa help with PMS?

Curcuma comosa has been prescribed to Asian women and girls for decades to provide effective relief from the emotional and physical symptoms of PMS. The herb also helps make your periods themselves more manageable by reducing painful menstrual cramps and bloating.

Is Curcuma comosa suitable for breastfeeding women?

Yes. Our Curcuma comosa capsules are safe to take while breastfeeding and will not affect breast milk production. The herb is particularly beneficial for new mothers who are looking for a healthy and natural way to regain their pre-pregnancy figures and strengthen their vaginal muscles after childbirth.

I am 44 years old and have recently been experiencing severe night sweats. Is this a sign that I am entering the menopause?

As women approach the menopause , they do indeed begin to experience extreme hot flashes, especially concentrated in the chest and head. Menopausal night sweats typically cause excessive sweating that soaks through sheets and bedclothes. This is also a common symptom of perimenopause, the precursor to the menopause. Since you are just beginning to show menopausal symptoms, it would be wise to alter your diet and start taking some herbal supplements in order to negate many of the symptoms yet to begin.

My friend is adamant that the menopause has caused her memory to worsen. Can this possibly be true, and if so, what causes this change in memory to occur?

The menopause is primarily characterized by the hormonal changes that occur within the body. It is a reasonable assumption to make that as oestrogen (a hormone known to have an effect o the brain and nervous system) levels decline, the memory functions of the brain also alter to some extent. Recent studies however, have refuted this assumption, and have suggested that instead of suffering memory loss, many women actually had problems with the processing of new information and memories. Moreover, and easier to understand, is the relationship between stress and the menopause. Those who are experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety are more likely to suffer from memory loss. To reduce any chances of developing memory loss, stress levels should be reduced through exercise and relaxation techniques, such as massage and acupuncture. Oestrogen levels can also be supplemented through the consumption of herbal remedies.

After experiencing the menopause, sex with my partner has become increasingly painful. What has caused this and is there anything I can do about this? I am reluctant to see my doctor as I feel embarrassed about this.

Firstly, it is important to remember that there are many menopausal symptoms, and the way in which they effect a woman’s body varies greatly. The menopause features a significant change in oestrogen production, which can cause the lining of the vagina the become drier and thinner, leading to burning, itching and discomfort during sexual intercourse. One option for treatment is Hormone Therapy, which can replace the depleted hormones and cease the negative associated symptoms but this, however, should only be undertaken after exhausting the more natural alternatives available. Try beginning a herbal remedy course, such as Curcuma Comosa, which can actually help to restore balance to and boost hormone levels, and repair and restore integrity to the vaginal walls. This, in turn, will help to prevent the vaginal dryness experienced by many women during the menopause, and allow them to once again enjoy an active sex life.

I’m 48 years old and have recently been experiencing hot flashes and irregular periods. I visited my doctor and was advised that these are symptoms of the perimenopause. Is there any way to restore regularity to my periods without using HRT as I have previously suffered from breast cancer, and have been told that HRT is not an option for me.

Your doctor was right to warn you of the risks of HRT, especially those like yourself who have a history of cancer. My advice for you would be to evaluate your current lifestyle, as the many choices you make about exercise and diet contribute greatly to the hormone levels within the body. Regarding dietary changes, try to consume more fresh fruit and vegetables, and perhaps add in some herbal supplements as they can be very effective in restoring hormone levels. In addition to this, try to remain active by finding some exercise activities that you enjoy, and make time for this at least 3 times per week.

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Where does the Curcuma Comosa herb come from and is it safe to consume?

CC Herb is proud that the herb we offer is 100% natural and safe to consume, with no negative side effects to worry about. Curcuma Comosa is a species of plant that is part of the ginger family. It’s native to much of Asia, although it is most commonly located in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Most of our Curcuma Comosa is sourced in the Northern Provinces of Thailand, and is checked regularly to ensure our customers are receiving only the premium quality harvests.

What is the recommended dosage?

Studies have shown that consuming 2-3 capsules, 3 times a day is the most effective way of taking Curcuma Comosa. It is advised to take each dosage before meals, followed by drinking some water. We do not recommend missing a dosage, as it can cause diminished results, when compared to those who stick to their supplement schedule.

How do I know if Curcuma Comosa is the right herb for me?

Curcuma Comosa is a herb that offers benefits to women of all ages. With each passing year, studies reveal new aspects of this herbs usefulness, furthering the popular notion that this is indeed a wonder herb for women. Effective in aiding menopausal symptoms, period pains and also body toning due to both pregnancy and ageing, there are very few women that would not experience some kind of benefit from Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help with my period pains?

Curcuma Comosa has been proven to be effective in diminishing, and in some experiences completely eradicating, the abdominal pains and cramping associated with monthly periods. In addition to this, consuming Curcuma Comosa can also bring regularity to your period, where it being late or not occurring becomes a thing of the past. Thanks to its hormonal properties, this herb has also been shown to reduce mood swings and feelings of depression.

How about menopausal symptoms, what can Curcuma Comosa do to help with those?

There are countless testimonials raving about the effects of Curcuma Comosa, and how it has made day to day life during the menopause much more tolerable. Hot flashes are significantly reduced, energy levels are boosted and vaginal dryness is avoided. Many women have also noted that they are experiencing an increased libido since starting their Curcuma Comosa program.

Can Curcuma Comosa actually be used as an alternative to HRT?

Not in every case, but studies have noted many instances where women who have only recently began experiencing menopausal symptoms, have actually restarted their periods through consuming Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help me regain my figure after childbirth?

It is a well known fact that childbirth poses an enormous strain on the female body. Curcuma Comosa can help the female body to recover, by tightening stomach muscles and adding firmness to breasts.

Does Curcuma Comosa have a tightening effect on the vagina?

Yes, Curcuma Comosa possesses the unique ability to both strengthen the uterine wall and tighten the vaginal muscles. Many of our clients have provided feedback noting that their partners have also noted significant tightening, making this herb a popular choice for many women post pregnancy, as it avoids the unpleasantness of surgery or endless tightening exercises.

Can Curcuma comosa lower my cholesterol level?

Yes. Curcuma comosa has been shown to lower levels of harmful LDL cholesterol, a major cause of heart disease and stroke. At the same time, Curcuma comosa helps to increase levels of healthy HDL cholesterol, the vital “good cholesterol” which actually helps to unclog the arteries and fight against disease. For this reason the herb is particularly beneficial to menopausal women, who are at greater risk of LDL cholesterol build-up and heart disease. Curcuma comosa works best when taken as a supplement to a healthy, active lifestyle.

Can Curcuma comosa help with menopause insomnia?

Curcuma comosa provides effective relief from the menopause symptoms which are most likely to be at the root of your insomnia. By redressing the hormone imbalance caused by menopause, Curcuma comosa helps to greatly reduce or even eliminate night sweats, hot flushes, and the stress and anxiety that accompanies these unpleasant symptoms, giving you back the peace of mind you need to get a good night’s rest.

How can Curcuma comosa help me regain my sex drive during menopause?

It is common to lose interest in sex during menopause. Declining levels of estrogen have a direct affect on your libido, while other physical and emotional symptoms of ‘the change’, such as vaginal dryness, night sweats and fatigue are not helpful to any woman’s sex life. Curcuma comosa has a natural estrogenic effect which means it helps to relieve or eliminate these unwelcome symptoms of hormonal imbalance during menopause, so you can reclaim your sex drive and concentrate on enjoying intimacy with your partner.

My periods are very irregular. Can Curcuma comosa help with this?

Yes. Taken regularly, Curcuma comosa helps you maintain a healthy hormonal balance and promotes regular, less painful menstruation. Eating a healthy, varied diet, taking regular exercise and working to reduce stress in your lifestyle will also help keep your periods regular.

Can Curcuma comosa help me regain firmness in my breasts?

While there is no ‘miracle cure’ for sagging breasts without surgery, Curcuma comosa helps to stabilize estrogen levels and keep muscles toned and taut, which may help to prevent unwanted changes to the breasts after childbirth and during menopause.

Does Curcuma comosa help with PMS?

Curcuma comosa has been prescribed to Asian women and girls for decades to provide effective relief from the emotional and physical symptoms of PMS. The herb also helps make your periods themselves more manageable by reducing painful menstrual cramps and bloating.

Is Curcuma comosa suitable for breastfeeding women?

Yes. Our Curcuma comosa capsules are safe to take while breastfeeding and will not affect breast milk production. The herb is particularly beneficial for new mothers who are looking for a healthy and natural way to regain their pre-pregnancy figures and strengthen their vaginal muscles after childbirth.

I am 44 years old and have recently been experiencing severe night sweats. Is this a sign that I am entering the menopause?

As women approach the menopause , they do indeed begin to experience extreme hot flashes, especially concentrated in the chest and head. Menopausal night sweats typically cause excessive sweating that soaks through sheets and bedclothes. This is also a common symptom of perimenopause, the precursor to the menopause. Since you are just beginning to show menopausal symptoms, it would be wise to alter your diet and start taking some herbal supplements in order to negate many of the symptoms yet to begin.

My friend is adamant that the menopause has caused her memory to worsen. Can this possibly be true, and if so, what causes this change in memory to occur?

The menopause is primarily characterized by the hormonal changes that occur within the body. It is a reasonable assumption to make that as oestrogen (a hormone known to have an effect o the brain and nervous system) levels decline, the memory functions of the brain also alter to some extent. Recent studies however, have refuted this assumption, and have suggested that instead of suffering memory loss, many women actually had problems with the processing of new information and memories. Moreover, and easier to understand, is the relationship between stress and the menopause. Those who are experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety are more likely to suffer from memory loss. To reduce any chances of developing memory loss, stress levels should be reduced through exercise and relaxation techniques, such as massage and acupuncture. Oestrogen levels can also be supplemented through the consumption of herbal remedies.

After experiencing the menopause, sex with my partner has become increasingly painful. What has caused this and is there anything I can do about this? I am reluctant to see my doctor as I feel embarrassed about this.

Firstly, it is important to remember that there are many menopausal symptoms, and the way in which they effect a woman’s body varies greatly. The menopause features a significant change in oestrogen production, which can cause the lining of the vagina the become drier and thinner, leading to burning, itching and discomfort during sexual intercourse. One option for treatment is Hormone Therapy, which can replace the depleted hormones and cease the negative associated symptoms but this, however, should only be undertaken after exhausting the more natural alternatives available. Try beginning a herbal remedy course, such as Curcuma Comosa, which can actually help to restore balance to and boost hormone levels, and repair and restore integrity to the vaginal walls. This, in turn, will help to prevent the vaginal dryness experienced by many women during the menopause, and allow them to once again enjoy an active sex life.

I’m 48 years old and have recently been experiencing hot flashes and irregular periods. I visited my doctor and was advised that these are symptoms of the perimenopause. Is there any way to restore regularity to my periods without using HRT as I have previously suffered from breast cancer, and have been told that HRT is not an option for me.

Your doctor was right to warn you of the risks of HRT, especially those like yourself who have a history of cancer. My advice for you would be to evaluate your current lifestyle, as the many choices you make about exercise and diet contribute greatly to the hormone levels within the body. Regarding dietary changes, try to consume more fresh fruit and vegetables, and perhaps add in some herbal supplements as they can be very effective in restoring hormone levels. In addition to this, try to remain active by finding some exercise activities that you enjoy, and make time for this at least 3 times per week.

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Where does the Curcuma Comosa herb come from and is it safe to consume?

CC Herb is proud that the herb we offer is 100% natural and safe to consume, with no negative side effects to worry about. Curcuma Comosa is a species of plant that is part of the ginger family. It’s native to much of Asia, although it is most commonly located in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Most of our Curcuma Comosa is sourced in the Northern Provinces of Thailand, and is checked regularly to ensure our customers are receiving only the premium quality harvests.

What is the recommended dosage?

Studies have shown that consuming 2-3 capsules, 3 times a day is the most effective way of taking Curcuma Comosa. It is advised to take each dosage before meals, followed by drinking some water. We do not recommend missing a dosage, as it can cause diminished results, when compared to those who stick to their supplement schedule.

How do I know if Curcuma Comosa is the right herb for me?

Curcuma Comosa is a herb that offers benefits to women of all ages. With each passing year, studies reveal new aspects of this herbs usefulness, furthering the popular notion that this is indeed a wonder herb for women. Effective in aiding menopausal symptoms, period pains and also body toning due to both pregnancy and ageing, there are very few women that would not experience some kind of benefit from Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help with my period pains?

Curcuma Comosa has been proven to be effective in diminishing, and in some experiences completely eradicating, the abdominal pains and cramping associated with monthly periods. In addition to this, consuming Curcuma Comosa can also bring regularity to your period, where it being late or not occurring becomes a thing of the past. Thanks to its hormonal properties, this herb has also been shown to reduce mood swings and feelings of depression.

How about menopausal symptoms, what can Curcuma Comosa do to help with those?

There are countless testimonials raving about the effects of Curcuma Comosa, and how it has made day to day life during the menopause much more tolerable. Hot flashes are significantly reduced, energy levels are boosted and vaginal dryness is avoided. Many women have also noted that they are experiencing an increased libido since starting their Curcuma Comosa program.

Can Curcuma Comosa actually be used as an alternative to HRT?

Not in every case, but studies have noted many instances where women who have only recently began experiencing menopausal symptoms, have actually restarted their periods through consuming Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help me regain my figure after childbirth?

It is a well known fact that childbirth poses an enormous strain on the female body. Curcuma Comosa can help the female body to recover, by tightening stomach muscles and adding firmness to breasts.

Does Curcuma Comosa have a tightening effect on the vagina?

Yes, Curcuma Comosa possesses the unique ability to both strengthen the uterine wall and tighten the vaginal muscles. Many of our clients have provided feedback noting that their partners have also noted significant tightening, making this herb a popular choice for many women post pregnancy, as it avoids the unpleasantness of surgery or endless tightening exercises.

Can Curcuma comosa lower my cholesterol level?

Yes. Curcuma comosa has been shown to lower levels of harmful LDL cholesterol, a major cause of heart disease and stroke. At the same time, Curcuma comosa helps to increase levels of healthy HDL cholesterol, the vital “good cholesterol” which actually helps to unclog the arteries and fight against disease. For this reason the herb is particularly beneficial to menopausal women, who are at greater risk of LDL cholesterol build-up and heart disease. Curcuma comosa works best when taken as a supplement to a healthy, active lifestyle.

Can Curcuma comosa help with menopause insomnia?

Curcuma comosa provides effective relief from the menopause symptoms which are most likely to be at the root of your insomnia. By redressing the hormone imbalance caused by menopause, Curcuma comosa helps to greatly reduce or even eliminate night sweats, hot flushes, and the stress and anxiety that accompanies these unpleasant symptoms, giving you back the peace of mind you need to get a good night’s rest.

How can Curcuma comosa help me regain my sex drive during menopause?

It is common to lose interest in sex during menopause. Declining levels of estrogen have a direct affect on your libido, while other physical and emotional symptoms of ‘the change’, such as vaginal dryness, night sweats and fatigue are not helpful to any woman’s sex life. Curcuma comosa has a natural estrogenic effect which means it helps to relieve or eliminate these unwelcome symptoms of hormonal imbalance during menopause, so you can reclaim your sex drive and concentrate on enjoying intimacy with your partner.

My periods are very irregular. Can Curcuma comosa help with this?

Yes. Taken regularly, Curcuma comosa helps you maintain a healthy hormonal balance and promotes regular, less painful menstruation. Eating a healthy, varied diet, taking regular exercise and working to reduce stress in your lifestyle will also help keep your periods regular.

Can Curcuma comosa help me regain firmness in my breasts?

While there is no ‘miracle cure’ for sagging breasts without surgery, Curcuma comosa helps to stabilize estrogen levels and keep muscles toned and taut, which may help to prevent unwanted changes to the breasts after childbirth and during menopause.

Does Curcuma comosa help with PMS?

Curcuma comosa has been prescribed to Asian women and girls for decades to provide effective relief from the emotional and physical symptoms of PMS. The herb also helps make your periods themselves more manageable by reducing painful menstrual cramps and bloating.

Is Curcuma comosa suitable for breastfeeding women?

Yes. Our Curcuma comosa capsules are safe to take while breastfeeding and will not affect breast milk production. The herb is particularly beneficial for new mothers who are looking for a healthy and natural way to regain their pre-pregnancy figures and strengthen their vaginal muscles after childbirth.

I am 44 years old and have recently been experiencing severe night sweats. Is this a sign that I am entering the menopause?

As women approach the menopause , they do indeed begin to experience extreme hot flashes, especially concentrated in the chest and head. Menopausal night sweats typically cause excessive sweating that soaks through sheets and bedclothes. This is also a common symptom of perimenopause, the precursor to the menopause. Since you are just beginning to show menopausal symptoms, it would be wise to alter your diet and start taking some herbal supplements in order to negate many of the symptoms yet to begin.

My friend is adamant that the menopause has caused her memory to worsen. Can this possibly be true, and if so, what causes this change in memory to occur?

The menopause is primarily characterized by the hormonal changes that occur within the body. It is a reasonable assumption to make that as oestrogen (a hormone known to have an effect o the brain and nervous system) levels decline, the memory functions of the brain also alter to some extent. Recent studies however, have refuted this assumption, and have suggested that instead of suffering memory loss, many women actually had problems with the processing of new information and memories. Moreover, and easier to understand, is the relationship between stress and the menopause. Those who are experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety are more likely to suffer from memory loss. To reduce any chances of developing memory loss, stress levels should be reduced through exercise and relaxation techniques, such as massage and acupuncture. Oestrogen levels can also be supplemented through the consumption of herbal remedies.

After experiencing the menopause, sex with my partner has become increasingly painful. What has caused this and is there anything I can do about this? I am reluctant to see my doctor as I feel embarrassed about this.

Firstly, it is important to remember that there are many menopausal symptoms, and the way in which they effect a woman’s body varies greatly. The menopause features a significant change in oestrogen production, which can cause the lining of the vagina the become drier and thinner, leading to burning, itching and discomfort during sexual intercourse. One option for treatment is Hormone Therapy, which can replace the depleted hormones and cease the negative associated symptoms but this, however, should only be undertaken after exhausting the more natural alternatives available. Try beginning a herbal remedy course, such as Curcuma Comosa, which can actually help to restore balance to and boost hormone levels, and repair and restore integrity to the vaginal walls. This, in turn, will help to prevent the vaginal dryness experienced by many women during the menopause, and allow them to once again enjoy an active sex life.

I’m 48 years old and have recently been experiencing hot flashes and irregular periods. I visited my doctor and was advised that these are symptoms of the perimenopause. Is there any way to restore regularity to my periods without using HRT as I have previously suffered from breast cancer, and have been told that HRT is not an option for me.

Your doctor was right to warn you of the risks of HRT, especially those like yourself who have a history of cancer. My advice for you would be to evaluate your current lifestyle, as the many choices you make about exercise and diet contribute greatly to the hormone levels within the body. Regarding dietary changes, try to consume more fresh fruit and vegetables, and perhaps add in some herbal supplements as they can be very effective in restoring hormone levels. In addition to this, try to remain active by finding some exercise activities that you enjoy, and make time for this at least 3 times per week.

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Where does the Curcuma Comosa herb come from and is it safe to consume?

CC Herb is proud that the herb we offer is 100% natural and safe to consume, with no negative side effects to worry about. Curcuma Comosa is a species of plant that is part of the ginger family. It’s native to much of Asia, although it is most commonly located in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Most of our Curcuma Comosa is sourced in the Northern Provinces of Thailand, and is checked regularly to ensure our customers are receiving only the premium quality harvests.

What is the recommended dosage?

Studies have shown that consuming 2-3 capsules, 3 times a day is the most effective way of taking Curcuma Comosa. It is advised to take each dosage before meals, followed by drinking some water. We do not recommend missing a dosage, as it can cause diminished results, when compared to those who stick to their supplement schedule.

How do I know if Curcuma Comosa is the right herb for me?

Curcuma Comosa is a herb that offers benefits to women of all ages. With each passing year, studies reveal new aspects of this herbs usefulness, furthering the popular notion that this is indeed a wonder herb for women. Effective in aiding menopausal symptoms, period pains and also body toning due to both pregnancy and ageing, there are very few women that would not experience some kind of benefit from Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help with my period pains?

Curcuma Comosa has been proven to be effective in diminishing, and in some experiences completely eradicating, the abdominal pains and cramping associated with monthly periods. In addition to this, consuming Curcuma Comosa can also bring regularity to your period, where it being late or not occurring becomes a thing of the past. Thanks to its hormonal properties, this herb has also been shown to reduce mood swings and feelings of depression.

How about menopausal symptoms, what can Curcuma Comosa do to help with those?

There are countless testimonials raving about the effects of Curcuma Comosa, and how it has made day to day life during the menopause much more tolerable. Hot flashes are significantly reduced, energy levels are boosted and vaginal dryness is avoided. Many women have also noted that they are experiencing an increased libido since starting their Curcuma Comosa program.

Can Curcuma Comosa actually be used as an alternative to HRT?

Not in every case, but studies have noted many instances where women who have only recently began experiencing menopausal symptoms, have actually restarted their periods through consuming Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help me regain my figure after childbirth?

It is a well known fact that childbirth poses an enormous strain on the female body. Curcuma Comosa can help the female body to recover, by tightening stomach muscles and adding firmness to breasts.

Does Curcuma Comosa have a tightening effect on the vagina?

Yes, Curcuma Comosa possesses the unique ability to both strengthen the uterine wall and tighten the vaginal muscles. Many of our clients have provided feedback noting that their partners have also noted significant tightening, making this herb a popular choice for many women post pregnancy, as it avoids the unpleasantness of surgery or endless tightening exercises.

Can Curcuma comosa lower my cholesterol level?

Yes. Curcuma comosa has been shown to lower levels of harmful LDL cholesterol, a major cause of heart disease and stroke. At the same time, Curcuma comosa helps to increase levels of healthy HDL cholesterol, the vital “good cholesterol” which actually helps to unclog the arteries and fight against disease. For this reason the herb is particularly beneficial to menopausal women, who are at greater risk of LDL cholesterol build-up and heart disease. Curcuma comosa works best when taken as a supplement to a healthy, active lifestyle.

Can Curcuma comosa help with menopause insomnia?

Curcuma comosa provides effective relief from the menopause symptoms which are most likely to be at the root of your insomnia. By redressing the hormone imbalance caused by menopause, Curcuma comosa helps to greatly reduce or even eliminate night sweats, hot flushes, and the stress and anxiety that accompanies these unpleasant symptoms, giving you back the peace of mind you need to get a good night’s rest.

How can Curcuma comosa help me regain my sex drive during menopause?

It is common to lose interest in sex during menopause. Declining levels of estrogen have a direct affect on your libido, while other physical and emotional symptoms of ‘the change’, such as vaginal dryness, night sweats and fatigue are not helpful to any woman’s sex life. Curcuma comosa has a natural estrogenic effect which means it helps to relieve or eliminate these unwelcome symptoms of hormonal imbalance during menopause, so you can reclaim your sex drive and concentrate on enjoying intimacy with your partner.

My periods are very irregular. Can Curcuma comosa help with this?

Yes. Taken regularly, Curcuma comosa helps you maintain a healthy hormonal balance and promotes regular, less painful menstruation. Eating a healthy, varied diet, taking regular exercise and working to reduce stress in your lifestyle will also help keep your periods regular.

Can Curcuma comosa help me regain firmness in my breasts?

While there is no ‘miracle cure’ for sagging breasts without surgery, Curcuma comosa helps to stabilize estrogen levels and keep muscles toned and taut, which may help to prevent unwanted changes to the breasts after childbirth and during menopause.

Does Curcuma comosa help with PMS?

Curcuma comosa has been prescribed to Asian women and girls for decades to provide effective relief from the emotional and physical symptoms of PMS. The herb also helps make your periods themselves more manageable by reducing painful menstrual cramps and bloating.

Is Curcuma comosa suitable for breastfeeding women?

Yes. Our Curcuma comosa capsules are safe to take while breastfeeding and will not affect breast milk production. The herb is particularly beneficial for new mothers who are looking for a healthy and natural way to regain their pre-pregnancy figures and strengthen their vaginal muscles after childbirth.

I am 44 years old and have recently been experiencing severe night sweats. Is this a sign that I am entering the menopause?

As women approach the menopause , they do indeed begin to experience extreme hot flashes, especially concentrated in the chest and head. Menopausal night sweats typically cause excessive sweating that soaks through sheets and bedclothes. This is also a common symptom of perimenopause, the precursor to the menopause. Since you are just beginning to show menopausal symptoms, it would be wise to alter your diet and start taking some herbal supplements in order to negate many of the symptoms yet to begin.

My friend is adamant that the menopause has caused her memory to worsen. Can this possibly be true, and if so, what causes this change in memory to occur?

The menopause is primarily characterized by the hormonal changes that occur within the body. It is a reasonable assumption to make that as oestrogen (a hormone known to have an effect o the brain and nervous system) levels decline, the memory functions of the brain also alter to some extent. Recent studies however, have refuted this assumption, and have suggested that instead of suffering memory loss, many women actually had problems with the processing of new information and memories. Moreover, and easier to understand, is the relationship between stress and the menopause. Those who are experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety are more likely to suffer from memory loss. To reduce any chances of developing memory loss, stress levels should be reduced through exercise and relaxation techniques, such as massage and acupuncture. Oestrogen levels can also be supplemented through the consumption of herbal remedies.

After experiencing the menopause, sex with my partner has become increasingly painful. What has caused this and is there anything I can do about this? I am reluctant to see my doctor as I feel embarrassed about this.

Firstly, it is important to remember that there are many menopausal symptoms, and the way in which they effect a woman’s body varies greatly. The menopause features a significant change in oestrogen production, which can cause the lining of the vagina the become drier and thinner, leading to burning, itching and discomfort during sexual intercourse. One option for treatment is Hormone Therapy, which can replace the depleted hormones and cease the negative associated symptoms but this, however, should only be undertaken after exhausting the more natural alternatives available. Try beginning a herbal remedy course, such as Curcuma Comosa, which can actually help to restore balance to and boost hormone levels, and repair and restore integrity to the vaginal walls. This, in turn, will help to prevent the vaginal dryness experienced by many women during the menopause, and allow them to once again enjoy an active sex life.

I’m 48 years old and have recently been experiencing hot flashes and irregular periods. I visited my doctor and was advised that these are symptoms of the perimenopause. Is there any way to restore regularity to my periods without using HRT as I have previously suffered from breast cancer, and have been told that HRT is not an option for me.

Your doctor was right to warn you of the risks of HRT, especially those like yourself who have a history of cancer. My advice for you would be to evaluate your current lifestyle, as the many choices you make about exercise and diet contribute greatly to the hormone levels within the body. Regarding dietary changes, try to consume more fresh fruit and vegetables, and perhaps add in some herbal supplements as they can be very effective in restoring hormone levels. In addition to this, try to remain active by finding some exercise activities that you enjoy, and make time for this at least 3 times per week.

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Where does the Curcuma Comosa herb come from and is it safe to consume?

CC Herb is proud that the herb we offer is 100% natural and safe to consume, with no negative side effects to worry about. Curcuma Comosa is a species of plant that is part of the ginger family. It’s native to much of Asia, although it is most commonly located in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Most of our Curcuma Comosa is sourced in the Northern Provinces of Thailand, and is checked regularly to ensure our customers are receiving only the premium quality harvests.

What is the recommended dosage?

Studies have shown that consuming 2-3 capsules, 3 times a day is the most effective way of taking Curcuma Comosa. It is advised to take each dosage before meals, followed by drinking some water. We do not recommend missing a dosage, as it can cause diminished results, when compared to those who stick to their supplement schedule.

How do I know if Curcuma Comosa is the right herb for me?

Curcuma Comosa is a herb that offers benefits to women of all ages. With each passing year, studies reveal new aspects of this herbs usefulness, furthering the popular notion that this is indeed a wonder herb for women. Effective in aiding menopausal symptoms, period pains and also body toning due to both pregnancy and ageing, there are very few women that would not experience some kind of benefit from Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help with my period pains?

Curcuma Comosa has been proven to be effective in diminishing, and in some experiences completely eradicating, the abdominal pains and cramping associated with monthly periods. In addition to this, consuming Curcuma Comosa can also bring regularity to your period, where it being late or not occurring becomes a thing of the past. Thanks to its hormonal properties, this herb has also been shown to reduce mood swings and feelings of depression.

How about menopausal symptoms, what can Curcuma Comosa do to help with those?

There are countless testimonials raving about the effects of Curcuma Comosa, and how it has made day to day life during the menopause much more tolerable. Hot flashes are significantly reduced, energy levels are boosted and vaginal dryness is avoided. Many women have also noted that they are experiencing an increased libido since starting their Curcuma Comosa program.

Can Curcuma Comosa actually be used as an alternative to HRT?

Not in every case, but studies have noted many instances where women who have only recently began experiencing menopausal symptoms, have actually restarted their periods through consuming Curcuma Comosa.

How can Curcuma Comosa help me regain my figure after childbirth?

It is a well known fact that childbirth poses an enormous strain on the female body. Curcuma Comosa can help the female body to recover, by tightening stomach muscles and adding firmness to breasts.

Does Curcuma Comosa have a tightening effect on the vagina?

Yes, Curcuma Comosa possesses the unique ability to both strengthen the uterine wall and tighten the vaginal muscles. Many of our clients have provided feedback noting that their partners have also noted significant tightening, making this herb a popular choice for many women post pregnancy, as it avoids the unpleasantness of surgery or endless tightening exercises.

Can Curcuma comosa lower my cholesterol level?

Yes. Curcuma comosa has been shown to lower levels of harmful LDL cholesterol, a major cause of heart disease and stroke. At the same time, Curcuma comosa helps to increase levels of healthy HDL cholesterol, the vital “good cholesterol” which actually helps to unclog the arteries and fight against disease. For this reason the herb is particularly beneficial to menopausal women, who are at greater risk of LDL cholesterol build-up and heart disease. Curcuma comosa works best when taken as a supplement to a healthy, active lifestyle.

Can Curcuma comosa help with menopause insomnia?

Curcuma comosa provides effective relief from the menopause symptoms which are most likely to be at the root of your insomnia. By redressing the hormone imbalance caused by menopause, Curcuma comosa helps to greatly reduce or even eliminate night sweats, hot flushes, and the stress and anxiety that accompanies these unpleasant symptoms, giving you back the peace of mind you need to get a good night’s rest.

How can Curcuma comosa help me regain my sex drive during menopause?

It is common to lose interest in sex during menopause. Declining levels of estrogen have a direct affect on your libido, while other physical and emotional symptoms of ‘the change’, such as vaginal dryness, night sweats and fatigue are not helpful to any woman’s sex life. Curcuma comosa has a natural estrogenic effect which means it helps to relieve or eliminate these unwelcome symptoms of hormonal imbalance during menopause, so you can reclaim your sex drive and concentrate on enjoying intimacy with your partner.

My periods are very irregular. Can Curcuma comosa help with this?

Yes. Taken regularly, Curcuma comosa helps you maintain a healthy hormonal balance and promotes regular, less painful menstruation. Eating a healthy, varied diet, taking regular exercise and working to reduce stress in your lifestyle will also help keep your periods regular.

Can Curcuma comosa help me regain firmness in my breasts?

While there is no ‘miracle cure’ for sagging breasts without surgery, Curcuma comosa helps to stabilize estrogen levels and keep muscles toned and taut, which may help to prevent unwanted changes to the breasts after childbirth and during menopause.

Does Curcuma comosa help with PMS?

Curcuma comosa has been prescribed to Asian women and girls for decades to provide effective relief from the emotional and physical symptoms of PMS. The herb also helps make your periods themselves more manageable by reducing painful menstrual cramps and bloating.

Is Curcuma comosa suitable for breastfeeding women?

Yes. Our Curcuma comosa capsules are safe to take while breastfeeding and will not affect breast milk production. The herb is particularly beneficial for new mothers who are looking for a healthy and natural way to regain their pre-pregnancy figures and strengthen their vaginal muscles after childbirth.

I am 44 years old and have recently been experiencing severe night sweats. Is this a sign that I am entering the menopause?

As women approach the menopause , they do indeed begin to experience extreme hot flashes, especially concentrated in the chest and head. Menopausal night sweats typically cause excessive sweating that soaks through sheets and bedclothes. This is also a common symptom of perimenopause, the precursor to the menopause. Since you are just beginning to show menopausal symptoms, it would be wise to alter your diet and start taking some herbal supplements in order to negate many of the symptoms yet to begin.

My friend is adamant that the menopause has caused her memory to worsen. Can this possibly be true, and if so, what causes this change in memory to occur?

The menopause is primarily characterized by the hormonal changes that occur within the body. It is a reasonable assumption to make that as oestrogen (a hormone known to have an effect o the brain and nervous system) levels decline, the memory functions of the brain also alter to some extent. Recent studies however, have refuted this assumption, and have suggested that instead of suffering memory loss, many women actually had problems with the processing of new information and memories. Moreover, and easier to understand, is the relationship between stress and the menopause. Those who are experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety are more likely to suffer from memory loss. To reduce any chances of developing memory loss, stress levels should be reduced through exercise and relaxation techniques, such as massage and acupuncture. Oestrogen levels can also be supplemented through the consumption of herbal remedies.

After experiencing the menopause, sex with my partner has become increasingly painful. What has caused this and is there anything I can do about this? I am reluctant to see my doctor as I feel embarrassed about this.

Firstly, it is important to remember that there are many menopausal symptoms, and the way in which they effect a woman’s body varies greatly. The menopause features a significant change in oestrogen production, which can cause the lining of the vagina the become drier and thinner, leading to burning, itching and discomfort during sexual intercourse. One option for treatment is Hormone Therapy, which can replace the depleted hormones and cease the negative associated symptoms but this, however, should only be undertaken after exhausting the more natural alternatives available. Try beginning a herbal remedy course, such as Curcuma Comosa, which can actually help to restore balance to and boost hormone levels, and repair and restore integrity to the vaginal walls. This, in turn, will help to prevent the vaginal dryness experienced by many women during the menopause, and allow them to once again enjoy an active sex life.

I’m 48 years old and have recently been experiencing hot flashes and irregular periods. I visited my doctor and was advised that these are symptoms of the perimenopause. Is there any way to restore regularity to my periods without using HRT as I have previously suffered from breast cancer, and have been told that HRT is not an option for me.

Your doctor was right to warn you of the risks of HRT, especially those like yourself who have a history of cancer. My advice for you would be to evaluate your current lifestyle, as the many choices you make about exercise and diet contribute greatly to the hormone levels within the body. Regarding dietary changes, try to consume more fresh fruit and vegetables, and perhaps add in some herbal supplements as they can be very effective in restoring hormone levels. In addition to this, try to remain active by finding some exercise activities that you enjoy, and make time for this at least 3 times per week.