Menopause is a natural stage of life, but that doesn’t mean you have to accept the symptoms that often accompany it. Fortunately, there are a variety of potent herbs that may help relieve and improve menopause symptoms.
We’re excited to announce that we have extended our Women’s Range to include two new wellness blends from Roogenic. Featuring natural ingredients and powerful bushfoods, our brand new wellness blends were created to help soothe menopause symptoms with the power of nature.
Here, we’ll highlight some of the ingredients found in our new wellness teas and how they can help naturally alleviate menopause symptoms.
Use the Power of Mother Nature to Naturally Ease Menopause Symptoms
Help soothe away your menopause symptoms with our brand new wellness blends, Menopause Day and Menopause Night.
Each blend features carefully chosen herbs that provide powerful antioxidant effects and bone-supporting minerals.
Roogenic’s New Wellness Tea at a Glance
Menopause Day Tea
Menopause Day is our new native plant tea elixir designed to provide support for menopause symptoms during the day, featuring the power of:
- Kakadu Plum Leaf and Gumbi Gumbi to reduce fatigue, stress, and hot flushes and support balanced hormones
- Red Clover to regulate temperature and alleviate hot flushes
- Ashwagandha root to support balanced thyroid hormones
- Shatavari Root for mental function and clarity
Menopause night features potent herbal ingredients to help you get a more restful night of sleep. Some of its key ingredients include:
- Oat Straw to reduce stress
- Jilungin and Aniseed myrtle to prevent hot flushes and restless sleep
- Hops to support the distribution of thyroid hormones and a balanced metabolism
- Passionflower and lemon balm to calm and soothe
How Roogenic’s Australian native herbs soothe menopause symptoms
Read on to learn more about our Australian native ingredients work and how they can assist you with through menopause stages and support your overall wellness.
- Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) - An aromatic herb, exceptionally rich in calcium and other minerals that support bone health, including phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, and zinc. It also contains folate, known for its ability to assist in the reduction, duration, frequency, and severity of menopausal hot flashes.
- Kakadu Plum (Gubinge) - The leaf and fruit of Kakadu plums offer a variety of bone-supporting minerals, including potassium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus.
- Quandong - Quandong provides a good source of zinc and magnesium, important minerals that support bone health. It is also rich in antioxidant phenolic compounds, including anthocyanins.
- Desert Lime - Australian desert lime is a good source of calcium, antioxidants, and vitamins to help support strong bones and fight oxidative stress. It is especially high in biologically active vitamin E, folate and potassium that may reduce blood pressure.
- Jilungin - A wild harvested herb from the Nyul Nyul community that is rich in antioxidant phenolic compounds and flavonoids, even more than green tea! Traditionally used for its ability to support deep, restorative sleep, Jilungin may also help to promote brain health, heart health and circulation.
- River Mint - Traditionally used to aid digestion and treat stomach upset, diarrhoea and nausea, River Mint contains natural plant phytoestrogens such as rosmarinic acid, gallic acid, chlorogenic acid and biochanin A that contain powerful anti-inflammatory benefits and help ease menopause symptoms.
Other powerful medicinal herbs used to naturally ease symptoms of menopause include:
- Black Cohosh - Potential oestrogen-like effects and bone support
- Red Clover - Contains phytoestrogenic isoflavones with potential bone protecting effects and the ability to ease menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes
- Tulsi - Shown to assist in improving stress-related symptoms such as feelings of exhaustion, sexual problems, sleep disturbances, and poor memory
- Pana ginseng - Potential to ease the oxidative stress, mood changes, fatigue, and ageing that results from a reduction of estrogen during menopause
- Ginsenosides - May help control appetite-regulating signals to support weight loss
- Siberian ginseng - An adaptogenic herb that has been linked to neuroprotective, anti-fatigue, anxiolytic, antidepressive, nootropic, and central nervous system stimulatory effects
- Shatavari - An Ayurvedic female tonic herb with anti-anxiety, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, wound healing, and antibacterial properties
- Ashwagandha - Reduces inflammation, has potent antioxidant properties, can improve insulin sensitivity, improves stress tolerance, and can support a healthy mood and overall well-being
- Hops - Contains the compound 8-prenylnaringenin, identified as having strong phytoestrogenic activity and the potential to support thyroid hormone distribution and metabolism
- Hibiscus sabdariffa - Potential nephroprotective, hepato-protective, anti-diabetic, antioxidant, and anti-hypertensive effects
- Passionflower - Anxiolytic and sedative properties
- Raspberry leaf - Traditionally used as a tonic herb
- Lemon balm - Displays anxiolytic effects and calming effects
- Oatstraw - May support an improved stress response and possesses antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
When To Drink Menopause Tea
We specifically designed these two new wellness blends, menopause day and menopause night, to make it easy to know when the ideal time to drink these teas for optimal benefits.
Our wellness teas were created to provide an affordable, convenient, natural way to soothe menopause symptoms and support overall well-being. Simply brew a cup of tea and sit back and enjoy the natural relief of Australia’s most powerful bushfoods.
Menopause Day and Menopause Night: A Brewing Guide
Menopause Day: Pour 250ml of boiling water over the teabag, then allow it to steep for approximately 6 to 8 minutes. Enjoy during the day hot or cold. If you really want to kick those hot flushes, try enjoying a cup of Menopause Day cooled and then poured over ice.
Menopause Night: Pour 250ml of boiling water over the teabag, then allow it to steep for 6 to 8 minutes. Enjoy a hot cup before bedtime to help promote deeper, higher quality sleep.
Is Menopause Tea Safe?
While the herbs we choose to feature in our teas are generally considered safe and free of side effects, it is always recommended to check with your healthcare provider if you are unsure of how your body will respond to certain ingredients.
Other Medicinal Tea Blends in Our Women’s Range
At Roogenic, our team is made up of 85% women! This makes it especially important to us to create a range dedicated to supporting women’s health in all stages of life. Along with our Menopause Teas, we’ve created an entire range of medicinal teas to support Women’s Wellness.
Our range of Women’s Wellness teas contains naturopath designed blends created to celebrate the life of women and all stages of their journey.
Each blend features powerful Australian bushfoods and potent herbs that work synergistically to address overall wellness and the unique needs of women. We bring nature and science together to support the body, mind, and spirit, no matter what stage of life you are in.
From sleep or anxiety support to alleviating PMS symptoms to supporting the body during pregnancy or menopause, our comprehensive range features a tea blend for all your needs as a woman.
Learn More Roogenic’s Unique Wellness Teas
Whether you are dealing with hot flashes, changes in mood, anxiety, or other menopause symptoms, we’re thrilled to share our new wellness blends with you that feature the power of Australian bushfoods.
Our new Menopause Day and Menopause Night wellness teas are ideal for health-conscious women looking to naturally ease symptoms of menopause. Our naturopathically accredited teas are responsibly and sustainably sourced to help you harness the benefits of nature to start feeling better.If you have any questions or would like personalised product recommendations, we welcome you to reach out to our caring team.