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Early menopause

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The onset of hormonal changes occurs individually for each woman, but menopause at an early age is most often associated with diseases. It occurs in about 1 in 100 middle-aged women, and the incidence increases over time. Early suppression of ovarian hormonal activity occurs in women aged 40 and older (up to 45 years). If menopause begins at the age of 35-40, it is called premature menopause.



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YES, because the ovaries stop working. 

Early menopause can happen naturally if a woman's ovaries stop making normal levels of certain hormones, particularly the hormone estrogen.

This is sometimes called premature ovarian failure, or primary ovarian insufficiency.

The cause of premature ovarian failure is often unknown, but in some women it may be caused by:

  • chromosome abnormalities – such as in women with Turner syndrome
  • an autoimmune disease – where the immune system starts attacking body tissues
  • certain infections, such as tuberculosis, malaria and mumps – but this is very rare

Premature ovarian failure can sometimes run in families. This might be the case if any of your relatives went through the menopause at a very young age (20s or early 30s).



Angélique chinoise (Dong Quai) : son histoire, ses propriétés, sa posologie

It has been shown to stimulate the uterus, but has also been shown to relax it, depending on how it is prepared.

Dong Quai, also known as "female ginseng", is one of the most famous herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine. While it is best known for relieving the painful symptoms of menstrual periods or menopausal hot flashes, and other ailments unique to women, it is also used by men for certain health problems.

This magnificent thick plant with brown roots can be found in the heights throughout the Far East. At first glance, due to its white umbrella-shaped flowers, we can mistake it for Queen Anne's lace. This is because both belong to a family that includes fennel, carrot and celery.



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Can Dong Quai Help with Menopause?



Dong quai tea helps to balance and regulate estrogen levels in women going into (early) menopause, reducing or improving them depending on your hormonal imbalances. It has also been found to lessen cramps as a symptom of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and can ease the pelvic pain in menopause, as well.

Some people take dong quai to treat hot flashes. However, a 2006 study published in the journal American Family Physician also concludes that more research needs to be done on dong quai’s effectiveness in treating hot flashes. In one randomized controlled trial, which lasted for over a year, there was no significant difference in women who took a hot flash management product with dong quai as an ingredient.


For women entering the menopausal period, they can sometimes have symptoms similar to those of the menstrual period but more constant. They may also suffer from cold sweats, headaches and dizziness, poor memory, urinary incontinence, and vaginal bleeding.

To counteract these symptoms, the properties of dong quai can be of great help. Despite this, scientific research on the results of these natural compounds in the case of women with menopause is not conclusive, and sometimes contradictory.

In addition to isoflavones, probably the star nutritional and chemical component, this plant does not fall short in terms of minerals and vitamins.




Root part Indicated uses
Quan dong quai (whole root) enrich the blood and promote blood flow
Dong quai tou (root head) promote blood flow and stop bleeding
Dong quai shen (main root body, no head or tails) enrich the blood without promoting blood flow
Dong quai wei (extended roots) promote blood flow and slow blood clots
Dong quai xu (finer hair-like roots) promote blood flow and relieve pain



Other benefits of dong quai


Dong quai has been used as a herbal medication for more than 2,000 years. It’s used to:

The properties of the dong quai or angelica plant provide benefits for different ailments, and in turn contain very beneficial nutritional elements.

  • Due to its amounts of iron, it is very useful for cases of anemia. 
  • It naturally contains anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-proliferative components.
  • It can help you lose weight and counteract "bad" cholesterol in your blood.
  • Helps control blood pressure or tension.
  • It greatly benefits the immune system.
  • It is useful to combat constipation.
  • Due to its hormonal properties, it is useful for premature ejaculation problems.
  • It has also been used since time immemorial to treat infertility.



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In China, dong quai has been used for thousands of years to heal menstrual pain and irregularities and also to improve fertility. 

In some ways, the action of dong quai to stimulate the uterus or as a relaxant has been a mystery to researchers. Its effects suggest that it influences estrogens, but scientists have not been able to prove significant estrogenic effects. It has been shown to stimulate the uterus, but it has also been shown to relax it, depending on how it is prepared.


According, Herbalists prescribe dong quai to women who need to “enrich” their blood. Enriching, or nourishing, your blood means to increase the quality of your blood. Women may find the most benefits from dong quai after having a baby or during and after menstruation for issues like premenstrual syndrome (PMS), menopause, and cramps. This is why dong quai is also known as the “female ginseng.”

Dong quai is also called:

  • Radix Angelica Sinensis
  • tang-kui
  • dang gui
  • Chinese angelica root

There’s little scientific evidence about the direct benefits of dong quai. The herb is more of a therapeutic remedy and should not be used as first-line treatment. Ask your doctor about any concerns or potential side effects, especially if you’re taking medication.



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