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Water Retention Caused by Hormonal Imbalance

It is understood that the majority of water retention is due to poor diet and the long term effects of poor diet. However, it is also true that many people, after they have adjusted their diet and completely detoxified, are still undergoing water retention. Medical staff should recognize that there are many other causes of water retention, especially as the cause has been identified by researchers.

We don't have the space here to look at this individually and I'm sure you'll have to tire before we get to the bottom of the article if we do. So, we just need to list it below. Research has identified that these factors all contribute to water retention and from scanning the list you are sure to identify at least one reason, other than diet, that may be associated with your own.

Food is intolerant

Designer Pills

sexual abuse

diuretic abuse

drug abuse


weak kidney function


poor food digestion

heart problem

protein or vitamin deficiency

varicose veins

sodium retention (magnesium balance & poor calcium)


magnesium & calcium balance in the body



allergic reactions

The four main causes on this list can only affect women and so it's not surprising that women are still the main culprit after the diet has been corrected, whereas in men, dietary changes are usually enough to solve the problem.

Hormonal changes caused by contraceptive pills, HRT, PMT and pregnancy are the next major contributing factors. If you are one of the women with hormone imbalance, even if it affects you, it is highly recommended that supplements be taken to control this. Hormone imbalance cannot be corrected by daily diet but herbal supplements like StarFlower Oil, Evening Primrose and many Chinese herbal remedies greatly improve hormone balance. Ingredients such as Dandelion, Fennel Seeds, Vitamin B Complex, Vitamin B6, Magnesium, Celery Seeds, Potassium, Calcium, Uva Ursi, Horsetail and herbs are called Tang Kuei. Some of these are available in the daily diet but many are not and supplements are the easiest way to ensure the right balance is achieved to achieve good results.


Tang Kuei specifically restores hormone balance

Chinese herbalists have known Tang Kuei for centuries as a muscle volunteer and help balance hormones. It is part of the daily regime for thousands of Chinese women.

Used here in conjunction with Chamomile (also known as calming properties) to help control the hormone imbalance that causes mood swings, heat, PMT and monthly muscle discomfort.

Tang Kuei is a very popular product among women all over the world as it relaxes the effects and controls of water balance at certain times of the month.

Tang Kuei in tablet form


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