Hot Flashes are the most common symptom of menopause and perimenopause. Hot flashes also affect women after chemotherapy or surgery to remove their ovaries. Women who have at least 7 hot flashes daily are considered moderate to severe, which can interrupt their daily lives. The standard treatment for Hot Flashes is hormone replacement therapy (HRT) or antidepressants, which still raises concern for women. Fortunately, this Clinical Trial treatment is neither hormone nor antidepressant.