SUPPORTS RESTFUL SLEEP & HELPS REDUCE NIGHT SWEATS
HELPS TO REMOVE OCCASIONAL MOODINESS AND HOT FLASHES
Soy isoflavones -Once in your body, soy isoflavones bind to the same receptors as estrogen. Receptors are like docking stations on the surface of cells. When isoflavones mimic estrogen, they might help reduce hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause.
Black Cohosh Extract - The roots of black cohosh are dried and made into teas, liquid extracts, and put into capsule form. Sometimes, black cohosh is used as one ingredient in an herbal mixture. Some studies say it does help reduce hot flashes and improves mood and sleep patterns for women during menopause.
Dong Quai Root - Dong quai is a plant. The root is used to make medicine. Dong quai is commonly taken by mouth for menopausal symptoms, menstrual cycle conditions such as migraines and many other conditions.
Chasteberry - is the fruit of the chaste tree, the plant was believed to promote chastity. It was also used for reproductive disorders. Today, chasteberry is used as a dietary supplement for menstrual problems, menopause symptoms, infertility, and other conditions. Chasteberry is available as a liquid extract, capsules, tablets, and an essential oil.
Wild Yam Extract - (scientific name (Dioscorea villosa) is a plant native to North America, Mexico, and part of Asia. The root and bulb of the plant have long been used for traditional medicine. The root and the bulb of the plant are used as a source of diosgenin, which is prepared as an “extract,” a liquid that contains concentrated diosgenin.
Gingko Biloba Leaf Extract- extract is collected from the dried green leaves of the plant and is available as liquid extracts, capsules, and tablets. may offer a range of health benefits, including improving cognitive function.
Red Clover -Red clover (Trifolium pratense) is an herb that belongs to the legume family, which also includes peas and beans. The flower tops are used to make medicine. Red clover's brightly colored flowers contain many nutrients including calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, and vitamin C. They're also a rich source of isoflavones.
Licorice Root - Due to its sweet flavor, licorice is also popular as a sweetener in candies, and manufacturers sometimes use it to mask the flavor of medications. Traditional practitioners believe that licorice root can treat a number of health conditions, including bronchitis, constipation, heartburn, gastric ulcer, eczema, and menstrual cramps.
Red Raspberry - Red raspberry is a plant that is the source of a widely eaten, tasty, sweet berry. Red raspberry fruit and leaf have also been used as medicine for centuries.
Ginger Root -Ginger root (Zingiber officinale) is well known as a remedy for travel sickness, nausea and indigestion and is used for wind, colic, irritable bowel, loss of appetite, chills, cold, flu, poor circulation, menstrual cramps, dyspepsia (bloating, heartburn, flatulence), indigestion and gastrointestinal problems such as gas and stomach cramps.
FOR ADULTS TAKE ONE (1) CAPSULE UP TO THREE TIMES DAILY, PREFERABLY WITH MEALS
INGREDIENTS (Per Three Capsule Serving): SOY ISOFLAVONES: 130 MG
BLACK COHOSH EXTRACT: 90 MG
DONG QUAI ROOT: 120 MG
CHASTEBERRY: 100 MG
WILD YAM EXTRACT: 100MG
GINGKO BILOBA LEAF EXTRACT: 30 MG
RED CLOVER: 80 MG
LICORICE ROOT: 120 MG
RED RASPBERRY: 100 MG
GINGER ROOT: 30 MG
OTHER INGREDIENTS: GELATIN CAPSULE, RICE POWDER, VEGETABLE MAGNESIUM STEARATE, SILICA