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Menopause Complex: Herbal Relief for Pre & Post Menopausal Symptoms
Menopause Complex Herbal Relief for Pre & Post Menopausal Symptoms

If you feel you are menopausal or premenopausal, you should try our Menopause Complex today! All women around the age of 50 years begin suffering from menopausal symptoms which include: anxiety, depression, hot flashes, heart palpitations, vaginal dryness, dry skin due to having an estrogen imbalance, frequent headaches, joint pain, bladder problems, and loss of libido. Fortunately, there are natural herbs available that can help combat menopausal symptoms and provide a balancing of hormones, most of which are found in our Menopause Complex.

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Menopause Complex Natural Herbal Ingredients Include:

Black Cohosh – is a perennial plant that is native to North America and has been used in North American Indian medicine for years. The North American Indians used Black Cohosh for an array of health conditions, but also to treat conditions that affected women’s reproductive organs, including inflammation of the uterus and ovaries, hot flashes, menstrual problems, and infertility.

Blessed Thistle – is a well-known herb that provides calcium, iron, manganese, phosphorus, and the Vitamin-B complex. It has been used to help provide relief of symptoms of menopause, including gastrointestinal distress and headaches.

Dong Quaiis an herb with antioxidant flavonoid compounds that has been used for centuries in Asia. This herb has proven to be very effective in helping women achieve hormonal balance and reduce symptoms of menopause.

False Unicornis an herb that has long been used to treat menopausal symptoms and help balance hormones. It has been used in treating ovarian cysts, infertility and menstrual problems as well.

Licorice – is known to help lower estrogen levels while raising progesterone levels. For years, Licorice has been used to help achieve hormonal balance during menopause.

Mexican Wild Yamhas been referred to as the “natural solution for both menopause and PMS. It contains diosgenin, a compound that possesses both estrogenic and progesterone-like effects and has been successfully used for years for hormone balancing problems.

Red Cloveris a isoflavone that has been used to treat menopause symptoms and provide relief. This wild plant’s isoflavones act as estrogen receptors and work to improve blood flow and prevent the formation of blood clots.

Red Raspberry Extract – is well-known to help improve the reproductive system and help with hormone balancing.

Sage Extract – is an effective herb that originally comes from the Mediterranean area. It contains phytoestrogen and has been proven to be particularly effective in the treatment of menopause symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats.

Soy Isoflavones – come from the soy plant, which has been used in Asia for more than 5,000 years both as a food and for its medicinal properties. Soy has been shown to help relieve menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, and fatigue. In addition, it has been shown to help increase bone density and help treat anxiety and depression.

Squaw Vine is an herb that has long been used for the treatment of hormonal imbalance and symptoms associated with menopause and menstruation, including edema mild mood changes, and cramping.

Vitex Berryhas been around for more than 2,500 years and has been used in traditional herbal medicine for its benefits in helping to relieve menopausal symptoms and premenstrual, and menstrual problems.

The ingredients found in our menopause product Menopause Complex have been used for years to balance hormones while gently cleansing the endocrine system. Why not try it for yourself today!

DISCLAIMER: These statements have not been approved by the FDA and we do not make any claims that this product or ingredient will cure, prevent, treat or even diagnose any disease. Studies linked here were conducted by independent labs for informational purposes. Please check with your doctor of choice for information regarding your own personal health profile and needs.

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