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- Vaginal dryness
- Hot Flashes
- Night Sweats
- Source of Natural
(Plant Based Estrogen)
It is estimated that as many as 85 % of postmenopausal women have experienced a menopause-related symptom in their lifetime. It is estimated at approximately 40 to 50 million women in the United States experience discomfort and loss of enjoyment of everyday life as they begin their menopause period.
At HerbaMAX Canada, it is our mission to create natural supplements that help people live their life to the fullest. no matter their age or health condition. As a result. we would like to introduce our latest natural supplement.
It contains a cocktail of the most powerful. and effective ingredients that have been clinically proven to provide relief from menopause symptoms including vaginal dryness relief.
Based on current research, black cohosh is most likely to relieve symptoms related to reductions or imbalances in the hormone estrogen. A 2010 review concluded menopausal women experienced a 26 percent reduction in night sweats and hot flashes when using black cohosh supplements.
Maca, which raises estradiol levels, can help with vaginal dryness. One review of four studies in menopausal women found that maca helped alleviate menopausal symptoms, including hot flashes and interrupted sleep. Additionally, animal studies suggest that maca can help protect bone health (women have a higher risk of osteoporosis after menopause).
If you’re approaching menopause and experiencing vaginal dryness as a result of fluctuating estrogen levels, your herbalist might suggest dandelion to help restore normal vaginal lubrication. Dandelion leaf is highly effective for menstrual bloating, PMS, and the breast tenderness associated with water retention. The root supplies essential nutrients needed by the liver to help produce and regulate the production of hormones.
Studies have concluded that damiana has a beneficial effect on sexual debility and nervous tension. It is especially good for coping with menopausal symptoms, PMS, frigidity, and hot flashes; but it is known to increase sex drive in men, as well as women. After using damiana, 73 percent of the women reported an overall improvement in their sex lives, compared with just 372 percent of those in the placebo group. They reported reduction of vaginal dryness and more frequent sexual intercourse.
Declining hormone levels in the years up to and after menopause can cause hot flashes, sweating, vaginal dryness, and even mild depression. Chasteberry (alone or combined with herbs such as dong quai or black cohosh) works to stabilize these hormone levels and can be beneficial in controlling symptoms.
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.”
Vitex agnus-castus’ hormone-balancing effects may also help relieve symptoms of menopause. In one study, Vitex oils were given to 23 menopausal women. Women reported improved menopause symptoms, including better mood and sleep.
|POWERFUL, NATURAL INGREDIENTS|
|Actaea racemose Also known as Black Cohosh||40.0 milligrams||12.000 : 1 DHE: 480 milligrams Dry|
|Angelica sinensis Also known as Dong Ouai||125.0 milligrams||10.000 : 1 DHE: 1250 milligrams Dry|
|Lepidium meyenii Also known as Maca||75.0 milligrams||20.000: 1 DHE: 1500 milligrams Dry|
|Taraxacum officinale Also known as Dandelion||65.0 milligrams||4.000: 1 DHE: 260 milligrams Dry|
|Turnera diffusa Also known as Damiana||25.0 milligrams||20.000 : 1 DHE: 500 milligrams Dry|
|Vitex agnus-castus Also known as Chasteberry||125.0 milligrams||10.000 : 1 DHE: 1250 milligrams Dry|