Support for Women during Menopause
As a woman ages, her body experiences a number of changes, many of which
are the result of shifting hormone levels. This progression leads to
changes in the menstrual cycle and eventually culminates in menopause with
its many uncomfortable side effects.
Vitabase Woman’s Support is a combination
of natural herbs and supplements designed to support women's health during
Black cohosh has a history of use
for women’s health issues dating back to Native Americans. Today it
finds widespread application in gynecological issues from menstruation to
menopause. It is particularly useful for menopausal symptoms in the
Dong quai has been used extensively
in Chinese herbal medicine as a natural remedy for treating menstrual
Chasteberry has also been used for
many years to support relief from PMS and menopause. Current scientific
evidence suggests it is effective in helping with many related
Red clover has been used for
centuries as nutritional support for hot flashes.
Sage is regarded as a natural way to
ease night sweats.
Licorice is commonly known as a food
item, but scientists now know it contains health-promoting flavonoids.
Mexican yam has long been considered
an herb to help with women’s issues. In 1936, it was discovered to
contain diosgenin, a chemical used to create synthetic progesterone and
the hormone DHEA.
False unicorn is commonly used for
menstrual pain and irregularities.
Squaw vine was used for many years
by Native Americans for irregular menstruation.
Blessed thistle has traditionally been used
for women's issues.
Red raspberry contains a number of
beneficial components including flavonoids, tannin, and the minerals
magnesium, iron, manganese, and calcium. Women have used raspberries for
centuries to help during pregnancy.
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Label Information and Ingredients:
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take two (2) capsules daily
with a meal. For best results, this product should be used for 4 to 5
weeks. Do not exceed two capsules daily.