Meno Concept Soya

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ARE YOU A WOMAN Menstrual 40 YEARS OLD OVER AND ARE YOU EXPERIENCING A CHANGE IN MOOD?

This period of life can also cause one or several inconveniences such as: Hot flushes more or less intense, night sweats, a sense of irritability, an inability to sleep, palpitations, vaginal dryness, fatigue, and even depression. For some women, this time surrounding the pre-menopause and menopause is very difficult, while others barely notice it. This stage can last a decade and can often bring changes to the length of your period which could mean shorter or longer, more or less abundant and more or less regular, and finally stopping for good.

Fortunately, there is a natural solution without the use of hormones and without danger. To help you regain your normal life here are some of the plants that make an extraordinary difference.

Red clover, sage, soy bean, and hops flower, are all phyto-estrogens that is to say that they are joining the estrogens already produced by the ovaries and the adrenals to help them harmonize. The dong quai and the wild yam will balance and regulate the estrogen and progesterone, more action for the liver, bones, nerves, blood vessels and endocrine systems. This herbal blend works effectively to relieve hot flushes, vaginal dryness, nervousness, irritability and problems sleeping. According to several studies, it also protects the bones and heart while helping you stay away from breast cancer and cancer of the uterus, because it does not stimulate tumours but helps to prevent them.

IMPORTANT POINTS FOR TAKING MENO CONCEPT SOYA

Period of intake

Taking Meno Concept Soya must be made according to your excessive periods of hot flashes. This means that if your hot flashes are in the night, you will take Meno Concept Soya before going to bed, and if you experience them in the morning, you will take Meno Concept Soya at breakfast time.

Quantity to be taken

Pre menopause and early menopause: Follow basic dosage, or 2 capsules per day.

Advanced Menopause: Take 4 to 6 capsules per day. Return to 2 Capsules per day when you obtain the results that you desire.

Following the intake of natural or synthetic hormones: Take 3 capsules three distinct periods of the day. A total of 9 capsules per day. Decrease gradually when the hot flashes disappear until you are at you personal daily dosage.

CAUTION

Taking foods like chocolate for example can have a direct impact on your hot flashes. An adequate diet should always be considered.

INGREDIENTS

Wild Yam

Wild Yam has many effective uses. It is known to relax the muscles and promote glandular balance in women. Wild Yam contains diogenin, a steroid-like substance that can be converted into the female hormone progesterone.

Dong Quai

Dong Quai's constituents can act to stimulate the central nervous system which can remedy weakness and headaches associated with menstrual disorders. It strengthens internal reproductive organs, helps with endometriosis and internal bleeding or bruising. It relieves menopausal conditions such as vaginal dryness and hot flushes. Dong Quai has earned a reputation as the "ultimate herb" for women. It is used to restore balance to a woman's hormones and cycles.

Soy Bean

Soy bean has been used in food for centuries in Asia. Soy bean contains active substances like isoflavones, a molecule very close to estrogen, the phytoestrogen. For most women worldwide, the different troubles of menopause are linked to a decrease in the secretion of estrogens by the ovaries.

Hops Flowers

Hops is best known as the preservative and flavor used to make beer. However, hops has also been used by herbalists for centuries to reduce nervous tension. Hops acts as a natural sedative to calm the nerves and reduce stress and anxiety. Hops also promotes a good night's rest by counter-acting the effects of sleeplessness and insomnia.

Red Clover

Red clover is one of nature's richest sources of isoflavones. Isoflavones are the most estrogenically active of all the phytoestrogens. Red clover is a more complete isoflavone source than soy and includes greater levels of ononin, daidzein, genistein, formononetin, and biochanin A. The herb appears to act like the female hormone oestrogen; it is believed that it might help women with menopausal symptoms.

Sage Leaves

Sage contains a number of antioxidant compounds, and has a long history as an antibacterial. Based on this antiperspiration and drying effect, sage is also used for women who are sweating due to menopause.


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