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Women's Hormone Replacement - 90 Tablets
Women's Hormone Replacement - 90 Tablets

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Women's Hormone Replacement
90 Tablets


  • 24 All Natural Ingredients Working Synergistically to Support Women's Hormones
  • Clinically Studied Ingredients
  • Researched ingredients, Made in the USA in an FDA Inspected Facility


Black Cohosh - Dong Quai - Beta 1, D-Glucan - Evening Primrose - DHEA - Wild Yam - Licorice Root - Blessed Thistle - Sage - Royal Jelly - Sarsaparilla Root - Lecithin - Selenium -Magnesium - Calcium - Siberian Ginseng and more...

Read Below: Full Description, Clinical Studies & Research on Hormone Replacement.
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Description Supplement Facts

80%, yes 80% of Women Suffer From Hormonal Imbalance: On top of all the pressures and stressors of everyday life, women in their teens, 20s, 30s, 40's, 50s, and beyond are often faced with the physical, mental, and emotional effects of hormonal imbalance. These imbalances manifest primarily in the levels of two hormones in particular: estrogen and progesterone. Irregular menstrual cycles, pelvic pain, and uterine fibroids are just a few of the symptoms that can occur when the balance of these two hormones is off. Statistics actually show that 80 percent of women suffer from hormonal imbalance. Some women live with these imbalances without even realizing it; in fact, 70 percent are unaware of conditions like PCOS that may have manifested due to hormonal irregularities. Christine Mullin (MD, FACOG, IVF Director at Northwell Health Fertility)

Typical Signs of Hormonal Imbalance in Women:

Symptoms associated with the most common causes of hormonal imbalance include the following.

  • Unexplained weight gain or loss
  • Problems sleeping
  • Excessive sweating
  • Very dry skin and rashes
  • Irritability and anxiety
  • Long term fatigue
  • Increased thirst
  • Changes in blood pressure, heart rate, and blood sugar
  • Decreased sex drive.
  • Infertility
  • Heavy, Irregular & Painful Periods
  • Hot Flashes
  • Breast Tenderness
  • Acne Before and During Menstruation
  • Hair Grown on Face and Neck or Skin Tags
  • Darkening of the Skin in Neck Creases, Groin Area, and Under Breasts

Black Cohosh: Traditionally used for menopausal symptoms, it is believed to have estrogen-like effects and may help alleviate hot flashes and mood swings.

Dong Quai: Thought to have estrogenic effects and may be used for menopausal symptoms.

Beta 1, D-Glucan: Primarily known for its immune-modulating properties, it may indirectly influence hormonal balance by supporting overall health.

Evening Primrose: Contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which is a precursor to prostaglandins. It may help regulate hormonal balance, particularly in relation to the menstrual cycle.

DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone): A precursor to sex hormones, including estrogen and testosterone. Some believe supplementing with DHEA may support hormonal balance, especially during menopause.

Wild Yam: Contains diosgenin, a compound that can be converted into progesterone. It has been traditionally used to support hormonal balance.

Licorice Root: May have mild estrogenic effects and is believed to support hormonal balance.

Blessed Thistle: It is thought to have galactagogue properties and may influence hormone levels.

Sage: May help regulate estrogen levels and alleviate menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes.

Royal Jelly: Contains nutrients that may support overall health.

Sarsaparilla Root: Traditionally used to support hormonal balance.

Lecithin: Contains choline, which is involved in the production of acetylcholine and is essential for overall health, including hormonal balance.

Selenium: An essential mineral that supports the conversion of thyroid hormones and has antioxidant properties.

Magnesium gluconate and Calcium: Important minerals for overall health, including bone health, and may play a role in hormonal regulation.

Siberian Ginseng: An adaptogen that may help the body cope with stress, potentially influencing hormone levels indirectly.

Soy Extract: Contains phytoestrogens, which are plant compounds with estrogen-like effects. It may be used by some women to alleviate menopausal symptoms.

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