Glycine max (120mg):
Isoflavones in extracts of Glycine max are one of the most commonly used phytoestrogens. Research suggests that these isoflavones may help reduce various menopausal symptoms, particularly the frequency and severity of hot flushes. It is beneficial in the management of a range of health problems including high blood pressure and traditionally used to relieve vaginal inflammation.
Cordyceps sinensis (80 mg):
Extracts of this rare mushroom have been used traditionally for centuries to treat fatigue and sexual dysfunction in both men and women. Energy and sexual function go hand-in-hand and Cordyceps is known to boost both. Research suggests that Cordyceps may boost oxygen uptake during exercise, helping the body work more efficiently. Cordyceps is also commonly used to enhance kidney function, invigorate the lungs, improve respiratory health and promote general strength.
Pueraria lobata (80mg):
Also known as Kudzu, this herb is traditionally used as a herbal remedy for menopausal symptoms, as well as an ingredient in preparations for conditions affecting menopausal women, such as osteoporosis, coronary heart disease, and some hormone-dependent cancers. It has also been used to increase libido and aid weight loss. The scientific basis for its action may be its action as a phytoestrogen.
Rhodiola rosea (60mg):
Rhodiola rosea has a long history of use and it has been studied extensively. Its anti-stress and fatigue-fighting properties make it one of the most popular botanicals in all of Siberia. The root is traditionally used to promote energy, endurance and stamina. It has also enjoyed a very long history for improving mental performance and promoting sexual health in women.
Dioscorea villosa (60mg):
Wild yam is often promoted as a natural alterative to estrogen therapy and has long been used for its benefits in women’s reproductive health including premenstrual syndrome, menstrual cramps and to alleviate symptoms of menopause such as vaginal dryness. It is also commonly used to increase energy and sexual drive in both men and women. Wild Yam can be very beneficial for nervousness, restlessness and other nervous conditions.
Vitis vinifera (30mg):
Vitis vinifera commonly known as grape seed extract contains Proanthocyanidins which are known to relieve the physical and psychological symptoms of menopause while increasing muscle mass in middle-aged women. Grape seed extract is also very beneficial for cardiovascular health and studies show that it promotes healthy blood flow and reduces blood pressure.
Astragalus membranaceus (30mg):
Astragalus is generally cardio-protective and has been successfully used as a herbal remedy for high blood pressure. The root has excellent anti-inflammatory properties and is useful in reducing the severity of inflammatory conditions and protects against the damage caused by chronic inflammation. This property promotes faster healing of wounds and infections by limiting the inflammatory response.
Angelica sinensis (30mg):
Angelica has been called “female ginseng” due to its properties that made it a popular cure for female-related health issues. The plant has been used for menstrual cramps, anaemia associated with menstruation, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), pelvic pain, recovery from childbirth and fatigue. Angelica is also used in both men and women for heart conditions, high blood pressure, inflammation, headache, infections and nerve pain.
Piper nigrum (5mg):
Stimulates digestion and helps make the nutrients more available and accessible to the body thereby maximizing the efficiency of those nutrients.