Women enduring Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) suffer symptoms of mood swings, depression, irritability, fatigue, tenderness, weight gain, insomnia, cramps, headaches and food cravings, while many women suffer multiple symptoms. Health professionals agree that healthy lifestyle strategies can effectively help manage and reduce PMS symptoms, but there are alternatives. Women's Blend is a unique natural remedy that can help manage the symptoms that often accompany hormonal fluctuations from the start of menstruation through till menopause.
The pomegranate is known for its disease-fighting and free radical neutralizing antioxidant potential. Studies suggest that pomegranate juice may contain almost three times the total antioxidant ability compared with the same quantity of green tea or red wine. It also provides a substantial amount of potassium, it is high in fibre, and contains vitamin C and niacin.
are powerful plant substances chemically similar to the female hormone estrogen. When the body's natural levels of estrogen drop, as they do with menopause, soy isoflavones can compensate by binding to some of the cell receptor sites that estrogen once did. Menopausal symptoms improve as a result by reducing the frequency and severity of hot flashes and other menopausal difficulties. Furthermore, the phytoestrogens in soy may help to offset the action of the body's natural estrogen, which is often responsible for instigating the monthly pain, heavy bleeding, and other symptoms of endometriosis.
are a good source of potassium as well as phytoestrogens called ligans that are studied for the potential to prevent hormone-related types of cancer.
is important in treating women's reproductive-tract disorders and menstrual-related complaints. Although it contains no hormones or hormone-like substances, the herb influences hormonal activity by stimulating the pituitary gland at the base of the brain to produce more luteinizing hormone (LH). This in turn signals the ovaries to produce more of the hormone progesterone. Chasteberry also acts to lower elevated levels of a second pituitary hormone, prolactin, which is involved in breast-milk production. Before their periods, many women find themselves irritable, depressed, and bloated. These typical PMS symptoms may occur because of an insufficient production of progesterone in the two weeks prior to menstruation. Chasteberry helps to normalize the ratio of progesterone to estrogen, thus providing relief from these monthly discomforts. Chasteberry's ability to lower prolactin concentrations as well as to restore the estrogen-progesterone balance may offer significant relief.
contains vital phytoestrogens that have a mild estrogenic effect, making the herb potentially useful in easing certain symptoms of PMS, including irritability, bloating, and breast tenderness.
reputation as a female tonic rests largely with its ability to reduce the symptoms of PMS and regulate the menstrual cycle. Countless women have used it to treat amenorrhea (irregular or absent periods) and menorrhagia (heavy bleeding or prolonged periods). The herb's long-standing popularity for reducing menstrual cramps has been ascribed to its anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic actions. Dong quai treats not only menstrual irregularities but, also the symptoms associated with the menstrual cycle. Dong quai helps reduce the frequency of migraine headaches during the menstrual cycle and it works well in combination with chasteberry to restore the hormonal imbalances that can often cause the severe pain of endometriosis (endometriosis occurs when tissue that looks and acts like endometrial tissue is found outside the uterus, usually inside the abdominal cavity causing severe pain, abnormal bleeding and cramps as well as difficulty becoming pregnant). When taken together, the herbs can also relax the uterine muscle. Recommended Use or Purpose:
Natural estrogen with pomegranate extract for healthy female hormone support. Recommended Dose (Adults)
Read the entire label and follow the directions carefully prior to use:
Take orally 3 capsules in the morning or as directed by a qualified health care professional. Recommended Duration of Use:
This women’s formula should be taken at the beginning of the menstrual cycle for pre-menopausal women, and every day for postmenopausal women. Risk Information: Caution/Warning
Discontinue use if unusual symptoms occur.
Consult your health care professional regarding the use of this product during pregnancy or with prescription drugs. Contraindications:
Not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.