Menopause Relief* Plus
71% Reduction of Menopause Symptoms*†
- Relieves hot flashes
- Helps stop night sweats
- Reduces occasional restless sleep
- Reduces irritability
- Relieves stress^
- Reduces fatigue^
- Enhances libido and mood changes*
Two Key Ingredients For Effective Relief*
Menopause Relief Plus is a welcome alternative to Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) for menopausal symptoms.*
Black Cohosh EP40™
The dosage of black cohosh in this amazing product is the same clinically studied dosage validated by European research. It includes a full spectrum of phytonutrients that are responsible for consistent, safe, and effective menopause symptom relief.*
The clinically studied rhodiola in Menopause Relief* Plus is standardized to provide rosavins and salidroside, the herb's most beneficial compounds.
Tackles Tough Symptoms
The combination of Black Cohosh EP40 and Rhodiola EPR-7 was shown in a clinical trial to delivery more powerful relief than black cohosh alone, for even the most challenging menopause symptoms.*
71% Reduction of Menopause Symptoms†
PLUS Enhanced Energy*
^Occasional stress and fatigue. †As measured by the Kupperman Menopausal Index
Rhodiola (Rhodiola rosea) Root Extract
** Daily Value (DV) not established.
If pregnant or nursing, consult a healthcare practitioner before use.
Frequently Asked Questions
Not entirely. Clinical studies have shown that the dosage of black cohosh is only one factor tied to effectiveness. The quality of the black cohosh, concentration, and extraction processes are important, too. There is even speculation that very high dosages become ineffective as they rise higher on the bell curve. And, unfortunately, some black cohosh supplements are so adulterated, that they simply can’t support relief.
However, researchers have found that lower daily doses of quality, concentrated black cohosh provide effective, consistent, and on-going symptom relief. That is why Menopause Relief PLUS focuses on those factors, rather than simply bulking up on black cohosh levels.*
No, black cohosh does not contain any phytoestrogens, although there was a time when researchers thought that it did. It is a selective estrogen receptor modulator, or SERM, and does not bind to receptors in breast tissue. So, while black cohosh is not a hormone, and does not provide phytoestrogens, it does appear to support healthy estrogen levels.*†
No. While rhodiola does support mental and physical energy and stamina, it is an adaptogen, not a stimulant. Key compounds in the plant, rosavins and salidroside, are responsible for the herb’s ability to help you maintain a state of relaxed focus without making you jittery.*
†Supports healthy levels already within normal range.