Menosan® Menopause Support - Unique formulation of isoflavones from fermented soy, magnesium and hibiscus
Our soy isoflavone product is obtained using an extract of fermented soya beans and provides 50mg of bioavailable phytoestrogenic soy isoflavones per day. This unique formulation also contains magnesium (known to help with symptoms such as tiredness and fatigue), hibiscus and vervain.
Menosan® Menopause Support can be used to help you through all stages of the menopause. Using fermented soya beans means that the important phytooestrogenic soy compounds (genistein, daidzein and glycitein) are more easily absorbed by the body.
If hot flushes, excessive sweating or night sweats are your main menopausal symptoms, you might like to consider using Menoforce®Sage Tablets - a licensed herbal remedy formulated specifically to treat menopausal hot flushes and night sweats.
Benefits & features of Menosan® Menopause Support
- Made from fermented soya beans
- Also contains magnesium and hibiscus
- Support for all stages of the menopause
- May be used with HRT
- Unique formulation
- GM Free, suitable for vegans
Menosan® Menopause Support is a herbal food (dietary) supplement.
Each tablet contains 405mg of tri-magnesium dicitrate anhydrous (equivalent to 56.7mg of elemental magnesium), 42mg of fermented soy bean extract (containing 60% isoflavones, providing 25mg of isoflavones), 35mg Hibiscus (Rumex acetasella) extract and 0.25mg Vervain essential oil.
The tablets also contain microcrystalline cellulose, beetroot juice powder and hydrogenated cottonseed oil.
HOW TO USE:
Adults: Take 1 tablet twice times daily (morning and evening) with food.
This product is not suitable for children.
Menosan® Menopause Support may be taken with HRT.
As with all food supplements, stomach upsets or nausea can sometimes occur, although not everyone will experience these symptoms.
Some people may also be allergic to the ingredients of Menosan®These reactions are usually short-lived and if present, should go away by themselves without the need of any treatment. However, if they are troubling you, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.