Female Hormone Support has been carefully crafted to help combat the symptoms of PMS, the perimenopause and menopause.
Female Hormone Support can help to:
- Alleviate the symptoms of the perimenopause and menopause
- Relieve symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
- Support female reproductive health and function
- Support natural libido and sexual desire
- Calm stress and mood swings
- Support a healthy menstrual cycle
- Suma (Pfaffia) powder
- Reishi mushroom
- Schisandra berry
- Red clover
- Vitamin B6
Gluten and dairy-free
Gluten and dairy-free
How to take
Take one to two capsules a day as desired. Read more
Who shouldn't take this
you are pregnant, breast feeding, undergoing hormone therapy or have polycystic
ovaries, endometriosis, fibroids then this product is not suitable for you. Read more
'Since taking Female Hormone Support, I have noticed that my period pain has drastically improve. My period is no longer as heavy plus my hormonal outbreaks and hot flushes have practically disappeared!' Rejuvenated Customer
Suma is an adaptogen and relieves stress. It helps to promote health oestrogen, progesterone and testosterone levels. It is anti-inflammatory and enhances the immune system.
Hops contain phytoestrogens and are believed to be effective for calming PMS and menopausal symptoms, including sleep disturbances, fatigue and vaginal dryness.
Hemp contains a substance called gamma-linolenic acid which is converted into the protective hormone prostaglandin which in turn helps to regulate hormones in the body.
Alfalfa helps to relieve menopausal symptoms and acts as a diuretic to reduce bloating and water retention during the hormonal cycle. It’s associated with lowering cholesterol levels and supports healthy blood sugar levels.
Reishi mushrooms help to balance hormones and remove toxins from our body.
Schisandara berry is an adaptogen which helps to reduce stress and balance hormones.
Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb that helps the body adapt to stress.
Red clover contains high level of isoflavones which the human body can convert into phytoestrogens. It helps to calm hot flushes, improved mood swings, reduce cyclical breast discomfort and tenderness.
Selenium helps to promote healthy thyroid metabolism.
Vitamin B6 and B12
Vitamin B6 and B12 play a significant role in keeping our hormones balanced.
Who shouldn't take this?
If you are pregnant, breast feeding, undergoing hormone therapy or have polycystic ovaries, endometriosis, fibroids then this product is not suitable for you. Food supplements must not be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. If you are taking medication or have any health concerns, please consult a doctor before use. Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. Keep out of reach of children.
How to take
Take one to two capsules a day as desired. Store in a dry environment. Once opened, reseal the pouch and consume within 60 days.
Female Hormone Support (60 Capsules) FAQs
Q: Why should I take Female Hormone Support?
A: Monthly cycles, and other changes in our bodies can easily throw our hormones out of balance, affecting our appetite and metabolism, circadian rhythms, heart rate, body temperature and more. Female Hormone Support can help to combat these changes.
Q: How will taking this supplement help with the peri-menopausal and menopause?
A: Containing suma powder, hops, alfalfa, reishi mushroom, vitamin B6 and more, this supplement helps to reduce hot flashes, decrease irritability and promote a more restful sleep. … Read more
Q: How will Female Hormone Support help with PMS?
A: The blend of pfaffia, hops, schizandra, ashwagandha and reishi helps to calm and alleviate stress while promoting hormone balance.
Q: How should I take Female Hormone Support to reduce PMS?
A: If you experience symptoms for just a few days before your period, take Female Hormone Support from the two days before you expect to start your symptoms.
Q: What should I do if I am suffering discomfort from my symptoms?
A: It is important to realise that each person will experience different symptoms. If you have any concerns or are experiencing discomfort, we recommend that you contact your doctor or healthcare practitioner.