Research has been released detailing the interaction between herbal therapies and symptoms associated with menopause backing up claims suggested by EstroVive. Specifically Black Cohosh which has shown to relieve symptoms including hot flashes, irritability, mood swings, vaginal dryness and depression. Black Cohosh has been a popular antidote for women’s health issues in Europe since the mid-1950’s and acts the same as estrogen to naturally raise hormone levels.
Along with Black Cohosh, EstroVive contains several herbs which have a variety of benefits useful for women at any stage of menopause. They include:
- Soy Isoflavones is capable of relieving cramps and vaginal dryness
- Dong Quai helps maintain estrogen balance
- Licorice helps reduce night sweats and hot flashes
- Vitex Berry functions as a remedy for symptoms and cyclical mastalgia
- Red Clover helps control mood changes
- Mexican Wild Yam functions as a holistic estrogen replacement in hormone therapy
According to manufacturers, women have seen symptoms decrease within 3 days, however they advise you not to expect noticiable symptom relief before 1-3 weeks of use. EstroVive is meant to be taken every morning with breakfast. For best results, 2 capusles with food are recommended and it offers the best results after use for 60 days.
EstroVive is released as a subsidiary of CRInaturals, a popular herbal supplement brand. It is made using a formula of all natural ingredients that have been carefully sourced and tested in third party laboritories. All manufacturing facilities are located in the United States and abide by FDA and cGMP standards. EstroVive is backed by a no-questions-asked 90-day money back guarantee.
Highlighting the benefits of EstroVive, a recent user stated in her review, “Estrovive is simply put a life saver, I have been using it for 7 months now and so happy I found it, barely a single hot flash now! Try it is all I can say, I’m happy I did!”
To find out more about EstroVive menopause relief formula, please visit http://www.estrovive.com
Disclaimer: The content in this press release is for information purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for medical advice. As always, you should consult with a qualified healthcare professional before starting or stopping any medication, or nutritional supplement.