SUPPORTING MENOPAUSE

Our top sellers work in synergy to help balance our hormones and ease the symptoms of menopause . For the very best results, purchase all 3 and receive a 10% discount plus free shipping!

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FCS-II

FCS II is a traditional female formula designed to help relieve the symptoms associated with pre- and postmenstrual syndrome (PMS). Woman have long embraced herbal medicines partly because herbal medicine for the female reproductive and hormonal systems have generally been quite effective.

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F.E. Formula

F.E. Formula, short for Flash Ease, is a traditional herbal formula to support a woman during menopause. It consists of the time-honoured herbs black cohosh (concentrated to 2.5% triterpene glycosides) and Chinese herb dong quai. 

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Women's Formula

Women's Formula is a formula of traditional herbs to help ease the symptoms of menopause and premenstrual symptoms. It consists of the time-honoured herbs black cohosh and Chinese herb dong quai, to name a few. Black cohosh is also traditionally used to relax skeletal muscle and ease nervous tension.

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Wild Yam & Chaste Tree

Chaste tree is used in Herbal Medicine to help relieve premenstrual symptoms, as a hormone normaliser to help stabilize menstrual cycle irregularities and to help relieve symptoms associated with menopause, such as hot flushes. Formula combines the time-honoured herbs wild yam and chaste tree as standardized extracts.

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KC-X

KC-X contains kelp which is a source of iodine and nutritionally supports thyroid function and prevents iodine deficiency. Supportive herbs in this combination are Irish moss plant, black walnut hulls, parsley herb and sarsaparilla root.

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Master G

Master G Formula is a vitamin and mineral formula in a non-medicinal base of herbs.

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