Estroven Weight Management Multi-Symptom Menopause Relief Capsules
- Formulated for women who are experiencing the effects of menopause
- Contains Soy Isoflavones and Black Cohosh for hot flashes and night sweats.*
- Ingredient Syntetrim CQ believed to balance serotonin levels.*
- Also includes other naturally-sourced herbal ingredients associated with women's health.*
- Available in stores and from online retailers.
- Suggested use is two capsules each day.
- Once box contains sixty capsules. (a one month supply)
- The suggested price per box is $21.99 but prices vary.
- Learn more about this and the other Estroven products by visiting www.estroven.com.
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The human body is amazing, isn't it? Having lived in one for almost half a century I have been awed, baffled, and sometimes even horrified by the things that go on within my skin. Every stage of life comes with new experiences and some take a little bit of getting used to.
Women of my mother's generation used to refer to menopause as 'the change'. It isn't hard to see why. A lot of things are going on all at once! It is fairly typical to experience hot flashes, night sweats, weight gain around the middle, and some interesting mood swings. Many of us also feel a decrease in energy and difficulty maintaining mental focus.
The makers of Estroven products want to help to relieve some of these symptoms naturally without the use prescription medications. They have a variety of products so that women can choose the one that best targets their problem.
I was happy to try the Weight Management formula. While I experience a gamut of symptoms the most disturbing for me was the way my mid section began to thicken and how I was having daily fluctuations in my weight accompanied by bloating. I was eager to keep that in check.
The supplement is comprised of a mix of natural herbs combined with Soy Isoflavones and Black Cohosh which many women find helpful for hot flashes and night sweats. (Of course, anyone with soy intolerance or allergy should not use this product!) There is also an ingredient called Synetrim CQ. This is added to combat the effects of declining serotonin and estrogen. I did some reading about the product and the ingredients, checked with my doctor, and then decided I would give it a try.
A box of capsules looks like this and contains three sheets of blister packs. Each sheet has twenty capsules.
The suggested use is to take one capsule each morning and another in the evening. While I was taking them regularly I did notice that after about two weeks I had more comfortable restful sleep and less carb cravings. I did not have as many crazy weight fluctuations from day to day and I had a better feeling of overall wellness.
I had to stop taking the supplement for a month when my physician put me on a new medication for my auto immune problems. (We wanted to see how my body reacted to the new medication without anything that might interfere with it.) I have now been taking the Estroven again for about two weeks and I feel the same overall impact. It is suggested that the maximum benefits occur after about 8 weeks of use, so I hope I will continue to see improvement.
Of course, everyone is different, and results will vary.
Estroven Weight Management is drug-free and does not contain synthetic estrogen.So, are any other ladies interested in trying this product? The company has been very generous and is offering a prize of THREE boxes of Estroven to FIVE lucky winners. Because this is such a niche product and I get to choose so many winners the odds are pretty good that you could win this one! If you would like to try your luck, use the form below to enter.
As with any dietary supplement, please inform your health care professional before taking. Do not take if pregnant, breastfeeding or intending to become pregnant. Keep out of reach of children.
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Although I have been compensated by i-Health, Inc., the makers of Estroven Weight Management, in the form of free product to try - the opinions expressed in this blog are independent and not associated with i-Health.