Female 1 - Peripause & Menolief 1 - Natural Phytohormones To Reduce Hot Flushes


Phytohormones & Phytoestrogens


Phytoestrogens are a natural compound found in plants.

When phytoestrogens enter the body, the body's estrogen receptors treat them as if they were estrogen.

Benefits of Phytoestrogens:

  • May relieve uncomfortable hot flashes
  • May balance hormone levels




Genistein has been shown to help maintain normal cell function and growth. Genistein and daidzein also promote and support immune system and bone marrow health.





Lactobacillus Spores


Lactobacillus are friendly bacteria used as a probiotic and can be found in foods such as yoghurt.




Resveratrol is widely known for being found in red wine and is a natural phenol - it's also in grapes.

Benefits of Resveratrol:

  • May contribute to the reduction of menopausal symptoms
  • May help pain perception
  • May contribute to the improvement of cognitive function in menopausal women




Macs is a plant that grows in Peru, mainly in the Andes mountains.

Benefits of Maca:

  • May contribute to the improvement of sexual function
  • May contribute to the alleviation of menopausal symptoms
  • May contribute to the reduction of hot flushes


Beta Sitosterols


Beta-Sterols is one of many sterols that is found in nearly all plants.


Black Cohosh


Black Cohosh is a flowering plant in North America from the buttercup family.

It is commonly known for being used for perimenopause.

Benefits of Black Cohosh:

  • May contribute to reduction of hot flashes
  • May contribute to reduction of night sweats


Red Clover


Red Clover is a rich natural sources of isoflavones which are widely consumed by women during later life.

To get the required amount of isoflavones would mean eating large amounts of legume plants, such as peas and beans - this can be difficult to achieve in large enough quantities.

Red Clover is a rich source of isoflavones Biochanin-A, Formononetin, Diadzein and Genistein.


Kudzu Root


The Kudzu Root is a vine that belongs to the pea family that has been used since 2000BC.

Benefits of Kudzu Root:

  • May contribute to reduction of hot flashes