Throughout a woman's lifetime, her body naturally goes through transitional hormonal states. Keeping the body and mind balanced through the hormonal fluctuations of PMS and menopause is vital to maintaining an optimal quality of life. Phyto-Estrogen couples modern science with traditional herbal wisdom to optimize female hormone balance and well-being.
Serving Size: 3 capsules daily
Servings Per Container: 30
Amount per Serving Size:
Black Cohosh Root (Actaea racemosa) 50 mg
Proper Synergisitic Blend: 486 mg
Alfalfa Leaf (Medicago sativa)
Chaste Tree Berry (Vitex agnus-castus)
Red Clover Blossoms (Trifolium pratense)
Wild Oats Milky Seed (Avena sativa)
Blue Vervain Herb (Verbena hastata)
Dandelion Leaf and Root (Taraxacum officinale)
St. John's Wort Flower Buds (Hypericum perforatum)
Sage Leaf (Salvia officinalis)
Other ingredients: Vegetable glycerin, vegetable cellulose (capsule)
Each 3 capsules contain 3,000 mg crude herb equivalent
Take 1 capsule 3 times daily between meals. Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation. If you have a medical condition or take pharmaceutical drugs, please consult with your Doctor before using this product. Keep away from children. Use only as directed on label.
The triterpine glycosides, particularly 27 deoxyacetin and acetin, are the chemicals used to standardize the most effective preparations used in published clinical trials. It is approved by the German Comission E monographs for the following applications; complaints of premenstrual, dysmenorrhoeic, or climacteric origin. In one randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled comparative clinical trial, 80 women with climacteric symptoms received a standardized preparation of Black Cohosh, conjugated estrogens (.625 mg/day) or placebo for 12 weeks. At the end of the treatments patients receiving Black Cohosh had improved compared to both placebo and estrogen. Both physical (measured by the Kupperman index) and psychological (measured by the Hamilton Anxiety Scale) symptoms were significantly improved. More research is needed to fully understand the exact mechanism of activity.
First discovered by the Arabs, they called the plant the "father of all foods". They fed it to their horses claiming it made the animals fast and healthy. The leaves of the plant are rich in minerals and nutrients, including calcium, magnesium, potassium, and carotene. Alfalfa is also rich in protein, vitamins E and K. The plant extract is used by food producers as a source of chlorophyll and carotene.
Chaste Tree berry has been well studied in clinical trials to support normal hormone levels, particularly progesterone. Many studies to date have demonstrated positive clinical outcomes for conditions related to the female menstrual cycle.
St. John's Wort
There have been hundreds of randomized controlled studies on St. Johns Wort Extract, many using the total Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HAMD) and the Zerssen Depression scale (DS) while comparing the herbal extract to anti-depressant drugs. While not all studies have shown a positive clinical effect, the majority do favor a positive effect on mood, particularly when whole plant extracts are used. The flavonoids hypericin and hyperforin have been the most lauded chemicals contained in St. Johns Wort that may be responsible for its pharmacological activity; yet with all the research, it is still unclear which chemicals, if any, are responsible for its activity. The flowers contain many antioxidants such as Rutin, Quercitin, and Lutein. One of the best reviews published in Phytomedicine in 2002 compiled results from 34 controlled, double blinded studies on over 3000 patients and found positive results when using between 300 and 1000 mg of extract per day. More research is needed to determine the exact mechanism of therapeutic action in this plant.