There is a lot of responsibility that comes with being a woman. Some life occurrences are part of the female nature and cannot be avoided. For example, women are responsible for child birth and spend a great deal of their lives under the wrath of monthly menstrual cycles. Until they reach menopause, their bodies are devoted to an ongoing system of ovulation and menstruation to prepare them for pregnancy. This is all controlled by natural hormones in the body. But what happens when menopause knocks at your door? During menopause that menstrual cycle is inevitably stopped-leaving the body to adjust to a seriously new level of chemicals. This is why hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, and mental clarity are all off balanced during peri and post-menopausal woman. This is where Mendapause comes into play.

Mendapause is a brand of naturally healing menopausal medications-including an oral supplement that helps balance phytoestrogens and a cream that helps balance progesterone. It is formulated to help women cope with menopause both physically and mentally.

Mendapause (pill or cream) is not considered a “band-aid” treatment. Instead of being used to only treat the side effects of menopause, it works for a greater goal of balancing the body in entirety. That means while ingredients like Sage Extract, Chamomile Flower Extract, and Rosemary Leaf Extract work to help balance mental clarity, night sweats, and hot flashes, other ingredients like False Unicorn, Chaste (Vitex) Berry, and Soy Isoflavones work to balance phytoestrogens and progesterone. By acknowledging the hormone balances as the root of the problem, Mendapause can successfully balance a women’s body internally from a physical, internal, and mental health aspect.

Other ingredients used in Mendapause are Licorice Extract, Red Clover Extract, Wild Yam, Red Raspberry, USP Progesterone, Dong Quai Root Extract, Smilax Officinalis Root Extract, Saw Palmetto Extract, Lemongrass Oil, Comfrey Roof Extract, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Carrot Oil and Aloe Vera.

Something to take precaution with is the potential side effects of the product line itself. Although it is a safe and natural product line, there are a few things to look out for. For example, the black cohosh used in the formula isn’t paired well with anti-depressants. Although there is not a lot of licorice in the formula, it may not be best to pair it with heart or diabetes medications. Seeking a doctor’s approval is always recommended to subdue and concerns and questions. Finally, every recommended to take Mendapause with a meal to help avoid gas and indigestion.



Source by Paul A Buchanan