Herb-e-concept - meno concept 60 vcaps

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Meno Concept by Herb-E-Concept

Meno Concept is a formula of Herb-e-Concept reducing symptoms of menopause.

What does Meno Concept do?

Helpful in cases of :

  • Hot flashes
  • Estrogen deficit
  • Irregular menstrual cycles
  • Painful menstruation
  • Anxiety

Who should use Meno Concept?

Meno Concept is strongly recommended to women with symptoms of menopause. It can really help reduce a lot of unpleasent symptoms.

Wild Yam

Wild Yam has many effective uses. It is known to relax the muscles and promote glandular balance in women. Wild Yam contains diogenin, a steroid-like substance that can be converted into the female hormone progesterone.

Dong Quai

Dong Quai's constituents can act to stimulate the central nervous system which can remedy weakness and headaches associated with menstrual disorders. It strengthens internal reproductive organs, helps with endometriosis and internal bleeding or bruising. It relieves menopausal conditions such as vaginal dryness and hot flashes. Dong Quai has earned a reputation as the "ultimate herb" for women. It is used to restore balance to a woman's hormones and cycles.

Black Cohosh

The black cohosh herb is widely used as a treatment for symptoms of menopause. When taking black cohosh, women report distinct improvements in hot flashes, sweating, headache, vertigo, heart palpitations, tinnitus, nervousness, irritability, sleep disturbance, anxiety, vaginal dryness, and depression. In an open study of 629 women, standardized black cohosh extract produced significant symptomatic benefits in approximately 80% of them.

Hops Flowers

Hops is best known as the preservative and flavor used to make beer. However, hops has also been used by herbalists for centuries to reduce nervous tension. Hops acts as a natural sedative to calm the nerves and reduce stress and anxiety. Hops also promotes a good night's rest by counter-acting the effects of sleeplessness and insomnia.

Red Clover

Red clover is one of nature's richest sources of isoflavones. Isoflavones are the most estrogenically active of all the phytoestrogens. Red clover is a more complete isoflavone source than soy and includes greater levels of ononin, daidzein, genistein, formononetin, and biochanin A. The herb appears to act like the female hormone estrogen; it is believed that it might help women with menopausal symptoms.

Sage Leaves

Sage contains a number of antioxidant compounds, and has a long history as an antibacterial. Based on this antiperspiration and drying effect, sage is also used for women who are sweating due to menopause.


Take two (2) capsules daily, preferably away from meals.


Méno Concept Régulier

  • Chasteberry 224 mg (Vitex Angus-Castus – Fruit)
  • Hops 200 mg (Humulus lupulus – Strobile)
  • Sage 130 mg (Salvia Officinalis – Leaf)
  • Black cohosh 120 mg (Actea Racemosa – Roots and Rhizome) 4: 1 Equiv. to 480 mg of dried root and rhizome Aglycone Isoflavones Equiv.
  • Wild Yam 80 mg (Dioscorea villosa – Root) 10: 1 Extract equiv. to 800 mg dried root.
  • Red clover 80 mg (Trifolium pratense – Whole Herb) 40: 1 Extract equiv. to 3200 mg dried root providing 6.4 mg AIE.

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