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Research Supports Herbal Menopause Relief

Aug 30, 2016 10:53AM

Natural Health International’s (NHI) Femmenessence, an herbal formulation that has been shown in clinical studies to significantly reduce menopausal symptoms for up to 80 percent of women, is now available locally at Good Health Natural Foods located at 1630 Hancock Street, in Quincy. According to the authors in the International Journal of Biomedical Science (2006 Dec; 2(4): 360–374), Maca-GO, the proprietary ingredient in Femmenessence was observed to reduce the frequency and severity of hot flashes, excessive sweating, interrupted sleep pattern, nervousness, depression, headaches and loss of libido/interest in sex. They further concluded that full benefit could only be achieved after two consecutive months of use.

 “The transition to menopause should be relatively symptom free. After all, it’s not an illness, despite what women have been led to believe,” says Jan Roberts, pharmacist, clinical nutritionist and bestselling author.

 According to a company spokesperson, Femmenessence is organic, kosher, vegan, pure, global trade and environmentally friendly. By establishing infrastructure and manufacturing operations in Peru, NHI has created industry with year-round employment while engaging in environmentally sustainable and organic farming practices. Femmenessence is packaged in the United States in a GMP, organic and kosher-certified facility utilizing oxygen-barrier blister packs, which keep the product stable for up to three years versus six months for packs or bottles.

 To learn more about Femmenessence, visit NaturalHI.com. 

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