Sun Valley Nutraceuticals Menorryl, 30 servings (2 Capsules daily)
Special Ingredients: Dong Quai, Maca Root, Miura Puama
Brand: Sun Valley Nutraceuticals
Specific Uses For Product: Menopause Support
Product Benefits: Hot Flash Support, Hormonal Balance, Fatigue Management
Item Form: Capsule
Diet Type: Gluten Free
Dosage Form: Twice a day or as needed
Allergen Information: n/a
Material Feature: Natural
The product comes in a 60 Capsule bottle- Take 2 times daily or as needed Manufactured in USA
It’s no secret that menopause can bring on a slew of unpleasant symptoms. The most typical adverse effects of a woman going through this transition include mood swings, hot flashes, difficulties sleeping, sexual dysfunctions, and cognitive fog. With this product, we use some of the most prevalent herbs in conjunction with certain vitamins to assist and minimize the majority of symptoms that a woman may encounter during this transitional phase.
Epimedium may help women maintain healthy estrogen and estradiol levels, which could be advantageous to individuals going through menopause. They discovered that natural plant compounds in epimedium, such as icariin, had dynamic bioactivity effects that lasted longer than a typical menopause medicine.
Why Dong Quai?
Symptoms of menopause Various dong quai-containing combo products appear to alleviate menopausal symptoms. In menopausal women, taking a specific product containing dong quai and chamomile (Climex) appears to lessen hot flushes.
Why Tribulus Terrestris?
Because it proved efficient in lowering symptoms with few side effects, Tribulus terrestris may be a safe alternative for the treatment of hypoactive sexual drive disorder in postmenopausal women. Its most likely mode of action is a rise in free and bioavailable testosterone levels in the blood.
Catuaba is a type of plant. Catuaba is a supplement that is used to increase sexual excitement and treat male sexual performance issues. It’s also used to treat agitation, insomnia caused by high blood pressure, nervousness, chronic mental and physical exhaustion (neurasthenia), poor memory or amnesia, and skin cancer, as well as as a tonic.
Why Ginko Biloba?
Ginkgo biloba has been discovered to contain phytoestrogens (similar to red clover) that can naturally improve hormonal abnormalities by raising estrogen levels. According to a 2009 study, ginkgo biloba can help with PMS symptoms and mood swings that can occur before and throughout menopause.
Why Panax Ginseng?
Studies show that red ginseng can help postmenopausal women with both menopausal symptoms and cardiovascular risk factors. RG is preferable than traditional ginseng because it contains physiologically active components not seen in raw white ginseng.
It’s both safe and efficient.” Damiana, according to Watson, can balance women’s hormonal systems throughout menopause, lowering hot flashes, and correct adolescent girls’ erratic menstrual cycles.
This Ayurvedic herb has been used to lower stress hormones and increase blood flow to female reproductive organs. It can boost arousal and sensitivity, which can come in handy as you become older.
It can be used to treat less-well-known menopause symptoms including nausea and vomiting, as well as to soothe an upset stomach. It may also aid in the relief of stomach-churning menopause anxiety and stress.
Why Mucuna Pruriens?
Mucuna pruriens, often known as the dopa bean, is a natural herbal supplement used in Ayurvedic medicine, an ancient Indian technique that decreases stress, anxiety, increases attention, stimulates libido, and elevates mood.
Why Maca Root?
Maca has been shown in multiple trials to help with menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and sleep disturbances. According to a 2018 study, postmenopausal women who took maca had decreased levels of anxiety and “sexual dysfunction.”
Why Muira Puama?
Muira puamas also aid in stress reduction and trauma reduction. The amount of oxygen given to cells and tissues increases as circulation improves. An energy boost may be felt by people who are tired and exhausted.
Why Sarsaparilla Root?
Sarsaparilla is employed as a “synergist” in herbal blends. In other words, sarsaparilla saponins are thought to boost the bioavailability and absorption of other herbs.
Why Asparagus Extract?
Recent research reveals that a combination of herbal medicines, including A. racemosus, may alleviate the symptoms of menopause, in accordance with its historic use as a treatment for female reproductive disorders.
L-arginine has been shown to boost estrogen levels and decrease the amount of cysts in the ovary in menopausal clinical investigations, suggesting that it could be a contender for treating menopausal symptoms.
TSH levels may be reduced by using l-tyrosine supplements. Because tyrosine is a building block for thyroid hormones, boosting it can result in more thyroid hormones being produced.
Before taking any dietary supplements or vitamins, please be aware of your food allergies. If you start to experience adverse effects, please stop taking this product immediately. Consult with your physician before starting any new dietary or food supplements. Do not use if safety seal is damaged or missing. Store in a cool, dry place.
Vitamin A, B1, B3, B5, B6, b12, Zinc, L-Arginine, L-Tyrosine, BioPerine, Epimedium, Dong Quai,
Tribulus Terrestris, Catuaba, Ginko Biloba, Panax Ginseng, Damiana, Ashwaganda, Ginger, Mucuna Pruriens, Maca Root, Mira Puama, Sarsaparilla Root, Asparagus Extract
Other ingredients: Cellulose (Vegetable Capsule), rice flour vegetable magnesium stearate, silicone dioxide
Directions for Use:
Take (2) capsules a day preferably with food or as needed
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease