Sage Menopause Forte, 30 tablets, 425mg each
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Sage Menopause Tablets
Support for hot flashes and sweats in small easy to take tablets. Herbalist have found that sage acts as an anti-hydrotic, meaning it decreases sweating associated with hot flashes and night sweats.
Each tablet contains 15 mg dried extract of organically grown Sage. Equivalent to 1000 mg fresh Sage extract.
Other Ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose and cottonseed oil. No pesticides, insecticides, fungicides or chemical fertilizers used in growing these herbs.
Adults: 1 tablet twice daily.
Made according to Swiss Pharmacuetical GMP's
This product is not recommended for children. Do not exceed the stated recommended amount. No restrictions on long term use. If pregnant or nursing, contact your healthcare professional before use.
Distributed or manufactured from A Vogel. See more A Vogel products.
*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Herbal Relief From Symptoms Of Menopause
- Night Sweats
- Hot Flashes
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Questions and answers:
Question: Does this product help with menopause symptoms?
- A: Some studies show that sage can greatly help with menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, fever, and night sweats. A study performed in Switzerland showed a significant decrease in the intensity-rated hot flushes by 50% within 4 weeks and by 64% within 8 weeks (P<0.0001). The mean total number of hot flushes per day decreased significantly each week from week 1 to 8. The mean number of mild, moderate, severe, and very severe flushes decreased by 46%, 62%, 79%, and 100% over 8 weeks, respectively. The menopause rating scale and its somato-vegetative, psychological, and urogenital subscales decreased significantly by 43%, 43%, 47%, and 20% respectively. The treatment was very well tolerated. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21630133