- Improves symptoms of low estrogen
- Helps to relieve normal menopausal discomfort, such as hot flashes
- Capsules - 30 servings (1 month)
Estrogen Balance - May naturally raise "good" estrogen levels while blocking "dirty" estrogens
Menopausal Relief - May improve symptoms of low estrogen such as hot flashes
Breast Health - May support breast tissue health
Aromatase Support - Supports the body’s natural process of healthy aromatase activity (conversion of testosterone to estrogens)
Cardiovascular Health - Supports muscle relaxation and function, which is vital to cardiovascular health. Also supports blood vessel function and heart health.
Blood Sugar - Helps stabilize blood sugars, leading to fewer cravings and easier maintenance of a healthy weight.
Bone and Skin Health - Supports healthy bones and skin
Sleep - Helps naturally support falling and staying asleep.
Eight-week controlled study in 20 menopausal women (age 50-75 years).
The change in hot flashes from baseline (4.5/day) was reduced to 2.7 per day at week 4 (37.2%; p= 0.04) and 2.0 per day at week 8 (53.5%D = 0.01).
Componets of this this study are found in Estrogen Boost.
Recommended use: Take 2 capsules per day or as directed by your heath care practitioner.
Estrogen Boost can support the body’s natural process of healthy aromatase activity and exert phytoestrogen (e.g., enterolactone) and antioxidant activity.
Results of estrogen supplementation are individual and depend on your health status.
Hops Extract (Humulus lupulus), Norway Spruce Extract (Picea abies), Microcrystalline cellulose, hypromellose (capsule), stearic acid, vegetable stearate, and silica.
After I started taking Estrogen Boost I noticed my hair stopped falling out. I really think it has helped!
I love this product. I had a reduction in the number of hot flashes after a couple of days of taking 2 a day (1 at breakfast and 1 at dinner). I was taking a couple of other supplements for symptoms, but they weren't enough to take the edge off. Adding Estrogen Boost has made me feel SO much better.
Hi Gina, that is so great to hear! Thanks so much for your great review!
I think it is helping after taking it for 2 weeks
Awesome! Thank you for sharing this with us, Karla.
The only menopause symptoms I’ve been having is not sleeping as well and literally within a week of starting the estrogen boost I started sleeping much better! Love this website and all the products I’ve purchased so far. Thank you!
We're glad you are finding relief and sleeping better. Thank you for sharing this with, Erika.
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