Caruso’s Menopause Relief has been formulated for any woman who is either just beginning perimenopause or experiencing the full symptoms of menopause such as hot flushes, excessive sweating, irritability, sleeplessness, moodiness, vaginal dryness or particularly painful periods. It may provide support for the nervous system, helping to promote a healthy stress response, and also help to maintain a healthy libido in menopausal women. The addition of Vitamin D also helps to provide support for healthy bone mineralisation.
Who would use Caruso’s Menopause Relief?
- Women going through perimenopause or menopause
- Any woman experiencing hot flushes, mood swings, moodiness, night sweats, decreased libido and poor concentration associated with menopause
- Perimenopausal women who may still be menstruating but are experiencing the symptoms of menopause
- Women with a family history of Osteoporosis or who wish to support their bone health
Each tablet contains extracts equiv. to:
Eleutherococcus senticosus (Siberian ginseng) root dry: 2g (2000mg)
…Standardised to syringaresinol diglucosides 1.07mg
Pueraria lobata (Kudzu) dry: 1.25g (1250mg)
…Standardised to Isoflavones calculated as daidzin, daidzein & puerarin 50mg
Tribulus terrestris (Tribulus) dry fruit: 1.25g (1250mg)
…Standardised to Furostanol saponins protodioscin 10mg
Cimicifuga racemosa (Black cohosh) dry root and rhizome: 200mg
…Standardised to Triterpene glycosides as 27-Desoxyactein 1mg
Vitex agnus-castus (Chaste tree) dry fruit: 120mg
…Standardised to Agnuside 100mcg & to Aucubin 80mcg
Colecalciferol (Vitamin D 500IU): 12.5mcg
Dairy, lactose, gluten, wheat, yeast, soy, nuts, preservatives, artificial flavours.
Lilac in colour with a cut line on one side.
W: 8.7 mm
Thickness: 5.4 mm
Warnings & Contra-indications
Always read the label and follow directions for use.
If symptoms persist, worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your health professional.
Black Cohosh can harm the liver in some people.
Not to be taken during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Not suitable for children under the age of 18.
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
Take at least two hours away from pharmaceutical medications.