Menopause Relief Herbal Supplement For Hot Flashes, Mood Swings & Libido – Natural Horomone Balance Estrogen Pills – DIM, Black Cohosh & Vitamin D, E, B Passion Flower & Red Clover – Feminine Therapy

Menopause Relief Herbal Supplement For Hot Flashes, Mood Swings & Libido - Natural Horomone Balance Estrogen Pills - DIM, Black Cohosh & Vitamin D, E, B Passion Flower & Red Clover - Feminine Therapy

Is your life negatively impacted by menopause symptoms? Using EverBloom natural menopause supplement brings relief from the many side effects of menopause: hot flashes, irritability, mood swings, and bloating, bone loss, sleeplessness, and night sweats. EverBloom has a unique combination of ingredients to systematically address each symptom women face during menopause. These ingredients, along with the vitamins and minerals in EverBloom, will help you feel your very best:

DIM (Di-Indolyl Methane): Cramps and hot flashes can be caused by estrogen imbalance. Eating vegetables like broccoli or cauliflower helps you maintain a healthy estrogen balance because they contain DIM, a natural organic compound. We have included DIM in EverBloom, because we know you don’t always want to eat your vegetables.

Black Cohosh: Hot flashes, night sweats, and mood changes can make you lose energy, and feel weak and agitated. Black Cohosh has been shown in studies to diminish these menopause symptoms, so you can get back on track.

Red Clover: Isoflavones? Yes, please. They help mimic and balance hormone levels. Historically used as medicinal plant by indigenous people, Red Clover contains a high number of isoflavones, so we have included it in EverBloom.

Passion Flower Extract: Relaxed. Calm. EverBloom will help you reach that state of being because our formula includes Passion Flower Extract, which decreases anxiety naturally.

BioPerine (black pepper extract): Want less stress, depression, and mood swings? Part of the challenge of menopause is that the body doesn’t absorb nutrients as effectively. EverBloom contains BioPerine because we know it supports the production of dopamine and seratonin (the “happy chemicals” your body produces naturally).