Menoquil is a complete proprietary formulation of potent all natural extracts that can help not only alleviate the often overwhelming effects of menopause, but also address some of the most serious health concerns associated with this time in a woman’s life. Menoquil is one of the most comprehensive hormonal balancing supplements ever created for premenopausal and menopausal women!
All of the ingredients in Menoquil are tested and validated to ensure they are premium quality.
Each bottle of Menoquil contains 120 Tablets
Recommended Use: Our recommended dosage is to take 2 Menoquil™ tablets twice daily with a full glass of water, once in the morning about 15 minutes before breakfast and take another 2 tablets again about 1 hour every night, approximately one hour before bedtime.
Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol)
Dubbed the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D is vital for maintaining bone health. It assists with calcium absorption in the bones to maintain density and strength and help prevent bone loss that can lead to weakness and increase the risk of fractures. Vitamin D can also have a positive effect on mood, which is great news for women experiencing mood swings and irritability due to the hormonal changes that occur during menopause.
Vitamin K (Phytonadione)
Vitamin K can help combat one of the most troubling effects of menopause: osteoporosis. Characterized by a reduction in bone mineral density, this condition makes women more susceptible to potentially devastating fractures. Vitamin K promotes the production of proteins that are necessary to build and maintain strong, healthy bones. There is also evidence it helps the body make more efficient use of calcium.
Calcium (as Citrate & Phosphate)
You probably already know that calcium is necessary for strong bones. What you may not realize is that calcium deficiency is the chief cause of osteoporosis. When the density of calcium and other minerals found in abundance in strong bones decreases, the result is porous and brittle bones that can break more easily. Losses in bone calcium accelerate during menopause. That is why taking a supplement such as Menoquil that contains an optimal concentration of calcium is a must for women who want their bones to stay healthy and strong for as long as possible.
Phosphorus (as Calcium Phosphate)
In addition to calcium, phosphorus is an essential component of healthy bone. While the bone-preserving benefits of calcium are widely known, research also suggests this mineral should be taken in conjunction with phosphorous for best results. The calcium phosphate in Menoquil has a positive effect on bone hardness. This is advantageous for any woman going through menopause, because compact, rigid bones are less likely to fracture.
Red Clover Flower Powder and Red Clover Powdered Extract
These two extracts from the red clover plant can provide relief from embarrassing hot flashes and night sweats, two of the most common symptoms of menopause. The phytoestrogens known as isoflavones that are found in red clover are believed to be responsible for its beneficial effects. Because they can bind to different portions of estrogen receptors, isoflavones can both combat estrogen dominance and address deficiencies by acting in a manner similar to the naturally-occurring form of the hormone.
Green Tea Leaf Powdered Extract
This extract is derived from the flowering plant Camellia sinensis. Green tea has long been a popular drink throughout Asia, and recent evidence suggests extracts from the leaf of the plant can assist those experiencing unpleasant menopause symptoms. It seems to be especially helpful for those who have frequent hot flashes. Exactly how the extract works is unknown, but some researchers have proposed a link between green tea consumption and lower estrogen levels. The natural caffeine in green tea can also provide an energy boost to combat the lethargy and fatigue that routinely accompanies the onset of menopause.
Guggul Gum Resin Powdered Extract
Used in traditional Indian medicine for literally hundreds of years, this plant is believed to be beneficial in the treatment of a number of ailments. Of particular interest to menopausal women is the positive role it plays in bone health. A study at the University of Texas Anderson Cancer Center found that taking guggul can aid in the prevention of bone loss. The extract may also enhance the results of your diet and exercise program to make combating the weight gain that often occurs during menopause a little easier.
Chaste Berry Powder
Also known as vitex and monk’s pepper, chaste berry is a common herbal remedy for PMS. It may also benefit women going through menopause. It’s widely believed that chaste berry’s effects are due to its action on the pituitary gland. It can help restore the balance of estrogen and progesterone in the body to alleviate many common menopause symptoms, including hot flashes, weight gain, and fatigue.
Dong Quai Powder
This Chinese herb has been shown in clinical studies to reduce the severity of menopause-related symptoms by approximately 25 percent. Like other natural menopause treatments, dong quai contains phytoestrogens that can restore the body’s natural balance of estrogen and progesterone. It can enhance blood flow and acts as a mild sedative. Because of these properties, those taking dong quai can get relief from problems such as mood swings, vaginal dryness, and hot flashes.
Many people interested in natural alternatives to prescription menopause drugs would likely categorize soybeans as a miracle food, and for good reason! The isoflavones found in soy have estrogen-like effects in the body that can assist in bringing the hormones responsible for menopause symptoms back to their correct levels. This key Menoquil ingredient can help prevent bone loss, improve memory, and enhance overall cognitive function. All of these stated benefits have been backed by published scientific studies.
Wild Yam Root Powder
While many of the ingredients in Menoquil are phytoestrogens, wild yam root powder is similar to the body’s natural supply of progesterone. When estrogen dominance occurs, progesterone levels are too low. Wild yam can raise the levels of this hormone to achieve an optimal estrogen-to-progesterone ratio. This can spell relief from night sweats, sleeping troubles, hard-to-control mood swings, and other symptoms.
Black Cohosh Root Powder
Black cohosh is one of the most popular herbal remedies for menopause-related symptoms. Exactly how this member of the buttercup family works is not known with certainty. It’s theorized, however, that this plant (like soy) may contain isoflavones that have estrogen-like effects in the body. Many users of black cohosh have found that taking the herb led to a decline in hot flashes, night sweats, and feelings of anxiety.
Black Pepper Extract
Black Pepper Extract, as known as, piperine can be thought of as the compound that makes all of the benefits of Menoquil actually possible. Without black pepper extract, the body cannot absorb optimal levels of all of the