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Meno herbs with red clover

~A woman's dietary supplement for the symptoms of menopause and PMS.~



Specially formulated to support and facilitate the transitions that occur as a woman approaches and goes through menopause. Use Meno Herbs as a partner to the wild yam cream or wild yam gel for maximum balancing results.

Born Again Meno-Herbs with Mexican wild yam root and other  botanicals has been  specially formulated to support and  facilitate the transitions that occur in a  woman's body as she approaches and goes through menopause. This unique blend of nine botanicals combines herbs that are recognized by Chinese, European , and North American herbalists for their balancing and harmonizing qualities for women. Contains Mexican wild yam root and other botanicals.






This women's formula contains wild yam root (280mg), black cohosh root (252mg), squaw vine leaf (168mg), raspberry leaf (168mg), ginseng Siberian root (168mg), dong quai root (112mg), chaste tree berry (56mg) also contains  Red Clover.  Additional Ingredients: stearic acid (vegetable based) magnesium stearate, guar gum, and silica as exipients for a perfect herbal blend.






"An all herbal comprehensive formulation containing Red Clover / Dong Quai / Black Cohosh / Wild Yam / Chaste Tree Berry / and other important herbs for women that work synergistically to help balance and support the female system."

Take two tablets daily as an addition to your diet.  In acute situations, increase dosage to two tablets three times daily.  Stop after one week.  Rest one day.  Repeat if needed.

*please note that Meno Herbs now comes in a new bottle, but it is still made by the same company.



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Meno Herbs by Born Again
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Mexican yam has long had a reputation as a woman's herb. During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, wild yam was used to treat menstrual pain and conditions related to childbirth. Pregnant women used wild yam to combat nausea, ease aching muscles, and prevent miscarriages.

Wild yam was also used as a colic remedy. Furthermore, the plant's anti-inflammatory properties were thought to be effective in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.

Most of those uses were forgotten after Japanese researchers in 1936 discovered that wild yam contained diosgenin, a chemical that scientist Russell Marker used in the 1940s to create synthetic progesterone and the hormone DHEA. 

~Source:  Alternative Medicine Encyclopedia

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