Bring balance back to your body:
- relief from hot flashes and nightsweats
- nourishing, moistening and heat clearing herbs formulated to restore balance
- all natural, hormone free, safe and effective ingredients without side effects
Available in 2-ounce and 4-ounce sizes.
Meno-Pause is formulated in accordance of the Chinese medicine principles of Yin and Yang. If the body has too much Yang energy (heat, rising energy) and not enough Yin energy (moisture, coolness, blood) an imbalance will occur where diminishing Yin can not counter-balance a preponderance of Yang.
Menopause is a tyime of diminishing Yin (less blood to give each month, dryness) and therefore a preonderance of Yang, thus the heat symptoms of hot flashes, sweats, etc. Meno-Pause helps balance the body by increasing and nourishing Yin while sedating and cooling Yang. Meno-Pause is best used for several months to achieve the best results.
Rehmannia (Shu Di Huang)
Rehmannia is a perennial herb indigenous to China, Japan and Korea. The root tuber is used medicinally.Fresh root tuber is used for conditions such as irregular menstruation; lowered immunity; insomnia; tinnitus; vertigo; impaired hearing; diabetes; and frequent urination. It nourishes Yin and helps night sweats.
Chinese Yam Root (Shan Yao)
Tonifies the Qi and Yin of the Spleen and Stomach and helps lack of appetite and energy, loose stools, spontaneous sweating, abdominal distention after eating, and a pale tongue.
Lycium Berry (Gou Qi Zi)
Lycium berry is bright red in appearance and about the size of a kidney bean. Lycium fruit contains a variety of chemical compounds including valine, glutamine, taurine, carotene, B1 and B2, vitamin C. Its functions are to tonify the kidneys and blood; to nourish the liver; and to moisten the lungs.
Cornus (Shan Zhu Yu)
Cornus is a type of tree found in the woodland regions of China and Korea. It contains fleshy, green oval-shaped leaves and small, berry-shaped fruit, both of which are used medicinally. It controls body fluids and treats excessive sweating and urination.
Ligustrum (Nu Zhen Zi)
Ligustrum is a small, evergreen-like tree native to China. Its bluish-purple berries are used medicinally, which contain a variety of nutrients. Since ancient times, ligustrum has been used as a yin tonic. It stimulates the immune system, fights inflammation, and helps protect the liver.
Eclipta (Han Lian Cao)
Eclipta is an annual herb that is hardy and non-invasive. The leaves, flowers and upper stems are used medicinally.Compounds found in eclipta suggest that it has anti-inflammatory properties. It’s a tonic for liver and kidney yin, clears deficiency heat and cools the blood.
Ophiopogon (Mai Men Dong)
Ophiopogon is a small herb grown in small parts of China. The plant has long, thin green leaves and tuberous whitish roots, which are used in a variety of herbal remedies. It is typically harvested in the summer and allowed to dry out before use. It clears heat and moistens the body.
Anemarrhena (Zhi Mu)
Anemarrhena is a small, ornamental plant native to northern China. The root is used medicinally. Anemarrhena has been used as a staple of traditional Chinese medicine for centuries; its first recorded use dates back to 200 BC. Anemarrhena purges heat, nurtures yin and relaxes tension.
Oyster Shell (Mu Li)
Oyster shell refers to the inner and outer shell of an oyster. The shell contains a variety of vitamins and minerals, especially several derivatives of calcium. Its main functions are to calm the liver and suppress overactive yang; tranquilize the mind; arrest discharges and induce astringency.
Akebia FLower (Ba Yue Zha)
The akebia flower comes from the akebia vine. The fruit is edible with numerous red-brown seeds. Its main actions are to regulate the flow of liver qi, to promote blood circulation and relieve pain. It is used to treat epigastric conditions.