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The term 'menopause' comes from two Greek words that mean 'month' and 'to end.' It translates as 'the end of the monthlies.' The medical definition of menopause is the absence of menstruation for 12 months. It can occur between the age of 45 and 55. However the average age is 51. Menopause also occurs when a woman's uterus and ovaries are surgically removed. A woman may notice changes in her menstrual cycle several years before true menopause. Menopausal problems are caused by declining oestrogen levels.
Research has shown that long term use of the Medical Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) could pose health risks. This medical treatment is questionable, causing a six-fold increase in risk in uterine cancer, 50% increase in risk for breast cancer and three-fold increase in heart disease. Some women feel the risks that come with HRT are greater than the benefits.
Menso-P is a specially formulated herbal compound made for women during either their pre-menopausal and/or their menopausal stages. Many of the herbs used contain plant estrogens that are hormone regulators of natural progesterone and estrogen. Many common symptoms of menopause are hot flushes (sudden intense waves of heat and sweating), irritability, muscle pain, changes in sexual desire, night sweats, headaches, frequent urination, early wakening, vaginal dryness, mood changes, insomnia, conditions commonly associated with PMS, and weight gain. Menso-P is used to alleviate the onset of these symptoms and protect bone density by assisting bones to absorb calcium.
Each 500 mg. Capsule contains
Pinus succinifera (Kahruba) 35 mg.
Bambusa arundinacea (Bansalochan) 35 mg.
Jade (Yashab) 35 mg.
Serpent Stone (Zahar Mohra) 35 mg.
Mytilus margaritiferus (Moti Pishthi) 35 mg.
Butea frondosa (Chunia Gind) 63 mg.
Symplocos racemosa (Lodh Pathani) 63 mg.
Tamarix gallica (Bari Mayee) 63 mg.