Meno-Pause it!

Updated: Apr 23

A Personal Note:

I don't know about you, but I am in Perimenopause and I would LOVE to put a pause on all the most irritating symptoms! I realize, as a woman, we all have to transition, but I could do with out the Hot Flashes and Irritability as well as a few other undesirable symptoms....if you are going through this transition...you know EXACTLY what I am talking about! This is precisely the reason this "Meno-Pause Relief" was formulated....and THANK GOODNESS it works sooooo well! After just a few days I realized my symptoms were gone!




Maybe, Like me, you aren't in full blown menopause but getting a lot of the symptoms, you could be in Perimenopause:


Or Maybe, you are in full blown Menopause and are quite sick and tired of all the symptoms and would like some relief:


Either way, one thing is clear....the symptoms SUCK! There is something that will help, "Meno-Pause," a menopause relief support.




Here's how it works:

St. John’s Wort: Well documented for it’s many benefits including the treatment of immune disorders, mood related issues and digestive concerns.

  • A 2016 review of 35 studies suggested that the herb, St. John's wort, may be better than a placebo and as effective as a prescription antidepressant for mild to moderate depression. Findings suggest that St. John's wort improves overall mood and reduces the symptoms of mild and moderate depression better than a placebo. The herb also reduced the symptoms of depression in a similar extent as prescription anti-depressants. In addition, St. John’s wort appeared to have fewer side effects than standard antidepressants and did not reduce sex drive.

  • Aides in the treatment of mental health disorders such as mild depression, insomnia, and panic attacks.

  • St John’s wort may support the reduction of anxiety, which affects many women in menopause. The herb is believed to help the brain use chemical messengers such as dopamine, serotonin, norepinephrine, and gamma-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) more efficiently, which may produce a feel-good effect and alleviate symptoms of anxiety.

  • May also contain phytoestrogens, a powerful plant compound that imitates oestrogen in the body. Since oestrogen drops sharply in the perimenopause — often causing a host of challenging physical and psychological symptoms — increasing oestrogen through dietary sources, supplements, and herbal remedies may support many areas of your health in menopause.

  • In a double-blind study on 100 menopausal women who were experiencing moderate-to-severe hot flashes, researchers found that St John’s wort reduced the severity and duration of their episodes. The findings suggest that this herbal remedy could be used as an effective treatment for vasomotor symptoms, like hot flashes and night sweats, in perimenopause and post menopause.

** Possible interactions**

While St John’s wort is a natural herb, it’s incredibly potent and may interact with the following medications:

  • Antidepressants: Taking antidepressants and St John’s wort can result in serotonin syndrome, in which levels of the neurotransmitter, serotonin, become gravely high in the body and, in severe cases, may prove fatal.

  • Contraceptive pills: St John’s wort may reduce the effectiveness of birth control.

  • Blood thinners, like Warfarin: St John’s wort is known to increase the risk of blood clots when taken alongside blood thinners.

  • Anti-anxiety medication, like Xanax: St John’s wort may decrease the effectiveness of anti-anxiety medication, like Xanax.

If you’re considering St John’s wort supplements during menopause, it’s always best to consult your GP before doing so.

Dong Quai:

  • Has been used for centuries as a natural anti-inflammatory. It may help alleviate swelling related to the joints and other inflammatory conditions.

  • Believed to increase libido in women by supporting hormone balance. Many women report increased sexual wellness when taking dong quai root regularly.

  • May support heart health by improving circulation.

  • Studies have shown that it may also maintain healthy cholesterol levels in already normal range in conjunction with healthy diet and exercise.

  • Contains a compound, coumestrol (a phytoestrogen, mimicking the biological activity of estrogens). This compound increases estrogen levels in menopausal women.

  • May help support bone health by helping to maintain calcium levels in the body. It may help fortify bone density and support bone strength.

  • A natural way to improve your overall wellness. Red clover is one of the many herbs that can be used for women's health and hormone balance.

  • Help support skin health by promoting collagen production, which can improve elasticity and firmness of skin.

  • Has been shown to have an effect on hair growth by increasing circulation to the scalp and stimulating hair follicles, which can increase hair thickness and length

* It is believed to be safe for people that have heart and cardiovascular problems.


Red Clover:


  • Contains a compound, Coumestrol (a phytoestrogen, mimicking the biological activity of estrogens). This compound increases estrogen levels in menopausal women.

  • May help support bone health by helping to maintain calcium levels in the body. It may help fortify bone density and support bone strength.

  • A natural way to improve your overall wellness. Red clover is one of the many herbs that can be used for women's health and hormone balance.

  • Help support skin health by promoting collagen production, which can improve elasticity and firmness of skin.

  • Has been shown to have an effect on hair growth by increasing circulation to the scalp and stimulating hair follicles, which can increase hair thickness and length


Black Cohosh:

  • Alleviating menopause symptoms is the reason most people use black cohosh, and it’s one of the uses that has the most compelling evidence to support it.

  • Most commonly used for menopausal symptoms, including hot flashes (also called hot flushes) and night sweats (together known as vasomotor symptoms), vaginal dryness, heart palpitations, tinnitus, vertigo, sleep disturbances, nervousness, and irritability. Menopause, which typically occurs in women at about 51 years of age (perimenopause can be up to 10 yrs prior), is the cessation of menstruation and the end of a woman’s reproductive period.

  • Sometimes used to reduce the muscle aches and body pains associated with menopausal states.

  • Traditional Chinese medicine has turned to black cohosh to reduce musculoskeletal pain and spasms, supports liver function and the nervous system, and tonifies the kidney and uterus.

There are soooooo many unwanted symptoms that come with menopause, but luckily "Meno-Pause" can give you some relief!

If you have any questions please feel free to text or call:

(951) 364-4DBD (4323)



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