DonnaW Menopause My Hot is a food supplement based on Cimicifuga, Griffonia, Gynostemma and Rhodiola. Cimicifuga is useful in countering typical symptoms caused by menopause, such as hot flashes, perspiration and irritability. Rhodiola improves the adaptability of the organism to fatigue and emotional stress, whereas Gynostemma is useful for its antioxidant action.
BULKING AGENTS: DICALCIUM PHOSPHATE, MICROCRYSTALLINE CELLULOSE; RHODIOLA (Rhodiola rosea L.) ROOT DRY EXTRACT TIT. 3% ROSAVIN and 1% SALIDROSIDE, GRIFFONIA (Griffonia simplicifolia (DC.) Baill.) SEEDS DRY EXTRACT TIT. 25% 5-HTP, CIMICIFUGA (Cimicifuga racemosa Nutt.) RHIZOME DRY EXTRACT TIT. 2.5% TRITERPENE GLYCOSIDES, GYNOSTEMMA – Gynostemma pentaphyllum (Thunb.) Makino – HERB, DRY EXTRACT TIT. 80% GIPENOSIDES, STABILISERS: MONO AND DIGLYCERIDES OF FATTY ACIDS, CROSS-LINKED SODIUM CARBOXYMETHYLCELLULOSE, ANTI-CAKING AGENTS: MAGNESIUM SALTS OF FATTY ACIDS, SILICON DIOXIDE.
GLUTEN FREE PRODUCT
|AVERAGE CONTENTS||PER 100 g||PER DAILY DOSE (2 tablets)|
|Rhodiola rosea Dry Extract||10.53 g||200.00 mg|
|Rosavin||0.32 g||6.00 mg|
|Salidroside||0.11 g||2.00 mg|
|Griffonia Dry Extract||10.53 g||200.00 mg|
|5-HTP||2.63 g||50.00 mg|
|Cimicifuga racemosa Dry Extract||8.42 g||160.00 mg|
|Triterpene Glycosideds||0.21 g||4.00 mg|
|Gynostemma pentaphyllum Dry Extract||5.26 g||100.00 mg|
|Gipenosides||4.21 g||80.00 mg|
Swallow one tablet twice a day with a full glass of water, preferably before main meals. Do not exceed recommended daily intake. Keep out of the reach of children under three years of age. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced, diversified diet and for a healthy lifestyle. For product use and treatment duration it is recommended to seek medical advice. The product should not be used in case of liver disorders or diseases. Store in cool, dry conditions, away from direct heat and sunlight. The date of minimum durability refers to properly stored, unopened product packages.
Product listed in the register of dietary supplements of the Ministry of Health, code 37539.