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- Helps balance menopausal swings*
- Aids in reduction of hot flashes*
- Helps balance female health*
Formula W™ is a revolutionary formula that appeals to a broad range of needs for women.* Whether you’re trying to cope with one of many menopausal symptoms or just looking for a little balance in your life, Formula W fits a wide range of benefits that promote overall health and well-being.*Using two key components, Maca and GENOPAUSE™, adult women of all ages will be able to appreciate the benefits of Formula W in a format that is phytoestrogen free.*Maca (Lepidium meyenii or Lepidium peruvianum) – is a cruciferous root vegetable native to the high Andes of Peru and Bolivia, belonging to the same family as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, radish and turnip. It is the only edible plant with the ability to grow at altitudes of 9,000 to 14,500 feet and survive the harsh weather conditions, rocky soil and thin air. Maca has been cultivated for over a thousand years and has historically been used by indigenous Andean inhabitants as an adaptogen to improve stamina, endurance and energy, alleviate the effects of stress, balance hormones, improve mood, reduce menopausal and premenstrual symptoms and increase virility. Maca is a source of approximately 60 phytonutrients including alkaloids, tannins, saponins and glucosinolates.GENOPAUSE™ herbal blend – is a unique, clinically studied blend of four non-estrogenic herbal extracts, Tinospora cordifolia, Asparagus racemosus, Withania somnifera and Commiphora mukulTinospora cordifolia also called Guduchi, is a common deciduous climbing perennial shrub native to tropical India, Burma and Ceylon. Extracts of the stem of this herb yield diterpenoids and glycosides. Guduchi has long been used in Ayurvedic medicine and is thought to exert anti-tumor, analgesic, antipyretic, neuroprotective, hepatoprotective, immunomodulatory, antioxidant and adaptogenic effects.
Asparagus racemosus also known as Shatavari, is a creeping plant common throughout tropical and subtropical India, Ceylon, Sri Lanka, parts of Australia, tropical Africa, and up to 4,000 feet altitude in the Himalayas. An extract of the root yields saponins and asparagosides. It has had wide use in Ayurvedic medicine as an adaptogen and as a female tonic for overall health and vitality. It is reported to have antitumor, antimutagenic, antioxidant and antibacterial effects.
Withania somnifera, also called Ashwaganda, is a tall evergreen shrub that grows prolifically in drier parts of India, Nepal, Pakistan, Ceylon, Sri Lanka, Iraq and Bangladesh, and is commercially cultivated in the Madhya Pradesh province of India. Root and leaf extracts are reported to have antibacterial, immunomodulatory, anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging and antioxidant effects. It is also valued as an adaptogen. Ashwaganda is a source of alkaloids, withanolides, glycosides and a falconoid.
Commiphora mukul, also called Guggul, is a flowering shrub or small tree native to northern India, but is also found from northern Africa to central Asia. An extract known as gugulipid, from the resin of the tree, contains diterpenoids and sesamin among other compounds and has been used for cardiovascular health in Ayurvedic medicine in India for approximately 3,000 years. Guggul has been shown to have potent anti-inflammatory effects as well as hypolipidemic, antioxidant and some anti-arthritic effects.
Is this you?
- A woman nearing or experiencing menopausal years
- Any adult women looking for help managing stress
- Any adult women looking for help with mood swings
- A woman looking for overall health, well-being, and a sense of balance and vitality
Take two capsules daily in the morning with food. For ages 18 and older
CAUTION: Pregnant or nursing women should consult with a healthcare professional prior to use.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN: In case of accidental overdose, seek professional assistance or contact a poison control center immediately.
Maca, GENOPAUSE™ (A blend of Tinospora cordifolia, Asparagus racemosus, Withania somnifera and Commiphora mukul)