MenoSupp is manufactured by a family owned and managed company with over 13 years of experience in licorice processing and natural health products.
Know what you are putting into your body- every bottle has one active ingredient based on high-quality licorice roots. Our extract comes from wild licorice root taken from different regions of the Middle East. The raw licorice roots are then processed in a specialized facility in Israel which has been extracting licorice root since 1962. After the extract is made, it is carefully measured, dosed, and bottled.
MenoSupp is a natural supplement that relieves the symptoms of menopause without the added risk associated with estrogen replacement therapy. Hormone therapy can put people at risk for endometrial cancer and breast cancer even with adjunct progesterone.
Every bottle of MenoSupp comes with a 60-day full money back guarantee so there is no need to worry about wasting money on a product you are unsatisfied with- you can just send it back!
How it Works*
Licorice root extract has properties that act like estrogen when they are ingested into the body. The estrogenic properties of licorice root come from a class of compounds called flavonoids (subclass isoflavan). The major isoflavan in licorice root is called glabridin. Glabridin was initially tested because of the resemblance of its molecular structure to other sex hormones. The results indicate that glabridin is a phytoestrogen, meaning that it binds to estrogen receptors and stimulates activity in them. The activity in the estrogen receptors counteracts the effects of the decline in estrogen because of menopause and helps alleviate menopausal symptoms.
Licorice, licorice candy, or licorice extracts by themselves will not mirror the effects of MenoSupp. The extract found in MenoSupp is carefully measured into an effective dosage and goes through a specialized extraction process to remove any potentially harmful elements.
*The following explanation is only an estimation of how MenoSupp reduces menopausal symptom. Further research on the role of phytoestrogen still needs to be conducted to be able to state conclusively the mechanism behind a reduction in menopause symptoms.