Menovair Supplement Facts

Supplement Facts

At Nutreance, safety and effectiveness are paramount in our mission to provide you with innovative natural remedies. That's why Menovair has been carefully formulated using only the most effective natural ingredients with the highest safety ratings, according to extensive clinical research.

But it's not enough to simply combine herbs recommended by scientific studies into a formula. The quality of the ingredients that make up any natural remedy are critical to its overall efficacy.

Just as you can buy fresh fruits or vegetables from a farmer's market that are of much higher quality than at your local supermarket, not all herbs are created equal. In the same way, you may be able to purchase the same herb from two different suppliers, but the purity and potency of the ingredients may be entirely different. For this reason, we thoroughly vet our raw material suppliers to ensure that our natural remedies are comprised of only the highest quality ingredients.

Red Clover Extract (aerial parts) (8% Isoflavones) An herbaceous, flowering legume native to Europe and Western Asia, red clover is a natural source of isoflavones, a type of phytoestrogen which has a similar chemical makeup to estrogen. For this reason, science has investigated red clover for its ability to restore natural estrogen levels and reduce menopausal discomfort with promising results. In a clinical study published in 2005, red clover supplementation significantly relieved menopausal discomfort within 90 days.[1]
Black Cohosh Root Extract (2.5% triterpene glycosides) The roots and rhizomes of black cohosh, a type of woodland flowering plant native to North America, have been used to relieve menopause symptoms in traditional Native American medicine for centuries. Research has confirmed that black cohosh functions as a phytoestrogen, mimicking the action of the hormone estrogen in the body. A 2013 clinical study found that subjects who took black cohosh saw significant improvement in hot flashes, mood, and fatigue related to menopause within just 4 weeks.[2]
Dong Quai Powder Also known as female ginseng, dong quai is an herb indigenous to East Asia which has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese medicine. Researchers have found that while effective on its own in naturally restoring hormone levels, it is particularly effective when paired with other estrogenic herbs. One in vivo study in 2006 confirmed the estrogenic nature of the herb by demonstrating its stimulation of the uterine histoarchitecture.[3]
Chasteberry Extract (0.5% agnusides) Formally known as vitex agnus-castus, chasteberry is a tree native to the Mediterranean which was used in Ancient Greece to relieve menopausal discomfort. New scientific research has confirmed the wisdom of this natural treatment, as the plant's berries have been shown to naturally boost estrogen and progesterone levels. In 2019, a clinical study found chasteberry significantly reduced hot flashes and improved mood after 8 weeks of supplementation.[4]
Maca Root Powder Native to the Andes mountain region of Peru, maca is an edible root vegetable which was used in traditional medicine as a fertility booster and aphrodisiac. However, in recent years, researchers have established its effectiveness in boosting estrogen levels and reducing menopausal discomfort. A clinical study published in 2006 found that one month of treatment with maca reduced both the frequency and severity of hot flashes, as well as overall menopausal discomfort.[5]
Vegetable Capsule Many supplements that you purchase from the store use gelatin capsules to deliver their active ingredients. Not only are these capsules not vegetarian, as they are made from animal parts, but they are also often colored with harmful dyes to obscure their inner contents. But Menovair uses only vegan, non-GMO vegetable capsules made from plant cellulose and contain no additional additives like colors or dyes. This ensures that our product is sensitive to dietary restrictions and completely natural for everyone to take.
Dicalcium Phosphate Dicalcium phosphate is commonly used in the production of tablets and capsules as a "flow agent." It is added during the bottling process to ensure that powdered capsule ingredients do not clump together but instead flow through the machinery with ease. This is essential to provide a consistent, uniformly-mixed product.
Microcrystalline Cellulose Microcrystalline cellulose, or wood pulp, is present in each capsule of Menovair as a natural filler. It is used to fill up any empty space in the capsule that might result after all of the other active and inactive ingredients are added. This prevents the capsules from denting while in transit.
Magnesium Stearate Magnesium stearate is present in trace amounts in nearly all capsule and tablet products. It is primarily used as a lubricant that makes the pill easier to swallow and allows it to slide more easily down your digestive track. It also serves as an important purpose as an excipient, meaning that it improves the solubility of the active ingredients and assists your body in absorbing the capsule contents.

1 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16373244/

2 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4029542/

3 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16691630/

4 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6887765/

5 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3614644/