Helps reduce hot flushes, reduce night sweats and excessive sweating.
Ingredients traditionally used in phytotherapy to reduce symptoms of menopause.
Used in phytotherapy to help relieve menopausal symptoms, to relieve
pre-menstrual symptoms and regulate the hormonal system to help regulate the menstrual cycle.
After taking natural or synthetic hormones: Take 3 capsules during three separate periods of the day. That’s a total of 9 capsules per day. Gradually decrease when hot flushes disappear to reach your personal dose. Eating certain foods like chocolate, for example, can have a direct impact on your hot flushes. Healthy and appropriate nutrition will always be considered. May help with:
- Hot flushes
- Estrogen deficiency
- Irregular periods
- Painful periods
- Premenstrual syndrome
Can help with hot flushes, estrogen deficiencies, irregular periods, painful periods, pre-menstrual syndrome… Absorption period and dosage same as regular Meno-Concept. Meno-Concept Soya is slightly different from Meno-Concept Regular, but it applies to the same menopause-related symptoms such as hot flushes.
The 3-5 years before menopause, when your estrogen and hormone levels begin to drop, is called perimenopause. You usually enter perimenopause at the end your forties and may begin to experience irregular menstrual cycles and symptoms such as:
- Hot flushes
- Sleep disorders – Insomnia
- Night sweats
- Rapid heart rate discomfort during sexual intercourse
- Urinary problems
It is still possible for you to become pregnant during this period, and if you wish to avoid this, a form of birth control is recommended up to one year after your last period. Progestative therapy may also be an option for controlling menstrual bleeding and treating vasomotor symptoms. Lifestyle changes are often recommended to help relieve other unpleasant symptoms.
Certain events, other than natural aging, can lead to early menopause:
Hysterectomy (uterus removed) – symptoms develop gradually
Oophorectomy (ovaries removed) – symptoms appear immediately
Premature ovarian failure (POF) – under-active or inactive ovaries due to genetic treatments,
surgery or anti-cancer therapies, such as radiation or chemotherapy. POF may also be due to ovarian dysfunction or a lack of follicles, which become eggs.
On average, most women are between the ages of 51 and 52 at menopause onset. Technically, you are in menopause if you have not had a period for 12 consecutive months without having any other causes, such as illness, medication, pregnancy or breastfeeding. The transition from perimenopause to menopause to postmenopause can take 1-3 years. It is important to remember that each woman is unique and will experience menopause differently. Some women have few or no symptoms, and for those who do, symptoms can vary considerably.
Menopause begins one year after the last menstrual cycle. Other symptoms that may have started during perimenopause may persist during and after menopause. It is not unusual to experience:
- Hot flushes
- Night sweats
- Increased heart rate
- Sleep disorders-insomnia
- Changes in mood—irritability, depression, anxiety
- Urinary problems
- Vaginal dryness may cause discomfort during sexual intercourse. In addition, due to a decrease in estrogen, the risk of heart disease, osteopenia and osteoporosis increases.
If your periods are painful, try LTO3!
Méno Concept Régulier
- Chasteberry 224 mg (Vitex Angus-Castus – Fruit)
- Hops 200 mg (Humulus lupulus – Strobile)
- Sage 130 mg (Salvia Officinalis – Leaf)
- Black cohosh 120 mg (Actea Racemosa – Roots and Rhizome) 4: 1 Equiv. to 480 mg of dried root and rhizome Aglycone Isoflavones Equiv.
- Wild Yam 80 mg (Dioscorea villosa – Root) 10: 1 Extract equiv. to 800 mg dried root.
- Red clover 80 mg (Trifolium pratense – Whole Herb) 40: 1 Extract equiv. to 3200 mg dried root providing 6.4 mg AIE.
Before using, make sure that your medical records are up-to-date for mammograms and gynecological examinations. If you are taking medications containing hormones such as progesterone preparations and oral contraceptives, if you are taking hormone replacement therapy, including thyroid hormone replacement therapy, consult a health care professional before using. Before using, make sure that your medical records are up-to-date for mammograms and gynecological examinations. If you are taking medications containing hormones such as progesterone preparations and oral contraceptives, if you are taking hormone replacement therapy, including thyroid hormone replacement therapy, consult a health professional before using.
Meno Concept is a supplement specially designed for women’s health. It is mostly used to relieve menopausal discomforts, such as hot flushes, night sweats and excessive sweating. It also helps regulate the menstrual cycle and lessen premenstrual syndrome symptoms.
With this message, I want to encourage people who are experiencing very unpleasant symptoms of menopause, to take advantage of the efficacy of Meno-Concept for the relief of menopause’s discomforts. After several years of misery without menstruation and having tried everything (except chemical hormones), acclaimed natural products without significant improvement, it seems like a second youth with Meno-Concept. My periods returned, no more fatigue or hot flashes alternated with excessive sweating and mood on the edge of depression.
Testimony of Marthe, Belgium
Just a little word to let you know that since the beginning of the week, I did not experience any inconvenient hot flashes thanks to Meno Concept. I am so happy about this that I recommend it to all women experiencing difficulties with their menopause. Thank you a thousand times.
A lady from Montreal, Canada
I took synthetic hormones prescribed by my doctor and I suffered the following side effects: my periods came back for three months after they had stopped for one full year, bleeding every other week, itching before my period and a lot of hot flushes during the day. So, overnight, I decided to change for the Meno-Concept supplement. Wow !!! What change!!! The bleeding stopped as soon as the supplement was taken, I have no more itching and especially, fewer hot flushes. I believe that natural products are much less harmful to health than drugs, which are chemical. I really made the right choice and I recommend it to all women who are at this stage of life.
A lady from Boisbriand, Canada
Live Better with Menopause
Meno Concept is made of ingredients traditionally used in phytotherapy to reduce menopausal symptoms. It helps to reduce hot flushes, night sweats and excessive sweating. Women also use this natural product to regulate their hormonal system and their menstrual cycle, and to relieve symptoms associated to premenstrual syndrome.
The Virtues of Soya
Premenstrual comfort and menopause.
Vitex or Agnus castus or chaste tree contains active substances that help regulate the balance between estrogen and progesterone, which can help reduce the duration and frequency of premenstrual syndrome.
The WHO recognizes the use of chasteberry to treat irregularities of the menstrual cycle, to relieve premenstrual syndrome and mastalgia (breast pain).
Frequently Asked Questions
Perimenopause: This is the 3 to 5 period before menopause when your estrogen and hormone levels begin to drop. Usually, the perimenopause start when you are in your late forties and you may begin to experience irregular menstrual cycles and symptoms such as hot flashes, sleep disorders, insomnia, night sweats, elevated heart rate, mood changes – irritability, depression, anxiety, dryness or vaginal discomfort during sex, urinary problems.
It is still possible to become pregnant during this time. If you wish to prevent pregnancy, birth control is recommended during one full year after your last period. A form of progestin-based therapy may also be an option for controlling menstrual bleeding and treating vasomotor symptoms. Lifestyle changes are often recommended to help relieve other unpleasant symptoms.
Menopause: On average, most women are about 51 to 52 when they enter menopause. Technically, you are in menopause after you’ve missed your period for 12 straight months without experiencing other causes, such as illness, medication, pregnancy or breastfeeding. The transition from perimenopause through menopause to postmenopause can take 1 to 3 years. It’s important to remember every woman is unique and will experience menopause differently. Some women experience few, if any symptoms, and for those who do, the symptoms can vary widely.
Postmenopause: Postmenopause begins after menopause has stabilized in duration and effects. Other symptoms that may have started during perimenopause may persist during menopause and post-menopause. It is not unusual to experience: hot flashes, night sweats, elevated heart rate, sleep disorders, insomnia, mood changes – irritability, depression, anxiety, urinary problems, vaginal dryness – can cause discomfort during sexual intercourse. In addition, because of a lower estrogen level, women are at increased risk for heart disease, osteopenia and osteoporosis.
Early menopause: Early menopause occurs in specific circumstances. Some events other than natural aging can lead to early menopause: hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus) – symptoms appear gradually, oophorectomy (surgical removal of the ovaries) – symptoms appear immediately, premature ovarian failure (POF) – ovaries that are underactive or inactive due to genetic, surgical or anticancer treatments, such as radiotherapy or chemotherapy. POF may also be due to an ovarian dysfunction or a lack of follicles that become eggs.
Meno Concept, a natural supplement, has been developed especially for women, to help relieve discomforts associated with menopause.