It’s no secret that millions of women have gone through hell before, during and after menopause. As such, it’s also no secret that the same millions of women are constantly searching high and low for something that might take the edge of their symptoms, or ideally get rid of them altogether. Hormone Replacement Therapy is effective to an extent, but brings along its own array of nasty side-effects and risks. And while there are thousands of over the counter supplements on the market, we all know how small the proportion of them that actually work is. Nevertheless, EstroNatural claims to be one of the few that does exactly as it promises – helps restore hormonal balance and thus at the same time ease some of the worst symptoms of all.
So, the question is, will Estronatural show the rest of the market a thing or two by doing as it promises and bringing genuine relief, or is it bringing little more than false hope and wasted money?
Like many of the menopause relief supplements on the market today, EstroNatrual apparently works its magic by incorporating soy into its list of ingredients. Unlike most others on the market, though, it also includes a dose of black cohosh, which has proved to be similarly effective, so it’s something of a double-edged attack on menopause. Both of these ingredients have been found in testing to help restore hormonal balance and therefore counter the negative effects of menopause. And what’s more, this is achieved by using only natural ingredients that don’t cause any side-effects in a supplement that can be bought cheaply without prescription. But these are all simple words on paper – what happens in a real world setting?
The ingredients that go into EstroNatural have a pretty solid reputation when it comes to doing what they say they do, so it’s off to a positive start. In addition, it’s far from the most expensive supplement on the market today and the reviews you’ll find for EstroNatural all over the web are also pretty positive in nature. Other than that, there’s not much else to be said for the real pluses.
What immediately lets the case for EstroNatural down is the fact that it’s getting harder and harder to get hold of – it wouldn’t have been discontinued if it actually worked, right? What’s more, you also won’t find anything close to a full disclosure of ingredients without doing some serious hunting, no actual trials on EstroNatural itself were carried out and the product where available isn’t sold with a money back guarantee. All in all, it doesn’t look good for the real minuses.
It’s difficult to know what to think about the ingredients that go into EstroNatural as there’s no full disclosure to be found right now.
Known Ingredients: Vitamin E, folic acid, vitamin B6, black cohosh extracts, soy extracts, calcium, and a "calming herbal blend."
Is it ever possible to fully recommend a product for which the full list of ingredients isn’t made clear? The answer is of course a resounding no, which is why it isn’t advisable to go out and buy EstroNatural – especially seeing as it seems to have been discontinued by most of the retailers that used to sell it. Would they choose to stop selling a product that was proven to work and work well? Of course not.
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