Meno-Feminine for menopausal hormonal balance

Meno-Feminine - A herbal formula is effective in restoring the hormonal balance to your body

Menopause is one of the most "burning" issues for which women seek treatment, and contains a wide range of clinical symptoms. As the study progresses in the field of herbal medicine, the enormous advantage of plant therapy for a wide variety of common hormonal and gynecological problems, including various manifestations of menopause, is being revealed.

The term menopause refers to the period when female fertility ends and the ovaries stop their production of estrogen and progesterone, which are needed to build the endometrium, and menstrual cycle stops. This process can occur from the mid-forties to the early fifties of the woman.

The menopause period and the processes that occur, create many changes and renewed adjustments of the body and the hormonal system in particular, which result in a variety of clinical symptoms that vary from woman to woman. The average duration of this chapter in a woman's life is 5 years, but can last from two to eight years for 95% of women. About 80% of menopausal women may suffer from various symptoms such as hot flashes, sweating, congestion, dry skin, vaginal dryness, mood swings, and even sleep disorders.

The conventional approach to treating menopausal symptoms is to take synthetic supplements of the missing hormones, but many studies conducted in recent years suggest a high risk of using these hormones, such as increased risk of breast or cervical cancer, damage to various glands, and more.

Meno-Feminine, the natural approach to treating menopause

The natural approach to treating menopausal symptoms proves that symptoms can be overcome by using herbs containing phytoestrogens, which are hormone-like substances that can mimic the activity of the missing hormones, but without their harmful and dangerous effects.


Homeotreat Lab Ltd. has created Meno-Feminine, an effective treatment for all the menopausal symptoms caused by hormonal imbalance.

Meno-Feminine helps to go through menopause in full health with an emphasis on the quality of life of the woman.


The properties of plants and the effects of Meno-Feminine:

Black cohosh root (Cimicifuga Racemosa)

Black cohosh is a plant that grows mainly North America. 

The root of the plant contains flavonoids, including Formononetin, which has selective estrogenic activity, that is, it has a hormonal effect in certain tissues (areas that affect the symptoms of menopause, probably in the brain), while other tissues in the body have no estrogenic effect (uterus, breast tissue), Therefore, it does not increase the risk of developing breast cancer or uterine cancer. 

At the root of the black cohosh are salicylates, which have anti-inflammatory properties and silicates that contribute greatly to the healthy structure of bones. In addition, the black cohosh root has a calming effect on the nervous system and helps to reduce stress and anxiety, acts as an antidepressant and soothes mood swings, and helps prevent tachycardia. Black cohosh is also used for hormonal balance in cases of atrophy of the vaginal lining, regulates menstruation, relaxes the muscles of the uterus and prevents spasms during menstruation.

As an entity (Humulus Lupulus)

The use of the herb plant is recognized in traditional herbal medicine for the treatment of various problems, especially those related to the nervous system, sleep disturbances, restlessness and distress. In various studies to examine the effect of peptoestrogens, it has been found that they can be used as a natural and effective alternative to treating menopausal symptoms, including hot flashes and sweating. It contains many substances, including oils (homolen, beta-mirsan, beta-cariopylan), flavonoids, and phytoestrogens, which are estrogen-like (lumoline, lupoline), which help reduce heat sensation and fever. The herbaceous plant has an abundance of irregular menstrual regulation and to some extent can prolong menstruation. 

The herb plant has a wonderful effect on the nervous system, helping to improve the quality of sleep and preventing sleep disorders. It also strengthens the nervous system and prevents stress and anxiety.

Theresa (Sylvia)

The rhizome is a plant with many effects, including calming the nervous system, reducing muscle cramps, helping to balance blood pressure and a refrigerator. The plant contains many components, including flavonoids, quercetin, sparidine, astralagen, farnsol, saponins and tannins. These substances have progesterone-like activity and help prevent congestion and dryness of the mucous membranes as well as soothe and counteract stress and anxiety.


It is a perennial herbaceous plant that grows wild in northern China, Japan, Korea, Mongolia, northern India and Siberia on sunny slopes and on sandy land at altitudes of up to 2,000 meters above sea level. The plant has a central location in traditional Chinese medicine for at least 2,000 years and has been found to have been found in China for a period of three years. On the wooden tables discovered in the tombs in northern China.In modern herbal medicine attributed to the plant the intensity of the medium activity and is considered to be most effective in dealing with a variety of infectious, inflammatory and allergic conditions.

Meno-Feminine | Hormonal Balance Treatment in Menopause

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  • Active ingredients:


    Phenolic compounds:

    - Simple phenols: benzoic acid
    - Tannins

    Flavonoid compounds (12%): baicalin, baicalein, neobaicalein, chrysin, wogonin, norcoglavin, wogonoside, skullcapflavone I & II, scutevulin, scutellarein, luteolin, apigenin, hispidulin, dihydro- baicalin, dihydrooroxylin-A, methoxychalcone, pentahydroxy - flavononol



    - Monoterphene: Iridoid glycosides of catalpol, limonene, terpineol

    - Saskatriptyline: beta-humulene, caryophyllene

    - Sterols: campesterol, stigmasterol, sitosterol

    Resins and Oloorsin:

    Organic acids: palmitic acid, oleic acid

    Amino Acids: Proline.