Detailed Ingredients in Estroleve
Black Cohosh Root Extract
Black Cohosh is one of the main active ingredients in Estroleve. It is used to relieve hot flashes, superfluous sweating, sleep interruptions, depression moods, mood swings, heart palpitations, and headaches in menopausal women. Black Cohosh supplementation is much safer than Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT).
Soy isoflavones are naturally occurring substances in soy that bear a strong chemical resemblance to the female hormone estrogen. Supplementing your diet with soy isflavones, found in Estroleve, helps to balance hormones which work to ease menopausal symptoms.
Calcium promotes healthy bones and teeth. Calcium is constantly deposited into multiplying bone cells. During and after menopause, women are at risk for osteoporosis because the body's ability to absorb calcium tends to lessen. Supplementation of calcium, like that found in Estroleve, is needed heavily, and vitamin D aids in the absorption.
The Vitamin D in Estroleve, otherwise known as the sunshine vitamin, is significant in normal body growth and development. In particularly, vitamin D is used to absorb calcium and phosphorus to create bone.
Kudzu Root Isoflavones
Kudzu extract, another key ingredient in Estroleve, has been added because it aids in relieving of certain symptoms such as diarrhea, headaches, and migraines. It has also been used for to reduce the desire for alcohol.
Red Clover Extract Isoflavones
Red Clover Extract is an isoflavone, found in Estroleve, that significant levels of phytoestrogens, used to specifically relieve hot flashes.
Licorice Root Extract
Licorice root may help prevent and heal skin ailments associated with menopause. During the menstrual cycle, licorice root may help in the prevention of acne. Pregnant women should be especially careful when taking this, in Estroleve or any other supplement, and talk to their medical professional first, as it may interact with other pregnancy-related medications.
Evening Primrose Powder
The Estroleve ingredient evening primrose is an excellent source of GLA (Gammalinolenic acid). Studies have shown that GLA is effective in killing cancer cells and is well-established as a topical treatment for some types of cancer, such as bladder cancer. Evening Primrose has also been used for sore breasts, also known as mastalgia, and premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
The Vitamin E in Estroleve works by keeping excessive oxidation from occurring that could cause harmful effects in the body. This powerful antioxidant also works to protect against heart disease and cancer, and also reduce free radicals, which may damage cells. Vitamin E has also been known to increase energy.
Vitamin K is an essential vitamin to the female body, and another important ingredient in Estroleve. It has many important roles such as regulating normal blood clotting, promoting normal growth and development, and is essential for kidney functioning. Because women are at risk for osteoporosis during and after menopause, Estroleve contains vitamin K to aid in the absorption of calcium.
Women going through menopause need to be sure they are getting enough natural energy-producing vitamins, which can be found in Estroleve. Vitamin B-6, otherwise known as pyridoxine, performs as a coenzyme to carry out metabolic processes that affect the body’s use of protein, carbohydrates, and fat. It helps to convert tryptophan to niacin, which helps lower cholesterol, keeps normal homocysteine levels, and works to reduce PMS symptoms.