Suddenly, life as you know it is out of whack.
After menopause, your hormone levels plummet…
And what used to boost your mood… regulate your temperature… and maintain your youthful skin is just… GONE.
But you don’t have to SURRENDER to the hormone deficiencies of “the big M.”
And you don’t have to RISK replacement therapy with synthetic hormones.
You deserve better.
Fortunately, there’s a flower that can restore balance to your hormones – and it’s so common, it might be hiding in your own backyard.
Hit the RESET button
Some of the earliest American colonists brought red clover (Trifolium pratense) with them to the New World.
Now, it’s so widespread that you can find it growing wild and on farms pretty much everywhere across the States.
Its pink flower is beautiful… and good for the soil, to boot…
But that’s not all.
Researchers have unlocked its potential to RESET women’s health after “the change.”
It all boils down to natural compounds found in the flower, known as isoflavones.
Isoflavones are like the plant version of estrogen.
While too many phytoestrogens should be avoided by many folks (particularly men), they can be a godsend for a woman who’s lacking in that department.
Now, bringing balance back to your hormones is one thing…
But your good health depends on more than just numbers in your bloodwork.
And red clover ALSO does the one thing you really care about.
It makes you FEEL BETTER.
A 2005 study found that the isoflavones from red clover LOWERED the menopausal symptom scores of middle-aged and older women, as measured by the Kupperman Index.
That means RELIEF from…
- hot flashes
- irritability and other mood disturbances, and
- sleep issues.
The isoflavones from red clover can even reduce bone loss in menopausal women.
And in 2006, researchers discovered that red clover can REJUVENATE estrogen-deprived skin… RETURNING its youthful elasticity… and making it SMOOTH and SUPPLE once again.
You can go back to LOOKING and FEELING normal again!
The most direct way to get relief from red clover is in tea form.
The tea is made from the dried flowers of the plant instead of the leaves – and because it’s not a “true tea,” it contains ZERO caffeine.
You can make your own or buy a ready-to-use version in teabags. Just be sure the flowers come from an organic source.
Red clover extract is also available in supplement form.