A Vogel's soy isoflavone product is obtained using an extract of soya beans and provides 50mg of bioavailable phytoestrogenic soy isoflavones or 24mg of genistein daily, shown by research to be the right dosage.* This unique formulation also contains magnesium (known to help with symptoms such as tiredness and fatigue), hibiscus and vervain.
**Not suitable alongside hormonal contraceptives
How to use
Take 1 tablet twice daily (morning and evening) with food.
Children: This product is not suitable for children.
Do not exceed stated recommended daily dose.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
**Do not use if pregnant, breast-feeding or on hormonal contraceptives including the pill, implant, injection or the Mirena coil.
Can be used with HRT.
Keep out of sight and reach of children.
Each tablet contains 405 mg of tri-magnesium dicitrate anhydrous, 42 mg of soy bean extract (60% isoflavones), 35 mg Hibiscus extract and 0.25 mg Vervain essential oil.
Also contains microcrystalline cellulose, Beta vulgaris (beetroot juice) powder and magnesium stearate (vegetable source).
GM free. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
1. What is the difference between Menoforce® Sage tablets and Menopause Support?
Menopause Support is a herbal food supplement providing nutritional supplementation for all stages of the menopause. It contains a group of substances known as isoflavones known to have phyto-oestrogenic activity in the body.
Menoforce® Sage tablets is a licensed herbal medicine formulated specifically for the symptoms of menopausal hot flushes and sweats.
2. Can I take both of these products together?
3. How long will it be before I see a difference? How long can I take Menopause Support for?
Most women find that it takes up to 2 months to feel the full benefits. You can continue using Menopause Support for as long as you need to.
4. Can I use Menopause Support with HRT?
Menopause Support can be taken alongside HRT, but please be aware that the isoflavone content is a source of phytoestrogens. If your HRT is not currently addressing your symptoms, it is best to talk it over with your doctor.
5. Why can’t I use Menopause Support with hormonal contraceptives?
Soy isoflavones work as phyto-oestrogens and there is a theoretical risk that they may interfere with the way hormonal contraceptives work, making them less reliable.
6. What about other medicines from the pharmacy or prescribed by my doctor?
Apart from hormonal contraceptives, you may take Menopause Support with other medicines from your pharmacy or doctor.