PreMense-T Premenstrual Support – PMS “Tonic”
As you age, poor diet, environmental toxins, lack of exercise or personal stress can challenge your good health. PreMense-T™ supports PMS*, hormonal balance*, helps manage cramps and irritability*, and helps maintain regularity of the menstruation cycle*.
Vitex – Vitex agnus-castus (dried fruits & extract):
Used since the time of Hippocrates, Vitex eases symptoms and helps maintain regularity of the menstrual cycle.*
Dong Quai – Angelica sinensis (root):
Dong Quai is the common name for this herb and translates to mean “proper order”. It is a traditional tonic used to support and restore order in abnormal menstruation, “poor” blood and irregular uterine contractions. Especially recommended for lack of menstrual period (amenorrhea).*
Cramp Bark -Viburnum opulus:
Supports the body’s ability to manage nervous complaints, especially cramps and spasms.*
Ginger – Zingiber officinalis (root):
A “universal” ingredient included in more than 60% of Traditional Chinese Medicine formulas. It mediates other formula ingredients, stimulates appetite, circulation and tones digestive processes. Ginger is considered a superior remedy for most nausea.*
Black Cohosh – Cimicifugae racemosae (root & concentrated extract):
Native American and folk remedy for menstrual irregularity. Shown to have benefit in managing symptoms of PMS.*
Studies indicate that B6 is an effective nutritional support for a variety of symptoms of PMS but researchers believe that the vitamin’s role as an enzyme cofactor in lipid metabolism facilitating the manufac- ture of critical prostaglandins from fatty acids may be the real pathway providing that symptom relief and possibly management of PMS in general. With that understanding, a woman suffering from symptoms of PMS would be wise to include intake of Omega 3 and Omega 6 polyunsaturated fatty acids in her diet on a dailybasis. Note: Due to the form of these nutrients (lipids as oil) and amount research indicates as optimal for the condition, they aren’t included in PreMense-T.