The supplement Estroven is made from all-natural ingredients, but that doesn't mean it's always safe for everyone at all times. Although the vitamins and minerals included in the supplement are at levels well below toxicity, other ingredients in the formula can cause problems for some people.
What's in Estroven?
Estroven contains vitamins E, B-12, B-6, other B-vitamins, and folic acid, as well as black cohosh, Soy Isoflavone and herbs.
What's not in Estroven?
Estroven contains none of these allergy-triggering ingredients: yeast, wheat, artificial dyes, colours, preservatives, flavours, gluten or lactose. It contains no prescription drugs.
What's Estroven's purpose?
Estroven is intended for use by perimenopausal, menopausal and post-menopausal women to help alleviate symptoms brought about by hormonal changes associated with menopause.
What are the side effects of Estroven?
Although it's been on the market since 1997, the only reported side-effect associated with Estroven is stomach upset.
Who should not use Estroven?
An ingredient in Estroven (black cohosh) can cause uterine cramping, and so it should not be taken by pregnant women. Estroven is not intended for, nor should it be taken by, men or children.
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