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Women's Vitality Relieves Menopausal Symptoms Naturally

by Dr. Jason Barker November 19, 2019

Women's Vitality Relieves Menopausal Symptoms Naturally

Women’s Vitality™ formula is made to provide relief for women going through hormonal imbalances. It helps with insomnia, hot flashes, night sweats, mood instability and other hormonally-driven symptoms during the course of perimenopause and menopause.

This formula supports a woman’s hormonal balance, namely progesterone and estrogen activity. It contains several botanical medicines and nutrients that have traditionally been used for supporting female health and vitality by supporting hormone balance and restoration at healthy levels.

Best Uses For Women’s Vitality Formula:

  • Hot flashes
  • Irritability
  • Night sweats
  • During perimenopause and menopause
  • Mood imbalance
  • Low libido
  • Fatigue
  • Feelings of overwhelm, depression and anxiety caused by hormone imbalance.

Here’s how  Women's Vitality Formula works:

Black Cohosh has been traditionally used by the Native American culture in order to reduce cramping, hot flashes and other hormone-related symptoms in women. New science on this botanical medicine demonstrates its ability to support healthy levels of luteinizing hormone, a key driver of healthy estrogen levels in times of decline such as perimenopause and menopause.

Soy Isoflavones are specific compounds (genistein, daidzein) with proven estrogen-supportive activity.  These are interesting compounds that have been shown to modulate estrogen levels; meaning that if estrogen is high the isoflavones will moderate estrogen’s effect, and if low they will boost estrogenic activity. The soy from which the isoflavones are derived in this product are certified non-GMO.

Passionflower contains several compounds with mildly sedative properties. It also works in conjunction as a synergist to restore healthy hormone levels in women. Additionally, Passionflower supports healthy sleep and may relieve muscle spasms.

Chaste Tree supports female hormone balance by exerting its effects on the pituitary gland to secrete luteinizing hormone which in turn boosts progesterone release, thereby lessening symptoms of menopause.

Wild Yam contains a chemical known as diosgenin which has some of the same properties as progesterone and the hormone DHEA.  Wild Yam can also enhance estrogen binging to its receptors, increasing the effects of lower estrogen levels.

Licorice Root contains compounds which inhibit the breakdown of cortisol in the body, enhancing its anti-inflammatory effects. It’s also an anti-spasmodic and mild laxative.

Burdock Root supports immunity and has liver-protective effects.

Dong Quai is a traditional Chinese medicine with thousands of years of use. It’s also known as the “female ginseng” because of it’s female-specific adaptogenic effects - it’s helpful in hormone imbalance, mood disturbances, PMS, bone health and PMS symptoms.

Magnesium is included in this formula due to its involvement in so many bodily systems and relative lack in the average American diet.  Magnesium supports bone health, sleep, anxiety and muscle relaxation.


Mountain Peak Nutritionals Women's Vitality Formula was made for women who want a reliable way to relive the symptoms of hormone balance, naturally. It doesn’t contain any hormones and contains all the most important female-supportive botanical medicines known. Try it today for fast, natural relief!

Dr. Jason Barker
Dr. Jason Barker


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