Hot flashes

Vitamin E & Black Cohosh

Monthly Plan: $25.00 / month
Quarterly plan: $20.00 / month

A natural remedy for natural changes.

  • Both are used for the treatment of menopausal symptoms
  • Studies show both may reduce the severity and frequency of hot flashes
  • Estrogen and progesterone free
  • Non-prescription
  • 400 IU dose of vitamin E, 40 mg of black cohosh
  • Take one capsule daily with food

This information isn’t a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to your doctor.

Women who are pregnant or possibly pregnant, breastfeeding, taking warfarin or other anticoagulants, have decreased clotting, liver disease or diabetes should not take vitamin E and Black Cohosh. Potential side effects include upset stomach, dizziness, and headache. Black Cohosh contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Vitamin E & Black Cohosh

The science behind
Vitamin E & Black Cohosh.

“Remember to take your vitamins” isn’t just a saying from our mothers. It can be an essential habit that helps relieve hot flashes. Vitamin E and black cohosh are natural remedies that can help diminish the severity and frequency of hot flashes.

In a double-blind, controlled study, vitamin E reduced the intensity and rate of hot flashes more than a placebo when compared. In another study, after six months of taking black cohosh, women with menopausal symptoms reported an 85 percent lower hot flash score. The special roots of the black cohosh plant have been used for centuries as a natural remedy for perimenopausal symptoms. It’s mother nature helping out mother nature.

Ingredients

  • Vitamin E

    The benefits of vitamin E are plentiful. It’s a vital nutrient for good vision, reproduction, and healthy skin. It also acts as a powerful antioxidant that helps guard your body against harmful free radicals like tobacco smoke and radiation.

  • Black Cohosh

    The root of the black cohosh herb has been used medicinally for centuries by Native American Indians. It gained popularity in 1950s Europe to treat women’s health and continues to be a natural remedy today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are vitamin E and black cohosh?

Vitamin E is an essential nutrient needed for healthy vision, reproduction, and immunity. It is a fat-soluble vitamin that is also an antioxidant. Black Cohosh is a plant whose roots are used as an herbal supplement.

How do I use vitamin E and black cohosh?

You should take one capsule (which combines 400 IU of vitamin E and 40 mg of black cohosh) daily and with food.

What are the potential side effects of taking vitamin E and black cohosh?

Potential side effects of Black Cohosh are upset stomach, dizziness, headache, nausea, and rash. Patients taking high doses can experience cramping, diarrhea, vomiting, and weight changes. High doses of vitamin E can increase the risk of bleeding and can be associated with nausea, vomiting, headache,dizziness and blurred vision.

How long does it take for vitamin E and black cohosh to start working?

Most women who get relief from black cohosh and vitamin E will see some improvement in 4 weeks.