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How ERr731 (Siberian rhubarb) Reduces Perimenopausal Symptoms

For women everywhere, menopause brings forth an exciting chapter of change. Ushering in heightened levels of energy with an expanded sense of inner peace, menopause can unlock a deeper sense of self. However, for some women the menopausal transition can mean enduring uncomfortable symptoms that strike unexpectedly. From hot and sweaty skin struggles, to feeling on-edge emotionally for no reason, to completely losing your sex drive (and sometimes, it feels, your mind) – it’s easy to see why going through menopause might not always feel like a time you’re keen to embrace.

Luckily, effective solutions have arrived for those navigating the rocky roads of menopause. New to Australia, Siberian rhubarb (ERr731™), is a medicinal plant used widely across Europe to relieve menopause symptoms for over 20 years.[1],[2] Shown in clinical trials to significantly improve hot flushes, nervous tension and low sex drive,[2],[3],[4],[5] ERr731™ has helped countless women achieve fantastic results in as little as four weeks.[2] By lessening the intensity of uncomfortable symptoms, ERr731™ can help women manage menopause with confidence and emerge with vibrance on the other side.

 

How does Siberian rhubarb (ERr731™) work on perimenopausal & menopausal symptoms?

When female hormones such as estrogen start to fluctuate between the age of 45 to 55 (discussed in this blog), perimenopausal & menopausal symptoms can arise. This is because hormones are a bit like a musical conductor controlling the rhythm of an orchestra; when the hormonal ‘rhythm’ changes, every cell can feel the effects.

To relieve menopausal symptoms associated with shifting hormone levels, natural compounds within Siberian rhubarb (ERr731™) can influence the body’s sensitivity to fluctuating estrogen ‘rhythm’. This can lessen the shock of intense hormonal fluctuations that can trigger symptoms such as hot flushes.[3],[4] Interestingly, Siberian rhubarb can also help calm the mind and body, which can also help to reduce the frequency of hot flushes.[6]

 

Celebrate the start of new chapter with Siberian rhubarb (ERr731™)

Natural ingredients within Siberian rhubarb (ERr731™) can help save women from suffering through menopause in silence. Offering a revolutionary option for individuals wanting to combat the challenges of menopause, ERr731™ is found only in Ethical Nutrients Clinical Estrovera. Estrovera provides support through all stages of menopause, so you can feel like yourself again. Say goodbye to enduring discomfort and hello to feeling like your vibrant self again with the power of Siberian rhubarb (ERr731™).

 

References

  1. Grundemann C. Hertrampf A. Sauer B. Garcia-Kaufer M. Zehl M. Huber R. Influence of Rheum rhaponticum, Cimicifuga racemosa and Trifolium pratense extracts on breast cancer cell proliferation. ZPT- Zeitschrift fur Phytotherapie. 2015; 36: 157-163.
  2. Heger M, Ventskovskiy BM, Borzenko I, Kneis KC, Rettenberger R, Kaszkin-Bettag M, Heger P. Efficacy and safety of a special extract of Rheum rhaponticum (ERr731) in perimenopausal women with climacteric complaints: a 12-week randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. J Nrth Am Men Soc. 2006; 13(5): 744-59.
  3. Hasper I, Ventskovskiy BM, Rettenberger R, Heger PW, Riley DS, Kaszkin-Bettage M. Long-term efficacy and safety of the special extract Err731 of Rheum rhaponticum in perimenopausal women with menopausal symptoms. J Nrth Am Men Soc. 2009; 16(1): 117-131.
  4. Kaszkin-Bettag M, Ventskovskiy BM, Solskyy S, Beck S, Hasper I, Kravchenko A, et al. Confirmation of the efficacy of ERr731 in perimenopausal women with menopausal symptoms. Alt Ther Heal Med. 2009; 15(1): 24-34.
  5. Kaszkin-Bettag M, Veentskovskiy BM, Kravchenko A, Rettenberger R, Richardson A, Heger P. The special extract ERr731 of the roots of Rheum rhaponticum decreases anxiety and improves health state and general well-being in perimenopausal women. J Nrth Am Men Soc. 2007; 14(2): 270-283.[1]
  6. Barth C, Villringer A, Sacher J. Sex hormones affect neurotransmitters and shape the adult female brain during hormonal transition periods. Front Neurosci. 2015 Feb 20;9:37. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2015.00037.
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