MenoKure is a compound Chinese herbal supplement designed specifically to improve overall health and alleviate symptoms during menopause. It is based on traditional formulae that have been used effectively for hundreds of years in China.
Women who are perimenopausal or who are experiencing symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, etc. MenoKure can be used as long as some or all symptoms are present.
Can I take MenoKure without being under a doctor’s care?
MenoKure is a supplement designed to be safely used without a prescription or a doctor’s direction. You are encouraged to ask questions and participate in discussion on our website.
How should I take MenoKure?
You should take two MenoKure tablets at a time, two to three times daily, with meals or immediately after. Please make sure to allow thirty minutes between MenoKure and any other supplements and /or medications.
Is it safe to take MenoKure while taking prescription medication?
You should not take MenoKure if you are on HRT or ERT (hormonal replacement therapy or estrogen replacement therapy). It is save to use with other prescription medications, as long as you allow 30 minutes between taking MenoKure and any other supplements and/or medications. If you have questions, consult with a professional specializing in Chinese herbs.
Can I take MenoKure if I have a chemotherapy-induced menopause?
Yes. Even if you have an estrogen-sensitive type of breast cancer, MenoKure does not contain any herbs that are known to stimulate the production of estrogen, so it is safe to use. However, it is a good idea to consult with a professional specializing in Chinese herbs when you are dealing with special health considerations in addition to menopause.
Does MenoKure have any side effects?
You might experience minor stomach discomfort if you take MenoKure on an empty stomach.
How is menopause understood in Chinese medicine?
When in good health, the body’s Yin (water) and Yang (fire) energies should be well balanced. Menopause is a process in which Yin energy and Yang energy are physiologically declining. As a result, the balance between Yin energy and Yang energy is disrupted. Often, because of our lifestyle, the decline of Yin energy is much more prevalent, and the Yang energy is in relative excess. That is the reason why menopausal women suffer from frequent hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, anxiousness and anxiety.
What should I do in order to achieve quicker and more stable results?
Stay away from alcohol and caffeine (green tea is OK with meal or after meals). Both can introduce more “fire” energy to your system and that makes your system consume more “water.” During menopause, your body already has too much “fire” and your “water” is low.
Eating foods considered “cool” or “cold” in nature may be helpful during menopause, for example: Yams, beans, soy, all kinds of melons, leafy greens, all kinds of berries, pears, etc. Avoid “warm-” or “hot-” natured foods such as alcohol, caffeine, cinnamon, hot and spicy foods or seasoning. Red meat in general is often considered “warm” or “hot.”