Meno-Prev™ + Mood & Memory is an all natural formula designed to provide direct relief for specific menopausal complaints, while, at the same time offering broad support to other bodily systems most often affected by the hormonal changes of menopause.
For example, Meno-Prev™ + Mood & Memory contains gentle herbs to help alleviate symptoms relating to issues of mood, memory and libido.
Additionally, this comprehensive formula provides liver and circulatory support. It also contains herbs to reduce symptoms of PMS for those in the perimenopause phase.
Recommended Use: Meno-Prev™ + Mood & Memory helps to reduce symptoms of menopause.
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