Menopausal Symptom Relief



  • Contains herbs traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to help relieve premenstrual symptoms and symptoms associated with menopause
  • For the symptomatic relief of vaginal atrophy and dryness related to menopause
  • Relief of hot flushes associated with menopause
  • For the relief of hormone related symptoms including breast pain, sweating, headaches, bloating, swelling, aches and pains
  • For the relief of common psychological hormone related complaints including irritability, distress, mood swings and anxiety
  • Supports healthy bones and may reduce bone loss in menopause
  • Chasteberry is traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to help stabilise menstrual cycle irregularities
  • Black Cohosh is traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to help ease nervous tension


  • Plant-based, vegetarian soft capsule shell
  • Easy-to-swallow, one-a-day capsules for hormone-related symptoms
  • Features SoyLife® , a botanical source of soy isoflavones including genistein, daidzein and glycitein
  • Made in Australia


Adults only: Take 1 capsule daily, or as directed by your healthcare professional. With or after meals.


30 Vegicaps®/bottle


Each capsule contains:
Isoflavones (calc. as daidzin/ein, genistin/ein, glycitin/ein) (of Glycine max)
from Glycine max (Soya Bean) seed germ ext. dry. conc. stand. equiv. to fresh
Actaea racemosa (Black Cohosh) root & rhizome ext. dry conc. stand. equiv. to dry
equiv. triterpene glycosides calc. as
27-desoxyactein (of Actaea racemosa)


Vitex agnus-castus (Chasteberry) fruit ext. dry conc. equiv. to dry 400mg
Evening primrose oil
equiv. gamma-Linolenic acid: 50mg & Linoleic acid: 325mg



If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner. In very rare cases, Black Cohosh has been associated with liver failure. If you are experiencing yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes, dark urine, nausea, vomiting, unusual tiredness, weakness, stomach or abdominal pain, and/or loss of appetite, you should stop using this product and see your doctor.