Warmi Menopause Relief by Lane Labs
Warmi provides better menopause relief, safely and naturally. The supplement is comprised of a patent-pending blend of vegetable and fruit extracts that are 85% organic and 100% vegetarian. These extracts are rich in nutrients such as glucosinates, beta-siterosterol and hesperidin
Warmi goes beyond hot flash and night sweat relief. In a preliminary clinical trial of 122 women, Warmi also enhanced hormonal balance, mood, cardiovascular and bone health, vaginal dryness and intercourse discomfort -- even overall quality of life. Many benefits were noted in just 30 days.*
Warmi is produced in Peru and the name itself, means woman in the ancient language of the Incas. The vegetable in Warmi was a food staple among Incan women 700 years ago.
Warmi contains no hormones, soy, isoflavones, black cohosh, ginseng, red clover or don quai found in other menopause products. It is comprised of extracts from a cruciferous vegetable, Lepidium meyenii, and from a citrus fruit.
There are three key nutrients in Warmi:
Gluocosinates are plant clemicals found in cruciferous vegetables. These are metabolized by the body as isothiocyanates, which are known for their appreciable biological benefits. Preliminary science suggests that glucosinates are inducers of cytoprotective enzymes and may promote a healthy cardiovascular system.*
Beta-sitosterol are white, waxy plant compounds, called sterols. Research suggests that Beta-sitosterol may help maintain healthy cholesterol levels. Beta-sitosterol has demonstrated immune modulating activity in some studies. Pre-clinical reports suggest that that the sterol has a weak estrogenic effect which may benefit the reproductive system.*
Hesperidin is a citrus flavonoid for cardiovascular and healthy inflammation support. Some evidence shows that hesperidin may also help bone metabolism.*
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