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ZenBears Menopause Capsules

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ZenBears menopause capsules include a number of vitamin and herbal supplements that can help to support your overall wellness during menopause.

  • Size: 60 capsules
  • Vegan


Say goodbye to hot flushes, night sweats, fatigue and low mood. Say hello to getting back to your best self with ZenBears Menopause Capsules


Menopause explained.

Menopause is the time when your menstrual periods stop permanently and you can no longer get pregnant. Some people call the time leading up to a woman’s last period menopause. This time actually is the transition to menopause, or perimenopause. After menopause, your body makes much less of the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Very low estrogen levels after menopause can affect your health and cause symptoms such as hot flashes. You can take steps to protect your health and relieve your symptoms.


What are the most common menopause symptoms?

Not every woman has significant symptoms and you may find you barely notice the transition. But here are the most common menopause symptoms:

  • Menstrual changes
  • Hot flushes
  • Mood swings and depression
  • Sexual issues
  • Muscle aches and joint stiffness
  • Difficulty sleeping

And what about post-menopause?

After menopause, a lack of oestrogen means you’re more susceptible to developing osteoporosis and heart disease. You may also find you gain weight and your skin starts to become dryer.


We understand that getting everything you need whilst navigating menopause can be difficult. That’s why ZenBears have included everything they can into one capsule! ZenBears menopause capsules include ingredients often used to help the menopause and give your body a boost.


ZenBears menopause capsules might:

  • Restore harmony in your body
  • Reduce tiredness and fatigue
  • Support Healthy mood and strong bones


B Vitamins – help to maintain a healthy heart, red blood cell formation and a healthy nervous system. Vitamin B6 helps make serotonin, a chemical responsible for transmitting brain signals. As women age, serotonin levels drop. Fluctuating serotonin levels may be a contributing factor in the mood swings and depression common in menopause. Vitamins B6 and B12 may help support cognitive function, which means the ability to think, reason, and remember. Memory problems, focus, and “brain fog” can occur during menopause. Getting enough of these vitamins may lower the risk of developing dementia over time, whether or not they are experiencing menopause.


Vitamin K2 – helps your bones stay strong. Vitamin K2 helps create a protein. This protein acts as a glue and holds calcium onto your bones. Your bones remain strong, and you look and feel more youthful. Researchers think they are finding a connection between Vitamin K2 and anxiety. Because Vitamin K2 helps you keep blood glucose levels stable, it helps regulate your mood. That mood stability is going to help you respond and not react to what life throws at you. Vitamin K2 supports skin health by boosting skin elasticity. This means that when your diet is rich in Vitamin K2, you’ll see fewer wrinkles and dark shadows under your eyes.

Zinc – is so important for your hormones. It’s needed for hormone production. It’s also really important for your immune system and we do know that during menopause, immune function can be compromised due to all the physical and emotional changes that are going on. Zinc is also really important for the skin, for wound healing, and also to maintain your smell and taste. Zinc influences cognitive functions, improves memory and minimizes the risk of depression – for those of you on anti-depressants then this is a clue to also look at your zinc intake. In addition, zinc reduces fatigue, mood swings and psychomotor hyperactivity.

Magnesium – is an important mineral required by the body in order for it to stay healthy. Testosterone in females is very important for fat metabolism, mood, energy and libido amongst other functions. Testosterone levels naturally decline, along with other hormones, during the perimenopause and menopause, so if we can address our nutritional habits with a view to supporting levels of testosterone and paying attention to our lifestyles everything will benefit. During menopause, it’s important for keeping bones strong and preventing osteoporosis, or weakening of bones. Magnesium may also reduce unwanted side effects of menopause, such as difficulty sleeping and depression while supporting heart health.

Sage – has been used for centuries for treating illness in various forms: sage tea has been traditionally used for treating digestive and circulatory problems, coughs, mouth and throat inflammations, excessive sweating, among other issues. Sage essential oils have been used in the treatment of nervous and respiratory diseases, and they also have antiseptic and astringent properties. Various studies have shown that sage could be beneficial for: Reducing excessive sweating and hot flushes in menopause, Improving memory and cognition, diabetes, antibacterial

Panax Ginseng –  is a herbal compound that has been used in Chinese herbal medicine for thousands of years and is often referred to as the ‘king of herbs’.Ginseng may help fight fatigue and enhance physical activity by lowering oxidative damage and increasing energy production in cells. Ginseng has been shown to benefit mental functions, feelings of calmness and mood in both healthy people and those with Alzheimer’s disease.

Evening primrose oil – is one of the most popular remedies for menopausal changes. Hot flashes, a condition that causes women to become hot and flustered, are said to be alleviated by evening primrose oil. Menopausal women also use the oil to treat anxiety, hair loss, insomnia, and joint pain. A recent study revealed that over 60% of menopausal women use evening primrose in some capacity to relieve menopause symptoms.

Ginkgo – has been found to contain phytoestrogens (similar to red clover) and can raise estrogen levels, naturally improving hormonal imbalances. A 2014 Iranian study found that women taking ginkgo as an herbal remedy for menopause every day for 30 days felt more sexual desire compared with those taking a placebo. Ginkgo has also been shown to help relieve some of the psychological symptoms of the menopause – including memory problems and mild anxiety.14 So, ginkgo can restore your get-up-and-go in more ways than one!



Directions for use: Take 1 capsule per day as needed




Balancing your hormones doesn’t always require medication or therapy, sometimes the root of these issues lie in your diet and lifestyle choices. Luckily, paying attention to your body and adjusting to its needs is an easy way to get your health back on track!

Just like with medications herbal supplements can have some side effects. Always consult your doctor before you start taking supplements to help determine if they would suit your needs, or to make sure they won’t interact with any medication you are taking.

Additional information


Vitamin B6, Vitamin k2, sage, panax ginseng, magnesium, zinc, evening primrose, ginkgo biloba, vitamin b12, hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose (HPMC)

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