The Natural, Safe and Effective
Alternative for Hormonal Balance.
Swiss Natural HRT is a complete formula for the relief of perimenopausal and
menopausal symptoms. It is the natural, safe and effective hormone therapy
alternative, designed to promote hormonal balance by working with your
body's natural processes as your progress through menopause. Swiss Natural
HRT is formulated to offer appropriate symptomatic relief right from the
first sign of irregularity in your menstrual cycle, which is the stage known
as perimenopause. Daily use will help alleviate symptoms and delay or slow
the progression and severity of symptoms. Swiss Natural HRT will also help
to improve your quality of life by enhancing your peace of mind and
emotional well-being, and providing a positive effect on your libido.
Swiss Natural HRT contains six safe & effective herbs, including:
Black Cohosh Extract - Known for its estrogen-like effects and
ability to reduce the LH (Leutenizing Hormone) that contributes to hot
flashes. Black Cohosh is also useful to counter night sweats and headaches.
Red Clover Extract - Red Clover is an excellent source of
isoflavones, or phytoestrogens, the ingestion of which helps the body
stimulate a mild estrogen-like response.
Dong Quai Extract - Dong quai is the most important Chinese remedy
for women. It helps stabilize blood vessels; is a cardiovascular and
hormonal tonic; and has traditionally been used to relieve a wide variety of
gynaecological and menopausal symptoms.
Chaste Tree Berry - Chaste Tree Berry contains progesterone-like
compounds or precursors which inhibit the release of the Follicle
Stimulating Hormones (FSH) associated with menopausal symptoms. It also
helps maintain a balance between estrogen and progesterone.
Wild Yam Root Extract - Wild Yam, derived from the Mexican Wild
Yam Root, contains sterodial precursors which may regulate hormonal
functions- this is vital to ensure many women experience a smooth menopausal
Burdock Root Extract - Burdock Root is used in traditional medicine
as a cleansing agent for the blood and liver. It appears to have mild
diuretic properties which can help to alleviate bloating, and also act to
regulate blood sugar levels and reduce inflammation.
Once treated by mainstream medicine as a disease, menopause
is a normal transition in a woman’s life from an age of fertility to one of
wisdom. Like anything important in a woman’s life, this transition can
sometimes be a challenge. With the recent revelation that standard hormone
replacement therapy for the relief of hot flashes caused a significant
increase in the risk of cancer, a course of action for support during this
transition can be confusing.But there are effective and safe alternatives to
HRT with drugs.
menopause is complete when one year has passed since the cessation of
menstruation. The perimenopausal period can last for several years. During
this time women experience gradual cycle changes like more or less bleeding
and variations in cycle length. Anemia can occur due to heavy menstrual
bleeding. Another way to experience menopause is through the removal of
the ovaries. Hormonal shifts during perimenopause or after ovary removal
cause hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, low libido, urinary
incontinence, dizziness, heart palpitations, headaches and mood swings.
Factors that aggravate symptoms are poor diet, stress, alcohol, caffeine,
tobacco and spices.
Around menopause hormone release occurs sporadically
and produces symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness,
low libido, urinary incontinence, dizziness, heart palpitations, headaches,
irregular cycles, irregular bleeding and mood swings. Estrogen receptors
are located on non-reproductive cells too. Therefore, menopause affects the
aging of a women’s whole body. Skin cells need estrogen to stay smooth and
moist. The thyroid gland uses estrogen to maintain body temperature.
Proper bone formation requires estrogen. The arteries and heart require
estrogen for maintaining their functioning.
Progesterone and testosterone levels also decline in menopause.
Progesterone has a calming affect on the brain and nervous system and
menopausal women may suffer with anxiety, depression or other emotional
concerns. Testosterone regulates the libido and contributes to a decrease
in sex drive often reported by menopausal women.
The typical perimenopausal symptoms are treated conventionally by synthetic
hormone replacement of estrogen, progesterone and/or testosterone. It
decreases perimenopausal symptoms and was also believed to protect against
heart disease, bone loss and some cancers. Recently these benefits have
been called into question. New research suggests that there may also be
health risks associated with hormone replacement regardless of whether the
source is synthetic or natural. Talk to a health professional about the
benefits and drawbacks of hormone replacement.
The relief of these symptoms and natural support for the increased risk of
other health concerns aggravated by menopause should include some or all of
the following: balancing of hormones (sex hormones as well as adrenal and
thyroid hormones), reducing symptoms like hot flashes and mood swings,
supporting bone health, and supporting heart health. Natural support of the
menopausal woman involves supporting the whole body because at menopause
women lose the protective effect of estrogen on the body. The skeletal and
cardiovascular systems are especially susceptible to degeneration due to low