PhytoMix for Women


Menopause is a natural stage in a woman’s life, a normal, gradual physiological process.

Why does this happen?

With age, the functioning of the ovaries begins to gradually taper off and estrogen production decreases, and as a result, a woman’s endocrine system must strike a new balance. Because hormones govern so many life processes, their decreasing levels during menopause manifest themselves in various unpleasant symptoms.


  • Menstrual irregularities
  • Hot flashes and increased perspiration
  • Headaches
  • Raised blood pressure
  • Mood swings
  • Loss of libido
  • Insomnia
  • Sleepiness, fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Memory disturbances
  • Increased heart rate

Additional information:

Hot flashes – a sudden feeling of heat, with increased perspiration, a rapid pulse and spikes in blood pressure—is one of the most common symptoms women suffer from during the perimenopause. They usually last around 3-10 minutes and can occur with varying frequency and intensity that can make day-to-day activities very uncomfortable. Hot flashes arise as a result of disturbances to the body’s thermoregulatory system. They are one of the main reasons menopausal women see their doctor asking for advice on how to improve their condition.


No matter how much we would like to avoid, delay, or skip over menopause, it is an inevitability.

It is a process created by mother nature.

How can we help the women in our lives: our mothers, grandmothers and sisters?

We can lessen the negative symptoms as much as possible and do our best to make their lives more comfortable.

How it can be done:

Option 1. Doctors often prescribe hormone replacement therapy (HRT). The method aims to replace the lost estrogen using pharmaceutical drugs. HRT is fairly effective, for example it can reduce hot flashes by 80-90%.

First and foremost, HRT must not be taken long-term due to the risk of complications and side effects, a list of which can be found below. That means the relief is short-lasting, and going against your doctor’s advice and continuing therapy wouldn’t be worth it.

Secondly, there are a number of contraindications when it comes to prescribing HRT (see additional information).

Thirdly, there are other risks that arise in relation to HRT (see additional information).

Alternative Option 2: Phytoestrogens.

Phytoestrogens are plant-based compounds that due to their structural similarity to the female sex hormones are used successfully in modern medicine to help smooth out various hormonal disturbances, including those during menopause.

Additional Information

Hormone replacement therapy is not recommended if:

  • You have or have had neoplasms of the uterus, ovaries or breasts.
  • You suffer from kidney or liver failure.
  • You have high blood cholesterol.
  • You have problems with your veins, acute thrombophlebitis and thromboembolisms.
  • You have endometriosis.
  • You have insulin-dependent diabetes.
  • You have congenital fat metabolic disorders.


  • Help to prevent the development of diseases of the cardiovascular system.
  • Normalize metabolic processes in the dermis and help to slow the aging of the skin.
  • Help to prevent depletion of calcium from bone.
  • Significantly improve the woman’s well-being.

What are phytoestrogens and why might their use be a safe alternative to hormone replacement therapy (HRT)?

Phytoestrogens are unique compounds found in plants of a similar chemical makeup to endogenous estrogen. Without being hormones, the effect they have on the body is similar to estrogen, alleviating the uncomfortable symptoms caused by insufficient estrogen.

The compounds of course cannot fully substitute for human estrogen, but they are capable of significantly improving a woman’s mood throughout menopause.

Their indisputable advantage is that they have none of the side effects or contraindications accompanying pharmaceutical hormone replacement drugs. Phytoestrogens can be taken long-term, substantially improving quality of life and prolonging active longevity.

Which plants contain phytoestrogens?

Plants that contain phytoestrogens:

  • Legumes
  • Vegetables
  • Soy products
  • Grains
  • Vegetable oils
  • Blue cheese

When it comes to phytoestrogens, the most common source that comes to mind is soy and soy products (see additional information).

Many legumes contain nearly the same levels of phytoestrogens—peas, beans of all sizes, lentils and alfalfa.

Blue cheese contains phytoestrogens from a fungus that adds its own hormone-like compounds to the product.

Rye, barley, rice, oats, wheat and sunflower seeds all contain phytoestrogens, and in higher levels when sprouted or when juice is made from their immature spikelets.

Vegetables — carrots, broccoli and cauliflower, ginger, parsley, celery and garlic – enrich our menu with phytoestrogens.

Vegetable oils, such as from olives, soy, flaxseed, coconut, sesame, and wheat germ oil supply the body with phytohormones as well.

Additional information:

Interest in legumes intensified in the late twentieth century following a number of seminal public health surveys in Europe, Asia, and North and South America, which showed that in Japan, China, Indonesia, South Korea and Taiwan, the mortality rates from cancer and heart disease were much lower than in the “civilized” countries, while women suffered less from the symptoms of menopause, osteoporosis and breast cancer. The Japanese language does not even have a word for hot flashes. Southeast Asian cuisine traditionally involves a large amount of soy and the conclusion has been drawn that their superior health stems from that fact.

PhytoMix for Women


More information about product can be found on the official website. Also you can ask me for details.


PhytoMix for Women is a non-hormonal product with the intended purpose of supporting women’s physical and mental health during menopause and reducing the discomfort associated with its typical symptoms (hot flashes, increased perspiration, mood swings, insomnia, depression).

It contains the amino acid beta-alanine, Lifenol hops extract, flaxseed lignans and saffron extract.

PhytoMix is a safe and effective alternative to hormonal treatments.

Phytoestrogens, amino acids and antioxidants are exactly what a woman needs to supplement her diet and rebalance her body and mind during menopause.

Suggested Use

PhytoMix for Women:

  • Reducing the frequency and intensity of hot flashes and other menopause symptoms caused by lowered estrogen levels;
  • Recalibrating the sleep-wake cycle;
  • Stabilizing the woman’s emotional state.

Active components of PhytoMix for Women:

  • Lifenol
  • Amino acid β-alanine
  • Flaxseed Lignan Complex
  • Saffron

Amino acid β-alanine participates in two complex mechanisms that affect thermoregulation and play an important role in easing hot flashes.

Lifenol is a standardized extract of hops that ensures the mixture is complete and keeps the active plant-based ingredients from breaking down. It contains stable concentrations of flavonoids, including the main active ingredient 8-PN, acts similar to estrogen (See additional information).

Flaxseed Lignan Complex (Linum usitatisimum) is well-recognized around the world as a functional food (is more health enhancing than its calorie-count would lead us to expect). Flaxseed is rich in α-linoleic acid, which is an essential fatty acid in the omega-3 group and in phytochemical substances such as lignans. Flaxseed provides extreme health benefits as a source of phytoestrogens.

Saffron (Crocus sativus) has shown promise as a plant-based treatment for depression, as well as for weight control. During menopause, serotonin levels fall alongside estrogen levels, which can lead to depression, anxiety and panic disorders. Moreover, during this time, subcutaneous fat is redistributed, and the problem of excess weight can become a really serious issue.

Additional Information:

Hop cones are the female inflorescences of the perennial herbaceous plant lupulus. Common hops are used traditionally for the treatment of a wide range of conditions, including sleep disruptions, increased excitability and worry as a result of mental stress, headaches, spasms, edema and uterine hypertonia. It is now known that hops have this reputation thanks to the fact that they contain 8-prenylnaringenin (8-PN), which acts in a similar mode to estrogen.

Lifenol – extract made of hop cones.

Lifenol ® is a high-quality, standardized extract made of hop cones, and one of the main natural sources of phytoestrogens, developed by the company Naturex (France).

Hop cones contain phytoestrogen 8-PN (8-prenylnaringenin). Experiments have shown that 8-PN effectively regulates the activity of the endocrine system even when estrogen levels have fallen in the body, something that happens during menopause.

8-prenylnaringenin (8-PN) is one of the most effective phytoestrogens; its beneficial effects on the health have been well studied, clinically proven and written about in detail in scientific works. This ingredient is what gives the hops its estrogen and antioxidant effects, making it a great choice for women during menopause.

Clinical research has confirmed that it takes only six weeks after taking the extract to reduce some of the main symptoms of menopause by half: hot flashes become less frequent and the emotional state becomes more stable, and night sweats become less intense.

On the whole, women taking Lifenol notice that their quality of life changes dramatically.

The main advantage of Lifenol over hormone replacement therapy is its safety. It is a completely natural product that contains phytoestrogens that are not hormones and therefore do not have negative effects on the body. Lifenol is not simply a solutions for the symptoms of menopause, it helps to prevent health problems connected to the hormonal changes (reduced bone density, cardiovascular malfunctions, poor skin condition, etc.)

In our time, when menopause often occurs during the peak of a woman’s career, this alternative is especially important.

Amino acid β-alanine.

β-alanine is an amino acid that plays an important role in softening such symptoms as hot flashes, night sweats, and the blood pressure jumps and drops that women often suffer from during menopause. Taking β-alanine helps reduce the frequency and intensity of hot flashes, recalibrates the sleep-wake cycle and improves the mental and emotional states.

Although this amino acid is not essential in the diet as the body can synthesize it on its own, its levels fall with age, so supplementing with it β-alanine is the perfect solution.

The effectiveness of beta-alanine can be explained by the fact that the amino acid is involved in several mechanisms that control the body’s thermoregulatory system. Firstly, β-alanine directly affects the thermoregulatory centre, acting fast (hot flashes are eliminated in minutes). Moreover, one component of it, carnosine, helps to stabilize the metabolism and gradually re-calibrate the body’s internal thermostat.

β-alanine is also necessary for the synthesis of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5). It is necessary for the synthesis of coenzyme A, involved in many biochemical processes. Thanks to the accumulation of carnosine and pantothenic acid in the body, the processes of energy generation and consumption are optimized, and that also has a positive effect on thermoregulatory processes.

Surveys have shown that taking β-alanine is an effective and safe alternative to hormone replacement therapy. While readjusting a woman’s physiological and emotional state, it causes no side effects.

For example, β-alanine does not lead to water retention in the body, something that often happens with HRT, when a woman puts on extra weight due to water being help up in the tissues.

β-alanine is not habit forming and does not cause sleepiness.

Flax seed lignan complex.

Flaxseed are rich in α-linoleic acid (an essential fatty acid in the omega-3 group) and phytochemical substances such as lignans. Flaxseed provides extreme health benefits as a source of phytoestrogens, which is especially important for women. Research has shown that phytoestrogens contained in flaxseed have the added benefit of containing additional components such as omega-3 fatty acid, which gives tangible relief from menopause symptoms. When we take Phytomix that contains flax lignans, our gut bacteria convert them into substances that are structurally similar to estrogen such as enterodiol and enterolactone.

When estrogen levels in the body are low (the norm during menopause), the lignans behave like weak estrogen and help to reduce the discomfort associated with the transition.

However, if a woman’s own estrogen levels are too high, the lignans block the surplus by binding to the estrogen receptors. Thanks to this quality, lignans help to reduce the risk of hormone-dependent tumors developing as a result of the surplus of estrogen activity.

Moreover, lignans help to protect the body from free radicals (their effect is comparable to that of Vitamin E, a power antioxidant). Thus, they help to prevent premature aging.

Lignans effectively support the health of the cardiovascular system: in addition to fighting inflammations, they help to reduce the levels of so-called bad cholesterol, which is linked to a greater likelihood of developing arteriosclerosis and coronary artery disease.

Another benefit is that they positively affect the emotional state: inhibiting the enzymes that activate cortisol (the stress hormone), they reduce stress while easing depressive symptoms caused by menopause.

Saffron stigma extract.

Saffron has unique medicinal qualities. It is the most expensive spice in the world, and the only one that has remained at the same high price since the middle ages, when a pound of saffron could be traded for an Arabian horse. In the orient, it was referred to as red gold. The high price of saffron can be explained by two things. First of all, its production is very labour intensive, and secondly, its aroma, flavour and medicinal qualities are unparalleled in the world of seasonings. Saffron is the dehydrated stigmas off the pistils of a crocus (Crocus sativus), that blooms en masse for only 10-15 days per year, while each individual blossom blooms for only 2-3 days. The flowers are collected and the pistils processed by hand only. The stigmas must be cut out at dawn on the first day of blooming. The quality of saffron depends on the speed at which it was gathered and dried. 80,000 to 150,000 flowers must be processed to get but a kilogram of saffron!

Saffron stigma extract exhibits an accentuated antidepressant effect thanks to its ability to normalize serotonin in the brain. It is well-known that women during menopause often experience melancholy, indifference toward life and difficulty concentrating. These emotional disturbances are caused by reduced estrogen levels, in tandem with which the levels of serotonin, the happy hormone, fall as well. Serotonin has effects on important psychological and physiological functions: mood, libido, cognitive abilities and memory, capacity for work, sleep patterns and appetite.

It has been proven that saffron extract has a positive effect on the mood, suppressing depression and making it difficult to overeat, and consequently reducing weight gain.

Saffron extract stimulates the central nervous system, releasing dopamine and serotonin and increasing their half-life in the brain, improving memory, concentration, overall vitality and the condition of the skin.

PhytoMix for Women: Safely and Effectively Alleviate Menopause Symptoms.

In the past, the focus was on overcoming menopause, but today, we talk about getting through it.

In the past, the problems associated with the perimenopausal period were off topic for discussion, but today, we have transparent and reliable information on the issues surrounding menopause, analyzing it as it occurs, with an individual approach to every woman.

In the past, we only talked about treating menopause, but today we focus more on self-care, a sense of well-being, accepting oneself and preventing complications.

In the past, menopause was viewed as a disease, whereas today it is known to simply result from deficits in certain hormones in women that require rapid replacement.

In the past, medicine was the focal point: “Get the only cure that will help you during menopause!” Today the only way for a women to smoothly transition into a new more mature period in life is to have the right lifestyle philosophy: healthy food, active recreation, professional success, continuing social activities, being satisfied in your personal life, and of course Phytomix.

It is important that you stay active. Take up physical exercise (for at least half an hour per day) and try to lead an active lifestyle, as this prevents osteoporosis. Take hikes, choose to walk instead of driving and take the stairs even when an elevator is available.

Remember that menopause is not the name of a disease. It’s other name—climacteric—comes from the Greek klimax, which means a stage or step toward a new phase in life, a transition that can be pleasant and energetic, thanks to PhytoMix for women.

PhytoMix for Women has a positive effect on the hormonal balance of the woman’s body, soothes and helps to reduce the frequency of mood swings, depression, insomnia.


Directions: One capsule daily with a meal.

Precautions: If pregnant or nursing, consult your healthcare practitioner before taking this product.

Storage: Keep out of reach of children. Protect from heat, light, and moisture. Store in a dry place at MAX. 25°С.

Manufactured in USA


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