Taking Amberen

Every woman’s transition is as unique as she is — it can be as emotionally complicated as it is physically diverse. What’s more, you may not experience the same symptoms as your mother, sister, or friends. It’s important to be aware of how your own body is adjusting and make choices for yourself. Here is some information on how to take Amberen.

Directions: Amberen is a daily regimen. This means you should take two capsules – one white and one orange – daily after breakfast. Consider drinking caffeine-free liquids when taking Amberen.

Recommended intake: For best menopause symptom relief, take Amberen for at least 90 days. Consider making Amberen your daily regimen to help your body maintain hormonal balance during perimenopause and menopause transition.

What to expect: Every woman’s results vary when it comes to symptom relief. You may notice the improvement of your symptoms quickly, or over time. Several factors may play a role, such as general health, lifestyle habits or any existing health issues. Clinical studies on menopausal women with mild to moderate symptoms have shown that significant menopause symptom relief was observed after 90-days of continuous intake of Amberen.*

Even though most women should notice improvements within the first 30 days, based on clinical testing we recommend to continue taking Amberen for at least 90 days to experience efficient symptom relief.

If your progress is slower than expected, don’t get discouraged. Consult NurseAid to inquire about adjustments to your Amberen regimen.

Caution: Amberen is not intended for use by pregnant or nursing women. Do not take if you have severe hypertension. If you are taking prescription medication or have any medical condition consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if you have any adverse reaction.

Maintaining hormonal balance is essential for your health and well-being. Amberen is an innovative daily regimen that naturally restores your body’s hormone production and provides comfort for the physical and emotional effects of perimenopause and menopause.