What is Femarin?
Femarin presents its product with the idea that woman should have an all-natural ingredient supplement to help support their hormonal changes during the menopause phases of life. Therefore the product has been formulated with this idea at the forefront of their marketing campaign. The following information has been collected and reviewed by ourselves in an attempt to discover if the product, Femarin, produces the results it claims.
Femarin contains the following four natural ingredients:
- Gamma Oryzanol – is a byproduct of rice bran oil. It can also be found in some fruits and vegetables as well as wheat bran. It is used primarily to reduce cholesterol levels. However, it is frequently promoted for treating menopause symptoms yet research is unclear about how it would work.
- Black Cohosh – a very popular root plant that has been used to treat the symptoms of menopause. It is used to help alleviate vaginal dryness, night sweats, palpitations, and sleep disturbances, changes in mood, hot flashes and headaches. There is some scientific evidence that it does help with this symptoms but experts consider this evidence to be insufficient at best.
- Dong Quai– is used to treat symptoms of menopause and menstrual related issues. Based on scientific evidence though, Don Quai is possibly more effective in treating premature ejaculation in men than it is for menopausal symptoms.
- Licorice- is used mainly as flavoring in food items and tobacco, however the chemicals in licorice are believed to reduce swelling and thin down mucus secretions, and increase the chemicals in the body that help heal ulcers. Licorice is also commonly used to treat a variety of digestive system issues.
Femarin suggests taking two capsules each day. It is not specific as to when you might take these or if they should be taken together or separately; with or without food.
Femarin comes at a cost of $35.90 per bottle. There is no indication on the bottle as to how many capsules are contained within the bottle. With the recommended dosage being two capsules per day, there should be at least 60 capsules to provide a full month supply.
We are unable to locate a guarantee for Femarin. However, depending on where you purchase this product, whether it is online or in a store, they might offer their own guarantee or product return policy. It is best to ask about a guarantee or return policy before purchasing.
Unfortunately the ingredients in Femarin seem to be haphazardly tossed in together and marketed as a menopause relief alternative. There is no solid scientific evidence that the product will be able to assist a user in relieving the symptoms of menopause effectively. Lacking a guarantee or an indication as to how many capsules the bottle contains should leave a consumer wary of making the purchase.