Our soothing SymptomEase Menopause Spice Blend is a carefully crafted fusion of premium organic spices, potentially offering homemade remedies for menopause. While we cannot make explicit claims about treating or managing menopause, we embrace the potential power of natural remedies for menopause relief. Our blend features a harmonious combination of black cohosh, dong quai, chasteberry, soy, sage, red clover, and flax seed, selected for their potential benefits during menopause. Experience the comforting power of our blend, supporting your well-being during this stage of life.
This is a healthy choice for individuals seeking natural ingredients for menopause. Our SymptomEase blend offers a delicious and potentially supportive experience for those navigating the menopausal journey. Sprinkle it onto roasted vegetables, stir-fries, or grain bowls to add a unique and potentially beneficial touch. Mix it into soups, sauces, or dressings to infuse them with the blend's distinctive flavors and potential menopause-supporting properties. It can also be used as a seasoning for tofu, tempeh, or legume dishes, allowing you to experiment with the quantity based on your taste preferences and desired effects.
ONE-STOP-SPICE-BLEND - you don't have to open several bottles to get loads of health benefits
- Add at least a teaspoon (or more) a day to your smoothies or foods to help maintain your youthful vitality and natural skin care routine
4 oz. package lasts approximately 45 days using minimum of 1 teaspoon per day.
All Longevity Spices Blends are blended specifically to add great healthy benefits and flavor yet not overpower your original food flavors.
HOW TO USE: For best results for either culinary flavor or botanical healing, start with 1/4 teaspoon to 1 teaspoon per serving. Build to desired amount. Can be used on a daily basis. For best flavor let sit 5-10 minutes to absorb into your food. Use in your Smoothies, Sauteed Veggies, Yogurt & Fruits, Soups Salads & Salad Dressings, Seafood, Meats, Chicken
INGREDIENTS: black cohosh, dong quai, chasteberry, soy, sage, red clover, flax seed
Disclosure: Although spices have been used for centuries as natural medicine, please understand that suggestions are holistic–not professional medical advice. Always consult with your health care provider before diagnosing or treating yourself.