Manage your menopause naturally with Promensil
Discover how Promensil has helped other women
Listen to the stories of four women who were recommended Promensil by Maryon Stewart, a world-renowned healthcare expert who is referred to as the Pioneer of the Natural Menopause Movement.
Red Clover isoflavones help balance female hormones by mimicking the action of oestrogen in the body, which in turn help support women by reducing common symptom such as hot flushes and night sweats. Unlike other red clover supplements, Promensil is backed by over 20 years of scientific research and uses only a standardised patented extraction process to guarantee purity and quantity of Red Clover isoflavones at the optimal levels.
Are you experiencing the menopause and suffering with hot flushes and night sweats? Then it’s time to try Promensil and be positively natural as you take your first steps to effectively managing your menopause. #TryNaturalFirst
Promensil are leading experts in menopause support and provide a range of Red Clover Isoflavone supplements and a Cooling Spray. The supplement range has been developed to target specific stages of the menopause for long term management and the spray is for instant relief:
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Promensil Double Strength is more effective than lower-dose products and backed by published scientific research. This one-a-day formulation is recommended as a starter dose when women are seeking support during the first stages of the menopause when conditions can be at their worse.
- Standardised Red Clover Isoflavones
- Naturally Occurring Plant Oestrogens
- Back by Scientific Research
Promensil Cooling Spray is the most versatile product in the range, it can be used alongside any menopause treatment including HRT. The spray works using rapid evaporation technology which draws heat away from the skin, offering instant relief for hot flushes and night sweats.
- Hot Flushes
- Night Sweats
*Survey carried out by PharmaCare on 501 women who had tried Promensil