SÉNUVO GRACE™

Natural Relief For Menopausal Women

During the transition of menopause, a woman’s hormones are completely disrupted resulting in uncomfortable, even painful, side effects. These side effects can include anxiety, irritability, hot flashes, memory loss, insomnia, vaginal dryness and heavy bleeding. Dramatic and random mood swings are also common. Hormone replacement therapy can help relieve symptoms but it doesn’t address the cause of the hormonal imbalance. In addition, study after study has shown the chemicals used in hormone replacement therapy may cause deadly side effects such as cancer, stroke and heart disease.1 Women also worry about the chemicals, cost and potential dependency of hormone replacement therapy.

SÉNUVO GRACE™

Sénuvo Grace™ is made with herbs and other natural ingredients that have been used for centuries to effectively provide relief to menopausal women. As part of the Sénuvo Foundation Line, each of the ingredients included in this formula was specifically chosen because of its ability to help stabilize hormones and subdue symptoms. Ashwagandha improves stress, insomnia, memory and libido.2 Dong Quai helps with many ailments including hot flashes and vaginal dryness.3 Nettle helps reduce discomfort, supports healthy bones and joints and increases estrogen.4 Sage inhibits the same enzyme as many Alzheimer drugs.4 See how Sénuvo Grace™ can help you find relief today!

BENEFITS
+ DECREASES STRESS & ANXIETY
+ IMPROVES INSOMNIA & EXHAUSTION
+ REDUCES HOT FLASHES & NIGHT SWEATS
+ HELPS MAINTAIN A HEALTHY HEART
+ IMPROVES MEMORY

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USAGE
Every day, take two to four capsules. Take morning and night. Consult with your health care professional if you are nursing or pregnant.

QUANTITY
90 CAPSULES

Sénuvo Grace™ was specifically formulated to restore hormone balance, reduce the symptoms of menopause and achieve optimal health. Each of the ingredients has been used by ancient people to promote healing. Today, those ancient tonics have been backed by modern science. The result is a perfect blend of natural ingredients that restores balance to your body.

“I am very grateful to have Sénuvo Grace in my life. Six months ago, I began to feel the first symptoms of menopause. My body started randomly experiencing temperature changes and my moods reflected my bodily changes. With daily use of Sénuvo Grace, my body seems more like the body I used to know. I have fewer temperature fluctuations and I think I’m less emotional. In recent weeks, I have had some family crises that have added a lot to my stress. I’m glad I don’t have the same instability I had before. I don’t know how I would have handled all my stress then.

PAM, UTAH

MACA
Maca is a root native to the Andes Mountains of South America. For centuries, Inca warriors reportedly ate Maca to generate legendary strength and energy. Today, Maca has been shown to increase energy, stamina and libido, improve mood and balance hormones.13 Animal studies suggest Maca can reduce stress, reduce prostate size, control blood sugar levels and lower blood pressure.14

ASHWAGANDHA
Ashwagandha helps reduce the stress hormone Cortisol and calms anxiety.2 It also helps with insomnia, exhaustion, memory and libido.3 Ashwagandha protects the cardiovascular, endocrine and immune systems.3,4

CALENDULA
This fragrant flower is well known for its effect on the skin. But it also helps with fevers, upset stomach and ulcers.5 Calendula is used for vaginal dryness.6

DONG QUAI
This premier women’s herb is regularly used for the female reproductive system as well as the liver, blood and heart.4 It also helps relieve night sweats, hot flashes and vaginal dryness.3 Dong Quai increases oxygen and stimulates the production of red blood cells.3

ELEUTHEROCOCCUS
Eleutherococcus has undergone hundreds of clinical studies. Olympic Soviet athletes used it to enhance performance.7 It reduces stress, improves memory and decrease fatigue.4 It also improves mood, increases restful sleep and reduces anxiety.3oxygen and stimulates the production of red blood cells.3

HAWTHORN BERRIES
These berries are good for your heart because they stimulate the production of nitric oxide.3 Nobel-prize winning research shows nitric oxide expands the blood vessels. It improves heart health and lowers blood pressure.4

LADY’S MANTLE
Lady’s Mantle is used to help regulate menstrual cycles and control heavy bleeding.7 It is also an anti-oxidant that helps alleviate the symptoms of menopause.8

NETTLE
Nettle provides joint support and a healthy skeletal system.3,4 It also increases estrogen and slows hair loss.9 Nettle helps with anemia, kidneys and blood pressure.4

PASSION FLOWER
Passion Flower was originally taken to help with insomnia. Then it was used as a sedative.7 It calms the brain to encourage relaxation and stress relief. It also helps reduce hot flashes.3

SAGE LEAVES
Studies have shown that sage leaves reduce hot flashes and night sweats.3 They also improves cognitive function, enhance mood and regulate hormones.3,8

SUMA
Suma has been used for hundreds of years to balance hormones and increase immunity.10 It increases estrogen, calms the nerves and increases libido.11 Suma also helps with endurance, stress and anemia.12

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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  2. Kiefer. 2006. “Ashwagandha: Stress Reduction, Neural Protection, and a Lot More from an Ancient Herb.”
  3. Romm. 2010. Botanical Medicine for Women’s Health.
  4. Kuhn. 2008. Herbal Therapy and Supplements.
  5. Johnson, et al. 2012. National Geographic Guide to Medicinal Herbs.
  6. 34 Menopause Symptoms. 2014. Holistic Treatments for Menopause.
  7. Ody. 2000. Complete Guide to Medicinal Herbs.
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  2. Holmes. 1993. The Energetics of Western Herbs.
  3. Bechtel. 2011. “Suma Root: Health Benefits, Facts and Myths.”
  4. Taylor. 1996. Database File for: SUMA.
  5. Taylor. 2005. “The Healing Power of Rainforest Herbs.”
  6. Scientific American. 2011. Dirt Poor: Have Fruits and Vegetables Become Less Nutritious?
  7. Stage. 2014. Botanicals Without Borders.