ViaZen Menopause

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Viazen Menopause, a powerful synergy of 4 active medicinal ingredients

The ingredients’ synergy of Viazen Menopause is the key of the effectiveness of this SUPERIOR FORMULA.

Who needs Viazen Menopause?

This product has been especially developed to offer a natural support, without side effects, to women whose quality of life is disturbed by menopause discomforts. It can be used as from the moment when the menstrual cycle starts to become irregular with or without the appearance of the other clinical signs associated with the menopause.

Viazen Menopause’s Presentation



Black Cohosh Root

225 mg/day

Contributes to optimize hormonal balance which is impaired during menopause process, due to ovaries’ oestrogens and progesterone production breakdown. Moreover, this plant offers a protection against bone mass loss.

Red Clover Flowering Head
(Standardized extract to 18.9mg of total isoflavones)
225 mg/day

Contributes to control the oestrogenic activity during menopausal period (before the complete ceasing of menstruation and post-menopausal period (after the complete ceasing of menstruation). Because of the similarity of their chemical structure, red clover isoflavones mime oestrogens effects. This plant has also a protective effect against osteoporosis and its antioxidant properties will contribute slowing down the ageing process.

DL-Alpha Lipoic Acid
450 mg/day

It is an important antioxidant. Its molecular structure enables to neutralize several types of free radicals. It also has the capacity to recycle other antioxidants, including vitamin E, vitamin C and the antioxidant enzyme glutathione, mainly synthesized by the liver. It contributes to reduce oxidative stress (free radicals > antioxidants) damages, which are increased during menopause. Oxidative stress accelerates the ageing process. Moreover, alpha lipoic acid improves hepatic function which ensures a better effectiveness of oestrogens transformation. Lastly, it improves energy production (ATP) and so contributes to reduce general tiredness.

Elemental Magnesium
(Provided from magnesium citrate)

630 mg/day

It generates a relaxing effect to muscles. Also, it ensures the regulation of the hormonal and nervous functions, thus allowing the reduction of the level of the stress level. By taking part in carbohydrates, lipids and proteins metabolism, it will optimize the energy production.

* Daily dosage corresponding to 3 capsules of Viazen Menopause.

Non-medicinal ingredients

Microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable magnesium stearate, gelatine. Viazen Inflammation is free of wheat, soya, corn, yeast, peanut, gluten, egg and dairy products. It does not contain preservatives, sweeteners, colouring agents, artificial flavours and is exempt of GMO.

Presentation: 90 capsules


Consult a health care practitioner prior to use: if you are breastfeeding; if you take thyroid hormone replacement; if you have diabetes; if you have a liver disorder or develop symptoms of liver trouble. Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.


Do not use if you are pregnant.

Recommended use

As of the appearance of one or several symptoms associated with the menopause, Viazen Menopause will be taken on a regular basis at the dosage of one capsule 3 times a day with meal, during 3 to 6 consecutive months. Optimal results will appear after approximately three weeks of treatment.

Viazen Menopause is free of wheat, soya, corn, yeast, peanut, gluten, egg and dairy products. It does not contain preservatives, sweeteners, colouring agents, artificial flavours and is exempt of GMO.

Viazen Menopause can be used WITHOUT RISK in the presence of soy allergy, since the ISOFLAVONES of this formula come from red clover and not from soy bean.

Anticipated results

1) Rapid and effective menopause discomforts relief
2) Better physiological stress management related to menopausal hormonal disturbances
3) Balance blood oestrogens level by supporting liver function
4) Slowing of ageing process by reducing oxidative stress
5) Improvement of energy production and elimination of general tiredness
6) Better vitality


What is Menopause?

The menopause term comes from the Greek. Mênos = month and pausis = suspension.

Menopause, an “obligatory” passage in the life of a woman, is associated with the complete ceasing of menstruation and fertility. For certain women, this stage of the life is carefully carried out, without marked discomforts. But for the majority of them, many unpleasantness appear and disturb daily’s life quality.

What does occur exactly during menopause?

At physiological level, the ovaries stop secreting oestrogens and progesterone. In presence of this hormonal disturbance, the oestrogens precursors secreted by the adrenal glands (androgens) will be converted into oestrogens (process named aromatization) by peripheral tissues (liver, adipose mass and muscles).

Thus, cells requiring oestrogens to realize their functions will continue to be supplied, but, in a less constant way. During this transition period, important fluctuations of the hormonal levels will be observed, which will be associated to physical, psychological and emotive undesirable effects.

Menopause very often begins at the beginning of the forty. It appears with irregular menstrual cycles, followed possibly with amenorrhoea. It can spread out over several years, and even during ten years. A woman will be in post-menopausal state after 12 consecutive months without menstruation. For majority of women, the menopause is confirmed between 45 and 55 years.

Clinical symptoms of menopause:

    – Amenorrhoea
    – Anxiety
    – Bloating
    – Breast tension
    – Constipation
    – Depression
    – Drop or loss of libido
    – Dysmenorrhoea : menstrual cycles modifications and spotting in the middle of the cycle
    – Hair loss
    – Heavy legs
    – Heart palpitations
    – Hot flushes
    – Insomnia
    – Irritability
    – Joint pain
    – Memory loss
    – Migraine
    – Mood swing
    – Muscle cramps
    – Nervousness
    – Night sweat
    – Skin dryness
    – Stress
    – Tiredness
    – Vaginal dryness
    – Weight gain

Until recently, replacement hormonotherapy was considered the reference treatment to relieve menopause symptoms. But since the scientific literature highlighted the risks of serious side effects (cancer and cardiovascular diseases) associated with this therapeutic medication, many women seek for an alternative solution. Viazen Menopause is an optimal natural solution.



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