Balance Hormones and Weight
Author: Gordon Freeman
Msure is made by the company called MPGroup, who also manufactures a few other supplements such as probiotics and garcinia cambogia. This company is not listed with the Better Business Bureau. It was registered in September 2014. MSure is a formula designed to soothe the symptoms of menopause in the female body. This is a difficult period of life for each women and it is really important to control these changes. The supplement claims to help relieve hot flashes and sweats during the day, improve mood, and remove nervousness, increase libido and balance hormones and weight or acnes.
The product has an official website that is made in a very superficial way. There is not much information about the product's ingredients and possible side effects it can cause. But if you want to get relief from your menopause symptoms with the help of Msure, is this supplement worth your money? To understand this you will need to consider the following information.
MSure is claimed to contain natural ingredients which have been scientifically proven as effective. They include Black Cohosh, Soy Isoflavones, Don Quai, Vitex Berry, Licorice, Red Clover, False Unicorn, Sage, Squaw Vine, Red Raspberry Extract, Blessed Thistle, and Wild Yam. Even though the product's website offers a list of ingredients, it does not provide product label. So, you never know what amount of which component you are putting into your body. Let us have a closer look at these ingredients.
Black Cohosh has a very light effect on the menopausal symptoms. According to WebMD, black cohosh product is too much advertised but it is not as effective as claimed. This ingredient should be avoided by people with hormone-sensitive conditions, including fibroids, uterine cancer, endometriosis, ovarian cancer, etc, as well by patients who suffer from liver disease or protein S deficiency. Some reports inform that black cohosh might be harmful for people with kidney transplant as it can lead to transplant rejection.
Soy helps to relieve hot flashes, but it has not been clinically proven to reduce any other menopause symptoms. This component can be unsafe for women with cystic fibrosis, breast cancer, endometrial cancer, kidney failure, kidney stones, milk allergy, urinary bladder cancer, under-active thyroid (hypothyroidism), asthma and diabetes. It should be remembered that some people are allergic to soy products.
Don Quai (Angelica sinensis) is an ingredient that has been claimed as dangerous or not recommended due to its side effects. This compound is especially dangerous for patients who have bleeding disorders or hormone-sensitive conditions (breast cancer, ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, uterine fibroids, and endometriosis). Dong quai is not advised to usage by people who suffer from protein S deficiency or are going to undergo a surgery.
Vitex Berry (Chaste Berry) is another MSure ingredient. It may be helpful with PMS symptoms, but there is insufficient evidence proving its safety and effectiveness. It can be harmful for people with hormone-sensitive conditions, Parkinson's disease and some psychotic disorders due to its ability to affect dopamine, a chemical in the human brain.
Other ingredients in the product include licorice, sage, red clover, false unicorn, blessed thistle, squawvine, red raspberry extract and wild yam. There is also insufficient evidence showing that these compounds can relieve menopause symptoms. The product's formula is not clinically proven.
The formula of MSure has not undergone any testing for effectiveness or safety. So, there is a possibility that some people are allergic to any of the components. That is why you are advised to check with your doctor or healthcare provider if you have hypersensitivity to any supplements. Common side effects from the use of the product include hypersensitive reactions and gastric disturbances. Some of the active ingredients in MSure are associated with severe health issues, for instance, liver problems.
There is no information on how long the product should be taken to bring menopause relief. But usually supplements of this kind require around 1 to 4 weeks. However, some users do not see any effects even after taking the supplement for two months. MSure is not recommended if you have any medical condition or are taking any medications on a regular basis. Do not exceed the recommended dose to avoid side effects. You can find some feedbacks from customers online. Most of them say that it did not work for them. It is a new supplement. Here are some of the users' reviews.
"MSure hasn't even slightly decreased my hot flashes and I believed somuch it would help me after reading the positive reviews about this supplement. Still kept getting hot flashes with sweating. Do not waste your money."
"Total baloney. I have suffered from hot flashes for eight years which is very uncomfortable. MSure does absolutely nothing. I am not sure whether my side effects are due to this stuff but I got severe stomach ache and diarrhea after taking the pills."
"I am very disappointed. MSure showed no relief what so ever but what is even worse was that I didn't manage to return the product. I was said that the term has already expired. I regret buying it."
Msure can be purchased from its official website or can be order as Amazon, GNC, Walmart. Msure Challenge is available for $20, one bottle of the product (30-day supply) can be bought for $65, while two bottles cost $100. Msure Challenge option offers a 30-day trial.
MSure seems to be an unhelpful supplement. Besides, it has too many disadvantages. Most of the active ingredients are not scientifically proven to be safe and effective. You are never protected from side effects. The company does not offer a money back guarantee. The price of the supplement is too high considering the content of its formula. A lot of customers complain of its ineffectiveness. MSure is manufactured by a non-reputable company. I would recommend looking for more effective methods of relieving your menopause symptoms.
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