This potent, time-release blend includes wild-crafted black cohosh and dong quai, two herbs known to support the female glandular function. Stay cool in those menopausal moments!
- Provides powerful glandular system support for women
- Provides naturally occurring phytoestrogens
HOW IT WORKS
Black cohosh is widely known for supporting the mature woman’s body as she encounters normal glandular challenges and physical changes. Women have used it for decades to help “keep cool” during menopause. Flash-Ease is a potent, time-release version of this trusted herb. It is standardized to a 2.5 percent concentration of triterpene glycosides (the key active constituent). Flash-Ease also includes dong quai, a noted Chinese herb, to further support the glandular system. Each tablet contains a concentrated extract that provides 80 mg of black cohosh. Each specially processed tablet slowly releases its contents, providing optimal day and night support, and delivers 2 mg of triterpene glycocides.
Many reasons. One is that our black cohosh is wild-crafted in the woodlands of the southeastern US. Experienced collectors harvest in the fall, leaving at least 50% of the plants intact to ensure a reliable future harvest. For more than 20 years, we have worked with the same reputable partner to get premium quality black cohosh root. This relationship includes a personal visit to their production facility just a few years ago. Our black cohosh is certified organic, non-GMO, Kosher and Halal.
THE STORY BEHIND FLASH EASE TIME RELEASE
Nature’s Sunshine introduced Flash-Ease more than 20 years ago, and this product has been a go-to for mature women ever since. Its time-release tablet helps ensure 12 hours of support whether day or night. Also known as female ginseng, dong quai grows in the cool mountains climes of Asia, most notably in China, Japan and Korea. This relative of celery, carrots and parsley has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for thousands of years specifically for PMS and sexual health. Though Asia is its home turf, dong quai has been popular in Ayurveda, and it was also used by Native Americans. Black cohosh has been used by the Chinese for thousands of years. Traditional Chinese Medicine reveres this botanical for general health. Native Americans used black cohosh and shared its benefits with colonists who adopted its use and made it popular in Europe for women’s health concerns. Black cohosh was widely used by Americans in the 1800s for joint health.
Take 1 tablet in the morning and 1 at bedtime.