Glycine max 75 mg e 150 mg
30 coated tablets
Indicated for climacteric symptoms.
It reduces the frequency and intensity of hot feeling in the body and face (hot flushes) and night sweats episodes.
ISOFLAVINE - Glycine max 75 mg & 150 mg. INDICATIONS: Supporting in the relief of climacteric symptoms: reduction of the frequency and intensity of hot feeling in the body and face (hot flushes) and night sweats episodes. CONTRAINDICATIONS: Pregnancy and cases of hypersensitivity to soy or peanuts. WARNINGS: In case of hypersensitivity to the product, it is recommended to discontinue the use and consult a physician. MS: 1.1860.0028. ISOFLAVINE IS A DRUG. ITS USE MAY BRING RISKS. SEEK MEDICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL ADVICE. READ PACKAGE INSERT.
Soy Isoflavones | Soybean is a legume domesticated by the Chinese about 5,000 years ago. It has been an important crop in Manchuria, Korea and Japan since ancient times, but the cultivation of this legume has spread all over the world due to its remarkable nutritional properties. The plant, herbaceous and annual, has thin branches covered with tiny hairs and reaches about 40 cm in height. The leaves, made up of three leaflets, closely resemble those of beans or peas. It produces small, whitish, lilac or violet flowers. The fruits are pods with four to six round shaped seeds. New investigations have highlighted its high isoflavone content, with the possible beneficial effect of soybean and its derivatives in decreasing the incidence of climacteric and menopausal symptoms.², ³
References: 1 - Henry CM. Nutraceuticals: Food or Trend?. Chem. Engeneer. News 21, 42-47. 1999. 2 - Nahás EAP et al. Efeitos da Isoflavona Sobre os Sintomas Climatéricos e o Perfil Lipídico na Mulher em Menopausa . RBGO 25 (5): 337-343, 2003. 3 - Alonso J. Tratado de Fitomedicina, Bases Clínicas y Farmacologicas. Isis Ed. Buenos Aires. 1998.