How maca & chasteberry may improve menopausal symptoms

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Maca, also known as Peruvian ginseng or Lepidium meyenii, is a root vegetable related to radishes and turnips in the Central Andes of Peru that grows above 4,000 meters in altitude. Maca has been utilized as food and a natural medicine by the Peruvian people for hundreds of years. Maca is commonly utilized for increasing libido, infertility, mood, and reducing menopausal symptoms. 

Perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause are the three main phases of menopause. Changes in the menstrual cycle are typically the first sign of a progressive menopausal transition that may occur between the ages of 45-55 years.

The ovaries start to shrink during this period, which lowers the production of progesterone and estrogen, the hormones that initiate the menstrual cycle. Your ovaries become older and produce less hormones, which means that FSH and LH can no longer control your levels of estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone as they once did. During the menopausal transition, unpleasant symptoms may develop from imbalanced hormones, particularly the significant drop in estrogen. 

Maca may help alleviate symptoms that cause adverse physiological and psychological effects, such as the frequency and intensity of flushes and night sweats, which are usually referred to as “menopausal discomfort.”

Aside from hot flashes and excessive perspiration, a study found that early-postmenopausal women who received Maca-GO treatment reported significant relief from menopausal symptoms such anxiety, mood swings, sleep disturbances, exhaustion, tension, headaches, and reduced libido. (1) Maca root has also been found to improve diastolic blood pressure and lessen symptoms of depression in postmenopausal women. (2) 

Baseline+ contains 150 mg of Maca Extract for natural hormone support for any phase of a woman’s hormonal health. 

The fruit of the chaste tree, which is indigenous to Asia and the Mediterranean region, is called chasteberry also known scientifically as Vitex, agnus-castus. Chaste tree works similar to Maca in possibly reducing symptoms of menopause by influencing hormone activity. This could be as a result of the phytoestrogens found in chaste berries, which are organic compounds that naturally resemble estrogen. Research has indicated that a number of significant plant constituents, such as flavonoids (contained in chasteberry), have a direct impact on the pituitary gland. This is particularly true of the pituitary’s luteinizing hormone-secreting region which raises progesterone levels and corrects problems brought on by hormone deficiency. (3) 

A 2019 study compared the effects of a placebo and the Vitex plant extract on menopausal symptoms. The total ratings for menopause, anxiety, and vasomotor dysfunction were significantly reduced in the Vitex group following the intervention. (3) Baseline+ contains 250mg of Chaste tree berry extract (Vitex Agnus) . 

Menopause can be a challenging time for a woman. Baseline+ is an all-natural supplement that may help combat side effects and make it through the biological transition with more comfort. 

The contents of this blog should not be taken as medical advice.  It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health problem-nor is it intended to replace the advice of a physician.  Always consult your physician or qualified health professional on any matters regarding your health. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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