Purica Menopause Relief Review

Albert Davidoff

This is a review of Menopause Relief by Purina.  Millions of women suffer from the symptoms caused by menopause.  Claiming to halt hot flashes and night sweats, regulate mood, balance hormones, enhance libido, ameliorate stress and prevent vaginal dryness, Menopause Relief promises to offer women a supplement which can provide much relief from the dreaded menopause. This product has very good user reviews online. We decided to conduct some independent research online. Read on to learn more about this product and whether it is right for your situation.

Ingredients

This is an herbal supplement, not a medication. According to Purica, Menopause Relief contains the following ingredients:

  • Chaga —100mg
  • Cordyceps —100mg
  • Lion’s Mane —100mg
  • Giant angelica — 45mg
  • Wilford’s cynanchum — 41.75mg
  • Sok-dan — 41.75mg

Dosage

According to information online, users of Menopause Relief should consume two capsules two times per day. Nonetheless, there is no indication as to when these pills should be taken or if they should be consumed with food or water. No side effects have been reported. Contact a doctor if you do experience any side effects or allergic reactions to individual ingredients.

Price

Menopause Relief can be purchased for $36.99. With each purchase, consumers will receive a supply of 120 capsules. Calculated with daily dosages, this is equivalent to a 30 day supply. No discounts, promotions or coupons are being offered at this time for bulk orders.

Guarantee

When researching the mechanics of this product online, no specific guarantee could be found. This should be a concern for those considering this product. A company should always back their product with a guarantee in order to strengthen the seller/buyer relationship and also provide proof that a company truly believes their product will produce success for all users. Many comparable products offer guarantees.

Purica Menopause Relief Review Conclusion

Based upon the online reviews associated with Purica’s Menopause Relief, it seems this product has a steady following of happy consumers. Nonetheless, the reviews and benefits are overshadowed by an element which should be of great concern to all future users. This element is the lack of a money back guarantee. When a specific product is not backed by some form of a guarantee, each customer is risking their money. If the product does not work, customers have no recourse — they have lost their money. Because Purica gives no guarantee and does not even tell its customers when to expect results, consumers do not even have a timeframe in which to judge if their investment has been worthwhile.

Concise, honest reporting from Authority Reports.