Is PreMense-T Right For Me?
Pre-Mense-T is our formula that has been thoughtfully curated with clinically-tested ingredients to help you achieve lifelong optimal health. Learn about the high-quality ingredients we select and how they work together to address PMS symptoms support.
Do you dread “that time of the month” when it seems like your hormones wreak havoc on your life? Are you too tired to exercise, too uncomfortable to socialize, and in too much pain to even get a good night’s sleep? You are not alone. An overwhelming 85% of women have menstrual cycles that include discomfort and disruption - at a minimum.
That’s why we created Pre-Mense to help support hormonal balance without the side effects of pharmaceuticals. We use natural ingredients that help with circulation, which in turn helps your body manage breast tenderness and menstrual cramps.
We use plants and vitamins like Crampbark, Dong Quai, Chasteberry, and Vitamin B-6. We even use a common super food, Ginger. All of these work together to help support your reproductive organs and the tissue around them.
Try LifeSeasons Pre-Mense-T and turn monthly disruption into monthly balance.
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Crampbark is a large, flowering bush native to North America. It is thought to possess chemicals that decrease muscle spasms, and it was used to help with swollen glands.
Dong Quai is a plant native to China, and its root has been used for thousands of years in Traditional Chinese Medicine to provide nourishment for the blood.
Ginger is a flowering plant whose root or rhizome has long been used in folk medicine to aid in digestion and with upset stomach.
Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine) is one of eight B Vitamins and is involved in the process of making serotonin and norepinephrine, which are chemicals that transmit signals in the brain.
Vitex (Chasteberry) is the fruit of the Chaste Tree, which is native to Central Asia and the Mediterranean region. It got its name from the belief that it promoted chastity, and it was used by monks in the Middle Ages to decrease sexual desire.