NeuroScience launches hormone supplements

NeuroScience launches hormone supplements

Three new men- and women-specific products address hormonal imbalances through support of the nervous system.

NeuroScience Inc., a national leader in personalized health solutions, has introduced three new products that address hormonal imbalances through support of the nervous system.

AndroFlavone (for men) and FemFlavone (for women) provide support for healthy reproductive hormone levels. Containing D-aspartic acid and 7-methoxyflavone to prevent the conversion of testosterone to estradiol, AndroFlavone supports healthy testosterone levels and promotes muscle tone. Containing D-aspartic acid and soy isoflavone to moderate estradiol activity by binding to both alpha and beta receptors, FemFlavone supports healthy estrogen levels and promotes overall wellness during menopause. 

Kavinace Flash-Ease is recommended for women experiencing hot flashes, night sweats, sleep difficulties, and other common symptoms of menopause. 

5-HTP and black cohosh support estrogen and serotonin and expand the thermoregulatory set point. Also included are ashwagandha and 4-amino-3-phenylbutyric acid to promote healthy sleep.

“Many people associate fatigue, weight gain, irritability, sleep issues and depression with hormone imbalances, but what might not be so obvious is that these symptoms derive from neurotransmitter imbalances,” said Bradley Bush, ND, NeuroScience’s medical science liaison director. “These new hormone products are unique in that they address imbalances at the source – the nervous system. Thus they provide a powerful solution for men experiencing fatigue, low sexual desire, or poor muscle tone, or women struggling with hot flashes, lack of concentration and other symptoms of menopause.”

Special promotional pricing is available to licensed health care practitioners through Nov. 30, 2013.

Health care practitioners wanting to learn more about balancing hormones can enroll in a complimentary13-module Endo Curriculum. Recently added to NeuroScience’s NEI Certification program, the course focuses on the endocrine system and how it interacts with all parts of the NEI Supersystem™. The curriculum can be found at

NeuroScience’s new product introductions follow on the heels of last month’s announcement by Phamasan Labs Inc. of enhancements to its saliva hormone profiles, which include lower-priced panels, more reliable testing methodology and more comprehensive data reporting.

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