Clinical research study to evaluate the efﬁcacy of the herbal product, EstroG-100™
What does it mean to be Clincially Proven?
We often hear medical professionals advising us not to take supplements that do not have evidence of efficacy (effectiveness). Usually they describe this in words such as; “clinically proven”, or “having undergone clinical trials”.
Of course the reason is that medical practitioners are concerned about the health, safety and welfare of their patients. And they see too many examples of patients taking both medicines and supplements that at best will have no tangible benefit, but at worst could actually be harmful.
EstroG-100™ Clinical Trial Extracts
The Effect of Herbal Extract (EstroG-100) on Pre-, Peri- and Post-Menopausal Women: A Randomized Double-blind, Placebo-controlled Study
Evaluation of Effectiveness and Safety of Natural Plants Extract (Estromon®) on Perimenopausal Women for 1 Year