30+ years in business
- Mon-Fri: 8AM - 8PM EST
- Effective for women throughout the menopausal transition (peri- and postmenopause); results will vary
- No clinical research on company's site proving product efficacy
- No money-back guarantee
- Price (via website): over $30 for 1-month supply
How Estrotone Works
On the manufacturer's site, New Chapter claims that the herbal extracts and antioxidants in Estrotone help women achieve hormonal balance and go through healthy aging. Through our personal research, we discovered that two of its primary ingredients - black cohosh and chaste tree - are phytoestrogens that help increase estrogen levels in a woman's body. The rest of the ingredients act accordingly or serve other supportive functions.
- Evening primrose supercritical extract - used for relief from breast pain and hot flashes
- Schisandra hydroethanolic extract - scientifically proven effective in alleviation of hot flashes, sweating, and heart palpitations
- Black cohosh hydroethanolic extract - phytoestrogenic herb, famously used for hot flash relief
- Chaste tree hydroethanolic extract - proven to reduce vasomotor symptoms of night sweats, hot flashes, and flushes in menopausal women
- Ginger supercritical and aqueous extracts - scientifically studied to treat menopausal hot flashes and night sweats
- Rosemary supercritical extract - traditionally used for regulating hormonal changes
Extra virgin olive oil, maltodextrin, hypromellose (capsule), organic yellow beeswax, candelilla wax, magnesium carbonate, organic sunflower oil, silicon dioxide, organic rosemary leaf extract
This supplement does not contain gluten or artificial colors and flavors. It is 100% vegetarian.
Estrotone Safety & Side Effects
On the company website, there is no information on long-term use provided. Nevertheless, this menopause supplement is not recommended for women who are on birth control or pregnant, nursing, or may become pregnant. It is also not advised for women with a history of cancer.
Side Effects of Estrotone
New Chapter's website does not mention any side effects of taking Estrotone. However, users on Amazon mention side effects of headaches, weight gain, bloating, swelling, insomnia, increased nervousness, and allergic reactions among other symptoms. Studies have also shown that long-term use of black cohosh might lead to liver damage.
(250+ reviews - Average rating: 4.0 out of 5)
Reviews from customers who purchased a 1-month supply:
- Positive reviews credit Estrotone for relieving hot flashes, mood swings, anxiety, night sweats, PMS symptoms, irritability, fatigue, and more.
- Negative reviews claim that the product simply didn't work and caused side effects of worsened symptoms - such as hot flashes - as well as headaches, allergic reactions, and flu-like symptoms.
The official website has only 5 reviews, and no further sources of reviews were present on other reputable websites.
Take one capsule daily with food. Consult with a doctor before use if taking contraceptives, planning surgery, have a pre-existing liver disorder, history of cancer, or pituitary disorders. Stop use immediately if you develop symptoms of liver problems, including dark urine, jaundice, or abdominal pain.
Where to Buy Estrotone
Estrotone can be purchased directly from the website (www.newchapter.com) or online through Amazon. The herbal supplement can also be found at retailers such as the Vitamin Shoppe and Walmart.
Estrotone™ is a registered trademark.
By Anita Myers, Expert Reviewer | Updated Apr 20, 2020
I am truly passionate about helping others find the path to better health, wellness, and spirituality through yoga. I blog at Anita's Wellness Journey.
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