Estroven® Difference

Commitment to Safety and Quality

Estroven’s Commitment to Safety & Quality

Every Estroven® production run undergoes a great deal of testing for purity and potency. These tests are performed by qualified laboratories, which follow standards set by various scientific agencies, including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP), NSF, AOAC, and other internationally recognized standard-setting authorities.

Estroven® Active Ingredients

Estroven’s line of multi-symptom dietary supplement menopause products have been developed with many ingredients that either reside in nature or are naturally sourced*.

Many of these ingredients, which have been around for centuries, have a long safety profile history and have demonstrated efficacy supporting their use to relieve perimenopause/menopausal symptoms.*


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