iWoman Meno-P Formula key ingredients

An effective blend of ingredients that are specially designed to help settle your menopause symptoms

Royal Jelly

Royal jelly is one of nature’s greatest offerings and it has been used for centuries because of its various uses. It is secreted from the glands of worker honey bees and is fed to the larvae for the new Queen Bee. Traditionally it has been used for healthy skin and healthy immunity and it is popular as a dietary supplement because of its high nutritional content. It contains 22 amino acids that aid the maintenance and repair of cells and tissues, as well as B-complex vitamins like B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin) and B7 (biotin) for the growth and support of healthy cells. Royal jelly also contains minerals and trace elements including copper, iron, phosphates, potassium, silicon and sulphur. It is able to restore hormonal balance and a general feeling of wellbeing, which is why it is a popular natural hormonal treatment for menopausal women. It is also suggested to relieve certain symptoms of the menopause like hot flushes. Alongside this, it is widely used in skin care products because of its anti-ageing properties and abilities to reduce the appearance of visible signs of skin ageing.


Sage is best known as a herb found in the kitchen, but in fact it has another long-standing use. It has been traditionally used for settling excessive sweating and hot flushes in women during the menopause. Despite being one of the most common symptoms that affects 3 in 4 menopausal women, the cause of hot flushes is widely unknown. It is suggested that they are related to changes in hormone levels and falling oestrogen that therefore alters the body’s temperature regulation. As a traditional remedy, sage is known as an effective, natural remedy for this common symptom and can reduce the number of hot flushes by two thirds.


Because of their chemical resemblance to oestrogen (the female sex hormone) soy isoflavones are widely believed to be an excellent herbal alternative to hormone replacement therapy. Soy isoflavones are a type of phytoestrogen and they are suggested to be an effective remedy for a variety of menopause symptoms including insomnia, heavy sweating, mood swings, vaginal dryness and headaches. They are considered to be most effective for menopausal hot flushes.


Also known as pfaffia, suma is derived from the base of the suma plant and is known as a herbal treatment for menopausal women. It is suggested to be a useful remedy for women throughout life as it promotes physical and emotional balance throughout the monthly cycles. However, it is best known for its abilities to settle menopausal symptoms like low energy, irritability and mood swings.