- Supports menstrual comfort and mood*
- Helps lessen fatigue and cravings*
- Made with hypoallergenic, vegan ingredients
ProSoothe II is a comprehensive nutrient and botanical formula that helps provide the proper nutrients to support mood, cravings, cramps and bloating associated with a normal menstrual cycle. ProSoothe II may also help support breast comfort and occasional anxiety associated with the menstrual cycle.*
Take 2 capsules, 1-2 times daily, with meals. May be used daily or during the luteal phase only, as directed by your health professional.
Serving Size: Two vegetarian capsules
Amount Per Serving
Vitamin D ... 10 mcg (400 IU)
(as cholecalciferol) (D3)
Vitamin E ... 134mg
(as d-alpha tocopherol succinate)
Vitamin B6 ... 33mg
(as pyridoxal 5’ phosphate) (activated B6)
Calcium ... 100mg
(as DimaCal™ di-calcium malate)
Magnesium ... 100mg
(as di-magnesium malate)(Albion™)
Chaste tree extract ... 200mg
(vitex agnus-castus) (fruit)
Relora® ... 270mg
Proprietary patented blend
Magnolia (Magnolia officinalis) extract (bark) and phellodendron (Phellodendron amurense) extract (bark)
Rhodiola extract ... 50mg
(Rhodiola rosea) (root)
(standardized to contain 3% total rosavins and min. 1% salidroside)
Other Ingredients: vegetarian capsule (cellulose, water), modified food and corn starch, ascorbyl palmitate, silicon dioxide
DimaCal™ is a registered trademark of Albion Laboratories, Inc. Malates covered by U.S. Patent 6, 706, 904.
Relora® is a registered trademark of InterHealth N.I. Relora
Not to be taken by pregnant or lactating women. Rare reported side effects include GI upset, headache, itching, rash, insomnia, weight gain or irregular menstrual bleeding. Consult your physician for more information.
Chaste tree could alter the effectiveness of hormone replacement therapy or oral contraceptives. Because of dopaminergic actions, there is concern that chaste tree may interfere with dopaminergic agonists and dopamine antagonists. Calcium should be taken separately from certain antibiotics, bisphosphonates and thyroid medications. Consult your physician for more information.