For hormonal balance in PMS

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Over 20 years of experience

Developed in Sweden

Healthy choice

  • For hormonal balance
  • With sage, yam root and vitamin B6
  • Regulates hormonal activity
  • For well-being during menstruation
  • Balances the mood

WO-HO is formulated to create hormonal balance, regulate hormonal activity, create well-being during menstruation and balance mood. Contains sage that supports the woman's hormonal balance and provides support for well-being during the menstrual period. Yam root contributes to a calm and comfortable menopause with a balanced mood. Vitamin B6 contributes to regulating hormonal activity and reducing fatigue and exhaustion.

Take control of your PMS!

Whoa! is a unique food supplement for women's hormonal balance with borage oil, sage, yam root and vitamin B6. Sage regulates hormonal activity and contributes to well-being in connection with the menstrual period.

The properties of sage during menstruation

Whoa! is based on sage which, according to scientific studies, has been shown to be able to support a woman's hormonal balance. Sage also supports well-being during the menstrual period.

Well-documented yam root contributes

An important component of WoHo! is yam root. This root has been a well-known feature of the history of the South American Indians but has also been used throughout the American continent for centuries. During the 1940s, the plant caught the interest of scientists and today it has been claimed that yam root contributes to a calm and comfortable menopause with a focus on relieving restlessness and irritation.

Extra support from vitamin B6 and biotin

Whoa! is also supplemented with vitamin B6 and biotin. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has scientifically evaluated the importance of these nutrients for e.g. women with regard to hormonal balance. Vitamin B6 has an approved health claim to help regulate hormonal activity. At the same time, B6 and biotin work together to maintain normal psychological function.

Facts about PMS:

  • PMS is common in women of childbearing age, up to 30% have moderate physical and/or mental disturbances.
  • 10% of Swedish women of childbearing age want some kind of remedy for their PMS.
  • PMS usually appears 3-10 days before the period.

Disorders can be:

  • Annoyed
  • Relieved
  • Restless
  • Fatigue
  • Less energy