I Never Did Use Algebra!

Wednesday, April, 26, 2017 < Back to Blog Posts

If you are someone who is good at math and science, you have my respect. I do believe that if you took a brain scan of someone who is good at the higher maths, and then compared it to brain scan of mine, you would see there is a big hole where that part of my brain should exist. It just isn’t there. I did try. I went for extra instruction, and it didn’t help. However, I am probably more creative than the norm, so I always wondered if it was a trade-off. I never could totally explain it.
Science? No. Didn’t get that skill set either. I’m telling you all of this for a reason. When it comes to your own menopause journey, you have to put the science hat on —at least until you understand enough to know what you are taking to help yourself. I encourage you to look at the science behind Remifemin® menopause relief.* It’s right on the Remifemin website for everyone to see and understand, including your doctor.
But here’s the intro to give you the idea:
Remifemin contains an exclusive standardized black cohosh extract which has been the subject of over 90 scientific papers including those based around efficacy of the Restful Sleep Blend™ found in Remifemin® Good Night.* It has been proven effective & is the most clinically studied black cohosh for menopause symptoms* with 60 years of use worldwide.
From there you can go on to see details from the studies. It’s impressive!
Here’s the direct link: http://www.remifemin.com/About-Remifemin/Clinical-Studies
I have counted on Remifemin to relieve my hot flashes and night sweats.* It’s hormone-free, proven support.* When you have all your ducks in a row because of Remifemin, you can pursue your passions! I took up painting a few years ago (it’s never too late to try new things), and I really love it. Maybe you are good in math and science, and you’ve always had an invention in the back of your mind, but you’ve never taken the time to pursue it. You should! To encourage you, I’d like to share a few of my paintings. I’m no Van Gogh (and I still have both my ears!) but, when you look at them, think about some things that have been rolling around in your math/creative brain that you’ve put on the back burner. Here are some snapshots of my paintings:

Why not go for it? Start or continue to take your Remifemin. Take it at least 12 weeks if you are just starting out, so you give it a chance to offer maximum benefits. If you are as happy with the results as I have been, just keep taking it as long as you need it. By the way, for all us math idiots who had to suffer through classes, let us just say together with pride: I never did use Algebra!
Michele is a real person who is experiencing menopause just like you. If you have a menopause-related question, a story to share, or you just need to vent, go to our Remifemin Facebook page.