Let’s Try Elle Sera For 3 Months

by Kirsten
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It’s not just hot flashes, sleep disruptions, mood swings – perimenopause throws a whole lot of fun stuff our way. As a natural wellness advocate with the added complication of endometriosis, I’m acutely aware of how hormonal fluctuations can wreak havoc on the body. That’s why I’m always on the lookout for ways to tame these fluctuations gently and with little to no side effects. This time, I’m diving into Elle Sera, a powerful daily supplement designed specifically for perimenopause and menopause. Just two capsules per day, preferably in the morning and hopefully by the end of the first month I should start feeling the benefits. 

Let’s face it, supplements can be a gamble. They can be pricey, and what works wonders for one might leave another feeling “meh.” But what caught my eye about Elle Sera (French for “she will be”) was its focus on five key ingredients, all boasting potential benefits for perimenopause woes, and the story behind the company’s female founder, Elissa Corrigan.

The Inflammation Connection

For women with endometriosis, like myself, inflammation is a critical factor to consider, especially during menopause. Elle Sera emphasizes the potential anti-inflammatory properties of some of its ingredients, which is another reason I’m excited to try it. Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the uterine lining grows outside the uterus. Chronic inflammation is a hallmark of this condition, and can cause severe pain, fatigue and other life disrupting symptoms. Some studies suggest that certain botanicals, like those found in Elle Sera, may have significant anti-inflammatory effects.

The Inspiration Behind Elle Sera

Elissa, like many women, was frustrated by the lack of effective, natural solutions, so she embarked on a mission to create a better option. One that would be potent, have no nasty chemicals or fad formulas and would not be marketed by expensive celebrity endorsements, instead solely relying on the women using it to share their real life experience. The result? Elle Sera, a unique blend of evidence-based botanicals designed to support women through this pivotal phase.

The Powerhouse Five

  1. Maca Extract: Traditionally used to regulate mood swings, boost energy levels, and improve libido in women, Maca Root may also help balance hormones during perimenopause, potentially alleviating symptoms like fatigue and low mood.
  2. Siberian Ginseng: Known for enhancing energy levels, reducing stress, and supporting the immune system, Siberian Ginseng may be a valuable ally during any menopause stage. By managing stress, a common symptom that can worsen others, Siberian Ginseng may contribute to a more balanced experience.
  3. Tribulus Terrestris Extract: Early research suggests Tribulus Terrestris may support a healthy libido in women and benefit those in perimenopause or with a hormonal imbalance.
  4. Beetroot: Packed with potential benefits for women, beetroot may improve circulation, lower blood pressure, and enhance stamina. During perimenopause, it may help with symptoms like fatigue and low energy.
  5. Ginkgo Leaf: Traditionally used to improve memory and cognitive function, Ginkgo Leaf may be helpful for some women experiencing brain for or cognitive decline. 

Rave Reviews & Balance

Scrolling through social media, you’ll find Elle Sera raking high in positive reviews from women across the globe. They attest to noticing a reduction in hot flashes, improved sleep, and a newfound sense of balance. While these testimonials are encouraging, it’s important to maintain a balanced perspective. Everyone’s body reacts differently, and these things can take time to kick in.

My Three-Month Mission

So, over the next three months, I’ll be putting Elle Sera to the test. I’ll be tracking changes in my sleep, mood, hot flashes, and any potential impact on endometriosis symptoms. Remember, I’m not a medical professional and this isn’t medical advice, just my own personal experience. 

Join the Conversation!

Have you tried Elle Sera or other natural remedies for perimenopause? Share your experiences in the comments below! Let’s create a space for open discussion and support as we navigate this phase of life together. Here’s to a journey of exploration, empowerment, and hopefully, a little less hot flushes!

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