The safe, non-hormonal menopause symptom relief that women want.†*
Equelle's multi-symptom relief supplement is backed by decades of research that you & your patients can trust.1-3
Trust & Safety
Backed by decades of research.1-3
No modificationto breast density
No changesin sex or thyroid hormone concentrations
No negative effectsto endometrial health identified
What is in Equelle?
Powered by S-equol.
Beyond a soy isoflavone.
Harvested from soy germ, S-equol is a targeted isoflavone metabolite with decades of safety and efficacy research behind it.
S-equol is naturally produced by
the human gut when daidzein, a
soy isoflavone, is metabolized
Some women naturally
produce S-equol through soy
The only supplement that uses
S-equol to provide symptom
relief during menopause
Mechanism of Action
S-equol has unique binding properties.5
S-equol is structurally similar to estrogen allowing it to mimic some estrogenic effects for targeted relief.
S-equol preferentially binds to ER-β. Unlike ER-α, ER-β is rarely expressed in:
- Mammary glands
- Ovarian theca cells
From our community
Real reviews from real women.
Healthcare professionals trust Equelle to support their patients' menopause symptoms.
Each tablet of Equelle contains 5mg of S-Equol and 120mg of Calcium.
It is recommended to take 10mg of Equelle daily, with or without food
No! Equelle is non-prescription, non-hormonal support for multi symptom menopause relief.
In clinical trials, Equelle provided menopause symptom relief as early as 1 month, with optimal results in 2-3 months.6-9
Equelle is available on subscription for $40/month or $50/month for a one-time purchase. Let us know if you would like samples and/or coupons for your patients at email@example.com.
Equelle is exclusively available through our website. Please encourage them to visit www.equelle.com to learn more and buy Equelle today!
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