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Clinical Studies

Open clinical tests were conducted to evaluate the effectiveness and tolerance of A.Vogel’s new Menopause one-a-day.


Clinical Study

Studies were conducted in Switzerland by 8 general practitioners among 69 menopausal women between the ages of 48 and 66 (average age of 56), over 8 weeks (59 days). The indicated dosage was 1 tablet daily.

Convincing results:

Reduction of mean number of hot flashes per day

  • 30% decrease in 2 weeks
  • 50% decrease in 4 weeks
  • 59% decrease in 8 weeks

Decrease of mean number ot total daily hot flashes per intensity group

  • 46% decrease in mild hot flashes
  • 62% decrease in moderate hot flashes
  • 79% decrease in severe hot flashes
  • 100% decrease in very severe hot flashes

Bommer S, Klein P, Suter A. A multicentre open clinical trial to assess the tolerability and efficacy of Sage tablets in climacteric women with hot flashes. 57th congress GA, Geneva, 2009 (poster).

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