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Amberen clinical trial results

View the results for Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo Controlled Human Clinical Studies PLUS a 3 Year Observational Clinical Study.

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Human clinical trials with 40 years of research

Menopause is a natural part of aging. Therefore, a truly comprehensive menopause treatment should incorporate anti-aging effects.

What makes Amberen revolutionary among all menopause relief products is that it directly targets cellular and hormonal aging. In double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trials, Amberen was shown to relieve multiple menopausal symptoms without any known side effects.

It took decades to bring Amberen to market: decades of studies, rigorous testing for safety and efficacy, and monitoring for long-term effects. Now, we can proudly say that Amberen is SAFE and EFFECTIVE.

In 1971, for the first time, a team of researchers reversed menopause in aging rats by restoring their hypothalamic function, using what would turn out to be an early prototype of Amberen.


Accumulation and utilization of amber (succinic acid) in mitochondria. M. N. Kondrashova, Nauka, Moscow, 151-169.


Succinic acid as the only energy support of intensive Ca2+ – uptake by mitochondria. M. N. Kondrashova, V. G. Gogvadze, A. M. Babsky, Bioch. Bioph. Res. Comm. 109, 2, 376-381.


Mechanisms of physiological activity and curative effect of small doses of succinic (amber) acid. M. N. Kondrashova, European Journal of Medicine, Res. 5, 28.


Signal, sympathetic action of succinate in experimental and clinical studies. E. I. Maevsky, A. S. Rosenfeld, A. B. Peskov, M. N. Kondrashova, BBA, Suppl.v.14, 14th EBEC Short Reports, 536-537.


Therapeutic action of amber (succinic) acid (M. N. Kondrashova), ONTI Pushchino.

The effect of amber (succinic) system in old rats. V. M. Dilman et al. Pharmacology and Toxicology, Moscow, 3, 540.


Succinic acid as a physiological signal molecule. In: Signal Molecule and Behaviour. M. N. Kondrashova, S. P. Volkova, I. V. Kuznetzov, Manchester University Press, Manchester & New York, 295-300.


Hormone-like action of amber (succinic) acid. M. N. Kondrashova. Voprosy Biol. Med. Pharmac. Chemistry, Moscow 1, 7-12.


Succinate as geroprotector in the course of chronological aging. V. A. Samokhvalov, M. N. Kondrashova. Biochimie.

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