Please note: This product is not recommended for those taking the hormonal contraceptive pill. Read our FAQs for more info.

Overview
Ingredients
Directions

If you’re one of up to 40% of people who describe their PMS as ‘moderate to severe’ and who deal monthly with symptoms like irregular periods, weight fluctuations, acne, bloating, and sleep issues, chances are you could use a helping hand, naturally. Period Pal’s formula of nutrients and herbs act to support healthy ovulation and progesterone production to help keep periods balanced and as hassle-free as can be.

For more information, read our FAQs

The following listed natural ingredients support your mood, breast tenderness, healthy ovulation, hormonal acne and premenstrual headaches.
Vitex agnus castus (400mg), Ashwagandha (300mg), Atlantic kelp (100mcg), Ginkgo biloba (320mg), and the ever-important Zinc (15mg).

NO - gluten, yeast, soy protein, milk/dairy, corn, sodium, sugar, starch, artificial colouring, preservatives or flavouring.

Take 2 capsules daily throughout the month, or as directed by your GP. We recommend taking them at the same time each morning to fit with our hormonal circadian rhythm.

Additional Product Notes

Period Pal is not recommended for those 18 and under, with nightshade allergies or sensitivities to the listed ingredients, who are pregnant, or breastfeeding. Those on thyroid medication should consult their GP before use as this product contains Iodine. Recommended to be taken away from medications.

If you have PCOS we recommend use of this product under the guidance of a health practitioner or naturopath.

Why Try Eve Period Pal?

There’s easy, natural support for the pains that come with periods. Eve’s Period Pal is a blend of herbs and nutrients scientifically-proven to support a balanced, hassle-free cycle.

Supports balanced mood & dopamine production

Supports the body during stress.

Supports management of hormonal acne.

Supports balanced oestrogen.

Manages PMS symptoms.

Encourages healthy ovulation.

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