Amberen has no side effects as revealed by clinical and safety studies, according to the supplement's official website. It is also safe to take Amberen along with vitamins and other supplements. Amberen has been on the market for 8 years, as of 2015, and has undergone numerous clinical and safety studies.
Amberen is a non-hormonal treatment that relieves most symptoms of perimenopause and menopause by balancing and stimulating the production of female hormones through optimization of the hypothalamus functions, explains Amberen.com. The hypothalamus controls the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis, which is key in the female hormonal system. Amberen is not a drug and requires no prescription. However, women with thyroid goiter, uncontrolled arterial hypertension, fibroids and any other serious health condition should consult a doctor before taking Amberen.
Amberen has been tested in three randomized, double-blind clinical trials and observed in a three-year clinical study, according to the Amberen website. The main ingredients of Amberen include Enerlit, CytoCalcium, CytoMagnesium, CytoZinc, Monosodium L-Glutamate and Tocopherol Acetate. Amberen is not FDA approved, as it is a dietary supplement. Dietary supplements can be sold without prior FDA approval, but manufacturers must ensure that the products are safe, explains the FDA. Manufacturers must also ensure that marketing of products is not false or misleading, and that the products comply with all other FDA and Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act regulations.