The combination of herbs in Flashback has been used for centuries to relieve menopausal hot flashes. Our version of the formula takes a broad-spectrum approach to hot flash relief. Rather than depend on a single herb, Flashback contains a proprietary blend of 16 herbs used in Chinese herbalism to cool hot flashes and night sweats while addressing emotional stress and poor sleep, two factors that often accompany menopause and can trigger hot flashes.*
Use Flashback daily to reduce the frequency and intensity of hot flashes and control nights sweats, mood swings, and sleeplessness, especially during menopause. Flashback is not estrogenic, so it may be used by men experiencing male hot flashes. See the Cautions section for more information.
Take Flashback capsules at the recommended dose for two weeks to see how your body responds, then adjust as needed. For persons up to 150 pounds, take one 500 mg capsule by mouth two to three times per day; for those weighing more than 150 pounds, take two 500 mg capsules two to three times per day; or as directed by your healthcare professional. Do not exceed two capsules at any one time.
Alternate Dosages & Frequency
If satisfactory results are not achieved after three days at the recommended serving size, increase the frequency of use to a maximum of four times per day before increasing the number of capsules taken at one time. Flashback is intended for use in adult women experiencing menopause or perimenopause, but it may be used by adult men experiencing hot flashes without impacting hormone levels. Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
Rehmannia (fresh root), Chinese angelica (root), Bai-zhu atractylodes (rhizome), Zizyphus jujube (seed), Anemarrhena (rhizome), Phellodendron (bark), Ligustrum (fruit), Salvia (root), White peony (root), Poria (whole herb), Bupleurum (root), Ginger (fresh rhizome), Schisandra (fruit), Tree peony (root bark), Licorice (root) honey-fried, Mint (leaf)
Gluten-free vegetable capsule
Cautions & Contraindications
When experienced by women in their 40s and early 50s, night sweats and hot flashes are normal symptoms of perimenopause. If you are a man or woman not in that age range, experiencing hot flashes or night sweats may be a sign of a medical condition requiring treatment. See a healthcare professional. In addition to the General Cautions for All Formulas section, please follow these guidelines: