Best known for their role in beer brewing, they have been used since the 11th century to inhibit bacteria growth as the brew ferments, preserve the beer, and add flavor. The female flowers of hop are being increasingly used in supplements for insomnia, anxiety, and menopausal symptoms.
IN THE LAB
Improved menopausal symptoms. It may help with anxiety and mood disorders and can help sleep onset. Studies show it may help weight-loss and metabolic health and may improve dental health via reducing plaque. Some other studied results show it may help fight allergies, improve heart health, help balance blood sugar levels, have anti-cancer properties, help with neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimers (shown in mice), and may support a healthy liver.
Uses a micronized concentrated extract of Hops to give the clinically studied dose in a. highly bioavailable form. You would have to consume over 250 mg of dry hops alone to get a similar dosing.
Helps neurodegenerative disease, improves heart health, improves mood, improves dental health, strengthens metabolic health, helps sleep onset, relieves anxiety, fights allergies, supports a healthy liver, balances blood sugar levels.