It is with great mastery of biochemical molecules from essential oils that these treatments were developed by Dr Moretti with the ultimate goal to relieve quickly and effectively the women suffering from menopause or painful periods. These treatments are so effective that the disorders associated with women's issues will dissipate very quickly in a few hours.

We are so confident in our product that we guarantee the integral reimbursement to any unsatisfied customer on a simple demand within 7 days following the reception of the treatment.

At the state of the art on essential oils research in medical Aromatherapy, Dr Moretti has formulated these revolutionary natural treatments with a great success and offers an efficient and fast relieve in all cases of menopause or women’s painful periods.


Menopause is a term used to describe the permanent cessation of the primary functions of the human ovaries: the ripening and release of ova and the release of hormones that cause both the creation of the uterine lining and the subsequent shedding of the uterine lining. Menopause typically (but not always) occurs in women in midlife, during their late 40s or early 50s, and signals the end of the fertile phase of a woman's life.

The transition from reproductive to non-reproductive is the result of a reduction in female hormonal production by the ovaries. This transition is normally not sudden or abrupt, tends to occur over a period of years, and is a natural consequence of aging.

Menopause symptoms:

Irregular Periods

One of the first changes that you may notice in your life is the change of your menstrual cycle. Your periods would become irregular and very unpredictable. So, you will have to be prepared for your period at all times. Further, your period may be longer one month and shorter the next time. So, don’t worry, lighter or heavier periods are normal.

Hot/Cold Flashes and Night Sweats

You may experience sudden warmth or coldness flooding your body and this may lead to a lot of undesirable sweating. The sweating is more prominent in the upper half of your body. In fact, you may just wake up in the middle of the night feeling very hot in spite of the air conditioning. But relax, this are most likely caused by the hormonal and biochemical changes going on in your body on the onset of menopause.

Vaginal Dryness

The lowering of the estrogen (female hormone) levels in your body lead to the thinning of the tissues lining your vagina. Your vagina also becomes very dry and less elastic. Vaginal dryness can in turn lead to itching, irritation and/or pain during sexual intercourse. During menopause, women also become more susceptible to vaginal infections.

Urge Incontinence

Female menopause is also characterized by the loss of some volition over our muscles. This is especially irritating when we consider the muscles lining the urinary tract. Many women find themselves in embarrassing situations because they could not control their urge to urinate. This leads to leaking. Furthermore, women also become more prone to infections of the urinary tract on the onset of menopause.

Emotional Ups and Downs

Almost all women going through menopause suffer from frequent bouts of depression and lose a lot of their sense of self. They also suffer from frequent mood swings that can lead to increased relationship problems.

Besides the above female menopause symptoms, some women also complain of increased forgetfulness. They also say that they experience heavy weight gain during their menopause and found it increasingly difficult to lose these extra pounds. Moreover, the risk of osteoporosis and heart diseases also increase during menopause.


Painful menstrual periods are moments in which women have spasms and abdominal pain, sharp or aching pain that comes and goes associated sometimes with back pain. In spite of the fact that some pain during your period is normal, excessive pain is not. The medical term for painful menstrual periods is dysmenorrhea.

Dysmenorrhea is a gynecological medical condition of pain during menstruation that interferes with daily activities. Still, dysmenorrhea is often defined simply as menstrual pain, or at least menstrual pain that is excessive.

Dysmenorrhea can feature different kinds of pain, including sharp, throbbing, dull, nauseating, burning, or shooting pain. Dysmenorrhea may precede menstruation by several days or may accompany it, and it usually subsides as menstruation tapers off. Dysmenorrhea may coexist with excessively heavy blood loss.


I. Primary or Spasmodic type:

There is no identifiable pelvic disorder.
Primary type mostly occurs in adolescents. Almost always confirmed to ovulatory cycles, the pain is usually cured following pregnancy or delivery. Pain is thought to be linked to uterine contractions. Uterine hypoxia may be another cause.

Causes of Pain:

Psychogenic factors, defects of Uterus, vasopressin and prostaglandin role have been suggested.

Clinical Features:

Often adolescent girls, with family history present 

Pain begins just before or with the menstruation 

Pain may last few hours to 24 hours,sometimes, over 48 hours

Pain is spasmodic and confined to lower abdomen  

Back and thigh pain may be present 

Nausea, vomiting, headache, fatigue and diarrhea may occur

Pallor, sweating and fainting may occur.


II. Secondary or Congestive type:

There is the presence of Pelvic Pathology.

Causes of Pain:

Increased tension in pelvic tissue due to congestion causes pain 

Chronic Pelvic Inflammatory Disease ( PID)

Pelvic endometriosis,

Uterine fibroid, endometrial polyp, IUCD in utero

Clinical Features:

Patient is in her 30's

Pain is dull, no radiation but back pain present.

Appears 3-5 days before period and relieves with start of bleeding.

No systemic discomforts as in primary type.

Abdominal and Pelvic Examination- Chronic Pelvic Inflammatory Disease ( PID) , 

Pelvic endometriosis, adenomyosis, Uterine fibroid, endometrial polyp, IUCD in utero may be detected.