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Latte Liberate
Smooth sailing

I’ve been using Latte Liberate for about a year now. I’m 50 and it seems to have kept any peri menopause symptoms away. Without it, I get mild hot flashes if I wake up during the night, so it’s definitely working.

Amazing to hear Catherine! Glad to hear its working and thanks for the review :)

Latte Liberate
kim swan
Loving the Latte

I have had stiffness going on 5 to 7 years now, I am at that age over my 40's now that peri menopause may have been possible, I have nearly gone through my first bag and within the first 2 weeks I noticed a huge difference. My aches and stiffness are pretty much gone now. I also started taking brain booster as I did notice the brain fog, it has also helped me immensly, Love them both fantastic products

Thanks Kim for the review and letting us know how both Latte Liberate and Brain Booster is helping you - amazing to hear ❤️

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Linda Gormley

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Donna Barton
So far so good

Making a huge difference and is great in a smoothie 👍

Thanks for the review Donna and so happy to hear its working and you're loving it too!

Tea Tonic
Bec S
Another amazing blend!

This tea has been amazing for my sleep. I drift off much easier and more calmly and can stay asleep longer (I usually wake every 2-3 hrs) so I’m very happy and relieved that it’s helping! The taste has definitely grown on me and now I crave it at nighttime.

So happy to hear that our Tea Tonic is working for you. The sleep you get with this blend is simply amazing. Thanks for the review



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What to expect when you're going through Menopause

What to expect when you're going through Menopause | kulture.store

As women start to age, their ovarian functions naturally start to slow down and egg supply begins to decrease. This triggers the start of the perimenopause stage (or the menopause transitional phase) in which menstrual periods gradually become irregular. Once a woman stops having her period for one year, she is said to have entered menopause.

Many horror stories have been told about menopause. Probably because it entails a host of unpleasant (to put it mildly) symptoms that can cause physical, mental, and emotional misery. Hormonal levels in a woman’s body fluctuate throughout perimenopause and menopause and these fluctuations are expected to cause compounded discomfort as the ovaries struggle with hormonal production. These fluctuations result in tormenting symptoms that can be greatly challenging if left unchecked. However, the good news is that these symptoms can be managed.

Here are the most common changes that women undergoing menopause can expect to go through and how they can alleviate the symptoms:

Menopausal women undergophysical changes such as:

  • Hot flashes  
  • Bone loss
  • Cardiovascular disease

During menopause, hot flashes occur as women experience a sudden rise in body temperature. This can cause side effects such as sweating, dizziness, and heart palpitations. To manage hot flashes, it is advisable to dress in layers, use a fan, drink lots of water, and avoid staying in the heat. Women should also avoid hot flash triggers such as eating spicy food or consuming alcohol. Soy based foods such as tofu, edamame, and miso, which are high in phytoestrogens, are also said to have beneficial results for managing hot flashes.


Decreased estrogen levels result to massive bone loss and make menopausal women more susceptible to osteoporosis. To keep bones healthy, women should drink calcium supplements and eat food with a lot of calcium. Some examples are dairy products and dark leafy vegetables. It is also advisable to take vitamin D supplements and include regular (gentle) exercises to strengthen the bones.

Decreased estrogen levels also make the arteries less flexible and can result to an increased risk of heart disease so make sure to maintain a healthy weight, eat a healthy, balanced diet, exercise, and stop/avoid smoking.

Emotional Changes

Menopausal women also undergoemotional changes that can result to:

  • Sleep problems
  • Stress
  • Anxiety and
  • Mood swings  

Imagine having to undergo monumental body changes at a time in your life when you are juggling responsibilities such as raising teenage kids, caring for ageing parents, and maintaining a career. During menopause, women not only tend to worry about how it will affect their bodies physically, they worry about how these changes can impact their mental and emotional health as well. All this worrying can affect her over-all disposition and can result to sleep problems, stress, anxiety, and mood swings.

Not only do hormonal fluctuations result to sleep disorder, the physical symptoms like hot flashes can keep a woman up at night as well, and she may feel tired and cranky the next day. No wonder mood swings are an ever present symptom of menopause. Again, regular exercise can help alleviate this problem. As a general rule, fit people can get better quality of sleep. Be sure to stick with gentle exercises such as light stretches, Pilates, or yoga but avoid exercising too close to bedtime.

Ashwagandha to relieve symptoms

Some form of meditation can help calm the mind and ease stress and anxiety. Supplements containing the ayurvedic herb called Ashwagandha can bring tremendous benefits for women having difficulty with the symptoms of menopause. Ashwagandha’s adaptogenic properties stimulate the central nervous system and help fight stress by reducing cortisol levels. It is also a fabulous mood elevator and can help alleviate those mood swings. Kulture's Latte Liberate contains Ashwagandha and is designed help to alleviate menopausal symptoms.

Finally, creating a self care regimen can do wonders for managing stress, anxiety, and mood swings. Taking time to relax with a cup of tea, getting a massage, having yourself pampered during a spa day, doing some gardening, or just reconnecting and talking to a friend are some ways women can lavish on self love.

Menopause should not be a dreaded time in a woman’s life. With proper diet, daily exercise, and regular health check ups, women can make the most out of this natural and beautiful time in their lives and make this time about taking care of themselves.

Latte Liberate for Menopausal support

Latte Liberate is an all natural blend of adaptogens, spices and superfoods to reduce hot flashes during menopause & peri-menopause. Simply add hot or cold milk to create a creamy latte drink that eases stress, reduces body aches and pains and improve your sleep.

  • Relief from hot flushes and night sweats
  • Support balance of estrogen
  • Improve sleep
  • Reduce body aches and pains



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