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After years of searching for nontoxic, drug-free solutions to their own period and hormonal related problems, co-founders Donna Ledwidge and Renee O'Shaughnessy built Vitropics, where menstrual health is supported and celebrated. Vitropics are a female led, female focused health company that offers research-backed, naturally effective solutions for menstrual related symptoms. Vitropics are opening more authentic period conversations and strive to push boundaries of menstrual health innovation for all women. 

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What is triumph?

Triumph is a multi-award winning supplement created by women for women. It contains three changing nutritional blends designed to sync with the three main phases of the monthly menstrual cycle. Each Phaseblend has tailored levels of botanicals, vitamins, minerals and amino acids, designed to support you feeling your best every day.

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What's inside the box? 

Triumph monthly cycle supplement is a monthly programme containing 30 sachets and 30 tablets.

Days 1 – 5

Tablets numbered one to five

Pink sachets - fruit punch flavour 

Days 6 – 15

Tablets numbered six to fifteen

Blue sachets – blueberry flavour

Days 16 – 30

Tablets numbered sixteen to thirty

Yellow sachets – orange flavour

How do I take triumph?

All sachets are colour-coded and all tablets are numbered. On day 1 of your cycle, start with tablet number 1 and a pink sachet. Mix sachet with 150ml- 500ml of water and take after a meal. Start a new programme at the beginning of your cycle and repeat each month. If you do not get a flow, you can still use this product. If your cycle is considerably shorter or longer than the average 28-30 day cycle, please see our FAQ section.

For women from age 12+.

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Your body changes. Your supplements should too.

Did you know that 90% of women experience symptoms during their menstrual cycle?!

Triumph is a symptom‑focused supplement designed to support you during your full cycle. It provides vital nutrients for:

·      Period symptom support

·      Hormonal balance

·      Energy

·      Hair, skin & nails

·      Immune system

·      Cognitive function

·      Nervous system

·      Heart health

Why are there three blends?

Triumph is designed to support your body along each phase of your menstrual cycle. The nutritional needs of a woman change during each menstrual phase. Each triumph Phaseblend contains tailored levels of nutrients to support these changes, giving your body what it needs, when it needs it most!

The three menstrual phases

On average you will have 450 menstrual cycles in your lifetime!

That’s a lot of time spent dealing with symptoms. When it comes to your cycle and managing your symptoms, we believe knowledge is power. Here’s what to expect along each phase:

Phase 1, Menstrual (Days 1-5)

Begins on day 1 of your flow and lasts for an average of 5 days. Your hormones; estrogen, progesterone and testosterone are at their lowest levels. You may experience low energy, cramping, bloating, headaches, tiredness and tender breasts.

Phase 2, Pre‑Ovulation (Days 6-15)

Begins when your flow has stopped. Your body is now in a recovery phase. Your hormones; estrogen, progesterone and testosterone are all climbing to peak levels. You may experience ovulation cramping, headaches and heightened stress.

Phase 3, Post-Ovulation (Days 16-30)

Begins after ovulation. Your hormones; estrogen, testosterone and progesterone levels start to drop. You might feel sluggish and may experience PMS, cravings, cramping, breast tenderness, bloating and low energy.

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