woho vegan

WoHo! vegan

  • Liquid WoHo! with vegan formula
  • Same active ingredients as Wo-Ho! in capsules
  • With sage, yam and vitamin B6
  • Regulates hormonal activity
  • Well-being during menstruation
  • Balances the mood
  • For hormonal balance

WoHo! is formulated to create hormonal balance, regulate hormonal activity, create well-being during menstruation and balance mood. Contains sage, which supports a woman's hormonal balance and provides support for well-being during the menstrual period. Yam root contributes to a calm and comfortable menopause with a balanced mood. Vitamin B6 helps to regulate hormonal activity and reduce tiredness and fatigue.

Take control of your PMS!

WoHo! is a unique dietary supplement for women's hormonal balance with cucumber oil, sage, yam and vitamin B6. Sage regulates hormonal activity and contributes to well-being during the menstrual period.

Properties of Salvia during menstruation

WoHo! is based on sage, which has been shown in scientific studies to support a woman's hormonal balance. Sage also provides support for well-being during the menstrual period.

Well-documented yam contributes

A key ingredient in WoHo! is yam. This root has been a well-known feature of South American Indian history but also used throughout the American continent for centuries. In the 1940s, the plant caught the attention of scientists and today yam has been proven to contribute to a calm and comfortable menopause with a focus on relieving restlessness and irritation.

Extra support of vitamin B6 and biotin

WoHo! is also supplemented with vitamin B6 and biotin. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has scientifically evaluated the importance of these nutrients for women and others in terms of hormonal balance. Vitamin B6 has an approved health claim to help regulate hormonal activity. At the same time, B6 and biotin work together to maintain normal psychological function.

Facts about PMS:

  • PMS is common in women of childbearing age, with up to 75% experiencing moderate physical and/or mental disturbances.
  • 10% of Swedish women of childbearing age want some kind of remedy for their PMS.
  • PMS usually appears 3-10 days before your period.

Disturbances can be:

  • Irritated
  • Lightweight
  • Restless
  • Fatigue
  • Less energy

Declaration per daily dose:2.5 ml (1/2 teaspoon)DRI*5 ml (1 teaspoon)DRI*
Borage oil1000 mg**2000 mg**
-of which polyunsaturated fatty acids602 mg**1204 mg**
-from GLA (gamma-linolenic acid)220 mg**440 mg**
Salvia (extract 10:1)75 mg**150 mg**
Jamsrot60 mg**120 mg**
-from Diosgenin12 mg**24 mg**
Lecitin50 mg**100 mg**
Vitamin E12 mg100%24 mg200%
Rosemary extract5 mg**10 mg**
vitamin B61.4 mg100%2.8 mg200%
Biotin50 µg100%100 µg200%
*% of daily reference intake **DRI not established

Ingredients: borage oil(Borago officinalis), coconut oil (MCT), sage extract(Salvia officinalis), yam extract(Dioscorea villosa), lecithin (from GMO-free soy), vitamin E (D-alpha tocopherol), antioxidant (rosemary extract), lemon flavouring, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), biotin (D-biotin), stabiliser (silica), sweetener (sucralose).

Dosage: 5 ml (1 teaspoon) daily for the first 3 months, thereafter 2.5 ml (1/2 teaspoon) per day. Shake well before use. To be taken with a meal. Not recommended for pregnant and lactating women.

Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a varied diet; a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle are important. Store in a dry place at room temperature and out of reach of children. Opened package should be stored in the refrigerator and consumed within 2 months.

Product type
Food supplements

Durability and storage
2 months from opening, keep refrigerated

Batch labeling



Milk protein

Animal origin


Ok for Pregnant & Breastfeeding



Plastic/plastic (regarding packaging)
PET cork

What is the difference between liquid WoHo and WoHo in capsules?

-No difference at all except the capsules themselves. As the capsules are made of fish gelatine, we wanted to offer a vegan alternative, in liquid form.

Can I take WoHo during pregnancy and breastfeeding?

- We believe that WoHo should not be used/recommended in the context of pregnancy and lactation. There is a lack of documentation on yam in pregnancy and lactation.

Can teenagers take WoHo?

-We recommend WoHo to adult women over 18 years old. This is because teenagers have a lot of hormones floating around that should not be affected during adolescence. If you still want to give your teenage daughter WoHo, we recommend that it is done in consultation with a doctor's recommendation.

Can you take WoHo for menopausal symptoms?

-Absolutely, it works for that too.