Beveragette Ventures launches all-natural beverage to minimize common PMS and menopause symptoms

Seattle-based, women-owned, Beveragette Ventures LLC, developers of the innovative, wellness beverage line, GEM, announced today the launch of Keep it Cool(TM), an all-natural, low-calorie, peach-pineapple flavored beverage, with clinically proven ingredients to minimize the many symptoms of menopause; hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, irritability and sleeplessness.

GEM Keep it Cool, the first-ever, ready-to drink treatment of its kind, was created in response to today's limited options for the treatment of menopause symptoms. It is a safe, effective and easy solution for today's busy woman. Until now, treatments included dietary supplements; prescription drugs containing estrogen and/or progestogen hormones; progesterone cream and other nonprescription hormone products. Some herbal treatments are available, but GEM Keep it Cool contains its own unique, proprietary blend of natural and nature-identical ingredients. The mixture does not exist in any other product.

Menopause is a natural biological process, not a medical illness. Even so, the physical and emotional symptoms of menopause can cause disruption to a woman's lifestyle, her sleep patterns and family relations.

Dr. Robert Gallo, a board-certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist since 1983 states, "Since the results from the Women's Health Initiative became known, the medical community has been attempting to get away from hormonal treatments to more natural, holistic treatments. Yet we still have to consider what is safe as well as effective."

The Women's Health Initiative (WHI) was a major 15-year research program, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, to address the most common causes of death, disability, cardiovascular disease, cancer, osteoporosis and in general, poor quality of life in postmenopausal women. The results, released in 2002, provided strong clinical trial evidence that neither estrogen alone nor in combination with a progestin, prevents heart disease, and, in addition, when several outcomes were considered together, overall harm outweighed overall benefits.

"GEM Keep it Cool is a breakthrough product that provides a safe, effective solution to women who have limited options in terms of the treatment of the symptoms of menopause. The results from the clinical studies of the individual ingredients are excellent. I am thrilled to be able to offer my patients this product," Dr. Gallo adds.

"As today's women approach menopause, they are likely balancing a busy life with children, a demanding job and maybe even caring for elderly parents," says Shannon Reagan-Henry, CEO of Beveragette Ventures LLC. "Keep it Cool provides women with a safe, all natural, easy solution for minimizing the added stress of menopausal hot flashes and night sweats and common PMS symptoms. It also tastes great!"

Keep it Cool is sold by the case, in a one-month supply, plus shipping and handling via national direct-to-consumer television campaigns, featuring Marie Osmond; singer, entertainer, author and mother. Consumers can also purchase the product via a toll-free number (800-961-6060), or by visiting the company's web site ( GEM Keep it Cool is not sold in retail outlets. 


  1. Josh Josh United States says:

    Hi, Everyone.  Thought I'd let everyone know that the Gem beverage fell flat for my wife.  She has suffered hot flashes for almost 4 years now.  We thought getting a case of Marie's elixir was the answer.  Sorry, didn't even come close (as an engineer I have a propensity to track things).  Worse yet, the company refuses to refund based on that I am a couple days 'outside the window' of refund.  BTW, how do you know if the product works if you don't use it for the entire 30 days ? Anyway, I will be in touch with the CA attorney general.  - Josh    

    • Cheryl Robson Cheryl Robson Canada says:

      I used to love Marie Osmond but this product has made me doubt her. It's pretty sad when a company targets women in pain and then overcharges them for a so called natural treatment. You are vastly over charging and gleaning ill gotten gains from poor helpless females!

  2. Shannon Reagan - Henry Shannon Reagan - Henry United States says:

    We are sorry to hear that GEM was not effective for your wife, Josh.  Unfortunately, every women's body reacts differently to any type of over the counter or prescribed medication.  The use of natural products often requires more time to have an effect than most pharmaceuticals.  We have thousands of women across America taking GEM Keep it cool daily and have felt significant relief.  We strongly recommend that women take GEM every day for the full 32 days.  In some cases, where results are slower, we would suggest trying GEM for little longer.  We believe in our product and back it with a 100% 32 day money back guarantee.  We would love to have a conversation with your wife to see where improvements can be made in our customer service area.  If that doesn't work for you, please send your order information to [email protected] and we will be happy to assist you in getting a full refund.

  3. Robin Robin United States says:

    Hot Flashes sufferers~
    I bought this product because I believed Marie Osmond would not endorse a product that didn't rock.  My first clue should have been when I saw how much they were asking for this product.  The first "special price" doubles on the next purchase and thereafter.  Wish I had read these reviews of GEM before I put out the exorbitant amount they are asking to "help" women.  I have used it for the 32 days they say they will guarantee it for, however, the amount of time they say needed for you to feel the effect is 45 days.  Hmmmm.  We'll I'm not willing to be out the $$ and keep drinking and then be out the Large sum of money they want you to pay them each month....My recommendations, Bio Identical Hormones.  Check this out it is on line in just about every city and I have talked to many women living normal lives after finally getting it under control with this safe hormonal replacement.  Not synthetic... God Bless you and I hope you read this before spending your hard earned money!!

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