is the name for a specially processed extract of Pueraria mirifica (PM) that guarantees a minimum level of miroestrol and deoxymiroestrol, as well as isoflavones.
The structure of Miroestrol has great similarity to estriol, which is formed in human liver of pregnant woman from the potent estrogenic hormone 17 estradiol and estrone by l6± hydroxylation.
Pueraria mirifica contains other chemicals that belong to the isoflavone and coumestran group of phytoestrogens, e.g. Genistein, Daidzein, Daidzin, Genistin, and Coumestrol that are usually found in soybeans; however, the estrogenic activity of Miroestrol and Deoxymiroestrol are about 3,000 times more potent than that of soy isoflavones.
Most important, Miroestrol and Deoxymiroestrol are found in no other plant anywhere in the world