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Natural Herbal Blend to support:

Women's Health                                                


100% Pure natural Herbal Powder to support with:

This herbal blend is intended to support naturally with:

  • General Women Health
  • Hormonal Balance
  • Menstrual Health (irregular cycles)
  • Menopause Health



Ingredients:   Pure powders of:

Lepidium meyenii, Withania somnifera, Trifolium pratense,  Vitex Agnus Cinnamomum verum& Achillea millefolium Salvia officinalis, Equisetum arvense  Castus, Rosmarinus officinalis.


Usage: 1 teaspoon mixed with warm/ cold Water, Juice or Smoothies 1 to 2 times a day. Prefered in the morning



This product is also avialable in capsules form. Click here please 




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 If you are on regular medications, pregnant or nursing, please consult your health adviser This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The herbal blend is intended to support naturally with women health herbs and your normal daily healthy diet.  




Women's Health, Hormonal Balance & Well-being Herbal Blend

  • The amazing benefits of the Adaptogens (Maca and Ashwagandha):

    This blend contains  100% pure natural and organic herbs that are some of the best herbs for female wellbeing. Herbs are carefully selected for our blends. Each blend has it master herb(s). Women's General Health & Well-being blend contains the most effective adaptegnic herbs for female health.


     The master herbs in the blend  are :

    • Maca (Lepidium meyenii)
    • Ashwagandha Withania somnifera


    Both herbs are organically grown in their native soils (Peru and India). Numerous scientific studies have proven their effectiveness...

     So what are adaptogens?

    Adaptogens are herbs that protect the body from the toxicity of stress by bringing it back into homeostasis (1). 

    These herbs and roots have been used for centuries in Chinese, Ayurvedic the natives healing traditions, but they're having a rebirth today.

    Adaptogens can help your body adapt to life’s ups and downs. These herbs help our bodies in reacting to or recovering from both short- and long-term physical or mental stress. Some also boost immunity and overall well-being. Research shows adaptogens can combat fatigue, enhance mental performance, ease depression and anxiety, and help you thrive rather than just muddle through (2).

    Here are some benefits of these 2 herbs;

    Hormones and these herbs:

    Stress plays a major role in regulating the sensitive reproductive hormones that impact fertility, libido, and healthy menstruation (read more).

    Ashwagandha’s mechanisim of action is built upon supporting and enhancing woemn’s reproductive health, therefore eliminating the root cause of stress

    Mineral-dense ashwagandha enhances communication within the complex endocrine system — strengthening the adrenal glands, reducing cortisol, and increasing the production of blood.

    The increased blood flow and regulated hormones have a positive effect on libido and menstrual health and can also aid in fertility (read more).


    MACA & Ashwagandha may Help Relieve Symptoms of Menopause:

    Menopause is defined as the natural decline in Estrogen level that occurs during this time can cause a range of unpleasant symptoms.

    Both Maca and Ashwagandha are scientifically proven to improve symptoms of menopause, including hot flashes and disrupted sleep at night.

    One review of four studies in menopausal women found that maca helped alleviate menopausal symptoms, including hot flashes and interrupted sleep (2)

    Additionally, animal studies suggest that maca and Ashwagandha can help protect bone health. Women have a higher risk of osteoporosis after menopause (3).

    They Improve Your Mood

    Several studies have shown that maca and Ashwagandha can enhance your mood.

    They been associated with reduced anxiety and symptoms of depression, particularly in menopausal women (4).


    Both plants contain plant compounds called flavonoids, which have been suggested to be at least partly responsible for these psychological benefits (5).




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