Female Health

Young Fem

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Young Fem is an herbal preparation for young women who are seeking relief from common symptoms associated with PMS. It has Saraca indica, which is an excellent source of tannins, catechin and naturally occurring iron; Centella asiatica, which promotes healthy blood circulation, supports collagen tissue, and is considered in Ayurveda to support cognition, by providing nutrients to the brain and the nervous system; and Aloe vera, which, in addition to its traditional uses in liver and digestive support, also provides relief for common symptoms associated with PMS and supports female health. Symplocos racemosa sustains the uterus and promotes urinary health, and Bamboo manna also contains silica, which supports female reproductive health and provides relief for common symptoms associated with PMS. Young Fem also contains measured amounts of pyridoxal-5-phosphate; a form of vitamin B6 which has been shown to help with relieving common PMS symptoms.

Eleg Fem

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Eleg Fem is perfect for those elegant females who are approaching or passing through menopause, the golden transition of life. Eleg Fem has a combination of Saraca indica, Dioscorea villosa, Asparagus racemosus, Terminalia arjuna, Cissus quadrangularis, and Indian coral powder. In Ayurveda, Saraca indica is considered to support and stimulate the female reproductive system. Asparagus racemosus has traditionally been used for minor pain relief and as an aphrodisiac. Cissus quadrangularis is a long-cultivated plant that has been described in ancient Ayurvedic texts as a general tonic for musculoskeletal and endocrine systemic support. Terminalia arjuna and Indian coral powder have cooling and liver supportive properties, while Indian coral powder is a source of naturally balanced elemental calcium and magnesium to support bone health.


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Sitawari (or Shaatavari as it is known traditionally) is considered to be a main rejuvenating and endocrine supporting herb for overall female health and vitality in Ayurvedic tradition. The reputed adaptogenic effects of Sitawari may be attributed to concentrati ons of saponins that are very similar to those found in the more commonly known Ashwagandha. In Sanskrit, Shaatavari means “she who possesses a hundred husbands”, referring to the herb’s one hundred roots. Ayurvedic tradition also uses Sitawari to support the gastrointestinal tract, for its aphrodisiac effects and for general circulatory system support.

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