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Fenugreek - Small studies revealed the plant to increase breast milk production and improve male libido (Wong). Fenugreek seed significantly lowered blood sugar levels in non-insulin dependent diabetics, significantly improves ulcers, proven to relieve extreme menstrual pains and their durations, also relieving menopausal symptoms (nausea, headaches, vomiting) during periods, and improves female libido (Biggins).
L-Tyrosine - Helps to reduce hypothyroidism, prevent narcolepsy, assists with making important thyroid hormones and increases T3 thyroid hormone (responsible for breathing, heart rate, muscle strength, digestion, intestinal flow, menstrual cycles, bodyweight, and more) and extremely beneficial for mental behaviors in stressful situations such as military trainings, sleep deprivations, multitasking, and cold weather (Wannissorn).
Motherwort - Great at nurturing the uterus for childbirth, proven menstrual benefits (reduces cramping, muscle spasms, hot flashes, headaches), improves blood circulation, encourages new capillary growth, and treats hypothyroidism (Barton). Also includes mental health benefits, cardiac pain relief, stomach pain, and antioxidant benefits because it contains flavonoids and polyphenolic compounds (Mendicino).
Black Cohosh Oat Grass - Proven to act as a painkiller and relieve menstrual pains (Cleveland Clinic).
Pacific Kelp - More vitamin c than orange juice, more calcium than milk, vitamin k, vitamin A, vitamin b-12, a great source of iodine, and great for thyroid hormone production (Roberts). Studies have shown kelp to slow cancers of the colon and breast, other studies discovered a compound called fucoidan that could stop the spread of lung and prostate cancers, type 2 diabetes relief, and also contains a carotenoid compound called fucoxanthin and a fiber called alginate to help with weight loss (Buettner).
Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus)- Stimulates lactation and contains cnicin which binds common bacteria inhibiting bacterial replication.
Definitely a safe supplement to take because it is 100% natural. Of course, you still want to check with your Dr. to be on the safe side.
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