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Female Hormone Support
Price: $60.00
  • Helps Maintain Regular Menstruation
  • Balanced Moods, Supports Resilience
  • Increases Endurance, Energy and Healthy Sleep

Female Hormone Support

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Description

Strengthen female reproductive organs and endocrine system (hormones) with phytonutrients, energy-supporting and balancing botanicals.

Maintain menstrual regularity, with decreased menstrual discomfort. Balances moods, supports resilience, increases endurance, energy, immunity and healthy sleep.

The herbs are carefully calibrated in specific ratios for overall balance.

Liposomal Adaptogenic Elixir

All sixteen herbs are encapsulated in tiny, highly absorbable liposomes. The result is an adaptogenic tonic where you need only a fraction of herbs for rapid uptake and equal or greater potency than standard dry herbs or tinctures.

QuickSilver Scientific, Female Hormone Support2 pumps / 348 mg
Servings/container: 50

Contains:

1. Phosphatidylcholine

2. SunHorse Proprietary Blend:
Jiaogulan, Himalayan Goji, Acai, Peruvian Maca, American Ginseng, Schisandra Fruit, Asian Licorice Root, Rhodiola Rosea, Astragalus Root, Reishi Mushroom, Catuba, Guarana, Shatavari, Ashwagandha, Angelica Archangelica, Chaste Tree Berry, Pure Organic Grade B Maple Syrup.

Other Ingredients:
Glycerin, Ethanol, Water, Vitamin E (as Tocofersolan and natural mixed tocopherols), Acacia Gum.

Directions for Use

Take on an empty stomach, at least 10 minutes before a meal.

Take 2 pumps twice daily – hold in mouth for 30 seconds before swallowing.

Repeat to desired dosage or as directed by your heath care professional.

Use within 60 days of opening.

Recommended Use

Maintain menstrual regularity (decreased discomforts) balance moods, support resilience, increase endurance, energy, immunity and healthy sleep.

Contraindications

If pregnant, consult physician before use.

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