Featuring dong quai, black cohosh, and wild-crafted Albanian raspberry leaf, ingredients traditionally known to support the female glandular system.
- Provides nutritional support for menopausal women
- Aids in glandular system functions
HOW IT WORKS
The herbs in this unique formula have been used traditionally to support the female glandular system, especially black cohosh and dong quai, whose benefits are known by women in need of support during menopause.
WHY FEMALE COMFORT?
This Kosher-certified, nutritional blend features many non-GMO botanicals…like vegan raspberry leaves wild harvested in the Albanian mountains. Our experienced harvesters know the plants and wildlife very well. They collect at the best time and only use sustainable methods. Many families take pride in the great tradition of wild plant collection and want to share it with the next generation of harvesters. And better ingredients mean a better blend…so you can feel the power of nature.
THE STORY BEHIND FEMALE COMFORT
The Romans were cultivating red raspberries in the 4th century. King Edward I of Britain saw the need for their cultivation in the 13th century. Native Americans were already enjoying them when the Europeans arrived.
Dong quai, a relative of celery and carrots, has been used in TCM for thousands of years specifically for PMS and sexual health. It has also been popular in Ayurveda, and it was used by Native Americans.
Traditional Chinese Medicine reveres black cohosh for general health, going back thousands of years. Native Americans used this plant and shared its benefits with colonists who adopted its use for women’s health concerns.
You’ll find queen of the meadow growing up to 12 feet tall in wet woodlands. The Cherokee used the roots for urinary support and women’s health. The Potawatomi used the leaves for topical application.
Take 2 capsules with a meal three times daily.
Raspberry leaves, dong quai root, ginger rhizome, licorice root, black cohosh root, blessed thistle aerial parts, marshmallow root and queen of the meadow leaves.