What's in this blend, and why:
Red Raspberry Leaves
contain fragarine, a plant compound that helps tone and tighten muscles in the pelvic area. Some research supports anecdotal evidence that red raspberry leaves help relieve premenstrual symptoms (PMS), such as cramping, vomiting, nausea and diarrhea.
Siberian Ginseng is often referred to as an adaptogen, a substance that may help strengthen the body and increase general resistance to daily stress.
Ginger Root is believed to speed up the movement of food through the GI tract, while also protecting the gut. It may also ease bloating, cramping, and gas. Ginger has been used to treat inflammation for centuries and this practice now has a body of scientific evidence behind it. It may also help alleviate headaches, menstrual cramps, sore muscles, and other types of pain.
Chaste Tree Berry has been well studied in clinical trials to support normal hormone levels, particularly progesterone.
Wild Yam is believed to influence hormone balances in a way that can alleviate conditions like morning sickness, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), hot flashes, menstrual cramps, vaginal dryness, low libido, and osteoporosis.
Rose Hips contain high levels of polyphenols, carotenoids, and vitamins C and E, all of which have powerful antioxidant properties.
Spearmint has the ability to soothe digestion, improve the immune system, protect the body against fungal infections, and lower inflammation.
Cramp Bark, traditionally used to treat pain from muscle cramps, shows promising potential to relieve pain and promote healthy kidney function. Emerging research suggests that it may offer many other benefits as well.
Angelica Root has anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antispasmodic properties.
Uva Ursi was traditionally used as a natural remedy to treat urinary tract infections (UTIs). The plant contains natural chemicals with infection-fighting properties, called glycosides and arbutin. Glycosides might help reduce the bacteria in your urine.