Vitamin E (as d-Alpha Tocopherol Succinate)
This is a fat-soluble vitamin which works as an antioxidant; it has been identified on the decade of twenties as the “vitamin of fertility”. Vitamin E can be found on a variety of foods, mainly on those of vegetal origin with green leafs such as spinach and broccoli, it can also be found on seeds such as wheat germ and soja. Vitamin E can also be found on foods of animal origin such as eggs. It provides a lot of benefits to the organism, it helps to lower the cholesterol levels and aids on the healthy growth of hair.
Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) (seed)
It contains the highest concentration of elements that are helpful for the development of breasts tissues, the use of this herb was known by the Egyptians. It works as a hormonal regulator and is employed to treat menopause symptoms and restore balance to female hormonal system. It also works as a digestive regulator and it can also reduce the levels of cholesterol. Recent investigations have proven that Fenugreek protects from breast cancer.
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) (seed)
It was usually employed as an important cooking ingredient because it helps in a proper digestion. It has high levels of flavonoids which cause a similar effect produced by estrogens. This is a key ingredient on the development of breasts tissues and for the elimination of toxins of estrogen receptors. It is considered also as a herb with diuretic properties, and it is also employed to heal liver problems such as icterus and colics. It has no side effects or contraindications on normal doses.
Dong Quai (Angelica chinesis) (root)
It is also known as a female ginseng, it is widely employed on Asian countries to treat gynecological disorders; it contains phytochemicals elements such as flavonoids, polysaccharides, coumarins, phytosterols or sodium ferulate. It is also employed to treat the symptoms of menopause. It has a relaxing and sedative effect on muscles and it is employed as an anti-inflammatory and analgesic agent. Scientists have the belief that Dong Quai promotes natural progesterone synthesis.
Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus) (root)
It has mainly disinfectant properties; among its active principles are the Flavonoids such as glycosides of apigenol and kenferol. It is employed to treat a lot of female problems, especially those related to menopause. It is also employed as a hormonal regulator and it helps in digestive process and in blood circulation. As it has depurative properties it can remove toxins from tissues. On homeopathy the tincture prepared from the fresh Blessed Thistle is used to treat hepatitis and arthritis.
Dandelion (Taraxacum officinales) (root)
Numerous medicinal properties have been attributed to this herb. It works as a depurative, and removes toxins from organism. It can help on the performance of kidney, liver and gallbladder and with its diuretic effect it prevents the emergence of kidney stones. It is also a digestive tonic which fights constipation. This ingredient plays an important role on the elimination of toxins.