Women's Formula is a natural alternative to increment sexual drive and energy
- Provides active women with vitality
- Increases sexual drive and libido
- Increases the energy and overall sexual performance
- Strengthens fertility
- Harmonizes reproductive functions
- Can promote pregnancies
Take 2 capsules daily, until you finish the bottle.
- Damiana (botanical name: Turnera diffusa): The leaves of damiana were originally used as medicine by the indigenous cultures
of Central America, particularly Mexico. Today the plant is found in hot, humid
climates, including Mexico and parts of Texas, the Caribbean, and southern Africa.
Damiana has been hailed as an aphrodisiac since ancient times, particularly by
the native peoples of Mexico. Other folk uses have included asthma, bronchitis,
neurosis, and various sexual disorders. It has also been promoted as a euphoria-inducing
- American Ginseng: Ginseng is widely used in the United States to improve overall energy and vitality, particularly during times of fatigue or stress. While there is not much clinical evidence to support an energy boosting effect, there are studies showing its potential value in normalizing glucose levels after meals in diabetics, stimulating immune function, treating male impotence and, when used with Ginkgo biloba, improving memory and symptoms of attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children.
- Saint John's Wort: Aromatic, astringent, resolvent, expectorant and nervine. Used in all pulmonary complaints, bladder troubles, in suppression of urine, dysentery, worms, diarrhoea, hysteria and nervous depression, haemoptysis and other haemorrhages and jaundice. For children troubled with incontinence of urine at night an infusion or tea given before retiring will be found effectual; it is also useful in pulmonary consumption, chronic catarrh of the lungs, bowels or urinary passages. Externally for fomentations to dispel hard tumours, caked breasts, ecchymosis.
- Dong Quai: Dong Quai has been used for over a thousand years as a spice, tonic, and medicine in China, Korea and Japan. Although there have been few definitive studies on dong quai, it is reputed to relieve constipation, increase red blood cell count (which helps treat anemia), and to provide relief from menstrual disorders such as cramps, irregular menstrual cycles, infrequent periods, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and menopausal symptoms. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is used for a variety of purposes, including reproductive, circulatory, and respiratory conditions.
- Sarsaparrilla: She is diurética, sudorífica and purifying. The Spaniards verified, to their arrival to America, that the native ones already used the plant to cure diverse the evils, and they baptized it with the name of zarzaparrilla by similarity with which it grew in Spain (the one "of Europe"), to which also they adjudged the properties of that one, without knowledge that their active principles are not such. They even thought that it served to cure sífilis.