A targeted balancing serum for women, Progesterone Supporting HBS is your second synergy blend during your cycle
- Rosehip oil is rich in fatty acids & carotenoids, it is known for its powerful skin regenerating properties.
- St John’s wort is known for its anti-inflammatory & cicatrizing properties; this oily macerate is used to calm muscle & joint pain.
- E.P.O oil prevents skin aging & restores the suppleness of the epidermis. It also has softening & revitalizing properties.
- Vitex Berry Essential Oil is a powerful balancer of hormones within the body, & regulator of female hormones. Vitex berry E.O is known as the chaste-berry, & is said to have a progesterone-like effect on the body’s luteinizing hormones.
- Improved progesterone makes Thyme Vulgaris (known for its beneficial effect on hormones) a great essential oil to naturally balance out hormones in your body.
- Damiana essential oil is renowned for its sexual-enhancing qualities & its positive effects on the reproductive organs. Using damiana essential oil balances the emotions that are connected with both sexual & menstrual problems. It is relaxing but also very leveling & uplifting too.
- Rose otto oil has a clearing, cleansing, regulating & purifying effect on the female sex organs & can be used for regulating and balancing hormones, irregular menstruation, functional infertility, while having a general toning effect on the uterus.
How to Use:
Use every evening. As the dosage is high, you should focus only on your belly always clockwise; 4-5 drops for 3-4 mins, 1-2 drops on each wrist & your soles (2 drops each). You should use it during your luteal phase and stop the first day of your period.
Rosehip Seed oil, St John’s wort macerate oil, Evening primrose (E.P.O), Vitex agnus castus E.O, Thymus vulgaris E.O, Turnera diffusa E.O, Rosa damascena E.O.
Storage & Cautions:
Well-preserved & built in optimum hygienic conditions, your product will keep for at least 6-9 mths. CAUTION: Keep in mind that alternative medicine should not be used as a substitute for standard care. Self-treating a condition and avoiding or delaying standard care may have serious consequences.