Support your female hormones with SUPERFOODS
Hormones influence your mood, quality of sleep, ability to focus, skin & hair health, weight, and cognitive function. Simply put, they’re essential for your health. Using 6 powerful, superfood ingredients, this female-focused blend helps to naturally balance hormones and reduce symptoms of PMS and menopause.
MACA FROM PERU This ancient superfood from Peru is a powerful adaptogen that was used hundreds of years ago by the Incas for more energy and hormonal balance.
BAOBAB FROM GHANA Harvested from the “Tree of Life,” baobab is a vitamin and nutrient-rich fruit that keeps your mood stable and your hormones balanced.
HIBISCUS FROM EGYPT This superpowered plant is as practical as it is pretty, thanks to its ability to reduce mood swings while helping to alleviate PMS pain.
SHATAVARI FROM INDIA Loved for its ability to fight symptoms of PMS, this adaptogenic herb is a hormone health superstar.
AMLA BERRY FROM INDIA Used in Ayurvedic medicine, this ancient fruit–also known as Indian Gooseberries– balances your body’s estrogen levels.
BEETROOT FROM CANADA Cherished by the Ancient Romans, this ruby-colored vegetable reigns supreme when it comes to fighting symptoms of PMS and menopause.
HIBISCUS SOOTHES MENSTRUAL CRAMPS
Around 80% of women experience period cramps in their lifetime. And a percentage of these women suffer such extreme pain that they’re unable to attend school and work. Luckily, studies have shown that hibiscus may offer some relief.
Due to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, hibiscus root has been shown to relieve menstrual pain. Additionally, various parts of the hibiscus plant have been used in ancient medicine, to treat arthritis pain, chest pain, and headaches.
Hibiscus may also promote hormonal balance, and help reduce common PMS symptoms, such as anxiety and irritability. The next time your period gets you down, whip up a warm cup of hibiscus and ginger tea! Or try our rejuvenating fruit-infused spa water!
HIBISCUS CAN REDUCE ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION
Did you know women are twice as likely to be diagnosed with depression and anxiety than men? This can largely be attributed to hormonal changes and imbalances.
In addition to relieving menstrual pain, hibiscus may also be a natural remedy for depression.
Research shows that the flavonoids in hibiscus have antidepressant properties, and may reduce anxiety and depression. In an animal study, hibiscus flowers promoted dopamine receptors (aka feel-good chemicals) in adult mice.
HIBISCUS HELPS FIGHT FREE RADICALS
When too many free radicals are produced, oxidative stress occurs which can lead to chronic diseases such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer. But according to multiple studies, hibiscus holds powerful free radical-fighting abilities. In an animal study, hibiscus extract increased antioxidant enzymes and lowered the effects of free radicals by 92%!
In addition, hibiscus is high in vitamin C, which helps promote healthy skin and tissues and supports a healthy nervous system – making it your trusty health sidekick!