DESIRE FOR WOMEN – 50 VCAPS

$21.99

FORMAT

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50 Vcaps

DOSAGE

Adults, take 1 capsule 2 times daily.

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Description

Desire for Women is Trophics unique blend of herbs used to help maintain the physical aspects of women’s sexual health. Formulated using KSM-66®, an exclusive active ingredient extracted from the root of Ashwagandha, Desire for Women uses a specialized extraction method that does not use alcohol or synthetic solvents, KSM-66® provides withanolides in their natural proportions. This method of processing makes it one of the few ingredients that has been clinically studied and supports physical aspects of sexual health in women. [VCAPS]

Each Vcap Contains:
300mg
KSM-66® Ashwagandha (withania somnifera) Root Extract

(12:1, 3600mg dried equivalent; standardized to 5% withanolides)

Non-Medicinal Ingredients:
Hypromellose, Maltodextrin, Magnesium Stearate

Highlights
  • Helps Support Physical Aspects Of Sexual Health In Women
  • Extracted Without The Use Of Alcohol Or Synthetic Solvents
  • KSM-66® Ashwagandha Has Been Clinically Studied To Reduce Stress And Promote Overall Wellbeing
  • No Added Wheat, Soy, Gluten, Sugar, Colours Or Preservatives
  • Help Increase Resistance To Stress And Anxiety
  • AshwaghandaAshwagandha can help you beat stress, sexual dysfunction, autoimmune disease, arthritis…Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is an Ayurvedic herb also known as Indian ginseng (although it is not strictly a member of the ginseng family) that has been traditionally used as an adrenal and nervous system tonic, an adaptogen, and an immune modulator. In Ayurveda, it is classified as a rasayana (rejuvenation) herb, meaning that it can promote physical and mental health, rejuvenate the body in debilitated conditions and increase longevity.Current research has implicated Ashwagandha for the treatment of an incredible variety of conditions including: anxiety, sexual dysfunction, neurologically degenerative conditions (Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s), autoimmune diseases, and arthritis.

    Ashwagandha as an Adaptogen
    Ashwagandha has active constituents called withanolides, chemicals that resemble human steroid (stress and sex) hormones. This gives them the potential to supplement these hormones in the body in cases of insufficient production or to compete with excess levels produced. This means that supplementation can help normalize hormone levels, whether high or low. In addition to the effects of the withanolides, supplementation of ashwagandha prevents the depletion of vitamin C in the body. vitamin C is required by the adrenal gland for the production of hormones, such as cortisol and sex hormones. Ashwagandha has also been studied for its ability to increase sexual functioning and physical endurance. This may also be due to Ashwagandha’s support of the adrenal gland, as testosterone is produced in the adrenals and is responsible for libido and muscle growth. This herb has also been found to improve semen quality with supplementation.

    Immune System Modulation and Neuroprotection
    Ashwagandha also modulates the immune system, helping to promote underactive immune response and reduce overactive immune responses like those in autoimmune diseases. Because of its anti-inflammatory effects, Ashwagandha has also been studied for its ability to protect joint cartilage in cases of rheumatoid and osteoarthritis. Due to its neuroprotective effects, Ashwagandha is also used in cases of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases as well. In addition, this herb has been established as an effective treatment for anxiety in several studies in the last few years.

    How can I take Ashwagandha?
    Ashwagandha can be purchased as raw herb, liquid extract or tincture and encapsulated herb. The root is the part of the plant that is used medicinally, although some of the anti-cell growth research involves use of the leaf extract. This herb can be found alone or in combination formulas for the treatment of a variety of conditions. Dosing varies depending on the condition and particular study, but it has been safely supplemented between 1-2g daily of root extract. When Ashwagandha is found in a tea form, it can be safely taken by up to 3 cups a day (using 1-6g of whole herb). As a liquid or tincture, it can be dosed at between 2 and 4ml three times daily. Dosing for leaf extract has not yet been established as the research is still quite new in this area.

    Important Information
    Pregnant women should not use Ashwagandha because it may increase the risk of miscarriage. Do not use if you suffer from hypertension. Ashwagandha may also increase the effect of sedative and anti-anxiety medication. Do not use if you are taking digoxin as there is a potential for interaction.

    Ashwagandha– Quick Facts

    Parts Used

    · Root Or Leaf.

    Applications
    · Stress-Related Illnesses, Autoimmune Conditions, Sexual Dysfunction, Neurologic Conditions, Arthritis

    Optimum Dosage
    · There Is No Standard Dose Although Generally It Is Used Between 1 And 2 Grams Daily. 3 Cups Of Tea Per Day, Or 2-4ml Of Tincture Three Times Daily. (Clinical Doses May Be Higher As Recommended By Your Practitioner).

    Works Well With
    · Vitamin C, Vitamin B5, Other Immunomodulating Herbs

    Important Information
    · Do Not Use Ashwagandha With Sedatives Or Anti-Anxiety Medications.
    · Do Not Use If You Are Pregnant, Suffer From Hypertension, Or If You Are Taking Digoxin.

Additional information

Weight 42 g


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