Nearly 25% of all women will experience some sort of pelvic floor disorder

Journal of the American Medical Association
 

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RejuvaOne™ is formulated to support and strengthen a woman’s reproductive system. While all of the herbs play an important role here are some of the highlights.*

 

Asparagus root is used in Ayurvedic medicine for uterine bleeding, as a uterine tonic and for PMS. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Codonopsis is used to counteract prolapse of the stomach, rectum and uterus.

 

Curcuma comosa has a long history of use in Southeast Asia to fight vaginal wall prolapse and tighten vaginal muscles. Dong Quai is a well-known blood tonic especially prized for replenishing menstrual blood. Sappan wood is added to formulas in Traditional Chinese Medicine to ease postpartum abdominal pain.*

Beware of Inferior Products

Curcuma comosa Roxb. is commonly mistaken for related but less effective species. Properly trained herbalists can identify it by the shape of the roots, smell, color and taste.

 

Harvesting any immature plant or improper processing can yield a low potency product that can take much longer to achieve the same or lesser results.

 

Single extract products can create imbalance and fail to achieve a holistic result. Our certified herbalists have years of experience and training to ensure a safe and high quality supplement. We test our herbs for heavy metals and microbial contaminants as well as for potency.

 

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