So whats in it?
Agnus castus 3X: Also known as the Chaste Berry plant, the berries of this purple beauty have been used in homeopathy to treat reproductive disorders in men and women.
Berberis vulgaris 6X: European Barberry is a shrub native to central and southern Europe, northwest Africa and western Asia. It was used in early times to make a natural yellow dye, and the berries are used in Europe and elsewhere to make jam. In homeopathy, Berberis is used to treat low libido and pain in vagina and uterus during mensus, and during intercourse.
Damiana 1X: The herb Damiana is a small shrub with fragrant yellow flowers, and is native to Central and South America, Mexico and the Caribbean. It has long been a domestic medicine in Mexico, where it is as a tonic and as an aphrodisiac. In homeopathy, it has been used to treat amenorrha, dysmenorrha, and leucorrha in the women, lowered libido in both men and women, and to dispel fatigue.
Graphites 1X: Also called Black Lead, Graphites at one time was prepared from drawing pencils. In homeopathy, it has been used in homeopathy to treat soreness of the vagina and pain in ovaries and uterus, night sweats and lack of energy.
Ignatia amara 6X: St. Ignatius' Bean, native to the Philippine Islands, has a long history of homeopathic use for "change of life" issues, especially as they relate to mood swings, hot flashes, painful periods and anxiety.
Lactuca virosa 3X: Also known as Poisonous Lettuce or Opium Lettuce, Lactuca v. contains
Lactucin, a bitter substance common to all lettuces but strongest in Lactuca. It has a soporific action, and was used in early homeopathy in place of Opium to quiet nervousness and induce sleep. Also helpful for women with irregular period mood swings.
Onosmodium virginianum 30C (False Gromwell): Onosmodium v. is a member of the American branch of the Borage family. Used in homeopathy for loss of desire in both men and women, also for fibroids and severe uterine cramps in women, itching of vulva, pain and pressure in ovaries.
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