The Natural Answer for Hormonal Imbalances
Throughout the centuries women have been using herbs to treat female problems. A wealth of knowledge about the natural healing abilities of herbs has been accumulated based on the true experiences of these women.
The ancient wisdom of herbs has resurfaced as more women become disillusioned with the synthetic hormone replacement therapies so common in modern society. Women are simplifying their lives and turning to the purity and beauty of nature to provide them with the feeling of harmony and balance that makes their lives more complete.
Nature provides the answer women are searching for in botanicals known as phytoestrogens. Phytoestrogens are almost identical in chemical structure to the estrogen and progesterone produced naturally in the human body, and are able to support the needs of both pre and post menopausal women.
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When we think of female hormones, we think of estrogen and progesterone. Generally speaking, estrogen initiates the process of sexual maturation and physical development at puberty. Progesterone is primarily responsible for maintaining pregnancy. Although estrogen deficiencies have been given a considerable amount of attention, current research has proven that progesterone deficiencies are just as common.
Estrogen and progesterone work hand in hand, alternating the control of the menstrual cycle at specific times. Hormones, when in balance, work quietly and with the utmost discretion. When hormones are out of balance, they make their presence known in obvious and often very irritating ways. Symptoms associated with pre-menstrual syndrome and menopause such as water retention, mood swings, hot flashes, back pain, and sore breasts, can all be signs that a woman’s hormones are out of balance. Many of these symptoms are caused by a progesterone deficiency in addition to an estrogen imbalance. Evidence shows when progesterone levels are balanced, pre-menstrual syndrome, and other menopausal difficulties dramatically improve.
Full Moon was created to naturally support a woman’s body by establishing hormonal stability. Achieving a better and natural hormone balance can happen by using Judy Marie’s Miracles of Health Full Moon. One of the ingredients in Full Moon – Wild Yam, is a rich source of natural progesterone. When ingested, the body easily and safely converts diosgenin into progesterone. Dong Quai is another main ingredient found in Full Moon. The Chinese have used Dong Quai for centuries to treat all female problems. Dong Quai has phytoestrogens that exhibit estrogenic activity. In fact, the phytoestrogens in Dong Quai are virtually identical to the estrogen produced by the body. The two molecules are so similar that the body can recognize the phytoestrogens from Dong Quai as its own estrogen – another example of nature healing nature!
Each of the remaining herbs in Full Moon are well known for their ability to relieve menstrual related problems. Today we can choose healthier methods for correcting hormone imbalances and preserve the beauty and health of a woman.
Many women of all ages are experiencing remarkable results from Full Moon. This formula provides the body with all the building blocks it needs to make the appropriate amount of hormones on its own – naturally. Full Moon is an effective natural hormone replacement formula that supports the body’s production of estrogen and progesterone in amounts that a woman requires.
Other Ingredients May Contain: Vegetarian Capsule, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Magnesium Stearate (vegetable source), Silicon Dioxide, Rice Flour and Water
Suggested Usage: Two to Three capsules with meals or as desired, as an addition to every day diet.
CAUTION: Use of nutritional supplements is an individual responsibility and decision. Pregnant women, nursing mothers, children, the elderly, those with known medical conditions or anyone opting not to assume the responsibility of that decision should use this product under proper medical supervision.*
STORAGE: Store this product in a cool dry place below 30°C (86°F). Keep out of reach of children.