The 'Her' potion from The Gut Lab is known for promoting hormone balance / supporting/toning the reproductive system (from pre-teen years to menopause + beyond!) / used to reduce inflammation in the gut + may increase digestive enzymes lipase + amylase / helps to soothe the digestive tract / may help you feel nourished, energized, + grounded.
Lab notes | add a quarter to half a teaspoon to tea, smoothies, dressings, or soups
Ingredients | (shatavari root, rosehip, true cinnamon, nettle leaf, ginger root)*, love. *organic powder
cautions + warnings | if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult with a health care practitioner prior to use. products are made in a facility that also handles wheat, grains, peanuts + tree nuts.
Shatavari root: shatavari is used as a beautiful women’s tonic, known to support all stages of a woman’s cycle + even loved for pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum + menopause! not only that, this superfood may also work as a supportive digestive aid. a powerful adaptogen, shatavari may assist in nourishing + calming the nerves. a true gem for any woman to add to her daily ritual.
Rosehip: the fruit of the rose plant! known for their high vitamin C, potassium, calcium, + vitamin A content (which may help support the immune system), rose hips are also used as an anti-inflammatory. they may assist in better circulation + regulating blood pressure. these little red beauties may even aid in healthier digestion, + improve skin health (hello antioxidants!).
True cinnamon: this beautiful, warming spice is used as an anti-inflammatory, a powerful antioxidant, + an antimicrobial, which may in turn support your immune system. true cinnamon may help support healthy blood pressure levels + improve circulation. what’s more, true (ceylon) cinnamon has been used to help stabilize blood sugar levels as well as protect neurons which may help prevent neurodegenerative disease.
Nettle leaf: the leaves of the stinging nettle plant have been used for it’s vitamin + mineral content for ages - especially for magnesium, calcium, iron, potassium. nettle is known as a powerful antioxidant, antiviral, and antibacterial. nettle may help decrease overall inflammation in the body, as well as heal the mucosal lining of the stomach which in turn may help with many digestive issues.
Ginger root: this superfood is known as a powerful anti-inflammatory. ginger may help with chronic indigestion + is traditionally used to help relieve pain, especially related to menstruation. it has been used as an antibacterial, + as an antioxidant which may help support the immune system, as well as prevent cognitive decline.
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