Good product with good qualities. It is good at getting you a multi-vitamins intake which will cover all you need in vitamins but as well as many good herbs with excellent proprieties such as green tea leaf extract which is loaded in polyphenols and other phytochemicals, lactobacillus acidophilus which is a good probiotic, uvai ursi leaf powder which is good at preventing urinary tracts and infections, marigold flower extract which is good at preventing many diseases such as some cancers and could ease menstrual cramps, panax ginseng root powder which is an effective preventative the prevention of cancers of the uterus, cervix and vagina. This herb also is recognized to improve circulation, deter anxiety and fatigue and perform as an aphrodisiac. The root is also effective at enhancing the immune system, mental performance, mood, physical endurance and overall well-being. This product also contains a good source of antioxidants and many other good things for you and general woman's health.
Conclusion: i suggest it to you and I am sure it will help you and it is good for you.
I don't know what you're trying to accomplish, but I wouldn't recommend it. Panax ginseng, if there's any really in it -- most supplements claiming to have ginseng in them don't -- is generally used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for men. It's considered too yang for women. You would only want to take it if you were suffering from an overly yin condition. The minerals calcium and magnesium are not in their absorbable forms, and the vitamin E isn't in its absorbable form -- it's just D alpha, not the recommended E complex. The only reason to take uva ursi or cranberry is if you have a bladder condition or have had repeated infections. Taking them regularly can dilute their effectiveness when you really need them. This is especially true with uva ursi, which prevents bacteria from finding a nice home in your urinary tract. Cranberry also does this, but if it's a good supplement, which I doubt, cranberry also has useful nutritional properties. There are many good women's vitamins out there; this isn't one of them. I'd look into New Chapter and Mega Foods and Rainbow Light, if cost isn't a factor for you. Just personal preference and feedback from customers. For less expensive alternatives, there are many good companies out there on the shelves of your best local health food store.
I have been using Lavada for months now, and I love it. I have tried many different products throughout my life, and this one really does work. I have not had a UTI since taking Lavada, and I have even notice that I'm more fresh down there, even after the gym..
I would recommend taking a look at their website, and seeing if it's right for you.
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