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Femina

Herbal Formula for the PMS

Femina is a blend of African herbs traditionally used to:  

 

  

Background to the remedy:
An inspired blend of African medicinal plants, Femina is used for the relief of dysmenorrhoea, tension and heavy periods (menorrhagia). Femina treats the symptoms which present themselves during menstruation namely irritability, pain, moodiness and depression. Femina regulates the menstrual cycle and minimizes the discomfort caused by PMS. With continued use, endometriosis may be treated. Femina greatly increases fertility. It is therefore recommended that patients, who do not wish to fall pregnant, take the necessary precautions. Femina's remarkable efficacy for period pain and tension is generally felt within the first week. Femina is a convenient and natural way to treat period problems. Femina reduces swollen and bloated areas in the body.

Added benefits:
1) Assists the liver and digestive system
2) Combats osteoporosis.
Momordica balsamina L is also used to strengthen bone mass, nails & hair
3) Increases fertility, energy and stamina
4) Rich in natural vitamins and minerals

Is it toxic?
There are no signs of toxicity with this remedy.


Preparation:
Each capsule contains 100 mg H. irritants, 200 mg Momordica balsamina L., 50 mg African herbal mix, 40 mg enzymes, and 7 mg Magnesium Stearate. Femina is free from artificial preservatives, chemicals, colorants, sugar and alcohol.

Dosage:
2 to 3 capsules daily, ½ hour before meals with a full glass of cold water. Femina should not be taken during the menstrual cycle. Patients suffering from low blood pressure should only take one capsule daily.

Recommendation:
Anecdotal data refers to Femina as being effective for fibrosis, reducing swollen and/or bloated areas and increasing the blood’s iron content. Femina is highly recommended for elderly woman and blood donors. For best results use Femina and Impi together. Pharmacists and health workers have observed that the combination of Impi and Femnia is more effective for women suffering from the mentioned indications.

Contra indications:
To be taken with caution if suffering from low blood pressure. Patients with a hypersensitivity to any of the plant species or ingredients. Not to be taken during pregnancy.

Pharmacological classification: A 34. Other
Pharmacological action: African herbal medicine.
Indications: It is traditionally used in the support of alleviating PMS, increasing fertility, relief of period pain, alleviating endometriosis.
Warnings: None.
Known symptoms of overdosage and particulars of its treatment: None, treatment is symptomatic.
Identification: Size 0, clear gelatine capsule, with the greenish coloured powder.
Presentation: Bottles of 60 and 30 capsules.
Storage instructions: Keep in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

Momordica balsamina L. contained in Femina is used to cleanse the body of toxins, assist the digestive system and liver thereby increasing energy and stamina and improving the symptoms of osteoporosis. This plant is rich in natural vitamins and minerals which in their natural form are easily absorbed by the system. One patient asked:" what do you put in Femina that makes me want to wash the walls in the middle of the afternoon?". An elderly patient stated:" ever since I have been on Femina, I can do my shopping without feeling exhausted". Mrs. Bottome, a blood donor was refused her civic duties because of low iron. Two months into Femina, her blood quality had considerably improved and she was accepted back as a blood donor. Her husband states:" she hardly notices her PMS and her moods are all but gone". Jean tried all orthodox methods to fall pregnant, but only achieved her goal after being on Femina for 3 months "Your medication defiantly works ... I had tried artificial insemination on various occasions".



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