Female Blessing + Plus
Female Blessing + Plus
Women have been battling the symptoms of menopause since time immemorial. Consequently, there are many natural herbal remedies that have been shown from early Persian times to help and assist women
According to Ancient Persian Tradition and modern research, this formula may assist in supporting all systems that help to maintain a balanced female energy (hormonal system), hair, nail, skin, and skeletal health.
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Barberries (berveris vulgaris)
Organic Chaste Tree Berries
Organic Angelica Root Powder
Organic Dunaliella Salina (Red Marine Algae)
FSS Bioferment Adv. Collagen
Organic Shiitake Mushroom
Organic Maitake Mushroom
Organic Reishi Mushroom
Organic Lion's Mane Mushroom
Organic Dandelion Leaf
Organic Black Cumin
Organic Valerian (root)
Organic Anise Powder
Organic Enzyme Blend
Vegan Mineral Complex
Please consult your physician before use.
The origin of herbal medicine predates the development of agriculture and cultivation in Iran, yet some believe that the ancient Persians were the first to document the properties of herbs and to use plants to cure diseases.
The Persians, who lived in an empire stretching from the Indus Valley in the east to the Aegean Sea in the west with considerable variation in climate and vegetation, became familiar with a vast range of medicinal plants.
The Avesta mentions several medicinal herbs including basil, chicory, sweet violet, and peppermint, while Bundahishn cites the names of thirty sacred medicinal plants.
Avestan texts list not only the various parts of plants such as roots, stems, scales, leaves, fruit and seeds used for treatment but also indicate which plant is the remedy for each disease.
Many modern-day Iranian herbalists use reference books inherited from generations past, and still prescribe plants as treatment for good health and balance.
Ancient Persian physicians believed that good health is the result of the 'right' measure of the elements of humor, and that sickness is the product of their excess or deficiency.
Therefore, the medicine of the body consists of keeping the body in good health and re-establishing balance, which is exactly the goal of Female Blessings + Plus. This ancient knowledge used in conjunction with modern learning and information, create the complimentary supplementation woman need today. Maintaining female health is more essential than ever, at a time in history when we face epidemic numbers of people with obesity, diabetes, arthritis and cardiovascular disease, and many people have started to question the role our modern diet plays on our health. There is no doubt that, our basic diet has changed too rapidly and is too far removed from that of our ancient ancestors and this is the cause of many of our modern-day nutrition/metabolism/health problems. Today we eat highly processed food, and not enough fruits and vegetables; our dietary fiber intake is a major concern. It has been only recently (in relative terms) that the amount of fiber in our diets has decreased so rapidly. However, metabolic and physiological changes to accommodate this change in the diet will take much longer. So, constipation, and perhaps heart disease and some cancers, may become major problems because our bodies can’t change as fast as our diets.
Many of the leading threats to women's health can be prevented — if you know how.
Women's Health Threats
Consider this top seven list of women's health threats, then get serious about reducing your risks.
No. 1: Heart disease
Heart disease isn’t just a man's disease — it's also a major women's health threat. Take charge of heart health by making healthier lifestyle choices. For example:
Don't smoke. If you smoke or use other tobacco products, ask your doctor to help you quit. It's also important to avoid exposure to secondhand smoke.
Eat a healthy diet. Choose vegetables, fruits, whole grains, high-fiber foods and lean sources of protein, such as fish. Limit foods high in saturated fat and sodium.
Manage chronic conditions. If you have high cholesterol or high blood pressure, follow your health professional’s treatment recommendations. If you have diabetes, keep your blood sugar under control.
Include physical activity in your daily routine. Choose exercise, such as sports or other activities you enjoy, from brisk walking to ballroom dancing.
Maintain a healthy weight. Extra pounds increase the risk of heart disease.
Limit alcohol. If you choose to drink alcohol, do so only in moderation. Too much alcohol can raise your blood pressure.
Manage stress. If you feel constantly on edge or under assault, your lifestyle habits may suffer. Take steps to reduce stress — or learn to deal with stress in healthy ways.
No. 2: Cancer
Various types of cancer are of particular concern to women, including breast cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer and colorectal cancer. To reduce the risk of cancer, consider these general tips:
Don't smoke. Using any type of tobacco puts you on a collision course with cancer. Avoiding exposure to secondhand smoke counts, too.
Maintain a healthy weight. Losing excess pounds — and keeping them off — may lower the risk of various types of cancer.
Get moving. In addition to helping you control your weight, physical activity on its own may lower the risk of certain types of cancer.
Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. Although making healthy selections at the grocery store and at mealtime can't guarantee cancer prevention, it may help reduce your risk.
Protect yourself from the sun. Vitamin D is essential to the body, but common sense must prevail, in protecting yourself from over-exposure.
Limit alcohol. If you choose to drink alcohol, do so only in moderation. The risk of various types of cancer — including cancer of the breast, colon, lung, kidney and liver — increases with the amount of alcohol you drink and the length of time you've been drinking regularly.
Breast-feed, if you can. Breast-feeding may help reduce the risk of breast cancer.
No. 3: Stroke
You can't control some stroke risk factors, such as family history, age and race. But you can control other contributing factors. For example:
Manage chronic conditions. If you have high cholesterol or high blood pressure, follow your health professional's treatment recommendations. If you have diabetes, keep your blood sugar under control.
Don't smoke. If you smoke or use other tobacco products, ask your doctor to help you quit.
Make healthy lifestyle choices. Eat a healthy diet, being especially careful to limit foods high in saturated fat and cholesterol.
Include physical activity in your daily routine. If you're overweight, lose excess pounds.
Limit alcohol. If you choose to drink alcohol, do so only in moderation — for women, no more than one drink a day.
No. 4: Chronic lower respiratory diseases
Chronic lung conditions — which include bronchitis and emphysema — also are a concern for women. To protect your respiratory health:
Don't smoke. If you smoke, ask your doctor to help you quit. Also avoid exposure to secondhand smoke.
Steer clear of pollutants. Minimize exposure to chemicals and outdoor air pollution.
Prevent respiratory infections. Wash your hands often.
No. 5: Alzheimer's disease
There's no proven way to prevent Alzheimer's disease, but consider taking these steps:
Manage chronic conditions. Conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, stroke and diabetes may increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's.
Don't smoke. Some research suggests a link between smoking and Alzheimer's.
Include physical activity in your daily routine. Any movement counts.
Maintain social and mental fitness. Stay socially active. Practice mental exercises. Take steps to learn new things.
No. 6: Accidents
Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of fatal accidents among women. To stay safe on the road, use common sense. Wear your seat belt. Follow the speed limit. Don't drive under the influence of alcohol or any other substances, and don't drive while sleepy.
No. 7: Type 2 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes — the most common type of diabetes — affects the way your body uses blood sugar (glucose). Poorly controlled diabetes can lead to heart disease, eye problems, nerve damage and other complications. To prevent type 2 diabetes, get serious about your lifestyle choices. Eat a healthy diet. Include physical activity in your daily routine. If you're overweight, lose excess pounds.
Another area of concern for women is Balancing Hormones.
Hormones are the chemical messengers in the body that travel the bloodstream to the organs and tissues. They slowly work and affect many of the body's processes over time. Endocrine glands, which are special groups of cells, make hormones.
There are many endocrine glands in the body with the main ones being the pituitary gland, thyroid, thymus, adrenal glands, and the pancreas. Hormones are dominant and it only requires a small amount of them to cause significant changes throughout the body. Both men and women produce hormones in the same areas with one exception, the sexual organs. Additional male hormones are produced in the testes while women's are produced in the ovaries.
If hormone imbalance is left untreated it can result in serious medical conditions like diabetes. If the imbalance is taking place in the pituitary glands, growth disorders are possible and will require treatment of a growth hormone. It is possible that the imbalance could also cause an overproduction of growth hormones and cause medical conditions such as gigantism and acromegaly. There are approximately 6,000 endocrine disorders that result because of hormone imbalance. An imbalance of hormones is experienced at different times during life. As the body changes from childhood to adulthood, puberty is experienced by both males and females. Women will then again experience a change later in life after their childbearing years have been passed. Hormonal imbalance is defined as chemical messengers which regulate our body's systems and that are no longer functioning properly. This dysfunction can be an overproduction or an underproduction of specific hormones. The primary hormone that causes these changes is estrogen.
Hormone imbalance symptoms and their associated disorders.
Some of these symptoms are depression, extreme fatigue and weariness, allergies, endometriosis, hair loss and probably facial hair growth, PMS PMS symptoms, osteoporosis and so on, and unfortunately, if the symptoms are ignored in the initial stages, then they can grow worse as time goes by.
The symptoms of hormone imbalance may be caused by a multitude of reasons, but the basic reason is that there is an incorrect relationship between progesterone and estrogen levels in the woman’s body.
These are the two hormones that must co-exist peacefully in a perfect balance, and any variations and changes in this perfect balance will start to have a dramatic effect on the woman’s health, thereby causing the onset of the above mentioned symptoms.
Please remember; the amount of these hormones produced in a woman’s body can vary from one month to the next, because they are dependent on factors such as stress, nutrition or lack of it, exercise or lack of it, and ovulation, or lack of it.
When there is no ovulation, the production of progesterone from the ovaries does not happen, and as a direct result, the healthy accepted levels of progesterone start to decline.
Taking the Pill, a contraceptive and birth control medication, introduced during the 1960s. The Pill was made out of synthetic estrogen, and although it was declared as safe by the FDA, the fact that several women were dying was not taken into account. In addition to several other symptoms, the Pill caused lower progesterone levels, causing hormone imbalance in these unfortunate women.
Additional causes of hormone imbalance:
Using hormone replacement therapy or HRT as it is commonly known. The HRT is a combination of synthetic progestins and progestogens, as well as estrogen, and usage of these pills cause a hormonal imbalance in women.
Too much stress.
Environmental reasons, including pollution, poisons.
Above-average consumption of non-organic and also animal products that have excessive amounts of estrogen.
Menopause is a natural part of aging. Starting in a woman's mid-thirties to mid-forties, the hormone production in the ovaries begins to fluctuate. This can cause unpleasant symptoms that last for up to ten years, such as:
Soreness in muscles
Low sexual desire
Ancient wisdom and practices played a large role in avoiding such health problems, allowing women to remain healthy and balanced. So, combining the knowledge of the ancients with modern research, allows such balance to be fully realized. Remaining aware and vigilant, reducing your risks, and committing to good health practices, can only be enhanced with the addition Female Blessings + Plus, which will supplement and help protect your healthy lifestyle. It will take a commitment by you on many levels, so read here about the ingredients, and the health benefits Female Blessings + Plus can bring to you.
Once again, it is all about balance, experiencing health on all levels. The information shared here allows you to realize the benefits Mother Nature has provided to us. For centuries, Persian Medicine has understood the need for a healthy Mind – Body – Spirit, and how to best incorporate the gifts of nature to achieve ultimate balance and health. Avicenna recognized these properties, introducing them in Ancient Persia. And his teachings carried onto Europe, and the way they treated disease and illness. Female Blessings + Plus represents the culmination of this ancient wisdom, a proprietary blend of everything we need to reach our goal for a healthy Mind – Body – Spirit. Join us, and allow the ancient wisdom of Avicenna, “The Father of Medicine”, help guide the restoring and maintaining your health. Allow Female Blessings + Plus to help bring you the balance you seek.