Ptychopetalum olacoides (Muira puama) – one of the longest known medicinal plants in Amazonia, used for its effects on fertility and as a powerful natural aphrodisiac. Muira puama is a powerful antidepressant which reduces stress and restores mental well-being.
Camellia sinensis (Green Tea Extract) – natural bioactive substances phenols and polyphenols, such as catechins, tannins, flavonoids and theaflavins, are what makes this extract so special. The extract used in PinkFertil Plus contains 95% polyphenols, min 70% catechins, min 45% EGCG, max 7% caffeine. Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG) is the most effective catechin present in green tea in high concentration and it is the main source of its health benefits. It has strong antioxidant properties, contributes to reducing the effects of oxidative stress, supports immunity, learning performance and memory.
Manganese – supports the production of thyroid hormones and is important for the proper functioning of the menstrual cycle.
Rhodiola rosea (Rhodiola) – is considered a powerful adaptogen. Due to its effects on the central nervous system, it has traditionally been used in the treatment of depression, anxiety, as a psychostimulant, an aphrodisiac. Some studies show that the substances of the Rhodiola improve memory and cognitive functions, they have neuroprotective effects. It reduces the risk of hormonal changes associated with prolonged stress and stimulates the natural hormonal balance. (6) PinkFertil Plus contains high quality Rhodiola rosea (Rhodiola) in a high concentration of 4:1.
Angelica sinensis (Dong Quai) – is one of the most important plants of traditional Chinese medicine. It was used already in the 6th century BC especially in China and Japan, particularly in the treatment of women’s diseases, and therefore also called “ginseng for women”. The root extract is used for irregular, insufficient or, on the contrary, too heavy menstruation. It contributes to the balance of female hormones, affects the size of the breasts (promotes healthy production of progesterone, which is another important factor in the healthy development of the breasts), supports the activity of endocrine glands.
Turnera diffusa (Damiana) – the leaves of Damiana were found to contain extremely beneficial substances, many essential oils, phenolic glycosides and terpenes. The herb originates from Central America, where it has long been known as a libido stimulant, helping with male and female infertility, frigidity, impotence, prostate problems and menopausal problems. It has also been shown to treat the urinary tract, bronchial diseases, stimulate digestion and induce hormonal balance. It is important in endogenous depression, apathy and loss of good mood (10)
Calendula officinalis (Pot Marigold) – has been popular in folk medicine since the 12th century. In addition to its antiseptic effects, it is associated with antispasmodic effects, which can be seen in the release of spasmodic muscle contractions, thereby relieving severe menstruation and menstrual pain.
Vitex Agnus-Castus Extract (Vitex) – one of the oldest known herbs used to treat infertility. It contains progesterone-like compounds that stimulate ovulation (egg release). The extract helps regulate menstrual cycle. It helps balance hormone levels and reduces moodiness, anxiety and insomnia. It helps reduce acne and has antibacterial properties. (1)
Dioscorea villosa (Wild yam) – a plant native to Mexico, valued for its beneficial substances, especially for its diosgenin content, which helps to maintain hormonal balance in the female body.
Inositol – often called vitamin B8, is commonly found in the cell membranes of our body, especially in the brain and central nervous system. It improves ovarian function and has a significant effect on the quality of ova and embryos. (2)
N-Acetyl L-Cysteine – a powerful antioxidant that helps remove toxins from the body, accelerates regenerative processes in the body, alleviates cell damage and helps slow down the aging process. It has a beneficial effect on ovarian function, promotes ovulation and reduces the risk of miscarriage. (5)
Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid) – an antioxidant, it boosts the immune system and energy metabolism.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) – these vitamins help boost energy levels and influence important enzymes that affect muscles, nerves and the heart. They are involved in the production of nucleic acids and boost cell formation and fertility.
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) – has a beneficial effect on protein metabolism. It is involved in cell replication and haematopoiesis, and supports normal function of the nervous and the immune system.
Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) – supports the growth of germinal tissues during pregnancy and reduces the risk of congenital malformations of the fetus, miscarriage or premature placental abruption. It helps reduce fatigue and exhaustion and supports mental well-being
Vitamin E (Tocopheryl Acetate) – fat-soluble antioxidant that helps to improve overall health. It is involved in the protection of cells against free radicals. It supports cell replication, muscle development and overall tissue formation. Vitamin E deficiency may result in damage to reproductive tissues.
Vitamin B7 (Biotin) – supports the activity of the gonads and boosts the immune system.
Magnesium – yet another mineral that helps beat fatigue and exhaustion. It is also important for the proper function of the muscular system and metabolism.
Copper – has an important role in the elimination of free radicals and helps prevent cell damage. It increases iron absorption, haemoglobin synthesis and red blood cell formation, and strengthens immunity.
Iron – deficiency may cause insufficient oxygen supply at the tissue level and thus the lack of energy. Fatigue is often associated with overall weakness and irritability. Iron is especially important during period, during pregnancy and after giving birth.