has been audited by an NNFA (National Nutritional Food Association)
Certified Auditor and awarded a NNFA GMP Certification with an "A"
compliance, the program's highest rating.
Saw Palmetto Berry: Saw Palmetto is a small palm tree with large leaves and large deep red-black berries. Saw Palmetto berries contain an oil with a variety of physosterols. Studies have shown Saw Palmetto to successfully reverse atrophy of the mammary gland.
Fennel Seed: Fennel has long been praised for its abundance of flavonoids. These compounds exert mild estrogenic effects and are completely harmless and non-toxic.
Zinc: Zinc is an essential mineral meaning that it is not produced by the normal functions of the human body and must be obtained through diet or through supplementation. Typical American diets consisting of overly processed foods are usually deficient in zinc. Zinc has been called the “healing” mineral. It has been found that it supports the healing process. Biochemically, Zinc is involved in DNA biosynthesis and is thought to be the activator of collagen synthetase, an enzyme which is necessary for collagen biosynthesis and hence, tissue repair. Zinc is extremely important to the proper functioning of hormone producing glands and to the proper growth and maturation of the reproductive system.
Mexican Wild Yam Root: Commonly used as a treatment for osteoporosis, Mexican Wild Yam is a excellent source of Beta-Carotene and diosgenin, which are powerful Phytochemicals aiding in optimal breast development.
Raw Mammary Glandular: Glandular supplements have been used in
medicine for thousands of years. A gland is defined as any organ that
secretes substances into the bloodstream. The main concept behind
glandular therapy is that the ingestion of glandular tissue (usually
bovine in origin) provides the hormones, enzymes and other biologically
active substances that are normally secreted by the corresponding gland
in the human body. In other words, “like matches like” and
supplementation of adrenal gland, for example, will help support the
function of the adrenal glands in the body. While ancient glandular
therapy usually involves the used of fresh, whole glands, modern
glandular therapy typically uses concentrated extracts of the glands.