No offence blokes but many of you and your mates are famous for paying more attention to your favourite sports team, cars and work than to the early warning signs of health problems. So, do you need a boost?
A biggy is indigestion and fatigue. A pharmaceutical is often the first prescription, but sadly the side effect does not deal to the underlying problem of food choices, alcohol consumption, lowered hydrochloric Acid level, inflammation and even bacterial overgrowths.
Combining the most important herbs, supplements and specific probiotics for men will:
- Reduce feelings of stress
- Reduce symptoms of gas, indigestion, reflux and constipation
- Restore healthy gut flora (the good bugs)
- Encourage healthy hormonal balance
- Promote healthy libido and circulation
- Improve immune function
Ginseng – A traditional rejuvenation tonic for the nervous system, sexual health, immune function, and stress hormone balance
Tribulus – Traditionally used in Chinese medicine and Ayurveda, to support healthy sperm production and energy
Saw Palmetto – A nourishing herb for the endocrine system, reproductive function, including prostate health
St Johns Wort – For anxiety, depression, lacking in confidence
Valerian or Kava – Can significantly reduce anxiety and irritability while creating calm thinking and the quality of sleep
Cinnamon or Gymnema – Can moderate blood sugar levels
Gentiana and Wormwood – promote gastric juices in the stomach and bile secretion from the liver.
Milk Thistle – To aid detoxification pathways in the liver
We will also consider your thyroid function – even if your tests may have be in the normal range, we can offer support where your total picture indicates there may be a sluggish thyroid and adrenal function.
So give your internal engine a tune up and see how much that will improve your performance
Our naturopath Bridget can blend the herbs you specifically need in one bottle. Along with specific nutrients you will get the boost you need while you improve your overall health.
So guys, don’t delay! Your future wellbeing is important.