Diindolylmethane (DIM) + Indole 3 Carbinol (I3C) are compounds found in the cruciferous vegetable family which includes broccoli, kale, brussels sprouts and many more. This power-duo has been known to help encourage healthy estrogen metabolism and resolve estrogen dominance. Healthy estrogen levels may significantly reduce the risk of fibroids, ovarian cysts, breast cancer, endometriosis, PCOS, infertility and other reproductive health issues.
Flaxseed comes from the flax plant, linum usitatissimum and is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids. Supports ovulation regularity and progesterone production for optimum hormonal balance during your monthly cycle while helping the body find continuous stability.
Vitamin C, B6, B12, D3, Iron, Magnesium and Zinc pack a powerful punch as the supporting squad to DIM, I3C and Flaxseed. While Vitamin D3, B12 and B6 work together to boost your mood and energy, Magnesium assists with alleviating those unwanted cramps while Zinc and Vitamin C both help with immune boosting and absorption. And, well, heavy periods can result in anemia, so we've thrown in the trusty but never dusty Iron to ensure optimal health.
Marie McQuitta had tried it all. The patch. Multiple brands of birth control pills. An IUD. The NuvaRing. No matter what birth control methods her doctor prescribed to ease her flow, they did nothing to alleviate her fibroids or the heavy cycles that came with them.
"My cycle used to destroy my world." Christini Briggs was feeling like she was living in a nightmare whenever that time of month rolled around.
Most quick reliefs for period pains, period induced mood-swings, hormonal acne, heavy-bleeding and other manifestations of PMS symptoms serve as band-aids. Both period-related medications and birth control can get a quick interior design job done but they don’t have the capacity to rearrange your insides for long-term comfort and freedom.
Our mission is to empower you to become your own healthcare advocate and the CEO of your menstrual + reproductive health. Many women have accepted that periods are painful. In-fact, many of us have normalized said pain because it’s romanticized as “normal”. The truth is, the excessive bleeding and deep, discomforting cramps that destabilize are not supposed to be normal. We champion our differences, and understand, we are all different. Period.