Ingredients Traditionally Used to Alleviate
Bayberry Root-Bark (Myrica cerifera)
Beth Root (Trillium edecta)
Black Cohosh Root (Cimicifuga racemosa)
Blue Cohosh Root (Caulophyllum thalictroides)
Blue Flag Root (Iris versicolor)
Cayenne (Capsicum frutescens)
Cramp Bark (Viburnum opulus)
Dong Quai Root (Angelica sinensis)
False Unicorn Root (Chamaelirium luteum)
Shepard's Purse (Capsella bursa pastoris)
Spikenard Root (Aralia racemosa)
Uva Ursi Leaves (Arctostaphylos uva ursi)
Wild Yam Root (Dioscorea villosa)
Angelica Root (Angelica archangelica)
Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale)
Elecampane Root (Inula helenium)
Golden Seal Root (Hydrastis canadensis)
Red Raspberry Leaves (Rubus idaeus)
Saint John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum)
Saw Palmetto Berries (Serenoa serrulata)
Siberian Ginseng Root (Eleutherococcus senticosus)
Squaw Vine (Mitchella repens)
Witch Hazel Bark (Hamamelis virginiana)
(Cysts) Running the old painful movie; nursing hurts; a false growth; unexpressed thoughts; resentment.
(Endometriosis) Insecurity, disappointment and frustration; replacing self-love with sugar; blame; destroying one's femininity; resenting the feminine expression, particularly the idea of powerlessness.
(Female Problems) Denial of the Self; rejecting one's femininity; rejection of the feminine principle; difficulties in understanding the use of the feminine expression; need to create in one's life.
(Fibroid Tumors and Cysts) Nursing a hurt from a partner; a blow to the feminine ego.
(Growths) Nursing those old hurts; building resentments; difficulty in releasing information, habits, or doubts about one's Self.
(Ovaries) Represent points of creation or creativity.
(Ovarian Disorders) Difficulty in the use and power of the feminine expression; misuse of one's receptive expression.
(Ovaritis) Fear, anger or frustration about one's use or misuse of the feminine expression.
(Tumors) Nursing old hurts and shocks; building remorse.
(Tumors, benign) Unproductive, concentrated thoughts.
(Tumors, malignant) Hatred.
(Uterus) Represents the home of creativity.
(Uterine Disorders) Misunderstanding of the receptive quality in creating.
(Cysts) The movies of my mind are beautiful because I choose to make them so. I love myself. My thoughts are as valuable and important as I am.
(Endometriosis) I am both powerful and desirable. It is wonderful to be a woman. I love myself, and I am fulfilled. I am beautiful. I write down ten ways that I am a valuable person. I am good to my Self.
(Female Problems) I rejoice in my femaleness. I love being a woman. I love my body. I learn the value and power of receiving. I practice listening with all my five senses.
(Fibroid Tumors and Cysts) I release the pattern in me that attracted this experience. I create only good in my life.
(Growths) I easily forgive. I love myself, and will reward myself with thoughts of praise. I identify my old ways or patterns. I examine my specific ways of unproductive thinking that I continually dwell upon, and then I change them to productive thoughts and create productivity in my life.
(Ovaries) I am balanced in my creative flow.
(Ovarian Disorders) I practice meditation every day as a method of being receptive to my inner Self.
(Ovaritis) I am willing to change all patterns of criticism. I love and approve of myself. My thinking is peaceful, calm and centered. I respect myself, and begin creating what I want in my life each day without trampling over others.
(Tumors) I lovingly release the past, and turn my attention to this new day. All is well.
(Tumors, benign) I identify my thoughts, and change them to more productive ones.
(Tumors, malignant) I give to others and I love others in order to learn how to love my Self.
(Uterus) I am at home in my body.
(Uterine Disorders) Receptivity is expectant non-action. I practice meditation each day, which is the expectant non-action of listening for the answers to the questions given to my subconscious mind.
Base ingredients consist of natural herbal botanicals that assist in alleviating various ovaries, uterus or womb disorders, including cysts, endometriosis, endometritis, fibroid tumors, ovaritis and uterine spasms.
The specific medical properties, physiological action and therapeutic uses for each of the primary and secondary ingredients in this formula (as described in The Professional's Herbal Formula Handbook No. 50) will be forthcoming.
Adults and Teenagers
15 to 30 drops every 4 hours (acute
15 to 30 drops every 2 hours (chronic conditions), or 15 to 30 drops every hour (terminal conditions), or
as directed by your doctor.
Children (1 to 12 years)
5 to 10 drops every 4 hours (acute
5 to 10 drops every 2 hours (chronic conditions), or
5 to 10 drops every hour (terminal conditions), or
as directed by your doctor.
Children (under 1 year)
3 to 5 drops every 4 hours (acute
3 to 5 drops every 2 hours (chronic conditions), or
3 to 5 drops every hour (terminal conditions), or
as directed by your doctor.
(Note: 15 drops is equivalent to 1/2 dropperful)
The best times to ingest these formulas each day (acute conditions only): (1) Upon awakening, (2) around noon, (3) late afternoon or before the evening meal, and (4) before bedtime.
All of our herbal formulas are consistently manufactured under strict laboratory supervision, using only the freshest and finest ingredients possible. All alcohol employed during the manufacture of the 70 Professional Herbal Formulas has been removed by the laboratory, and natural vegetable glycerin has been added as a preservative. Each of the 1-ounce bottles of the herbal formulas will provide an approximate 12-day supply, while the 2-ounce bottles will usually last 24 days when using the recommended dosage for acute conditions.