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L – Arginine

L-arginine is an amino acid that helps the body build protein. Your body usually makes all the L-arginine it needs. L-arginine is also found in most protein-rich foods, including fish, red meat, poultry, soy, whole grains, beans and dairy products. As a supplement, L-arginine can be used orally and topically.


Milkthistle Extract

Milk thistle extract has a high amount of silymarin (between 65–80%) that has been concentrated from the milk thistle plant. The silymarin extracted from milk thistle is known to have antioxidant, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties


Prickly Ash Extract

Southern prickly ash is a plant. The bark and berry are used to make medicine. Southern prickly ash is used for menstrual cramps, blood circulation problems in the legs (intermittent claudication) and in the fingers (Raynaud's syndrome), ongoing joint pain, toothache, sores, and ulcers.


Pueraria Mirifica Extract

Pueraria mirifica is an herb that's been used for more than 100 years in Thai folk medicine as a youth-enhancing, rejuvenating supplement. It contains phytoestrogens, substances that have estrogen-like effects, and has been researched as a therapy for menopause, cardiovascular disease, and bone health


Redclover extract

Red clover supplements have been promoted for menopause symptoms and osteoporosis. Historically, red clover was used for asthma, whooping cough, cancer, and gout. Today, extracts from red clover are most often promoted for menopause symptoms, high cholesterol levels, or osteoporosis.


Saw Palmetto extract

Saw palmetto extract is an extract of the fruit of the saw palmetto. It is marketed as a treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia, but there is no clinical evidence that it is effective for this purpose.


Wild Yam Extract

Wild yam is a plant. It contains a chemical, diosgenin, which can be made in the laboratory into various steroids, such as estrogen and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). The root and the bulb of the plant are used as a source of diosgenin, which is prepared as an “extract” that contains concentrated diosgenin.


Willow Bark Extract

Derived from the bark of the willow tree, Willow Bark Extract has been used for centuries to soothe irritated skin. Containing salicin—from which salicylic acid is derived—this versatile ingredient is both anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, clearing pores and alleviating acne and irritation.


Witch hazel extract

Witch-hazels or witch hazels are a genus of flowering plants in the family Hamamelidaceae, with three species in North America, and one each in Japan and China. The North American species are occasionally called winterbloom.


Yellow Maca extract

Yellow maca, thin leaves that curl at the edges, lending the name curly dock. The plant produces multiple clusters of three-winged flowers. It has seeds that are initially green in summer, transitioning to deep red as they mature. The root of yellow dock is bright yellow below the bark, and is harvested in late summer once the seeds have begun to turn red. These thick, fleshy roots have been employed in traditional herbal practices for their wellness-supporting properties. Rumex crispus can be decocted as a tea, crafted into a syrup, extracted, or infused into oil for topical applications.