Endocrine Support Herbal Tincture

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Endocrine Support - Herbal Tincture

2 fluid Oz (60ml) herbal tincture

Used to Balance Hormones and Energy

Herbs included in Endocrine Support:

Licorice root, Sarsaparilla, Abuta, Bee pollen, Bladderwrack, Chaste tree, Chuchuhusasi, Gingko, Ginseng, Suma Wild yam.

Helpful Information about the Herbs in Endocrine Support

Licorice root

Licorice root is used to soothe stomach problems. It can speed the repair of the stomach lining and restore balance. It can suppress the toxic bacteria H.Pylori and can prevent it from growing in the gut. Licorice is also recommended to treat respiratory problems. Over time, stress can leave the adrenal gland exhausted by constantly producing adrenaline and cortisol. Licorice supplements can give the adrenal gland some relief. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding or with hypertension are advised to avoid licorice in all forms.


The benefits of sarsaparilla root include being a potent anti-inflammatory. It also works as a powerful anti-bacterial and has protective effects on the liver. Sarsparilla can also assist the body to benefit from other herbs.

Bee pollen

Bee pollen contains many vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, making it incredibly healthy. Studies have linked bee pollen and its compounds to health benefits such as decreased inflammation, as well as improved immunity, wound healing, and relief of menopausal symptoms.


Can be used for obesity, arthritis, joint pain, “hardening of the arteries” (arteriosclerosis), digestive disorders, heartburn, “blood cleansing,” constipation, bronchitis, emphysema, urinary tract disorders, and anxiety. Other uses include boosting the immune system and increasing energy.

Chaste tree

A dried extract of the fruit of the chaste tree could help women who suffer from PMS find relief from symptoms such as irritability, mood swings, anger, headache, and breast fullness, according to German researchers.


Curanderos (healers) in the Amazon use Chuchuhusasi as a general tonic, to speed healing and, when combined with other medicinal plants, for many types of illnesses. Chuchuhuasi is also used as an aphrodisiac and mild stimulant.


Gingko can assist with heart health. It can also reduce injury due to free radicals. It may help with respiratory health. It may also assist with brain health, although it can take at least six weeks before noticeable improvements occur”. Another benefit can be the relief of PMS symptoms. Ginkgo biloba can help with eye health, as well.


In Chinese medicine, it is used as a tonic for the whole body system in times of weakness, fatigue, and stress.


It is also an immune booster, a feel-good herb, producing endorphins in the brain (happy brain chemicals). It can also be a sexual tonic and aphrodisiac, and it can improve erectile function, increase testosterone and improve sperm count. For women, it regulates the menstrual cycle and improves libido.


Ginseng is known to lower blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetes, can be helpful in enhancing and restoring memory, and improving the efficiency of mental and physical processing speed. It can also lift depression, regulate and normalize the nervous system. It can aid in recovery from drug or alcohol abuse.

Suma Wild yam


Wild Yam root can support women in the health of their reproductive systems. Wild Yam is often prescribed by herbalists to relieve menstrual cramps and chronic pelvic pain.

It is thought to aid in menopausal symptoms

Some herbalists believe that Wild Yam boosts digestion, improving the function of the gallbladder and the liver.

Another use of Wild Yam is as an aid to reduce the painful inflammation in the joints brought on by rheumatoid arthritis.



*These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.