Women’s Ovarian Support Formula
At least 10 to 15% of women of childbearing age have hormonal issues such as menstrual irregularity, acne, excess body hair, and infertility. Often overweight, these women lose sensitivity to insulin from eating too many carbs, putting them at risk of blood sugar imbalances. All of these factors can add up and cause women significant emotional distress. Picosa is an all-natural, nutritional supplement designed to support women’s ovarian health, comfort and hormone balance.
Picosa contains inositol, a natural vitamin-like substance that is abundant in our brain tissue. When taken as a supplement, it supports a calm mood, relaxation and healthy response to insulin. A 2017 study by Italian gynecologists found that after supplementing inositol for 6 months, approximately 50% of women lost weight, became more sensitive to insulin and improved their menstrual cycle.1 Ashwagandha supports ovarian health and balanced hormone levels (already in the normal ranges).2 A double blind, placebo-controlled study of 52 human adults also found that ashwagandha extract reduced food cravings, stress eating and body weight.3 Turmeric is well-known for inhibiting inflammation, which afflicts many overweight women, and experiments on animals suggest it may also support ovarian health.4 Picosa also contains coral calcium for nutrition and mood support,5 plus black pepper extract which targets insulin pathways and helps to improve the absorption of the turmeric extract.6,7
Each bottle of Picosa contains 30 tablets.
How to Use It
As a dietary supplement, take one (1) tablet daily.
For best results, take Picosa along with a long-term regimen of healthy diet and moderate exercise.
Inositol – 500mg
Calcium carbonate (from coral) – 120mg
Ashwagandha (withania somnifera) extract – 75mg
Turmeric (curcuma longa) extract, 95% curcuminoids – 25mg
Black pepper extract, 95% piperine – 5mg
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