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Saw Palmetto Gummy Hearts


Saw Palmetto berries contain a mixture of over 100 compounds that are highly beneficial to the human body, providing a host of benefits that contribute to overall well-being. These beneficial components include fatty acids such as caprylic, lauric, and caproic acids, as well as sterols, including beta-sitosterol, cycloartenol, lupeol, stigmasterol, and methylcycloartenol.


Saw Palmetto has been shown to have a hormone-balancing effect on women and when taken regularly, can provide a myriad of benefits for many vital system functions within a woman’s body. It has been known to support bodily systems such as the reproductive system, urinary tract, skin, and plays a vital role in wanted and unwanted hair growth.


Potential Health Benefits:


Hormone regulation


Testosterone is a vital hormone for women, and one that tends to decrease as we age. Testosterone levels are directly related to bone health, blood cells, libido, and reproductive hormones in women. Elevated testosterone levels can have adverse effects including frontal balding, acne, increased muscle mass, and deepening of voice. High levels of testosterone can also lead to infertility and are commonly seen in polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Inadvertently, decreased testosterone levels in women can lead to vaginal dryness, hot flashes and night sweats, fatigue and low energy levels, thinning hair, muscle weakness, weight gain, irregular menstrual cycles, dry skin, mood changes and difficulty concentrating. Saw Palmetto works to balance testosterone levels in a woman’s body therefore lending to regulated hormonal and overall systemic functioning.


Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is a strong form of testosterone that is a vital hormone and sex steroid aiding in hair composition, sebum, and urinary health. Saw palmetto works to stabilize testosterone in females and block the conversion of testosterone into DHT. Elevated levels of DHT can lead to increased body hair and acne and affect menstrual cycles in women.


Another important female hormone that plays a vital role in reproductive health is Androgen. Women with elevated levels of Androgen hormone can develop cysts on the ovaries, a health condition called Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). PCOS symptoms include irregular periods, infertility, acne, and weight gain, as well as excess hair growth on t