The Lasting Trauma of Infertility

The Lasting Trauma of Infertility

by GT Collaborator October 24, 2019

Even when it ends with a healthy baby, a long struggle to conceive may exact a brutal toll. I recently came across a quotation by Vincent van Gogh, and it triggered something in me. “There may be a great fire in our soul, but no one ever comes to warm himself by it, all that passers-by can see is a little smoke,” van Gogh wrote, in an 1880 letter to his brother, Theo. The line haunted me for days; I was struck by this concept of the fire within. How many people do we pass every single day who are carrying around raging fires...

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What is the Difference Between Fallopian Tube Formula I & II?

What is the Difference Between Fallopian Tube Formula I & II?

by Jodi Shabazz February 18, 2019

FAQ: Are Fallopian Tube Formula I and II the same? Is Fallopian Tube Formula II the "new improved" version of FTF I? What is the difference?

Fallopian Tube Formula I and II are completely different herbal blends. FTF I consists of herbs xi xian cao and yi mu cao (siegesbeckia and leonurus, or motherwort). FTF II consists of herbs cinnamon, poria, astragalus root, and dong quai.

FTF II is NOT the new improved version of FTF I. It is a completely different and complementary herbal blend. These two herbal blends are very similar in functionality.

 

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How to Achieve the Best Results with DIM

by Jodi Shabazz February 05, 2019

DIM (Diindolyl-Methane) is a powerful compound, and there are a ton of reasons to take it as a supplement: Menopause relief, correcting estrogen dominance, chronic acne reduction, weight loss. The list goes on.

Unfortunately, there are also a few ways that taking DIM can fall short of being everything that it should.

DIM is one of our most popular products, so we get to hear so many success stories. We also see how people fail to get optimal results.

We don't like that much, so we've compiled a quick list of things you should know about DIM to get the full benefit.

1. DIM Promotes The Body's Natural Metabolism Of Hormone Excesses

It's true that DIM eliminates excess estrogen (especially the excesses that come from estrogen mimicking chemicals that we absorb). 

But how this happens is important to know. DIM works to bring estrogen levels back into balance by promoting our bodies' own natural metabolism of these excesses.

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What Is Endometriosis?

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018

What is endometriosis?
Small patches of uterine lining tissue (called endometrium) migrate to and implant themselves in other parts of the pelvic areas such as the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterine muscles, colon, bladder and sides of the pelvic cavity. These endometrial implants contain brown blood debris and upon rupturing, they spill into the pelvic cavity creating irritation and inflammation. During menstruation, these endometriomas swell with blood and bleed, after which scar tissue forms in the injured location leading to a buildup of dense tissue adhesions. The pain and inflammation can be debilitating.

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