Vitelle Women's Energy Tincture 2 fl. oz Sale
Type: Health & Beauty
Vitelle Source 1
Harmonizing Adaptogens for Women
Nourishing blend formulated to energize, harmonize, and support.
A Dynamic Daily Blend for:
Harmony + Balance + Energy
Vitelle Source Is a nourishing blend of trusted and well studied adaptogenic plants formulated by master herbalists for Saluz to energize, harmonize, and support the nutrient requirements of women. It is a powerful combination of plants that support fatigue, physical and emotional stress management, and hormone balance. Vitelle Source includes Shatavari, performance enhancing Chaste Berry + a unique harmonizing botanical blend of Goji Berry, Raspberry leaf, Blessed Thistle, Partridge Berry, and Motherwort. This is the finest collection of adaptogens possible formulated in a potent tincture aimed specifically at supporting women's health needs.
Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus)
Shatavari is a foundational women's herb used in ayurveda for over 2000 years. It is a well studied adaptogen that focuses on supporting physical and emotional stress. It is an antioxidant and inflammatory agent that also supports your immune system. However it is most known for containing precursors to estrogen, supporting libido and fertility. Shatavari means “who possesses a hundred husbands or is acceptable to many”. Shatavari also has ergogenic or performance enhancing properties as well
- Precursor to estrogen
- Stress and Anxiety
- Hormonal Harmony
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Chaste Berry (Vitex Agnus-Castus)
Chaste Berry Is one of the world's most trusted adaptogens focusing specifically on women's reproductive health and premenstrual symptoms. By reducing the hormone prolactin the body seeks harmony in estrogen and progesterone, thereby reducing PMS symptoms. Studies indicate a
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Goji berry (Lycium barbarum)
A highly nutritious and very potent berry packed with vitamin A, C, carotenoids, polysaccharides, flavonoids, phenolics and minerals. Good for the circulation, adaptogenic, a highly nutritive tonic. Studies indicate that the antioxidant effects are very pronounced in muscle cells after exercise and exhibit a wide range of a positive impacts on vision
- Neurological function
- Immune boosting anti tumor
- Blood Sugar regulation
- Heart Health/Cholesterol
- Human Performance
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Raspberry Leaf (Rubus idaeus)
Raspberry Leaf is generally considered a women's herb and is a noted and well used remedy for PMS cramps and is often used during pregnancy and labor in a tea form. The leaf's of berry trees when tinctured properly provide a potent source of plant bioactives: phenolic acids and esters, flavonols, anthocyanins, and procyanidins. The leaves are also one of the richest sources of chlorogenic acid. In various studies, these secondary metabolites have demonstrated antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, cardioprotective, and neuroprotective properties. Naturally high in iron, Raspberry leaf contains fragarine, a plant compound that supports tightening of pelvic area muscles.
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Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus)
The flowers stems and leaves are used to increase prolactin levels which benefits breast milk production. Also present is cnicin, which is a digestive aid. This benefit is thought to occur because of increase in saliva and gastric acid, therefore also relieving constipation and stomach pain. It is also used to alleviate coughs and loosen mucus.
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MotherWort (Leonurus cardiaca)
Motherwort is a classic adaptogenic plant, a member of the mint family with thousands of years of documented medicinal use. It is a potent adaptogen containing numerous plant-based compounds with antioxidant properties, including flavonoids, sterols, triterpenes, and tannins that potentially exhibit a range of benefits including cancer, arthritis, heart disease, Alzheimer's and Parkinson. In some European countries it is approved to treat heart health, stress and anxiety. Motherwort contains a high degree of flavonoids as well as ursolic acid and leonurine which targets heart health.
- Heart Health
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Partridge Berry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea)
Partridge Berries also known as lingonberries is a potent “superfood” berry filled with antioxidants such as our bodies major antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase but is also complimented with high levels of manganese Vitamins E,C, and potent plant flavonoids like quercetin and anthocyanins and polyphenols. It is known to promote healthy gut bacteria.
- Heart Health
- Gut Health
- Urinary tract infection
- Blood Sugar regulation
- Eye Health
- Weight Loss
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