Female Balance

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What are Nootropics?

Nootropics are natural supplements that seek to improve our cognitive function, cerebral processing, and can even heighten our moods. They can help us focus, stay mentally alert, and feel more productive. They can improve memory, creativity, and motivation; and can even potentially relieve feelings of stress and anxiety.

All of our nootropic products are made from natural ingredients, combined into synergistically potent formulations to help you perform at your best.

Frequently asked questions
  • As Chaste Tree, an important herb for women’s health, may affect hormones and medicines such as oral contraceptives, please consult your health professional before use.
  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please consult a health care professional before use.
  • Periods have a whole manner of painful side effects including stomach cramps. Stomach cramps occur when the wall of the womb contracts, causing the muscles to sometimes spasm, or tighten. This can cause a griping pain in the lower stomach, and spread up towards the back. Many women look for natural remedies for period pains as an alternative to taking prescription or over-the-counter drugs. Natural remedies to help relieve stomach cramps can include CBD. CBD can potentially help deal with many kinds of pain. The ECS (Endocannabinoid System) is responsible for our pain relief as well as anti-inflammatory responses, allowing us to deal with things like back pain and other chronic issues that can affect our quality of life. Other natural remedies for pain can be using a natural topical remedy - such as Puresport’s muscle & joint balm which contains CBD. The natural ingredients work with the CBD as an anti-inflammatory, which can relieve muscle contractions which cause stomach cramps.

  • Headaches can be caused by many different factors including dehydration, and stress. Women can offer suffer from headaches during their cycle, these are sometimes called called 'hormone headaches' or 'menstrual migraines' as they occur in the few days proceeding a period, or the first 2-3 days during a period. Unlike headaches which are caused by other factors, these kinds of headaches are caused by hormonal imbalance. Many women have had success in taking natural remedies to relieve headaches, and to support their hormonal balance to prevent them in the first place. Natural ingredients to support this can be ginger, ashwagandha, and turmeric. CBD has also been successful in helping people deal with pain. This means cBD is another natural remedy which can be used to support headaches and other pains throughout a woman's cycle.

  • Menopause occurs when women stop ovulating and their periods officially end. There are many stages of going through the menopause, and the unpleasant symptoms can last for a matter of years in some cases. Symptoms of menopause include a vast array of health and wellness issues such as increased anxiety, hormonal imbalance, night sweats, vaginal dryness, mood swings, muscle aches and a range of other issues. Many natural ingredients have proved useful in easing the symptoms of menopause. Some women have found CBD useful in helping to control mood swings and their internal response to stress. This means that CBD can be a good natural ingredient to support anxiety. Other natural adaptogenic ingredients such as ashwagandha, ginger,& turmeric are natural oxidants and have high anti-inflammatory properties, this means they can support muscle aches and other pain-related issues such as migraines.

  • Hormonal balance is when your hormonal levels are working in harmony. Hormones fluctuate all the time, but even more so with women due to the effects of their monthly periods, as well as other factors such as pregnancy, breast-feeding and menopause. Many people suffer from hormonal in-balance, meaning that their hormones are at usually high or low levels. This can cause mood swings, changes in sleep patterns, skin break-outs, and many other wellbeing concerns. Finding hormonal balance means optimising the body's internal response to hormones so that you can process fluctuations normally without these side effects.

  • Hormonal balance in women fluctuates throughout their cycle and their life-span depending on a variety of factors such as pregnancy, breast-feeding, & menopause. Regulating your hormones doe snot necessarily mean they are at a consistent level all the time, rather, hormones are secreted in balanced levels, and do not spike or peak at infrequent or unexpected periods. Some studies and anecdotal evidence has found that a number of natural ingredients can help support hormonal regulation. For example, chasteberry and ashwagandha can support the normal regulation of hormones, which may help to mitigate some of the unpleasant side-effects of hormonal imbalance.

  • CBD has been linked to a vast array of health and wellness benefits, these range from supporting the body and mind's response to anxiety, potentially helping better sleep, supporting the body's response to pain, and many other benefits. these wellbeing issues can happen to anyone regardless of gender, however women are subject to a vast array of unpleasant symptoms throughout their natural cycle, as well as through pregnancy, breast-feeding, menopause, and other female-specific health concerns such as endometriosis and PSOS. This means women may benefit from taking CBD to help relieve these side-effects. CBD may also help regulate hormone levels, through working with the receptors. This means CBD could be useful in supporting women throughout the emotional and mental side-effects of PMS and mood swings.

  • The Chasteberry plant is native to the Mediterranean region of Asia. Scientific studies indicate have found that Chasteberry can support a variety of female specific issues, such as perimenopause, PMS, and can support some women through infertility issues. Studies have indicated that Chasteberry can help balance hormone regulation in women. Hormonal imbalance can perpetuate through women’s cycles, as well as being particularly out of balance during pregnancy, breast-feeding, menopause, and PMS. Through supporting hormonal balance, the negative emotional side-effects of some of these may be mitigated.

  • Ashwagandha is a herb which has been used for centuries in a variety of forms - including powdered, and as a tea. Ashwagandha can be used to support a variety of wellbeing concerns including helping to regulate mood, and help support calmness. Ashwagandha can also be used to support women’s health. Studies have found that Ashwagandha may function as a gentle hormone balancing agent, and may also contribute to good female reproductive health.

  • Magnesium is a micronutrient vital to support whole-body health such as cell and blood health. Magnesium also has a variety of specific benefits for women. Magnesium requirement can be boosted in women’s bodies due to a number of conditions, and lifestages such as PCOs, menopause and pregnancy. For this reason, it’s vital women are sufficiently nourished in magnesium. Daily requirement for women is between 310-320mg per day. Magnesium rich foods include seeds, beans, spinach, and some fish, however supplementing magnesium can be a good way to ensure whole body health for women.

  • Turmeric is a spice that has been trusted by alternative medicine practices for centuries for a wide variety of reasons. Turmeric is high in antioxidants, and is also a natural anti-inflammatory. Turmeric has been found to have benefits for supporting hormonal regulation, as it works with the liver, which is responsible for regulating and moderating hormonal balance. Through doing this, turmeric can help support women with conditions such as PSOS and also symptoms of PMS. Turmeric may also be useful for women as it can be a natural pain-relief, supporting women throughout the aches and pains of their cycle and wider health-related events in their adult lives.

  • Omega 3 is a well known fatty acid commonly found in seafood and nuts. Many women are insufficient in Omega 3, which means a good option can be to supplement it. Puresport’s Female Balance Hormone health Capsules contain vegan Omega 3 (from flax seeds). Omega 3 can support women with the sensation of stomach cramps that may occur throughout their cycle, and specifically in the first few days of their period. Several scientific studies have attributed this to Omega 3 being an anti-inflammatory, thus working with the body to ease the symptoms of pain.

  • Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine, is a water-soluble vitamin that your body needs for several functions. Vitamin B6 is linked to a variety of health benefits, one of these is potentially being able to treat symptoms of PMS. Studies have found that through taking Vitamin B6, women experienced a drop in ‘low mood’ and irritability among other physiological side-effects of menopause.