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The Indian Chai – PCOS Relief Herbal Tea 50g, Helps Cure Acne, Facial Hair Growth, Scalp Hair Loss Related to Hormonal Imbalance

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Price: ₹ 350.00 - ₹ 320.00
(as of Dec 03,2021 10:30:43 UTC – Details)



Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, or PCOS, is a condition that is characterized by insulin resistance and hormone imbalance. PCOS is classified as a disorder which encompasses a group of symptoms that collectively indicate a distinct health issue. Women with PCOS may have to deal with irregular or non-existent periods, scalp hair loss, facial hair growth, acne, and a host of other related conditions such as diabetes and depression. This means that the symptoms associated with PCOS will vary from woman to woman. It can be very distressing for a woman to experience any one of these PCOS symptoms let alone several.

✅ HERBAL: Herbal remedies can be a very effective treatment option for PCOS because they are usually quite gentle on the body and have fewer side effects than medication. You can usually use PCOS Relief Herbal Tea twice daily after your meals for about a month to see the results.
✅ CHASTE BERRY: This herb has been used for centuries for hormone imbalances and is considered an adaptogen. Chaste berry is one of the most common herbs used to treat PCOS because it helps to stimulate and stabilize the function of the pituitary gland. ST JOHN WORT: This herb is very commonly used to help treat the symptoms of depression linked to hormonal imbalances such as PCOS.
✅ SPEARMINT: This powerful herb is usually taken as a tea and it can decrease androgen levels and reduce the levels of free testosterone in the blood. FLAX SEED: This herb is a common PCOS treatment option and recommended for increasing SHBG levels in the blood and metabolizing estrogen. Both low SHBG and high estrogen are factors in PCOS symptoms.
✅ DIRECTIONS: Put 1 teaspoon (2 gram) of PCOS Relief Herbal Tea in a cup. Pour boiling water into the cup. Cover the cup and let it steep for three to four minutes. Strain and serve. Preferred without milk.

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