About FertilHerb® for Women
FertilHerb® for Women Design to support womens reproductive health*Results may vary from person to person. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease
Irregular or abnormal ovulation accounts for 30% to 40% of all cases of infertility. FertilHerb® for Women is an all natural supplement design to support womens reproductive health*
FertilHerb for women was formulated by leading fertility experts to offer a unique approach to enhancing female fertility.
It provides a comprehensive preconception vitamin and mineral support with a proprietary blend of scientifically validated enhancing herbs including vitex, Tribulus Terrestris, and Maca.
One bottle of FertilHerb for women includes 60 capsules, which is a one-month supply. We recommend taking two capsules each day, one with breakfast and one with dinner. We suggest buying a minimum of 3 month supply as the benefits of herbal properties can take up to three months to reach maximum effect.
FertilHerb® supplements are all-natural and safe to use, they contain no artificial dyes, colors or preservatives.
The following PDF contains valuable information about how you can get the most out of FertilHerb for Women. Click the PDF icon to the right to view.
FertilHerb® for Women contains the widest effective range of ingredients along with the most appropriate dosage.
- Myo-inositol .
- Vitamin B9- Folic Acid .
- Vitamin D3 Cholecalciferol.
- Vitamin B6- Pyridoxine HCL .
- Vitamin B12 .
- CoQ10 .
- Maca Root .
- Tribulus Terrestris.
- Vitex Chasteberry.
- * Results may vary from person to person. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
For Best Results
- Take the recommended dosage, 2 capsules daily with food or immediately after. A lower dosage is likely to prevent the expected effect.
- Maintain a healthy lifestyle.
- Keep a balanced diet.
- Avoid excessive alcohol drinking.
- Stop smoking.
- Refrain from extreme obesity.
- Wash fruits and vegetables.
- Stay low on processed and fried products like puff pastry, white flour, and white sugar.
To increase your chances of fertilization, start having sex in the few days leading up to ovulation, as sperm can live for three to five days inside a woman’s body.
* Results may vary from person to person. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Amount Per Serving
|Vitamin D3:||4000 IU|
|Vitamin E:||17 IU|
|Vitamin B6:||6 mg|
|Folic Acid:||500 mcg|
|Vitamin B12:||10 mcg|
|Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)||proprietary formula|
|Vitex Chasteberry (fruit)||proprietary formula|
|Tribulus Terrestris||proprietary formula|
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