Women's Formula FAQ


Are any of your products Kosher?

Yes. The products that are Kosher are: Blood Support, Liver Flush Tea, Metal Magic, Warp Speed, Men’s Formula, Women’s Formula, Immunify, and Nutribody Protein.

Do you have an Allergen statement?

This product is not manufactured with milk, egg, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, wheat, peanuts or soy. It is produced in a GMP facility that processes some of these allergens. As part of GMP, quality procedures to prevent cross contamination and allergen contamination include separate warehousing, special air handling systems, physical separators, robust cleaning procedures, residue testing after cleaning, equipment surface swabs, etc. The standard operating procedures ensure compliance with current FDA guidelines and requirements for allergen control.

I started using the Women's Formula. How long should it be before I feel the results, and what should those be?

It all depends on what your natural testosterone levels were when you started. The lower they were, the more bound the testosterone was, the more you will notice and the quicker you will notice it. Some people notice an increase in energy beginning in 7-10 days, a bit more sexual vitality, and an easier time building muscle when they exercise. Others notice much more dramatic results.

Is it good to use the Women's Formula while on birth control? Are there any side effects?

There is no inherent conflict with using the Women's Formula while on the Pill and no specific side effects. However, anyone using birth control pills would be well advised to read the chapter in Lessons from the Miracle Doctors on hormone balancing to understand the problems associated with using synthetic estrogen and synthetic progesterone. You can download a free copy at The Baseline of Health Foundation..

Will I grow face hair? Could I end up having "too much" testosterone?

Actually, some of the ingredients in the Women's Formula actually help to reverse the growth of facial hair, while at the same time helping to thicken hair on the head. But in answer to getting too much natural testosterone, the question is moot. This dietary supplement doesn't add any testosterone to the body. It merely makes bound natural testosterone in the body more bio-available.

What about women trying to get pregnant? Is the Women's Formula good or bad?

Low testosterone levels are associated with infertility. Thus, using the Women's Formula to optimize natural testosterone levels is likely to aid in getting pregnant. However, this dietary supplement should not be used while pregnant or nursing.

I can't use your tinctures because they have alcohol in them, what should I do?

You can eliminate most of the alcohol in the tinctures by adding the tincture dose to some warm water. As the water cools most of the alcohol will evaporate.

Should I take this supplement between meals or with food? Will it be more effective if taken on an empty stomach?

The tincture is not necessarily more effective on an empty stomach, but absorption into the bloodstream will be much faster if taken without food.

Could Women's Formula free up enough testosterone to trigger an outbreak of acne?

For obvious legal reasons, we cannot diagnose or prescribe for specific medical conditions, merely provide information. With that in mind ... studies indicate that the problem has less to do with testosterone than with the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone. Since the Women's Formula tends to provide nutritional support to minimize that conversion, it is likely to prove more helpful than harmful when it comes to acne.

Should hormone levels be tested to determine if it's appropriate to take the Women's Formula or Men's Formula?

For obvious legal reasons, we cannot diagnose or prescribe for specific medical conditions, merely provide information. With that in mind... For most people it is not necessary check hormone levels before taking the Women's Formula or Men's Formula. Keep in mind that you are not adding hormones to your body -- only freeing up hormones that are already there. Certainly, if you have any hormonal issues or any illness that is hormonally related, then it is advisable to check with your doctor first.

Pertaining to the instructions, how much is a 'dropper' or 'dropperful'?

One dropper equals 1 ml, as marked on the dropper.