Product description: Bone Strengthener Plus (V).
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|Wild Yam Extract (Dioscorea) is a storehouse of phytochemicals. Wild Yam contains steroidal saponins that are pharmaceutically converted into cortisone, estrogen, and progesterone-like compounds. Women who require progesterone should consult a health professional and not rely soley on wild yam or other herbs.
Although the pharmaceutical conversion cannot be duplicated by the body, wild yam offers many other benefits.
Wild yam is considered to be a strong antispasmodic and has potential anti-inflamatory properties. An extract of wild yam has been shown to exhibit antioxidant properties, and has been shown to lower blood triglycerides and to raise HDL, the "good" cholesterol. (Araghiniknam M, Chung S, Nelson-White T, et al. Antioxidant activity of dioscorea and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) in older humans. Lif Sci 1996; 11:147-57).
Horsetail Silica (Equesetumarvense) is alsoknown as Bottlebrush plant, Shave grass, and scouring rush. It has been use in folk medicine as a remedy for kidney problems, arthritis, ulcers, and tuberculosis. It was recommended by the Roman physician Galen. Horsetail is rich in bioflavonoids along with potassium, aluminum, and manganese.
It also contains silicon, a trace mineral that plays an important role in bone formation. (Carlise EM, Silicon localization and calcification in developing bone. Fed Proc 1969; 28:374) In animal research, silicon supplementation was shown to increase bone density. ( Hott M, de Pollak C, Modrowski D, Marie PJ. Short-term effects of organic silicon on trabecular bone in mature ovariectomized rat. Calcif Tissue Int 1993; 53174-790). Preliminary research studies with humans appears to validate the bone strengthening properties of Silicon supplementation.
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