The 50 Female Herb Sensitivity and Intolerance Test is a more specific panel as compared to the Functional Foods and Medicinal Herbs Sensitivity and Intolerance Panel. This panel measures intolerances and sensitivities to 50 of the most common medicinal herbs used by women for treatment of issues including hormone regulation, infertility, breast and ovarian cancer, metabolic syndrome, candida overgrowth, pre-mature aging, and athletic performance. These herbs are considered medicine and are generally considered safe and have been used for over 5,000 years by holistic doctors. But, similarly to food sensitivities, an individual can present with symptoms including headaches, rashes, chronic digestive discomfort and diarrhea, obesity, or the inability to lose weight. Pinpointing specific popular herbal supplements such as Black Cohosh, Damiana, Dong Quai, Evening Primrose, and Uva Ursi, along with others that should be avoided, can produce dramatic relief of uncomfortable symptoms. Knowing which medicinal herbs offer comfort and relief is the key to properly and responsibly using herbs as medicine.

1. Alfalfa Leaf
2. Arnica
3. Black Cohosh
4. Blessed Thistle
5. Blue Cohosh
6. Bupleurum Root
7. Boswellia
8. Buchu Leaf
9. Burdock
10. Butcher’s Broom
11. Calendula
12. Cat’s Claw
13. Chaparral Root
14. Chasteberry
15. Cramp Bark
16. Damiana
17. Dong Quai
18. Evening Primrose
19. False Unicorn
20. Fo-Ti Root
21. Gotu Kola
22. Horse Chestnut
23. Horsetail
24. Irish Moss
25. Juniper Berry
26. Korean Ginseng
27. Lavender
28. Lemon Balm
29. Lobelia
30. Maca Root
31. Marshmallow Root
32. Mistletoe
33. Motherwort
34. Myrrh
35. Nettle Leaf
36. Pennyroyal
37. Peony Root
38. Red Clover Flower
39. Red Raspberry Leaf
40. Rehmannia Root
41. Sarsaparilla
42. Siberian Ginseng
43. Skull Cap
44. Slippery Elm Bark
45. Squaw Vine
46. Uva Ursi
47. White Willow Bark
48. Wild Yam
49. Yarrow
50. Yerba Maté

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