The ABCs of ProBLEN: P
Our main goal at ProBLEN is to provide you with a safe, natural, effective means of restoring your body's natural hormone balances and improving your health and well-being. Our homeopathic hormone boosters are formulated for maximum benefit to you. Of course, this means tons of ingredients that can be confusing!
We introduced our ABCs of ProBLEN series to catalog and explain the ingredients you may be curious about in our hormone boosters. Many of these ingredients have thousands of years' worth of history as natural remedies all over the world, even before their "rediscovery" for use in homeopathy. Others have only become possible to use after scientific advancements allowed them to be extracted or refined for the first time. One of the exciting things about homeopathy is how it brings traditional healing together with modern life!
In this installment of the ABCs of ProBLEN, we're focusing on the letter P. P is for…
The pituitary gland is a tiny endocrine gland located inside the brain. It is responsible for the secretion of several hormones important to the body's overall development, including human growth hormone (HGH), thyroid-stimulating hormones, and many more. Pituitary function is central to the proper growth and development of the human body, as well as to numerous factors influencing long-term health.
Pituitary extract is extracted from disease-free cattle that have been fully cleared for human consumption — meaning essentially that these cows are healthy enough to eat without exposing people to any toxins. Extract from the pituitary gland helps aid pituitary function in the human body, which helps people with endocrine disorders and assists in hormonal balance.
Since the pituitary gland is responsible for the production of HGH, supplementing with pituitary extract provides many benefits related to HGH balance such as the promotion of muscular development and strength. Pituitary extract also supports restful sleep due to improved hormonal balance.
Populus tremuloides is the botanical name of a species of aspen tree native to cooler regions of North America, often called the quaking aspen or trembling aspen. Other names include white poplar, trembling poplar, and golden aspen. It's extremely common throughout Canada and grows as far south as Mexico within mountainous regions that have cooler weather than surrounding areas. If you live in any of these regions, there's a good chance you're quite familiar with the sight of this tree — although you may not have known its use in homeopathy!
Aspen bark has been used for thousands of years by Native American and First Nations (Canada's indigenous population) to treat constipation, urinary problems, and anxiety. Modern understanding of the human digestive system has shown aspen bark to be effective against hypertrophy of the prostate gland (enlarged prostate). Since an enlarged prostate pushes against the bladder, it makes sense that treating the prostate would provide the relief of painful urinary urges, just as people have known aspen bark to do for thousands of years.
Aspen bark also aids with menstrual cramps, bladder stones, and other issues with lower abdominal organs.
We hope you've enjoyed learning some of the details in this installment of the ABCs of ProBLEN! If you're interested in learning more about our, explore our online store and find out how ProBLEN can help you balance your body. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time.