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Angelica Root Extract

This constituent is derived from the dried roots of the Angelica Polymorpha Sinensis, and oriental cultures have used this extract to treat anaemia. In the US, this extract is widely promoted as ‘ginseng for women’, and is supposed to minimize premenstrual discomfort coupled with regulating reproductive functions. The downside is that it is a known cause of cancer in animals.

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