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  • Naturally encourages production of progesterone *
  • Improves sexual desire
  • Regulates your monthly cycle*
  • Eases moodiness and cramps*
  • Supports implantation of sperm and uterus function* 
  • Take 1-2 capsules with water 2-3 times daily, either 30 minutes before or 30 minutes after eating, for severe symptoms take up to 4 capsules each time with water
  • For best results, take one dose 3 hours prior to promote better functions in the bedroom.
  • If you have trouble taking capsules, you can open the capsules and mix the powder into the smoothies, apple sauce, or any paste like food substances.

Luteal Love at Sol Nutrition 

Supports ovarian function & progesterone levels

Improves the blood flow and circulation of the ovary, to support implantation and uterus function. Naturally encourages production of progesterone. Supports a healthy hormone balance.*

60 vegetarian capsules | 2 capsules per serving


Cuscuta Seeds (Tu Si Zi) have been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) for abortion prevention. This Chinese herb, Cuscuta chinensis, is applied during both the Yin and Yang phases, which are the follicular and luteal phases, respectively. The active ingredient extracted from Cuscuta is total flavones, which is one of the herb's active components and also exhibits an anti-abortion effect similar to the unprocessed material. Cuscuta Seeds may improve progesterone levels to avoid side effects associated with biomedical treatments, such as ovarian hyperstimulation, cyst formation, hot flashes, thinning of the endometrium, and the thickening of fertile mucus, which restricts sperm motility.
One research study has shown that Teasel Root may significantly increase blocking antibodies by regulating the mother's immunity, thereby strengthening the protective action of the mother on the fetus and reducing the immune injury of the mother on the fetus, leading to a successful pregnancy. Teasel Root is very rich in vitamin E, zinc, and magnesium. Furthermore, studies have also shown that Teasel Root supports the endocrine system and benefits the growth of the embryo.
Motherwort is considered one of the greatest healing herbs and holds a sacred place as a plant for women. In Chinese, it is known as yi mu cao, which translates to 'benefit mother herb.' Motherwort is also referred to as Leonurus cardiaca, which has given rise to its other common names: Lion's ear, Lion's tail, and Lion heart. The term 'cardiaca' signifies its traditional use as a remedy for the heart. This herb is highly effective when taken for a few months, fulfilling its purpose and allowing women to move forward without relying on it. Women, being emotional by nature, experience numerous ups and downs as they navigate the responsibilities and blessings of bringing another life into the world and nurturing others. Motherwort supports this process by preparing the uterus for childbirth, calming anxiety and stress, and promoting heart health. It has also been found to aid in the treatment of depression, postpartum depression, anxiety, stress, menopausal anxiety, headaches, and sleep disorders, according to research. Motherwort possesses anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. It may also have antibacterial properties and stimulate the uterus. This herb is known to be highly effective when taken consistently for a few months.
For various forms of infertility problems, mistletoe has proven to be highly effective. Drinking two cups of mistletoe daily can help correct gynecological issues such as excessive menstruation, painful menstruation, irregular menstruation, anovulation, amenorrhea, and uterine hemorrhage. Mistletoe has been used for hundreds of years to treat medical conditions like epilepsy, asthma, hypertension, headaches, menopausal symptoms, infertility, dermatitis, arthritis, and rheumatism. Mistletoe extracts have been extensively studied as complementary and alternative medicine therapies for cancer.
White Peony Root has been found to increase the levels of sex hormones and AMH, improve ovulation function, and induce morphological changes in ovarian tissue. It achieves these effects by regulating the hypothalamus-pituitary-ovary axis function and exerting estrogen-like effects. Eucommia ulmoides has the ability to inhibit ovarian hyperplasia, regulate disorders of glucose and lipid metabolism, and improve the secretion of sex hormones. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, this herb has traditionally been used to relax the uterine muscle and prevent miscarriage and cramping.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the luteal phase is referred to as the Yang phase, which aims to warm Kidney Yang and support implantation and early pregnancy. Rhizoma Curculiginis is one of the major herbs prescribed to patients with kidney yang deficiency. Research has shown that Rhizoma Curculiginis helps increase progesterone levels and can be beneficial in treating infertility and hormonal disorders in women. Additionally, Yiru Tiaojing Granule is a Chinese herbal compound that includes Rhizoma Curculiginis.
Cistanche, known as Broomrape Stem or Rou Cong-Rong in Chinese, is an endangered wild species mainly distributed in the arid lands and warm deserts of northwestern China. Cistanche is used as a tonic and/or in formulas for treating chronic kidney deficiency in female infertility. Cistanche is also beneficial for supporting healthy brain function, enhancing mental performance, and improving the hypothalamus-pituitary-ovarian (HPO) axis. The HPO axis is responsible for regulating the female reproductive system.
In Chinese Medicine, Moutan Cortex clears heat, dispels stasis, and cools and invigorates the blood. It also drains pus and reduces swelling, bringing the body to a more balanced, pain-free state. In Western medicine, Moutan Cortex is great for preventing blood clots, lowering blood pressure, regulating heart rhythm, and reducing fevers. It also helps with infertility, seizures, and general body pain.
Eucommia Bark is also considered one of the kidney yang herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). During the luteal phase, referred to as the Yang phase, it is used to warm Kidney Yang to support implantation and early pregnancy. It is also used for calming the fetus in pregnant women. This herb is commonly used in the treatment of kidney yang deficiency diseases such as sexual disorders, cancer, obesity, and associated metabolic syndromes. It functions by tonifying the kidneys and liver and is often utilized to strengthen weak bones and joints while improving reproductive health. Eucommia Bark is commonly employed as a tonic to enhance detoxification and circulation in the liver and kidneys. It has also been reported to improve bone strength, muscle development, promote longevity, and enhance fertility.
Atractylodes, also known as Bai Zhu, is a key herb in Chinese Medicine. This supplement, derived from atractylodes, is believed to help remove accumulated food, phlegm, and promote healthy Qi (energy) flow. It is known to enhance the health of the spleen, eliminate fluid retention, and provide long-term benefits for digestive health and weight management goals. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a comprehensive healthcare system that can be used to treat infertility, either independently or in conjunction with conventional medical fertility treatments. Numerous previous research studies have established that blood supply to the uterus and ovaries, particularly uterine artery hemodynamics, is associated with natural and assisted pregnancy rates.
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