A favorite among Aztecs and Myans, wild yam is best known for its use in supporting women’s hormones. High in diosgenin, a precursor to progesterone; wild yam was once used in birth control pills. Today wild yam is not widely used, however, herbalists often choose this herb to use in tinctures, teas, capsules and topically.
- Labor Pains
- Morning Sickness
- Threatened Miscarriage
- Painful Menstruation
Wild Yam grows from seed as a perennial plant. Native to North America, you’ll now find Wild Yam cultivated in a variety of climates and conditions worldwide. Growing like a bean with green climbing vines, wild yam grows yellow or purple flowers in the late spring and has heart-shaped leaves that begin green and turn yellow in the fall. Wild harvesting is not recommended as some varieties are toxic.
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Joann used Carry On
“When I was 6 months pregnant with my now 6 year old son, I started bleeding and cramping heavily. I took carry-on as recommended on the label and laid down. The bleeding slowed and then stopped along with the cramping. 3 months later my son was born but my midwife said it looked like the placenta had partially torn away from the uterus and had a large bloodclot behind it. Now when I find I’m pregnant I make sure I have carry-on because I’m convinced it saved my son’s life 7 years ago. Thank you sooooo much for your products! :)”
Micah found relief with Contract Ease
“I delivered baby number six last week. Pains after birth have been tough with the last several babies so I was thrilled when I found Contract Ease. I used this product, according to the directions, for about 3 days and experienced significant relief from the pain. I highly recommend this product to any woman after childbirth.”
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