Formulated specifically for women, Nourish Her Naturally is an herbal multivitamin made to fortify, improve, and nurture the female body. This tincture includes herbs that are packed with vitamins and minerals to help balance hormones, boost energy levels, and promote overall wellness. It is safe for ages 1+ and can also be used as a prenatal.
- High, natural sources of vitamins and minerals
- 6 herbs
- Liquid benefits (vitamins and minerals are easier to digest and provide more benefits than tablets, where binders and fillers must first be broken down)
- Artificial flavors
- Allergens (soy, corn, dairy, tree nuts, gluten, peanuts, sesame, fish)
Earthley's Brand Promises:
- Made with 100% organic ingredients
- Organic Nettle Leaf
- Organic Red Raspberry Leaf
- Organic Dandelion Leaf
- Organic Catnip Leaf
- Organic Alfalfa Leaf
- Organic Spearmint Leaf
In a base of Sustainably Sourced, Palm-Derived, Organic Glycerin and Filtered Water.
That’s all, folks! Ingredients listed here are exactly what you’ll find in your product – nothing more, nothing less.
Dosage: Take 2 – 3 droppers (or 1/2 tsp) per day. Can mix into juice or tea to make it easier to take. A 4-oz. bottle will last 1 – 2 months. (Some women choose to take 1 – 2 tsp. per day if they are pregnant/breastfeeding and have greater needs). Tastes sweet and minty! An 8-oz. bottle will last approximately 3 – 4 months for one person.
A complete nutritional analysis is difficult to do, because the exact nutrition found in each whole herb can vary based on growing season, growing location, and more. This is our very rough estimate of what Nourish Her Naturally contains (per ounce):
- 24% Vitamin A
- 4 – 8% folate
- 6 – 12% B6
- 6 – 12% vitamin K1
- 8 – 16% calcium
- 8 – 16% vitamin C
The mix also contains other trace minerals. It is high in water-soluble vitamins like B-complex and C. It is not very high in A, D, E, or K2 (because they are fat-soluble).
Shelf Life: 2 years. Safe for people 1 year and older. Safe while pregnant and breastfeeding.
This product and these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA, and it is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure anything.