Good evening, is there someone who could help me with the food supplements (plants) that I take and their associations? Thank you .
Hello Eidol, so here I did some research on the net because I have unexplained infertility problems. So I started taking evening primrose oil and chaste tree, I would also like to take maca and PMA oligobs but I don’t know if this whole mixture is good? What do you think?
Personally, I would go to a pharmacist and a doctor for an infertility problem. No pharmacologically speaking study is done on this natural product especially since they are not regulated. I know maca is known to increase libido which has nothing to do with fertility. And the products you name are also for libido. I don’t believe there is a solution for fertility issues. Maybe I’m wrong and your doctor has methods. But in my classes, he mostly talks about avoiding heat near the testicles for males and having a healthy diet to promote the growth of gametes.
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I don’t know who you are talking to, but yes your question is?
I am not consuming a dietary supplement for the same purpose as the person initiating the conversation. I mainly take multivitamins and B-complexes which are a mix of full types of vitamin B (mainly B12, B6 and B1) to supplement my food shortages and maximize my immune system which is deficient for me. Otherwise I take once a day (not every day) a protein shake in the morning because I hate breakfast and without lunch I lack a protein intake that I need if I don’t want to lose muscle mass .
A “natural” product is not really natural considering that humans are a mixture of chemical reactions. My knowledge in chemistry, human biology, biochemistry, immunology and etc. allow me to know the types of isoforms of vitamins assimilable by the human body. I agree that there is no way to totally know if the product is totally “organic” unless it has been sworn in by an organization that is reputable and not too shady. Therefore it is a personal risk to take. But I consider it as risky for me to drink starbucks coffee as it is to take a dietary supplement that I don’t know how it was conceived. I can read the ingredient list and see ifthey add unnecessary things like preservatives or the like, but I can’t tell if their quality tests are regulatory …. just like my coffee or the salmon I eat.
Basically, it’s a matter of balancing the pros and cons of what I know and what I don’t know and see if the risk is worth taking or not. In my opinion, once well informed and if the need is present to take these types of products, I find that its worth it for me.
3-4 years approximately