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  • Oona PMS1

    Product UPC# 835674001127

    Item# 72867-5

  • Retail Price: $148.95
  • Our Price: $91.99
  • Your Savings: 38% off
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Oöna PMS1
Oöna PMS1 For Pre-Menstrual Syndrome
(60 Daily Tablets & 30 Passionflower Tablets)
two month supply

Common Signs of PMS include:

  • Irritability
  • Mood Swings
  • Mild Depression
  • Breast Tenderness
  • Bloating
  • Headaches Promotes menstrual regularity

    An all-natural product; contains no hormones. Oona™ PMS1 is a carefully standardized herbal supplement that effectively addresses the most common symptoms of PMS. The daily tablet of chaste tree and black cohosh work with your body to help it stabilize certain hormone levels; the correct balance can mitigate the onset of PMS. Since not all women require the same amount of benefit, we've included a separate passionflower tablet. Taken mid-cycle, passionflower complements chaste tree berry for added assistance when PMS related anxiety and irritability increase.

    • Directions

      Directions: Take 1 Daily tablet in the morning with food. For added assistance, add 1 Passionflower tablet with the Daily tablet starting mid-cycle (approximately 14 days) until menstruation begins. You can expect to notice results within one to three cycles. Do not exceed 2 tablets per day.

    • Ingredients

      Ingredients: Tablet supplies:
      Chaste tree berry (casticin, .68 mg, agnuside, 1.13 mg) 225 mg
      Black cohosh (triterpene glycosides, 1 mg) 40 mg
      Passionflower tablet (blister pack): 1 tablet supplies:
      Passionflower (flavanoids, 4mg) 100 mg
      Other Ingredients: Dicalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Croscarmelose Sodium (Vegetable Gum), Silicone Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate

      Warning: Although there are no know safety issues, OonaPMS1 should be discontinued if you think you are pregnant. On rare occasion stomach upset may occur, which is usually transient. If the problem persists, stop using and contact your health professional. Consult your doctor if you are taking birth control pills.