Synergy of Herbs in Testoquench™ For Women

The primary functions of TestoQuench™ for Women is to decrease excessive dihydrotestosterone production and to decrease the effects of dihydrotestosterone & testosterone on testosterone sensitive tissues in women.

The formulation uses phytoantiandrogens, a class of phyto-compounds that decrease tissue sensitivity to androgens or decrease androgen activity, such as through the action of 5-alpha-reductase inhibition, which decreases conversion of testosterone to the more androgenic dihydrotestosterone. Other actions include decreasing testosterone production, or androgen receptor antagonists. 
TestoQuench™ for Women has a synergistic combination of specific herbs that control the effects of excessive dihydrotestosterone & testosterone and other androgens by a number of actions including:

  • 5-alpha-reductase inhibiting herbs that decrease production of Dihydrotestosterone (DHT)
  • Androgen receptor antagonists – that protect cells from excessive testosterone by blocking receptors
  • Supporting feminization of tissues with herbs that have estrogenic properties
  • Promoting healthy production and function of estrogens and progesterone, the endogenous hormones that naturally control the actions of testosterone in women.
  • Supporting healthy blood sugar levels
  • Anti-inflammatory actions decrease inflammation caused by androgen sensitivity.
  • Supporting healthy brain function, memory, and cognition, and enhancing mood while promoting tranquility

 

Specific Actions of herbs in TestoQuench™ for Women

Synergy comes from the Greek word synergos - συνεργός -  meaning “working together”.

TestoQuench for Women is a very unique formulation that is designed to restore and support proper hormone balance in women with androgen excess disorders. It accomplishes this through the synergistic use of herbs that are anti-androgenic due to an ability to decrease conversion of testosterone to the more androgenic dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and/or the ability to prevent androgens from affecting tissues due to androgen receptor antagonist activity. 

In addition, TestoQuench™ for Women supports feminization of tissues with herbs that have estrogenic actions by either increasing estrogen production, or having strong phytoestrogenic properties.

The synergistic formulation of herbs in TestoQuench™ for Women can also decrease symptoms and risks commonly associated with androgen excess disorders in women due to the anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, analgesic, anti-proliferative and anti-hyperglycemic properties of herbs in the formulation. 

The synergy of TestoQuench™ for Women is grounded in the fact that it is a Hormone Specific Formulation™, designed to specifically and aggressively address the unique problems associated with androgen excess disorders in women. In addition to addressing high androgens and androgen sensitivity, the estrogenic properties also help control the effects of excess androgens. Decrease androgenic activity and increase estrogenic activity in turn improves other physiological functions such as blood sugar control. In women, either high androgens or low estrogens can cause insulin resistance with increased risk of developing diabetes. 

Synergy of Herbs in Testoquench™ For Women

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In addition, TestoQuench for Womensupports feminization of tissues with herbs that have estrogenic actions by either increasing estrogen production, or having strong phytoestrogenic properties.

The synergistic formulation of herbs in TestoQuench for Women can also decrease symptoms and risks commonly associated with androgen excess disorders in women due to the anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, analgesic, anti-proliferative and anti-hyperglycemic properties of herbs in the formulation.

 

The synergy of TestoQuench for Women is grounded in the fact that it is a Hormone Specific Formulation, designed to specifically and aggressively address the unique problems associated with androgen excess disorders in women. In addition to addressing high androgens and androgen sensitivity, the estrogenic properties also help control the effects of excess androgens. Decrease androgenic activity and increase estrogenic activity in turn improves other physiological functions such as blood sugar control. In women, either high androgens or low estrogens can cause insulin resistance with increased risk of developing diabetes.