Uro-genital and Gyneclogical Concerns

Enhancing female reproductive function using natural methods.

Exceptional Female Reproductive Clinical Protocol with Proven Results.

Exclusive use of natural therapies and ingredients to strengthen all organs and to regulate the female biorhythm to support the uro-genital system and enhance the menstrual cycle.
Improve the function of the female reproductive system by natural means.
Evidence based on numerous proven cases who benefited from the Female Reproductive Clinical Protocol.

Timing is of essence and all our clinical efforts are directed towards the synchronization of the reproductive cycle with the overall biorhythm.

The Female Reproductive Clinical Protocol

Focuses at addressing the three natural occurring processes the female reproductive system goes through:

activation - during puberty;

activity - during adulthood;

deactivation - during and after menopause;

Aims at determining the causes that hinder these processes and at finding the most adequate natural solutions to support and improve them.

Uro-genital and Andrological Concerns

Enhancing male uro-genital function by natural uninvasive methods.

Effective Male Reproductive Clinical Protocol with the preservation of the Reproductive function.

Strengthen all organs to support the uro-genital system.
Cultivate Positive Mindset and Focus on Health as crucial factors in addressing Health concerns in general and Intimate Health conditions in particular.
Maintain and strengthen the function of the uro-genital system in general and focus on enhancing the function of the Prostate gland.
Evidence based on numerous proven clinical cases who benefited from the Male Reproductive Clinical Protocol.

The Advantages

Focus on Health.
Uninvasive assessment of the Health Condition.

Natural approach to resolving any Reproductive Health Concern.

The  Risks

Misdiagnosis and focus on illness - as emphasized in an article published in New York Times on March 9, 2010 by Richard J. Ablin, the research professor who discovered P.S.A.: "The test’s popularity has led to a hugely expensive public health disaster...the test is hardly more effective than a coin toss. As I’ve been trying to make clear for many years now, P.S.A. testing can’t detect prostate cancer and, more important, it can’t distinguish between the two types of prostate cancer..."
Invasive diagnostic methods.
Harsh surgical procedures or radioactive means to totally or partially extirpate the Prostate gland which result in the loss of the reproductive ability.