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Science-based results

Our digestive system was designed to best absorb nutrients from food, however, now taking synthetic multivitamins are now the norm. Study after study shows eating specific foods can help support hormone balance. Don’t take our word for it, fact check us.


Linked to increased estrogen, improved hormone metabolism, fewer hot flashes, reduced vaginal dryness, and better overall quality of life in menopausal and postmenopausal women.

Vitamin B

In this study, people getting food-based vitamin B had a 35% reduction in PMS, while the group using supplements had no improvement.


Research shows that this lignan-packed seed can lower inflammation and balance sex hormones. 


This powerful seed is linked to improvements in heart disease risk factors, such as high cholesterol and blood pressure levels. 

BENEFITS OF food based vitamins 

PMS and perimenopause don’t have to suck. Our mixes use nutrient dense flax, pumpkin, sesame, and sunflower seeds to support your body's hormones naturally. No processed vitamins. No harmful chemicals. Just add 2 tablespoons to smoothies, oatmeal, or whatever you like. We asked our cyclers how they felt  after 3 months of seed cycling and this is what they had to say:

90% of customers reported 

little to no hormonal acne

80% of customers reported 

overall decreased PMS symptoms

75% of customers reported 

little to no cramping 






When is additional supplementation recommended?

With all of that said, sometimes supplementation can be necessary when recommended by your healthcare provider. 

 When this is necessary make sure to find brands that show you independent lab and quality testing.