Pueraria mirifica
Tonic for women

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Pueraria mirifica - Tonic for women for bust enlargement, libido stimulation, relief for menopause symptoms,
prevention of osteoporosis and retardation of the ageing process

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KLO - the higher portency
KLO Pueraria mirifica 60 tablets

KLO Pueraria mirifica (tonic for women)
60 capsules

Contents: Pueraria mirifica extract (180 mg/tablet), and other herbal extracts

Category: Dietary supplement
Label: Tonic for women

The 180 mg/tablet potency enlarges and firms women's breasts, also after menopause, stimulates libido, slows down the ageing process
by helping skin to stay soft and smooth, inhibits wrinkles, gives hair a healthy and youthful shine, improves eyesight

€ 12.75

Dosage: 2 tablets, 3 times/day

Initial response time varies from between 1 week to 1 month, depending on the individual. Maximum breast enlargement can be expected after 3 full months of use, with increases of 1 to 3 inches in breast size. If use is discontinued the breasts will return to the original shape over time.

Additional benefits include potent anti-breast cancer effects. Pueraria mirifica helps prevent menopausal symptoms and osteoporosis.


KLO - the lower potency
KLO Pueraria mirifica Fiancee 100 tablets

KLO Pueraria mirifica "Fiancee" (Kwaokrua khao for women)
100 coated tablets

Contents: Pueraria mirifica extract (50 mg/tablet), rich in phyto-estrogens

Category: Dietary supplement
Label: Tonic for women

€ 12.75

Dosage: 1-2 tablets, once a day

How to use the lower potency - 50 mg/tablet -

Fiancee can be used as an antiageing supplement, as it provides a positive effect on the health of hair, skin and a youthful appearance. To benefit from these properties you do not need to take the higher dosage. The time it takes to see the improvement is individual.

Pueraria Fiancee can be taken as maintenance after stopping the intake of the higher potency of Pueraria mirifica.

Indication: Healthy women can take the higher dosage of Pueraria mirifica continuously during 3 months. After this period either a break or a change to the lower dosage should be made.


PN Pueraria mirifica

PN Pueraria mirifica (for women)
100 capsules

Contents:: Pueraria mirifica (100 mg/capsule)

€ 9.00

Dosage: 1-3 capsules, 3 x per day

H1 Pueraria mirifica
100 caps

H1 Compound Pueraria mirifica (for women)
100 capsules

Contents: Pueraria mirifica Extract (100 mg/capsule), Panax ginseng
(tonic for heart health, universal aphrosidiac, anti-depressant) Angelica sinensis (stimulates haematosis, blood circulation and has hormone-balancing properties), rich in phyto-estrogens

€ 11.50

Dosage: 1 capsule a day after breakfast

TP Pueraria mirifica
100 caps

TP Compound Pueraria mirifica (for women)
100 capsules

€ 11.50

Contents: Pueraria mirifica Extract (100 mg/capsule),

Dosage: 1-2 capsules after breakfast

TP Be-Fit Pueraria mirifica

TP Be Fit Compound Pueraria mirifica compound (for women)
60 capsules
Contents: Pueraria mirifica Extract (150 mg PM/capsule), CoQ10, collagen

€ 8.80

The collagen helps the skin to remain youthful and smooth
The CoQ10 nourishes all cells for the production of energy

Dosage: 2 capsules a day after breakfast

Pueraria mirifica

Most women are very concerned about aging, particularly concerning the effects brought about by the aging process. For the average women, menstruation cycles end at 48-50 years of age when the reproductive system stops or slows down functioning. The body experiences dramatic changes due to lower estrogen levels: the body's systems and its functions begin to decelerate and the immune system weakens accordingly. Menopausal women will usually experience both psychological and physiological changes. Psychological changes range from anxiety, tension and nervousness to chronic depression, whereas the physiological changes include hot flushes, fatigue and insomnia to more severe conditions as bone loss, balding and degeneration of the reproductive area.

Consequently, women at the age of 45-50 and post-menopausal women need something to replace the loss of natural estrogen. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has been extensively used to alleviate both the psychological and physiological changes. However, this estrogen substitute can be quite expensive and must be conducted under a physician's close supervision. An effective alternative approach would be to delay those aging problems by using natural phytoestrogens present in Pueraria mirifica as a dietary supplement.

Local communities in Thailand have used Pueraria mirifica (White Kwao krua) for well over a hundred years, specifically for its rejuvenating qualities. The belief in the rejuvenating properties of Pueraria mirifica has been passed down from one generation to another and more recently through the publication by Luang Anusan Suntara.

In May 1931, Luang Anusan Suntara published a pamphlet on the subject of "Kwao Krua" describing different ways of preparing traditional folk medicine using Pueraria mirifica and the claims of its rejuvenating power. It is stated in the pamphlet that Pueraria mirifica can:

Serve as an anti-wrinkle agent for aged and wrinkled skin
Darken white hair, and increase hair growth
Alleviate cataract problems
Help with memory loss
Increase energy and vigor, increase flexibility in bodily movements
Increase blood circulation
Increase appetite, and
Alleviate sleep disorders

In 1932, Dr. A.F.G. Kerr, the Director of the Botanical Section of the Journal of the Siam Society, directed the attention of the scientific community to the fact that the tuberous roots of a Thai plant called "Kwao Krua", mistakenly identified then as Butea superba, were considered to be of value as a rejuvenating drug.

Dr. Kerr was the first to create international awareness of the rejuvenating qualities of this plant, which subsequently led to the isolation of a potent phyto-estrogen that is unique to this plant only and to the identification of the plant as Pueraria mirifica in 1952.

Serves as the "Fountain of Youth" for aged men and women.
Source: Medicinal Plant Research Institute, Department of Medical Sciences, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand; July 2000

Herbal supplements are not pharmaceuticals - a clinical response may only be noticed after several weeks of regular consumption