Yeah - tough to say with that formula since there's an awful lot going on in there.
Just to toss out a few ideas, though, here's what I might suggest:
1) try self-testing your homeopathics and your herbal/supplement combo to see how your body is reacting. Check yourself in the morning, and throughout the day to get a sense for dosing etc. (ie your body will tell you when it's time to stop dosing for the day. Lots of ways to do this, but a good start is Lady Barbara's page on it at her website www.ladybarbara.net
2) If your body *does* indicate a "no thank you" response to the herbal combo in particular, I'd go for a more simplified approach so that you can get a better sense of *which* herbs work/don't work/are more constitutionally appropriate for you. Along those lines, I tend to like DIY stuff/stuff that's easy to incorporate into my normal daily routine (and tends to be blissfully cheaper too
). I also tend to go for forms of herb that are easier to adjust based on how I'm feeling on a given day/what my body seems to be craving.
For example, you like coffee. How about trying an herbal "roasted roots" blend that includes some good liver-y herbs and brew that half-and-half into your normal morning cuppa? Eg - roasted dandelion or chicory root etc. Cuts down on the java consumption, but with a nice robust flavor that blends well with java etc. Mountain Rose Herbs makes a nice pre-blended one. They also have a nice herbal Chai blend with some roasted roots.
Another easy peasy thing is to just tote around a bottle of dandelion root tincture and squirt a dropperful or two into a small cup of hot water before meals.
Some other herbs I like that are very gentle but good for liver-y stuff are Calendula or St. Johnswort. Now that we are heading into colder weather and subsequent dry skin season in the Northern Hemisphere, I really like "anointing" my body with herbal oils. Gets the benefit of the herb in my system and keeps me from turning reptile
Calendula and/or a St. J's oil particularly as a belly rub would be very nourishing to the liver. Calendula would give the added benefit of keeping wintertime sluggy lymph moving along. St. J's is FABULOUS for that PMS-y/livery hormonal-induced bitchiness, IMO because it's got the good stuff for a fried nervous system, but also because it clears excess estrogen from the liver.
Lastly - while it's not a good herbal choice for *me* at the moment because I'm pregnant - Motherwort as a tincture is another wonderful herbal resource for menopausal ladies/PMS sufferers who are going through "road ragey" type feelings. Both a nice herbal bitter and a soul soother for rough moments. Went to a nice lecture that Susun gave about it and it's also fabulous for menopausal heart concerns - actually rebuilds coronary capillaries to the point of it being nicknamed "bypass in a bottle" (if taken regularly). A caution for that one is you definitely don't want to take it regularly if you're still getting your cycles and prone to flooding.
Anyway, just a few places to explore/tweak for you. I will say that nearly *everyone* is deficient in Magnesium and B vits to the point of needing at least occasional supplementation with those, so I'd still probably work with taking those separately even if the herbal combo *as a combo* isn't working for you.
HTH and Green Blessings,
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