Ova Health capsules


Ova health is a natural blend of vitamins ,minerals and antioxidant which work together to improve women’s  egg and embryo quality by strengthening the antioxidant defense mechanism thus preventing oxidative stress

The formula comprises:

Vitamin E Experts believe that good vitamin E levels are important because the vitamin is found in the fluid around the development of eggs. (Deficiencies in mice have also been linked to impaired fertility) When taken by men, vitamin E (E) also helps promote sperm health. It also has strong antioxidant properties for women’s and men.

Folic acid There is no doubt that folic acid helps with pregnancy, and it is necessary to take it during pregnancy, for a number of reasons, the most important of which are: It prevents your child from having deformities such as defects of the neural tube or the spinal cord. Low fetal weight

Alpha Lipoic Acid when given in high doses can reverse the oxidative stress that leads to neuropathy using its antioxidant properties, and reduce symptoms of diabetic neuropathy

Co-Enzyme Q10 The health of a woman s eggs was improved by supplements of 600 mg per day and fertilization rates were increased as well

Chastberry (vitex agnus-castus)(fruit) Vitex may improve female fertility due to its possible effect on prolactin levels  . This may be especially true in women with luteal phase defect, or a shortened second half of the menstrual cycle. This disorder is linked to abnormally high prolactin levels and makes it difficult for women to become pregnant.

Proprietary Blend of

Myo-Inositol which is used to medication polycystic ovaries syndrome.

Grape Seed Extract(vitis vinifera L.) Grape seeds are rich in antioxidants, including phenolic acids, anthocyanins, flavonoids, and oligomeric proanthocyanin complexes.

Melatonin melatonin increases egg quality, leading to higher fertilization rates, the antioxidant properties of melatonin may be one of the ways it works to enhance fertility outcomes

L-Arginine which is  improve ovarian response, endometrial receptivity.