WHY USE FEM 21
Specifically designed for women
- Not recommended for use in pregnancy.
- Not recommended whilst exclusively breastfeeding, generally safe after baby is 6 months.
- Not recommended if using oral contraceptives or implant devices as it may decrease the contraceptive action (can be used safely with an IUD)
- Monitoring is advised with high blood pressure if sensitive to licorice.
- Discuss use with your doctor or health care practitioner if you have any concerns
I welcome all enquiries, please get in touch if you have any questions or concerns, I’m happy to help.
Meah Robertson – Naturopath.
Instructions on how to take Fem21:
You can start with mixing 1 scoop of Fem21 in water, juice or into a smoothie. The amount of liquid you use to mix it with doesn't really matter, an average glass of 100-250ml is adequate. For some women they may find the high fibre content a bit to adjust to (i.e. feeling gassy or bloated), in this case please reduce to a 1/2 scoop for 7 days then increase a full scoop after this.
Some women do better on 2 scoops of Fem21 per day, either consistently (i.e. if their weight is greater than 85kg) or at specific times in their cycle, I recommend separating the two doses to one in the morning and one at night.
Australian made and owned
Fem21 is made with HACCAP approved Private Label Foods in Molendinar on the Gold Coast in Australia and is totally Australian owned. The 21 natural ingredients are sourced from local suppliers where possible. I’ve had a long standing relationship with John Heffernan the owner of Private Label Foods and I fully trust his ethical manufacturing processes. I have been involved in the manufacturing of Fem21 from the very beginning. In 2014 it started with a small sample to try & taste the formula.
I then went on to adjust the blend another 2 x times before settling on the final formula which is Fem21 today. The 3rd sample was then tested with SGS food labs in Brisbane to comply with the requirements of “Food Standards Australia”. Fem21 was then released on the 18th of February 2015. Here are a few pictures of the process coming together from the very beginning.