The Male INFERTILITY Therapy Pack is a kit prepared to support the male reproductive and associated organs to promote fertility using herbal formulas.
Our patients typically show results by the second month. In combination with the included food plan, you'll enjoy improved overall health.
If you are currently overweight, the food and exercise plan should also result in some weight loss with a resulting increase in energy.
This THERAPY PACK INCLUDES:
* Four exclusive Eve's Herbs proprietary blend herbal formulas specifically combined for this Therapy Pack: Blend S, TATE:I, Blend O/N and Patic Fe
* Included FREE, Dr. Eve Campanelli's book, "Feeling Very Much Better" with short, concise and easy to read and use chapters which contain all the food and exercise recommendations, including foods to buy and foods to avoid (see Ch. 7 on The Reproductive Organs regarding fertility) - PLUS a chapter with healthy recipes, all to reinforce the effectiveness of the herbal formulas.
* An instruction sheet on how to use your Therapy Pack most effectively.
* A complimentary Eve's Herbs catalog with all of our formulas and their descriptions on how they may benefit you in dealing with a variety of health issues.
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