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Capsules for Women Care

Priortiy Herbal's Sharvari has been scientifically designed to take care of women health issues, particularly linked to hormonal imbalance.

Hormonal Problems In Women


Hormonal imbalance may happen to women at any point of time. Every one out of ten women in India faces hormonal imbalance. Hormonal changes may affect women any time from birth to death. 

Hormonal imbalance in women results in low or high cortisol, lower progesterone levels, high or low estrogen levels, high or low testosterone, under-active thyroid levels, insulin and leptin resistance. Hormonal imbalance like PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) is the most common one, and is also a leading cause of infertility in women as it interferes with ovulation. PCOS is problematic and could pose as a major threat to both mother and baby.

An estimated one in five (20%) Indian women suffer from PCOS. If not monitored in time, the condition can have serious health impacts. PCOS is not a disease, but a condition that can present itself in different ways. While younger women may suffer from irregular periods, experience hirsutism (unwanted male-pattern hair growth) and obesity, in the slightly older age group, it may lead to infertility, risk of miscarriages and more. Conceiving a baby can be difficult with PCOS. Women with PCOS are at a high risk of developing diabetes, high blood pressure, and other health complications. 


Menopause, which typically occurs in women in their middle age (between the age of 45 and 55), is the ending of a woman's monthly menstrual periods and ovulation (the production of eggs). It marks the cessation of a woman’s reproductive ability or fertility. During this transition the body (ovaries) begins producing smaller amounts of the hormones, estrogen and progesterone and causes several changes to the body and mind that reduce the quality of life. The transitional time of menopause can produce symptoms that range from mildly irritating to health-threatening. Symptoms of menopause can include abnormal vaginal bleeding, decreased libido, hot flashes, night sweats, lack of sleep, headaches, vaginal and urinary symptoms, impairment of cognitive function and mood changes (increased anxiety or irritability). Complications that women may develop after menopause include osteoporosis and heart disease.

Causes Of Hormonal Imbalance in Women

Natural Life Events

Some causes of hormonal imbalances in women are natural. Hormones fluctuate during menstrual cycle, which can lead to symptoms such as bloating or insomnia. Pregnancy and breastfeeding also affect your hormones. Menopause leads to hormonal changes as well. 


Some causes of hormonal imbalances, however, occur for other reasons, such as

Issues With Thyroid

An overactive or underactive thyroid causes imbalances in the levels of thyroid hormone in your body. These issues may occur as a result of an autoimmune condition, medication, tumors, and more. An overactive or underactive thyroid causes imbalances in the levels of reproductive hormones in your body


Stress causes the body to produce cortisol. Too much cortisol can lead to Cushing syndrome. Long-term stress exposes the body to high levels of cortisol for long periods and can affect the levels of other hormones in the body. 

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Eating Disorders

Eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa, can affect the hormone levels, leading to too little estrogen, low bone density, and other problems. 

Birth Control

Some types of birth control pills have hormones in them, which then affect the hormones in the body. They can cause issues such as a lack of periods, irregular periods, heavy bleeding, weight gain, digestive problems, and more. Coming off of hormonal birth control may also temporarily affect the natural hormone levels as they rebalance themselves. 

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Other Causes


Obesity (excess weight due to an unhealthy diet and lack of physical exercise), Family history of PCOS or Type 2 diabetes and Insulin resistance (Type 2 diabetes) are some additional causes for hormonal imbalances


Symptoms of hormonal imbalances in women include:

  • Heavy, irregular, or painful periods

  • Osteoporosis (weak, brittle bones)

  • Hot flashes and night sweats

  • Vaginal dryness

  • Breast tenderness

  • Mood swings and depression

  • Loss of Libido

  • Indigestion, Constipation and diarrhea

  • Acne during or just before menstruation

  • Uterine bleeding not associated with menstruation

  • Hirsutism (Increased hair growth on the face, neck, chest, or back)

  • Infertility

  • Weight gain

  • Thinning hair or hair loss

  • Skin tags or abnormal growths

  • Deepening of the voice

  • Pelvic Pain

  • Sleeping problems

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Women Care Capsules

For Hormonal Problems In Women

Priority Herbals has developed a natural solution for all womanly woes. ‘SHARVARI’ helps in correcting hormonal imbalance linked health issues like Irregular Periods, Menopausal symptoms, PCOS and leucorrhea. It also provides relief from the associated pain and discomfort.


About the Product

PRIORITY HERBAL’S SHARVARI has been scientifically designed to take care of women health issues, particularly linked to hormonal imbalance. It contains high quality standardized extracts of Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus), Aloe vera, Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Guggul (Commiphora mukul), Kapikacchu (Mucuna pruriens) and Hibiscus.


Benefits of Herbal Ingredients 

  • Relieves Menstrual Problems: Helps relieve cramps, pain, excessive bleeding, nausea and bloating during menstruation

  • Relieves Menopausal Symptoms: Helps in menopausal depression, mood swings, hot flashes, sleep problems and fatigue

  • Improves Bone Health: Helps increase bone density, slows down the bone loss and thereby reduces the risk of developing osteoporosis or bone fractures

  • Regularizes Periods: Helps to restore hormonal balance in women and helps to regularize irregular menstrual cycles

  • Acts as Uterine Tonic: Helps in conditions like endometriosis, cysts and fibroids and acts as a uterine tonic for irregular menstrual cycles and miscarriage

  • Reduces Recurrences of UTIs: Low estrogen results in urogenital atrophy or vaginal thinning. Dryness, bleeding, itchiness and even urinary incontinence usually follow. So ultimately, menopause and vaginal thinning can create the perfect environment for bacterial infections. Supplementing with hibiscus extract per day reduces the reoccurrence of UTIs in women significantly.

  • Helps in Weight Loss: Hibiscus inhibits enzymes that break down complex sugars and starches, making it a safe herbal alternative to weight loss. In addition to blocking the absorption of sugars, it also has cleansing and anti-bloating properties, helping rid the body of excess fluids and therefore further contributing to weight loss, especially in premenstrual and menopausal women. Guggul and Aloe vera also help in weight loss

  • Useful in Leucorrhoea: Helps reduce white discharge from vagina

  • Improves Mood: Helps increase sexuality, increase libido, reduce stress, irritability and depression, and improve sleep quality


  • How much Hairfall is of concern and requires treatment?
    The American Academy of Dermatology has also stated that it is normal for a person to lose about 50–100 hairs each day. Anyone who notices that they are losing much more hair than they usually do (during combing or washing) or observe any warning signals like gradual thinning at the forehead or receding hairline, circular patchy bald spots or loosening of hair should consult a doctor (dermatologist or trichologist).
  • What are the reasons for excessive hairfall?
    Excessive hair fall can be the result of one or a combination of the below mentioned reasons: Family history (heredity) The most common cause of hair loss is a hereditary condition called androgenic alopecia. In men, it’s called male pattern hair loss and in women it’s called female pattern hair loss. It usually occurs gradually and in predictable patterns - a receding hairline and bald spots in men and thinning hair or widening part in women. It is due to the effect of testosterone metabolites (DHT) in genetically susceptible hair follicles. Hormonal changes Hormonal changes caused due to pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, PCOD or thyroid problems can cause permanent or temporary hair loss. Stopping some types of birth control pills can also cause a temporary hormonal imbalance. Medical conditions Medical conditions include Alopecia areata (immune system related condition which causes patchy hair loss), Scalp infections (such as ringworm or scalp psoriasis) and Trichotillomania (a hair-pulling disorder). Sexually transmitted infection (STI) like Syphilis can also lead to hair loss. Left untreated, syphilis can cause patchy hair loss on the scalp, eyebrows, beard, and elsewhere. Nutritional Deficiencies Vitamin deficiencies (particularly B, C, D and E) or too little biotin, iron, protein, or zinc can lead to hair loss. Medications Hair loss can be a side effect of certain drugs, such as those used for cancer (both chemotherapy and radiotherapy), arthritis, depression, heart problems and high blood pressure. Stress Any kind of physical trauma (surgery, accident or a severe illness) can cause temporary hair loss. This can also happen after a stressful time in your life, such as a divorce, death of a loved one or financial crisis. Stress can affect the blood supply to the hair follicles thereby reducing the nutrition required for hair strength and growth. Dramatic weight loss Sudden weight loss is a form of physical trauma that can result in hair fall. It may be possible that the weight loss itself is adding stress to your body or that diet restrictions which are part of weight loss program are resulting in vitamin or mineral deficiencies. Loss of hair along with noticeable weight loss may also be a sign of an eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia. Hairstyles and treatments Excessive hairstyling or hairstyles that pull your hair tight can cause a type of hair loss called traction alopecia. Hot-oil hair treatments, permanents, bleaching, dyeing, straightening, curling etc. also cause damage to the hair. Before starting any treatment what are the important things to know? Before starting any treatment, you need to try to identify the reason for your hair fall. You need to understand if it can be treated by simple steps at home like proper diet/nutrition, proper hair care and reducing stress levels, or does it require medical treatment.
  • How do I know why am I losing hair?
    Medical health screening is required to understand the reason for hairfall. It includes following blood tests for, Complete blood count (CBC) Iron level Vitamin B Vitamin D3 Thyroid function tests Biopsy of the scalp In addition to the above, a female need to know if she got any of the Hormonal problems like, Irregular menstrual cycles PCOD Menopause. Females suffering from these problems tend to face hairloss issues. You may also need to identify if you are going through any of the below: Stressful situations Any rigorous weight loss program Simply habitual to pulling out hair
  • What are the therapies that I should look for?
    After identifying the cause/causes for hairfall you need to first try to treat the root cause. If you have a deficiency of Iron (or haemoglobin) you should take tonics containing iron (referred to as hematinics) If you have a hormonal issue take natural or herbal supplements to correct hormonal imbalances (allopathic medicines pose risks of cancer on prolonged use) If it is due to stress de-stress yourself or take anti-stress medicines. To treat androgenic or genetic alopecia, reduce DHT levels with Flaxseed, Green tea, Amla, Grape seed and other natural remedies (the most commonly available allopathic medicines are reported with several drawbacks such as allergic contact dermatitis, scalp irritation, burning, unwanted hair growth, ejaculation disorder, and decreased libido) Alongwith these remedies use Hair growth supplements or Oils to accelerate hair growth to regain hair at a faster pace. You need to understand that it takes almost 2 -6 months minimum to show desired results with any form of treatment.
  • What are the different herbs and oils that are good for hair?
    Herbs like Bhringraj, Aloe vera, Methi, Hibiscus, Amla, Tulsi, Jatamansi and oils like Almond oil, Coconut oil, Sesame oil, Lemon seed oil, Tea tree oil, Jojoba oil and many more have great effects on hairfall, hair growth and hair quality.
  • What are the Do’s and Don’ts for reducing hairfall?
    Do’s Have a nutritious protein rich diet Massage your scalp and hair with oil on a routine basis Keep scalp sweat-free Treat itchy scalp on time Treat dietary deficiencies Treat health conditions like thyroid issues, anemia, hormonal imbalances, etc. Don’ts Avoid harsh chemicals on hair and scalp (shampoos, colorants, etc.) Reduce alcohol intake Avoid smoking Reduce stress Avoid brushing wet hair Avoid constant heating and drying of hair Avoid frequent hair coloring and hair styling Prevent traction alopecia Avoid medications which cause hairfall
  • How does Priority Herbal’s STOPFALL OIL work?
    Priority Herbal’s STOPFALL OIL has been scientifically designed using selected herbs and essential oils which act in multiple ways to reduce or prevent hairfall and promote new hair growth. The product contains best quality herbs like Bhringraj, Brahmi, Grape seed, Jatamansi, Methi, Tulsi, Hibiscus, Neem and Amla. It also contains oils like cedarwood, sandalwood and almond. The base oil comprises of a mixture of coconut and sesame oil. The overall effects of the ingredients are mentioned below: Helps Reduce Hairfall: Herbs like Hibiscus, Tulsi, Amla, Almond & Cedarwood oil are known to reduce hairfall and strenghthen hair roots Helps Increase Blood Circulation: Helps increase blood circulation to the hair follicles thereby providing strength and nutrition to the hair Helps Protect the Scalp: Due to the anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and antioxidant activities of its constituent herbs it helps protect the scalp against infections and dandruff Protects Hair Follicles: Protects the integrity of hair follicle cells from oxidative damage, giving hair strands a longer lifespan before falling off. This is due to the presence of antioxidants like Grape seed extract and Amla. Provides Nourishment: Coconut oil, Almond oil, Sesame oil, Hibiscus and Amla help provide nourishment to the hair and scalp thus promoting hair strength, growth and hair quality. It also helps increase hair elasticity and prevent hair from drying and turning brittle, thickens the hair strands, prevents dryness and dandruff, improves scalp health and accelerates hair growth. Reduces stress: Jatamansi and Brahmi help reduce stress levels. Stress is both the cause and result of hairfall. So reducing stress helps reduce hairfall. Helps Reduce Dandruff: Neem and Sandalwood oil help reduce dandruff and itching. Helps Reduce Hair Greying: Herbs like Methi and Bhringraj help reduce greying of hair.
  • How long does it take for Stopfall oil to show its results?
    It takes almost 2-3 months for the product to show the desired results. If a person does not have any health issues which may trigger hairfall or if the condition has been treated the product may start showing results in 1-2 months itself.
  • How to use STOPFALL OIL?
    Apply 3-5ml of Stopfall oil on the scalp and along the length of hair at night. Give a gentle massage with finger tips and keep it overnight. Wash in the morning using mild shampoos.
  • For how long can I use this product?
    The product can be used for long period safely as it is 100% natural and made from best quality herbs.
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