Hormonal Balance Ingredients

Bust Bunny’s unique Hormonal Balance formula was developed by Bust Bunny’s CEO in hopes to help his own mother battle those hormonal imbalances she was suffering from. With his own research and lab testing, he was able to help relieve her from many symptoms individuals go through from the stress of what life gives us. What started as a simple approach has helped many Women AND Men who have battled Menopause and non-Menopausal symptoms such as Night Sweats, Mood Swings, Hot Flashes, Cramps, Nausea, Bloating, and individuals going through HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy). These ingredients that are found from nature along with Vitamin E have been combined perfectly to help create a formula for all individuals who need an extra boost of relief and happiness throughout their days .* The ingredients used in Bust Bunny are as follows:


This herb is native to India and used for thousands of years. Ashwagandha has been known to help reduce insomnia and improve sleep quality. This herb acts on the endocrine system by supporting hormone balance, reducing hot flashes and anxiety, and improving memory retention.

menopause herbs

Research has found that Ashwagandha improves resistance to stress by possibly decreasing cortisol production. Ashwagandha acts on the endocrine system (which produces hormones) by creating a hormonal balance in your body due to changes that occur over time. Read more about Ashwagandha’s impact!

Black Cohosh Extract (cimicifuga racemosea)

Native to the Eastern Woodlands of North America, numerous studies have been conducted to show the medical benefits of Black Cohosh.

The Black Cohosh plant

Studies suggest that Black Cohosh is similar to the drugs used in hormone replacement therapy. Black Cohosh has been valued by many societies for its nutritional support for women. A popular herb for women, it helps restore healthy menses and soothes irritation & congestion of the cervix, uterus and vagina. Having effective amounts of calcium, potassium, magnesium and iron, Black Cohosh Root is also an abundant source of estrogenic substances. Herb’s nutritional support accelerates the new tissue formation. Read more about Black Cohosh Extract’s impact on getting larger breasts naturally!


Reducing menstrual pain is one of the main uses of Chamomile. Many studies have linked chamomile tea to reduced severity of menstrual cramps. A 2010 study, for example, found that consuming chamomile tea for a month could reduce the pain of menstrual cramps. If you are not one who likes tea, you can take this in the form of a capsule a few days before your menstrual cycle and notice a difference in symptoms as well.


Women who take chamomile regularly have noticed a reduction in anxiety and distress associated with period pain. Reducing inflammation is linked to chamomile as inflammation is an immune system reaction to fight infection. Chamomile tea contains chemical compounds that may reduce inflammation with the proper dosages. Read more about Chamomile’s impact!

Dong Quai (angelica sinensis)

Called the “female ginseng” dong quai is an all-purpose herb for a wide range of female gynecological complaints. The root of Dong Quai is undoubtedly the most honored and respected herb in China, and is quickly gaining an equal reputation among users in the rest of the world.

Dong Quai has been shown to assist the body in efficiently using hormones. It contains estrogenic substances that exert regulating effect on estrogen levels and on estrogenic biological mechanisms. They enhance estrogenic effects when estrogen levels are too low, and compete when levels are too high. The herb accelerates the healing of wounds and stimulates white blood cell production. The herb directly effect breast enlargement. Read more about Dong Quai’s impact on getting larger breasts naturally!

Ginger Root

Menstrual cramps or other known as dysmenorrhea is one of the symptoms that ginger root is known to bring relief to. Research shows that taking ginger root during the first 3-4 days of a menstrual cycle decreases pain in women and teens with painful menstrual periods. You may take it three days before your menstrual cycle arrives for even better results. Researchers have shown that ginger can be used as an alternative to some pain medications such as ibuprofen, mefenamic acid, or Novafen.

Ginger for menopause

With Ginger Root being an ingredient in Bust Bunny Hormonal Balance capsules, most women will see a noticeable change in their symptoms for menopause and PMS. The herb is natural and is considered safe by the FDA (it is listed on their Generally Regarded as Safe list, or GRA). Ginger Root has been used to effectively assist women for many years. Read more about Ginger Root’s PMS impact!

Red Clover (Trifolium Pratense)

The red clover or original name Trifolium pratense is found natively in Europe, Western Asia and Northwest Africa. The flower tops are typically used to make medicine although it has a variety of benefits. A few of the main purposes of red clover is for indigestion, high cholesterol, breast pain, menopause symptoms such as hot flashes and premenstrual syndrome.

red clover benefits

Red Clover contains isoflavones that are similar to estrogen, which means that red clover is often used as a source of bio-identical hormones. You can enjoy the benefits of red clover in many forms such as capsules, teas, raw sprouts and liquid extracts. Read more about Red Clover’s impact on getting larger breasts naturally!


Also known as wild asparagus or Asparagus racemosus, which is a member of the asparagus family. This herb has been known to treat menopausal symptoms in women. This herb helps to bring your body back to balance by giving your body what it is missing.

Shatavari Powder

Shatavari is not just for women, men can take it, too as it is known to help with impotence. If you and your partner both take it, it’s been known to act as a natural aphrodisiac that brings lovers closer together which is why it is great for both men and women. Read more about Shatavari’s impact!