From learning about homeopathy to understanding how to combat signs of aging, ProBLEN can help you achieve your health goals to live young and age well.

Adrenal & DHEA

The body’s stress hormones are regulated by adrenal glands, which are small, triangular glands right on top of the kidneys. They serve an important purpose in regulating several systems within the body through hormone release. Cortisol, aldosterone, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and other adrenal hormones all maintain some of the body’s most vital functions.

Periods of prolonged stress can cause the adrenal glands to “wear out”. Start preventing adrenal fatigue and its symptoms with ProBLEN Adrenal & DHEA Boosters.

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Mood, Insulin Function, Sleep


A thyroid imbalance can occur when your thyroid produces too much or not enough Triiodothyronine (T3), Thyroxine (T4), and Calcitonin. An underactive thyroid results in hypothyroidism, while an overactive thyroid causes hyperthyroidism. Both extremes cause problems of their own.

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Mood, Energy, Immune System

Understanding HGH

HGH is Human Growth hormone, which is naturally produced by the pituitary gland in the brain. As the name suggests, HGH is intrinsically connected to the growth and development of the cells in the human body. Cell reproduction is at the core of biological functions like tissue repair & healing, increase of muscle mass, bone growth, and height. Original HGH Booster can help you live your best life in a healthy body.

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Building Muscles, Sexual Vitality, Skin, Hair, & Nails

HGH and how IGF-1 & 2 Work Together

Human Growth Hormone supports several functions in the body such as muscle gain, calcium preservation, brain function, immune systems, and cell reproduction and replacement. This makes it central to our health and well-being, and as our bodies’ production HGH declines as we age, we start feeling the effects of imbalance. IGF-1 and IGF-2 (Insulin-Like Growth Factor) are clinically proven to increase cell restoration even further.

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Weight Loss, Energy, Immune System, Brain Function, Muscle Gain, Cell Reproduction


Testosterone levels are controlled by the pituitary gland. The hormone is transported through your blood in order to process many of your body’s functions in both men and women. Testosterone can naturally decrease with age so it’s important to maintain the correct levels.

Medical testing can reveal hormone imbalances, but individuals with lowered testosterone see a drop in physical energy, strength, and stamina. They may also experience weight gain or loss of sexual functions.

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Energy, Weight Gain, Hair Loss


Libido in both men and women is controlled by androgen hormones, primarily testosterone. It’s also strongly affected by environmental & other biological factors, like your mood and the effects of aging. Low libido can cause several problems, not just the absence of sexual enjoyment, but also the depression and potential relationship problems that can follow. In some ways, low libido can be a repeating cycle — it can lead to depression, which in turn leads to lower libido and vice versa.

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Energy, Sexual Vitality, Mood


While DNA does contain all of the information about our physical structure, it’s much more than simply a blueprint - DNA, along with RNA, are nucleic acids that serve many important functions in the body besides our genetic background.

DNA contains information used by our bodies’ cells in the construction of new proteins, which are needed for cellular growth and reproduction. RNA carries this information to the cells, enabling them to reproduce and repair themselves.

Since DNA and RNA are so important to protein construction and transport, they’re at the root of our bodies’ functions. The proper structure and function of our cells rely on DNA and RNA. Without healthy cells, our bodily systems suffer. Get health relief from ProBLEN’S DNA/RNA Booster.

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Immune System, Nutrient Absorption, Skin, Hair, & Nails

Menopause Symptoms

Menopause occurs when a healthy woman, who is not pregnant, goes for twelve solid months without going through a period. However, some menopausal symptoms can occur months or even years before its onset. When hormones fluctuate and the female body attempts to adjust, symptoms can occur that are both physical and mental. Some can be quite frustrating and uncomfortable and have a powerful negative effect on quality of life.

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Immune System, Nutrient Absorption, Skin, Hair, & Nails