All Natural Ingredients

all natural ingredientsVitacurve is a completely natural supplement that is non-allergenic. Our laboratory results have been developed through years of careful scientific experimentation and have been proven to promote butt enlargement in women and men when taken as directed. Each of the natural herbal ingredients below, when combined with the others in our patented formulation, work symbiotically to transfer fat from surrounding areas of the body to the buttocks.

Fenugreek

Fenugreek is a natural seed that is often used in Eritrean and Ethiopian cuisene. It also has many positive uses as a stand alone supplement. When combined with the other ingredients in vitacurve it assists in buttock enlargement. Fenugreek can also lower serum cholesterol and improve glucose tolerance.

Maca Root

Maca Root is considered by top researchers to be a true Adaptogen and often promoted as the "superfood of the Andes" by the natural products industry. It works to balance hormone levels in the body and increases energy and endurance.

Don Quai

Don Quai is a natural Chinese ingredient that promotes hormonal balance in women and helps keep estrogen and progesterone levels within the normal range. It's a nourishing blood tonic that has been used for centuries by Asian healers. More recently, clinical research has confirmed the effectiveness of this tonic herb.

Saw Palmetto

Saw Palmetto is a small palm type of plant that is technically called Serenoa repens. It is mainly found in the southeastern United States along the coast. Saw Palmetto produces yellow flowers and reddish black berries, the berries are used for the extract. There are several uses for this ingredient including the improvement of prostate health in men, but the natural hormonal balancing effects are what assist in buttock development.

Dandelion

Dandelion, or taraxacum officinale, historically has been most commonly used to treat liver diseases, kidney diseases, and spleen problems. It has also been used to treat digestive problems and skin conditions. Today, dandelion is used by some as a liver or kidney "tonic" as a diuretic, and for minor digestive problems.

Rose Hips

Rose Hips are extremely high in vitamin C (ascorbic acid), have some beta carotene (plant form of vitamin A), bioflavinoids, and considerable pectin. Soluble form of fiber, which helps to prevent inestinal cancers, lower saturated fats and triglycerides, helps to control blood pressure and is good for the heart.

Watercress

Watercress is considered a very beneficial plant and researchers have determined that eating watercress daily can significantly reduce DNA damage to blood cells, which is considered to be an important trigger in the development of cancer. Watercress contains a substantial supply of vitamins and minerals, including phosphorus, iron, calcium, slufur, nitrogen, and vitamins A and C.

Blessed Thistle

Blessed Thistle has traditionally been used in tonic drinks and in other preparations taken by mouth to enhance appetite and digestion. this herb has been tested in laboratory studies for its properties against infections, cancer, and inflammation with promising results.

Citrus Bioflavinoids

Citrus fruits are well known for providing ample amounts of vitamin C. But they also supply bioflavonoids, substances that are not required for life but that may improve health. The major bioflavonoids found in citrus fruits are diosmin, hesperidin, rutin, narignin, tangeretin, diosmetin, narirutin, neohesperidin, nobiletin, and quercetin.

L-Tyrosine

L-Tyrosine is a natural brain enhancer that works in men and women within a few hours to improve mental clarity and focus. L-Tyrosine is sometimes prescribed as an antidepresant, usually in combination with other nutrients and herbs that have mood elevation properties. Some doctors also recommend this amino acid for appetite control.

Soy Isoflavones

Soy products are the richest sources of isoflavones in the human diet. Isoflavones are a class of phytoestrogens plant-derived compounds with estrogenic activity. Soy isoflavones have antioxidant properties which protect the cardiovascular system from oxidation of LDL (the bad) cholesterol. They have been shown to help prevent the buildup of arterial plaque, which reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and stroke.

Wild Yam

Wild Yam has many effects on the body, among other things, it's very good for the liver and endocrine system, by toning and nourishing the liver it helps to balance hormone production. Wild yam is very well known for its steroidal saponins (chemical constitutes in the plant) contained within particularly diosgein, an important hormonal precursor for progesterone. Precursors provide necessary elements or building blocks to produce and balance the hormones progesterone and cortisone.