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Vlog Magick v.2

Ok, another vlog Woo! This one is a little lengthy coming in just under 10 minutes long. In this video I am just sharing with you what I am doing for the next 90 days in order to help alleviate my PCOS symptoms using herbs and tea. As I type this, I have missed two periods...again.


  1. Yogi Peach Detox tea
  2. Alvita Raspberry Leaf tea
  3. Vitamin Shoppe Tribulus
  4. Hawaii Pharm Vitex tincture 
  5. Rainbow Light Prenatal Vitamins
  6. Black Cohosh tincture 
Again, I apologize for repeating myself. I'm still getting the hang of this, sorry! In this video I will explain how I take the above herbs, tinctures, and teas. I may not keep up with everything on this list, but the Vitex and the Tribulus I do not miss a day.

I do not miss a day of Vitex or Tribulus.

I still struggle with drinking the tea, and I'm still having a hard time with my sugar intake. I did really good a couple days with no candy, sweets, soda. Things like that, but lately towards the weekend I started drinking soda, eating my fave peanut butter cups, and I love chocolate chip cookies 😞 What are some ways you are trying to alleviate your PCOS symptoms? Share your ways in the comments!

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