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INOSIA is a specially designed and scientifically based all-natural supplement intended to decrease polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) symptoms. Scientific evidences recognize that medicinal plants and natural insulin sensitizers help women both to relieve PCOS’s symptoms and improve reproductive health.

YATECH has consolidated, in a single supplement, natural compounds clinically recognized to decrease testosterone levels, promote the balance sex hormones, maintain healthy blood sugar and weights, regularize the menstrual cycle, increase the number of ovulatory cycles, improve ovarian response during fertility treatments, egg quality, fertilization rate, embryo quality, while decreasing the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation.

Approved by Santé Canada. NPN : 80075282

Recommended Dose: 4 pills per day, during 3 to 6 months

Price:$39.99 Array
  • Quantity:


  • Inositol
  • Myo-inositol : 300 mg
  • D-Chiro-inositol : 7,5 mg
  • N-Acetyl-L-cystéine : 25 mg
  • Chrome (Picolinate de chrome (III)) : 50 mcg
  • Vanadium (Produit de chélate de vanadium PVP) : 18,75 mcg
  • Vitex (Agnus-castus-Fruit) : 40,5 mg
  • Pivoine de Chine (Paeonia lactiflora, pivoine blanche, plant entier) : 100 mg
  • Réglisse (Racine de Glycyrrhiza glabra):15 mg
  • Actée à grappes noires (Actaea racemosa-Racine) : 5 mg

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