Hormone Combination by DesBio


Homeopathic Indications: Hormone Combination is for the temporary relief of symptoms related to hormone imbalances or insufficiencies in men and women, including low energy, inability to handle stress, trouble focusing, changes in mood, infertility, irregular menstrual cycles (females), and lack of libido.

These statements are based upon traditional homeopathic practices. They have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration.

Why Hormone Combination?

Hormones are the powerful chemical messengers responsible for directing the body. Their influence impacts everything from mood, to metabolism, to reproduction and the hormone milieu plays a key role in overall health. Stress, external toxins, diet, and lifestyle can all impair hormone balance. In both men and women, maintaining synergy between all the major hormonal players is a key factor in total health. 

Hormone imbalance is defined as either too much or too little of a certain hormone and even the slightest disruption can have drastic effects. While hormonal shifts throughout the lifespan have been studied for years, researchers are now more closely evaluating seasonal and even hourly hormonal changes. In a 2016 study, it was shown that hormonal changes between morning and evening can augment muscle development in response to resistance training. Changes in Vitamin D levels between seasons can impact endocrine activity and may impact development in children and adolescents.

Hormone Combination contains homeopathic dilutions of all the major adrenal hormones and temporarily relieves symptoms often associated with hormone imbalance, such as low energy, inability to handle stress, mood swings, irregular menstrual cycles, and lack of libido. 

Hormone Harmony

While many practitioners often look to raise or manage single hormones, such as cortisol, progesterone, or testosterone, it is important to remember that hormones have complex metabolic relationships that are either permissive, synergistic, or antagonistic. Focusing on one individual hormone results in a failure to recognize the impact of this counterbalance. For example, the pregnenolone shunt is an HPA axis phenomenon that occurs when the body is under stress. The body “steals” pregnenolone in order to produce additional cortisol, resulting in low levels of several other hormones. Managing this as just an excess of cortisol or as a deficiency of another hormone would be insufficient to address the entire picture. Likewise, cortisol can be antagonistic to insulin, so focusing on cortisol alone could have detrimental effects on blood sugar management. An optimal hormone support program takes into account the relationships between hormones as well as the natural fluctuations that are seen hour to hour, day to day, and year to year. 



  • Acetaldehyde (6X 12X 30X 200X)
  • Dopamine Hydrochloride (6X 12X 30X 200X)
  • DHEA (6X 12X 30X 200X 12C 30C 60C 200C)
  • 7-oxo-dehydroepiandrosterone-3ß-acetate (8X 12X 30X 60X 200X 12C 30C 60C 200C)
  • Folliculinum (8X 12X 30X 60X 200X 12C 30C 60C 200C)
  • Oophorinum (8X 12X 30X 60X 200X 12C 30C 60C 200C)
  • Cholesterinum (8X 12X 30X 200X 12C 30C 60C 200C)
  • Progesterone (8X 12X 30X 200X 12C 30C 60C 200C)
  • Testosterone (8X 12X 30X 200X 12C 30C 60C 200C)
  • Cortisone Aceticum (12X 30X 200X 12C 30C 60C 200C)
  • Aldosterone (12C 30C 60C 200C)
  • Androsterone (12C 30C 60C 200C)
  • Follicle Stimulating Hormone (12C 30C 60C 200C)

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