What Are Polycystic Ovaries?​​

This can also be called polycystic ovarian disease. If you have PCOS, you will have many small ovarian cysts. The cysts themselves are not harmful but they can lead to hormone imbalances. You can have ovarian cysts on one ovary or both. If you have them on both ovaries then you have bilateral polycystic ovaries. Getting pregnant with Polycystic Ovaries can be difficult.

Symptoms of PCOS

Your ovaries make a tiny amount of male sex hormones called androgens. If you have PCOS, your ovaries are triggered to start making more androgens than they should. This can:

  • Stop you from ovulating
  • Cause acne
  • Make extra hair grow on your face and body

Other symptoms of PCOS include:

  • Weight gain (and difficulty in losing weight with pcos)
  • Thinning hair on your scalp
  • Irregular periods – it’s common for women with PCOS to have less than nine periods in a year. Some women have no periods at all
  • Very heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Depression


Read Ramya’s Heart Warming Story, we helped her to have her beautiful baby boy, Veer.


“Three Doctors Gave Up On Me…

Thank you for all your guidance. We are now blessed with a baby boy. Here is a picture of me, my husband and our bundle of joy!

I just cannot express what Radiant wonder means to us – thank you for everything. Please keep up your good work! There are millions like me out there who would benefit from your kind services!!

My tube was blocked. Three doctors gave up on me. Besides the blocked tube I had PCOS, had irregular periods and out of balance blood work. I was so impatient. I was tired and frustrated with our situation. It had been going on for 10 years.

Actually, I lost hope. I had stopped all the medicines. Then a friend of mine said you should call this company. They are so positive and their energy is so good. There is a good and honest energy to this company. Just call them. Just go ahead. So I said, “ok, let me give a shot”.

That is the only thing that was in my mind. Let’s give a shot, last shot. No more medications. Nothing. This is the last thing I am going to try. And then I called. I spoke with an herbalist and then boom, boom things started to change. And now I am holding our baby. I am so grateful to everyone at Radiant Wonder.

The Cinnamon & Poria, I think that must have helped me a lot. I was also taking Super Fertility #3 and the Digest Ease #1. All three together were amazing. I followed the whole program (food and other suggestions).

First I was so happy when my blood tests came in all normal. I was feeling so good.

And then I got pregnant.

How did I feel when I found I was pregnant? I was speechless. This has been so long for me. A ten years journey. And now I was pregnant. I took the pregnancy test twice and then I went to the doctor. They did the blood test. And then they left me a voice message: “Hey Ramya, congratulations, you are pregnant!” My husband and I were so happy. Totally different world, and now I am holding our baby, Veer.

It means “strong and daring boy”. We both are so happy. You can see in the picture how happy we are!”

Ramya Greenfield, CT, USA


Traditional Chinese Medicine Recognizes Every Woman Is Unique – This Is Vital In Treating PCOS. This can be a great advantage when you are working with something like PCOS, because the symptoms can be so different for each individual woman. For example, you and your friend (who also has PCOS) may both have delayed and painful cycles.

But here’s where you differ…

For you, the pain stops when your cycle starts but for your friend, the pain starts with her cycle. Perhaps you have cold feet and have lost interest in sex while your friend has premenstrual lower back pain and migraines. A Chinese herbalist treats the root cause and your own individual symptoms so right from the beginning, you can start looking for specific, positive results.

How Chinese Medicine Can Help PCOS

Chinese Herbal Theory is based on the understanding of certain energies.

Primary Energies:

  • Hot
  • Cold
  • Dry
  • Damp

Your body contains a combination of all four energies. And, ideally, a healthy balance of all four. However, if one of these energies becomes overactive it can affect the healthy balance needed to maintain vibrant health. In PCOS, the most overactive energy is dampness. If you tend to feel cold a lot of the time, it can aggravate the pattern of dampness. This is because cold slows down the movement of body fluid. When your body fluid is not able to move freely, as it should, the fluid can condense and create excessive dampness. Dampness then creates the sticky substance that can cover your eggs. Too much damp energy creates a lethargic flow of energy in your body and can affect ovulation. You may ovulate later in the cycle or not ovulate at all.


What Can I Do About My PCOS?


It is our goal to help you activate your body’s self-healing mechanisms. Follow the simple steps below to rebalance your hormones and rid yourself of excess damp in the body. We would recommend you use come nourishing herbal formulas along with some simple exercises to help with your PCOS.

Recommended Herbal Formulas include:

PCOS is also often combined with a resistance to insulin and difficulty in metabolizing glucose. It is also common to have too much estrogen and luteinizing hormone circulating in your blood. It is your liver’s job to metabolize these hormones. That’s why it can really help to take herbal formulas to help the liver to be strong, healthy, and function efficiently (Restore Energy Plus & Liver Tonic 3000).

Radiant Eight Energy Exercises – These simple stretches take minutes to perform, but can have a profound effect if done regularly. Medical Qi gong is extremely effective at calming down your sympathetic nervous system. Swimming regularly or doing yoga can also calm down your sympathetic nervous system and positively affect your hormonal balance.

Fertility Massage – This is very helpful for PCOS, as you actually gently massage the ovaries at one point in the exercise. This Fertility Massage takes approx 10 minutes. Do the massage once a day after you finish bleeding, but before you ovulate.

Food Therapy – Did you know that most women with PCOS have endocrine abnormalities driven by their diet? You may be trying to conceive, but no one may have told you how to eat to enhance your fertility. With our Free Support Program, we will supply you will food therapy and diet suggestions, all of which are very flexible and simple to integrate into your specific lifestyle.

Acupuncture – We also recommend acupuncture as a supplemental therapy, as it can really compliment the herbal formulas you’ll be taking. In the 1990s there were studies done in Europe which showed that electro acupuncture restored ovulation in one-third of the test subjects.