In a nutshell, this post-natal supplement contains two synthetic compounds that could potentially cause allergic reactions.
The first is a synthetic chemical called pyrrolidine.
In the article that contains the first two ingredients, it says: “A chemical known as pyrilidine is used as a solvent to convert aldehydes and organic acids to the active form of the active ingredient pyrrolesterone.”
It then states: “Pyrrolidines are used to make polyphenols, or polyphenol metabolites, which can be used in pharmaceutical formulations.”
It’s not clear what exactly the pharmaceutical formulation of the first ingredient might be.
But it seems likely that it is a compound that is used to synthesize phenolic compounds, which are the primary chemical constituents of plants and other plants.
The second ingredient is a chemical called pyruvate.
In The Verge article, the article says:”It’s been known for decades that pyruvic acid is an essential component of many essential oils, but the exact mechanism of action is not well understood.”
The third ingredient, called glyceryl stearate, is a sugar alcohol, which means that it can bind with oxygen to form hydrophobic molecules.
It’s unclear what exactly these hydrophobic molecules are, but it seems plausible that they are molecules that would bind with the water and gas of the womb and thus could potentially interact with the fetus.
Both of these substances are present in the post-abortion products of Planned Parenthood.
The article continues: “It’s unclear whether these ingredients are also used by the fetus in the same way.
One of the ingredients, pyrrrolidine, is also found in the body of a fetus that is born alive.
Both compounds could potentially act as a potential carcinogen, and studies have shown that pyrrilidine can cause cancer in mice.”
If these compounds do cause any side effects, they would probably be quite mild, which would make them safe to use during pregnancy.
“The article says that these ingredients should be used during pregnancy to help prevent the risk of miscarriage.
If they cause any issues, the company should provide an alternative that is safer and more effective.
This article was updated on April 25, 2018 at 10:52 a.m. PDT.