Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

PCOS affects 1 in 10 women worldwide. Here at S'moo, we're committed to spreading awareness on PCOS and helping women everywhere have the resources they need to manage their PCOS naturally.

What is PCOS?

PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) is a hormonal imbalance that affects 1 in 10 women. PCOS can cause a variety of symptoms and is commonly diagnosed during childbearing years and is the leading cause of Infertility. Doctors have not yet found the exact cause of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), however believe it may be caused from genetics and lifestyle habits.

Symptoms of PCOS may include but are not limited to: Irregular Periods, Missed or Absent Periods, Unexplained Weight Gain, Infertility, High Androgen Levels, Hirsutism, Thinning Hair or Hair Loss, Difficulty Losing Weight, Ovarian Cysts, Mood Fluctuations, Hormonal Acne and more.

Our PCOS supplements include highly studied and recommended vitamins for hormone balance including:


May help improve insulin sensitivity and has been shown to help regulate menstrual cycles and normal ovarian function.

Found in: Ovary Good products.

N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC)

May help improve insulin levels and insulin sensitivity, restore regular ovulation, and improve fertility.

Found in: Ovary Good products.


May help improve insulin sensitivity, fight fatigue, reduce stress levels, and promote mood balance & better sleep.

Found in: Ovary Good products.


May help regulate the irregular menstrual periods, improve fertility, decrease feelings of depression and help with body weight management.

Found in: Ovary Good products.

Vitamin D3

May help improve fertility, lower inflammation, reduce androgen levels and improve mood.

Found in: Ovary Good products.

Chromium Picolinate

May help improve insulin resistance and lower blood sugar levels which in turn help with weight management.

Found in: Ovary Good products.


May help improve PMS symptoms, improve fertility, reduce hair loss and thinning, reduce hormonal acne and reduce inflammation throughout the body.

Found in: Ovary Good products.

Chaste Tree Berry

May help with hormonal imbalance and help manage common PCOS symptoms naturally.**

Found in: Women's Multivitamin

Maca Root

May help boost fertility and libido by balancing hormones and lowering cortisol (the stress hormone) levels which can help relieve symptoms of PCOS.

Found in: Women's Multivitamin

Learn More About PCOS

The 7 Best Vitamins for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Ever wonder what the best PCOS vitamins are? In this article, we go over the 7 recommended vitamins, minerals and herbs for natural PCOS management that can help you in your journey to hormone balance.

My PCOS Success Story

Read our Founder, Karagan’s story on how she overcame PCOS. Karagan shares her story vulnerably in hope that it inspires you to find the opportunity in your circumstances to become the best version of you. 

How Ovary Good Balances Your Hormones

Are you wondering what all the hype is over Ovary Good, our best selling Hormone Balance Powder? Let’s dive into the 7 powerful vitamins, minerals and herbs that are in our formula,  and how they can help you on your PCOS journey.

Finding a Support Group for PCOS

1 in 10 women are diagnosed with PCOS, yet when we’re diagnosed… it’s so easy to feel alone and that there is no one to talk to. We want to help you find many women to connect with on your PCOS journey, and share the amazing support groups we’ve found in this article. 

The 4 Types of PCOS

Not all PCOS diagnoses are created equal. It’s true that there are distinguishing factors that may be causing your PCOS symptoms, and the hormone imbalance. This article is a great place to start to better understand your PCOS, and the different types of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome that exist.

Gluten Free Diet for PCOS: What You Need to Know

If you have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), you may have heard through the grapevine that you should consider going Gluten Free. Let's dive into the subject and get the facts, so you can have the information you need to make the best decision for you and your PCOS lifestyle.