Well, I know I shouldn't be definitive about anything around here, but I wouldn't touch that stuff with a 10 foot pole.
It has magnesium and calcium (good) but then it says it has a combination of hormones from cows--adrenal, ovary, and thyroid. The FDA has very little regulatory muscle. Just because it's sold as a supplement doesn't mean it's safe or gives benefits--or even that it's processed right. An over the counter saw palmetto supplement turned out to have estrogen added. A different herb contained the prescription drug Coumadin. I'm pretty sure the FDA regards thyroid hormone as a controlled substance (prescription only).
That could really be playing with fire if it contains what it contains at significant levels. It could have inconsistent levels from pill to pill and who knows what effects any of these might have? Or, as www.consumerlab.com
has shown, a lot fo these supplements don't contain what they say they contain at the levels they claim, which would be money down the drain.
I can't see that it promotes your healthy hormones--it's giving you unknown amounts of cow hormone.
So yeah, I vote no--if it ain't broke, don't fix it!