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Pro Fem Progesterone Creme
Nutritional Support For Women

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What Makes Pro Fem Progesterone Creme Different?

Pro Fem Progesterone Creme contains USP natural progesterone from soy. Pro Fem is used by women to prevent osteoporosis, premenstrual syndrome, some cancers and some of the side effects of estrogen replacement therapy. Recently, progesterone has been shown to be beneficial for men as well as women. Progesterone has been shown to both oppose the actions of estrogen and may inhibit the conversion of testosterone to DHT. In aging men, the increasing estrogen/testosterone ratio and the insignificant levels of progesterone are now thought to be the dominant factors promotiong prostate enlargement. Progesterone replacement by men over 55 could help prevent these conditions which are endemic to the aged male.

Product #8231
Pro Fem Progesterone Creme
(2 ounces)


Pro Fem Progesterone Creme contains Deionized water, aloe vera concentrate, progesterone USP, lanolin USP, glycerin USP, glyceryl monosterate SE, isopropyl palmitate, cetyl alcohol, jojoba oil, triethanolamine, black cohosh extract, mexican wild yam extract, burdock root extract, diazolidinyl urea, polysorbate 60, vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, lactic acid, disodium EDTA.

Dosage and Use (Women):

A very effective way to restore the body's normal progesterone level is by applying natural progesterone to the skin. Pro Fem Progesterone Creme is a rich, elegant, superior absorption creme containing an exclusive blend of ingredients including natural progesterone.

  • Massage into soft tissue areas such as chest, breast, underarms, face, abdomen, buttocks or inner thighs and apply to a different area every day to avoid saturating the skin/fat cells.

  • For severe osteoporosis, the following regimen is suggested:
    First jar: use 1/2 teaspoon morning and night.
    Second jar: use 1/4 teaspoon morning and night.

  • For those with only slight bone loss or low progesterone levels, whos goal is to prevent osteoporosis, the following regimen is suggested:
    Days 1 to 11 of cycle: no application
    Days 12 to end of cycle: 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon daily.

Dosage and use (Men)

  • 1/8 teaspoon should be used once or twice daily as above.

  • It may be more effective for the prostate if applied to the scrotum or other lower abdominal skin.

Night sweats:
Apply 3 times daily at 8 hr. intervals (1/2 tsp. total); rotate between face, chest, abdomen, hands, inner arms or inner thighs for even progesterone build-up.

Migraines: Apply to back of neck.

Taking Estrogen: Cut back 50% when beginning creme. Reduce to zero over next 4-6 months. Estrogen reduction varies with user's diet, exercise, and weight.

Taking Estrogen and Progestin: Discontinue use when beginning Pro Fem. Request estrogen-only prescription from doctor. Follow above guidelines.

No Longer Menstruating: Stop using creme for 5 consecutive days per month. If some vaginal bleeding occurs after 1-2 weeks of use, stop use for 1 week, then resume for 3 weeks.

Menstruating-No Menopausal Symptoms: Start creme on 12th day (day 1 if first period day) for 2 weeks until day 26.

Menstrual Cramps: Rub a little on lower abdomen. If irregular periods, day 1 is still the first day of period.

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Facts About Hormone Imbalance

Over the years, hormone imbalance may be one of the least acknowledged health issues affecting women. If you have experienced hot flashes, mood swings, PMS, breast tenderness, fatigue, depression or fluid retention, and may have been told by your doctor that "there's nothing wrong with you," you could have a hormone imbalance or estrogen-dominance. A saliva test can determine your hormone levels.

Several factors that contribute to this hormone imbalance are use of prescribed synthetic hormones as well as environmental xenoestrogens. Xenoestrogens are foreign substances from outside the body that have an estrogen-like effect in the body. Many of these xenoestrogens come from petroleum derived products such as pesticides, plastics, gas, oil, soaps, clothing and they're even in the meat, dairy products, and canned foods we eat. In our toxic world today it's impossible to avoid these foreign compounds.

Natural progesterone can assist in bringing a woman's body back into balance. Additionally phytoestrogens, plant-based compounds with estrogen-like activity, can bind with estrogen receptors in the body. This may block out some of the more potent and foreign estrogen donating substances. Because phytoestrogens have a much lower potency than estrogen produced by the body or xenoestrogens, this may also reduce problems caused by estrogen dominance.

A natural approach to rebalancing a woman's hormone levels is preferred to a synthetic approach and is better tolerated without the negative side effects of synthetic drugs. You might consider the following:

  • Natural Progesterone USP: A pharmaceutical grade extract from wild yam. USP is the highest grade for purity and potency and can be used to offset estrogen-dominance.

  • Red Clover: Contains a plant estrogen called coumestrol. Coumestrol is one of the most potent phytoestrogens. Studies of isoflavones derived from red clover have shown it may help lower the risk of heart disease and osteoporosis and aid in menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes.

  • Soy Isoflavones: A Phytoestrogen from soybeans. Studies have shown soy isoflavones to effectively reduce bone loss and increase bone density.

Any program that assists in rebalancing hormone levels should also include a full-spectrum nutrition program which provides approximately 120 nutrients on a daily basis including important essential fatty acids and calcium.

Excerpt from interview with Dr. Steven Whiting, Director, Institute of Nutritional Science. Reproduced with permission.

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