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Happy PMS Cream and other great natural hormone balancing creams for every walk of life.  All boasting of the same natural ingredients and superior results as Happy PMS Cream.  Visit our catalog site – bio-identical hormone cream category to see what we have to offer. (This will take you to our other website)

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We love to educate.  See what you can learn and apply.  Read articles about Progesterone below.  Please feel free to contact us if your question is not answered below.

Happy PMS Cream

happy pms cream natural progesterone creamHappy PMS cream is an exciting product and used by 1000s and 1000s of women worldwide during pregnancy, for relief from PMS and menopausal symptoms and pretty much anything progesterone-need related. Happy PMS Cream is a trans-dermally applied natural progesterone in an advanced light, greaseless, moisturizing formulation of natural progesterone in a hypoallergenic, non comedogenic (won’t clog pores) aloe vera base, free of odor and fragrance.

  •  No Mineral Oil is used in Happy PMS progesterone cream
  •  Happy PMS is Cruelty Free
  •  Plant derivative natural product

Fertile Balance Organic Cream

fertile balance organic natural progesterone cream USPFertile Balance Natural Progesterone USP Cream’s ingredients are practically perfect in every way.  Ingredients: Purified Water, Aloe Vera Gel*, Micronized Progesterone USP from Yams, Evening Primrose Oil, Vitamine E (Tocopherol), Dexapanthenol (Vitamin B5), Burdock Root Extract*, Damiana Extract, Chamomile Extract*, Milk Thistle Extract*, Shea Butter, Glyceryl Stearate, Vitamin A Palmitate, Allantoin (Comfrey Root), Vegetable Glycerin, Grape Seed Extract*  *denotes organic herbal ingredients

  • designed according to Dr. Lee’s specifications for the correct mg progesterone USP per ounce.
  • to bring a Fertile Balance back in your hormones
  • comes in a 2 oz jar with measuring spoon for every last drop
  • contains several organic herbal ingredients

Andropause Cream - progesterone for men

andropause cream prostate progesterone cream for menAndropause Cream natural progesterone cream made exclusively for men.

Ingredients: Saw Palmetto Berry, Pygeurn africanum, American Ginseng, Bearberry Extract , Pumpkin Seed Oil, Natural Progesterone; from Wild Yam, Natural Vitamin C, OptiZinc.

Benefits may include:

  • Decrease in prostate enlargement
  • Decrease in urinary urgency
  • Increase in libido and sexual performance
  • Slows or stops the growth of prostate cancer
  • Enhances male fertility

Pain Away Cream for Arthritis Relief

pain away cream arthritis pain relief formula peppermint and unscentedPain Away Cream; unscented or scented with essential oils. Ingredients: Deionized Water, Natural Glycerin, Stearalkonium Chloride (Plant Derived), d-Alpha Tocopherol Acetate (Natural Vitamin E), Peppermint Oil, Devil’s Claw, Yucca, Glucosamine Sulfate, Methyl-Sulfonyl-Methane (MSM), Ginger, Emu Oil, Pregnenolone, Rosemary Extract, Zinc

Benefits may include:

  • relief from aches, arthritis pain and Inflammation, joint pain and sprains
  • flexes stiffness
  • no stinging
  • comes in 3 oz pump, 2 and 4 oz jars with measuring spoons

happy pms progesterone cream

Happy PMS Cream

$17.95 or less

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Balance Cream Progesterone

$16.95 or less
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fertile balance organic natural progesterone cream USP

Fertile Balance Organic
Progesterone Cream

$21.95 or less
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Andropause Cream for Men

$17.95 or less
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And some other natural hormone creams, gels and oils that might interest you…

Estriol Creme

$33.95 or less
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Pain Away Arthritis Relief Cream

$17.95 or less (3oz pump)
$12.95 or less (2 oz jar)
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Fertile Gel - Boost libido and fertility

4 oz $32.95 or less
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Natural health is the passion of our company and we strive to bring you the safest and most efficient products available for hormonal natural health care and beyond.

Remember that natural progesterone cream is tooted as a must have by Dr. John R. Lee MD during pregnancy as well as before and after. Babies have been shown to have a higher IQ when a proper level of progesterone was present.

Balance Cream Natural Progesterone Cream in 2 oz pump and Jar 2ozHappy PMS Moisturizing Body Cream; a 100% bio-identical, natural progesterone cream – Now the same formula but a new name and it cost less.

The most effective method of restoring physiological-equivalent to normal body function- progesterone levels, is with the proper supplementation of transdermally applied natural progesterone. Happy PMS Body Cream as well as Balance Cream Natural Progesterone Cream (same ingredients but costs less – starting at only $16.95) share a technologically advanced light, greaseless, moisturizing formulation of natural progesterone in a hypoallergenic, non comedogenic (won’t clog pores) aloe vera base, free of odor and fragrance. 1200 mg of natural progesterone in each bottle (that’s 25 mg per 1/4 teaspoon dose). 2 ounces pump or jar.

COMPARE – same ingredients but one costs less – YOU decide. To order Happy PMS, Balance Cream or other bio-identical hormone or fertility products click here.

happy pms cream natural progesterone creamThe most effective method of restoring physiological-equivalent to normal body function- progesterone levels, is with the proper supplementation of transdermally applied natural progesterone. Happy PMS Body Cream is a technologically advanced light, greaseless, moisturizing formulation of natural progesterone in a hypoallergenic, non comedogenic (won’t clog pores) aloe vera base, free of odor and fragrance. 1200 mg of natural progesterone in each bottle (That’s 25 mg per 1/4 teaspoon dose). 2 ounces per pump bottle or jar.

andropause cream prostate progesterone cream for menMen who will benefit from Adam’s Prostate Care are men who:

  • Get up several times a night with little satisfaction?  Feel an urgency in your bladder from prostate pressure?
  • Have impotence or less firm erections. Have you been considering Viagra or even a natural alternative to Viagra?
  • Have less intense orgasms – Do you have less of a sensitivity leading to a less than satiated feeling?
  • May suffer from infertility – Have you become infertile or unable to perform in order to achieve pregnancy for your mate?
  • Have been diagnosed with an enlarged prostate.

Estriol Oil 2oz-Pump with syringeEstriol Oil contains bio-identical, bio-available, natural estriol USP only. No conjugated estrogens or dangerous fabricated drugs. Gentle, natural oils suspend the estriol and it is warmed (cold pressed) but never “cooked” making it even more bio-available.

With our natural ingredients you receive an outstanding estriol oil product.  Comes with a pre-measured syringe for the perfect amount every time. May be used vaginally as well.

fertile balance organic natural progesterone cream USPFertile Balance natural progesterone cream, with organic ingredients is made to the specifications of Dr. Lee. It comes in a 2 oz jar or 3 oz pump. Each 1/4tsp provides 20mg of micronized progesterone USP. It is rich and creamy and because it is micronized it is more bio-available.

Estriol Creme Estriol natural estrogen creamOur Estriol Creme contains bio-identical, bio-available, natural estriol USP only. No conjugated estrogens or dangerous fabricated drugs. With our natural ingredients you receive an outstanding estriol creme product.

Excerpt from “What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause” by Dr. John R. Lee, M.D. If a three-month trial of progesterone plus proper diet and supplements of magnesium and vitamin B6 do not relieve hot flashes or vaginal dryness, then low-dose natural estrogen may be helpful. All the available evidence we have so far indicates that Estriol is the safest estrogen to use to control menopausal symptoms, and that it may

A creme rather than oral supplement assures that Estriol Creme will be more effective. Entering the body through the skin does not interfere with the digestive process of capsules and gel cap pills. Bio-availability is highly increased through the application of the skin. Estriol is not a dangerous, molecularly changed product.

A dose of 2 to 4 mg is the equivalent of .6 to 1.25 mg conjugated estrogen. It has been available in Europe for many years and is now available in the US.

pain away cream arthritis pain relief formula peppermint and unscentedPain Away Cream is a revolutionary cream that combines the natural, yet powerful, pain relief of pregnenolone, Ginger Extract and Emu Oil with the cartilage and joint building benefits of Glucosamine Sulfate and MSM. And unlike other topical pain creams that have distinctive, often unpleasant smells, the deep penetrating formula of Pain Away is odorless with no color added.

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Our prices are very competitive across the web but even more than just price is our outstanding customer service and knowledge of fertility and hormone balance.

Looking for more than just these three products?  How about DHEA Cream, Testosterone Cream for men and women, L-Arginine get for libido and sexual health, These are just a small number of other products we bring to you from Whole Family Products.

Happy PMS Progesterone Cream

  • 25 mg of progesterone USP per 1/4 tsp.
  • 1200mg per 2 oz

Balance Cream

Same ingredients as Happy PMS but for less
  • Same ingredients; just a different label and COSTS LESS (only $16.95 or less)
  • 25 mg of progesterone USP per 1/4 tsp.
  • 1200mg per 2 oz

Andropause Prostate Cream

  • 12.5 mg of natural progesterone USP per 1/4 tsp.
  • $17.95 each with discounts starting at 2 bottles.

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What do others say about Happy PMS and Balance Cream?

Hi, I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for such a wonderful product. I am 28, and have endometriosis. The past 6 -9 months I have had horrible cramps for 3 weeks out of each month. Cramps that were so bad, I have been taking prescribed pain pills to combat the pain. I saw your product on E-Bay and asked other users their experience. Based on what they said, I ordered Happy PMS Cream. In the two months that I have used it my symptoms increasingly got better. This past month, I only experienced minor cramps that accompanied my period. One of the greatest things, I’ve not noticed ANY side effects.

Thanks again, and you will see me ordering every 2 – 3 months!

Mineola, Tx

My name is B…Cook and I’m 30 years old.  I have lived in Georgia for 9 years. From the first time I ever had a period it was awful.  I had lower back pain, very moody, fibrocystic breasts, and my cramps were just unbearable, I ended up in bed for 3 days. Once I had kids I thought all the symptoms would go away.  I was wrong.  The lower back pain wasn’t as bad but it was still there, and I was still moody.  My cramps got worse.  I couldn’t stand that pain for 6 days every month.  The doctor said he couldn’t do anything for me.
I heard about Balance Cream natural progesterone cream and was told to try it.  That it would help my cramps and other symptoms of PMS.  I used the cream for 30 days.  When it was almost time for my next period I prayed it would work and my cramps would be gone.  My period started and I had very minor cramping.  I was so happy.  After living with these cramps for so long, it was a great relief.  I continued using the cream for the next 30 days.  When my period came, I had no cramping at all.  I found the cream worked on all my symptoms of PMS.
I am very thankful that this product was developed.  It is a remarkable product and I’m thankful to have the opportunity to even try it.  I just wish it had been around when I was 11 years old.  I very much believe in this product and would recommend that women who have severe cramping and other PMS symptoms try this cream.  It’s simple to use and I have had no side effects since I started using it.  With using this cream I no longer have lower back pain, I’m not moody, my fibrocysts are gone, and there is no cramping at all.  I believe it’s what all women have been waiting for all these years.

B Cook  Abingdon, Va

Board Certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology
201 Walls Drive, Suite 502, CLEBURNE,. TEXAS 76031
(817) 558-3303, Fax (817) 556-2419
NOTE: This letter was received from one of the “Happy PMS” distributors.  This testimony is reprinted with permission.

Dear Barbara,  

I am writing you to thank you for introducing me to the use of natural progesterone. When you first told me about it I was very skeptical.  As I listened to the tapes by Dr. Lee and read his book, it became apparent that perhaps there were some applications for this product in my practice.  As you know, as an OB-Gyn I see many patients with PMS, irregular bleeding, pill problems, endometriosis and menopause.

My first usage of the natural progesterone was reserved and after long counseling with some of my long standing patients. I would preface my talk with,  “please don’t think I am crazy, but…” As I have gained experience with the use of the natural progesterone my talks have become less defensive-but are still necessary so that the patient understands what we are attempting to accomplish with the natural progesterone. I currently have a dozen or so patients who are using the natural progesterone cream who have given me feedback as to its effectiveness. I now have had “success” treating PMS related migraines, moodiness, and dysmenorrhea.  I have one patient who is having success treating endometriosis and several who are successful treating breast tenderness.

My other use of the progesterone cream has been for older women who do not want estrogen.  They are anxious  for something affordable that may prevent osteoporosis. Fosamax and Calcitonin-Salmon are both very expensive. I have found that women are very receptive to this alternative and I have used my new found experience and knowledge as a practice builder.  So thank you once again for introducing me to the natural progesterone.

Most sincerely, C. Glenn Saunders M.D. FACOG  

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Where and how should I apply natural progesterone cream?

Natural progesterone (derived from the Mexican wild yam root) in a moisturizing cream can be applied to the face, hands, chest, breast, inner arms, soles of feet, and in cases of osteoporosis, to the entire trabecular spine. The cream is readily absorbed and leaves no trace after a few minutes. During absorption the cream bypasses the liver and goes to specific receptor sites where progesterone is needed. When the action is completed, residue is then excreted from the body. Absorption rate varies from person to person as does the relative need for progesterone.

PLEASE NOTE: Everyone is different. Some women require more progesterone cream to alleviate symptoms, while others can use less. For the first 3 months, use one 2 oz. container per month. (FREE shipping with autoship) Then try cutting back on the amount of natural progesterone each month. If symptoms return, resume previous usage. It is important to stop using progesterone cream at least five days each month so that your body does not get lazy.  This is called cycling.

How do I know if I should use natural progesterone?

If you have PMS symptoms. PMS symptoms are those symptoms which occur consistently a week or 10 days before the period and stop with or shortly thereafter.

If you have Estrogen Dominance symptoms. These symptoms are water retention, breast swelling, fibrocystic breast, uterine fibroid, loss of libido, mood swings, depression, craving for sweets , and weight gain with fat deposited at hips and thighs.

If you have menopausal symptoms. Estrogen continues to be produced from the fat in cells even after menopause; however, progesterone production virtually ends. Hot flashes are the most prominent symptoms of menopause.

Osteoporosis. Women over 50 years of age should use natural progesterone cream to prevent osteoporosis.

Pregnancy. Women use natural progesterone cream during pregnancy to prevent miscarriages in the first half and to prevent preterm labor in the last half.

To enhance fertility. The use of natural progesterone cream after ovulation helps to enhance fertility. Progesterone in low supply can prevent conception. Natural progesterone cream helps to lengthen the luteal phase thus increasing the chances for a fertilized egg to implant and for pregnancy to be achieved.

When do I use natural progesterone cream?

If you are still menstruating, use one-fourth to one-half teaspoon of cream twice a day after ovulation (which is generally 12-14 days from the first day of menstrual flow) until day 26. You do not need natural progesterone while menstruating; however, if you experience menstrual cramps try rubbing a small amount of cream on the lower abdomen. For migraines, rub cream on back of your neck.

If you have menopausal symptoms and are still menstruating, use one-fourth to one-half teaspoon cream twice per day beginning with the 10th day from day one of menstruation until day 26. [After 3 months, start using cream 12-14 days from day 1 of menstruation until day 26.]If you have menopausal symptoms and are not menstruating; have osteoporosis or for prevention of osteoporosis, use based on calendar month. Use one-fourth to one-half teaspoon twice per day beginning on the 8th day of each calendar month and continue for the remainder of the month.

Can natural progesterone be used during a pregnancy?

In his book, “Premenstrual Syndrome & You”, Neils H. Lauersen, M.D., from Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, states that natural progesterone may be helpful to maintain pregnancy. The cream in not only safe for use during pregnancy but is recommended. From conception to delivery, apply primarily to abdomen, breast, low back, and upper thighs (where it will tend to prevent the skin from stretching). For the first six months of pregnancy, use an average of 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon 2 to 3 times a day. Discontinue at delivery and resume again at a level of twice per day starting one month after delivery. The cream is also useful for post-partum depression, which many women experience after childbirth.

Can young girls use natural progesterone cream?

Yes. Low estrogen levels can adversely affect the general health of girls between the ages of 9 and 13. For a year or more before the onset of menstruation, blood calcium levels are so low that young girls often develop symptoms associated with menarche, which are usually accepted as normal behavior: emotional outbursts, irritable and temperamental behavior, and compulsive consumption of sweets. During puberty, the maturing ovaries require calcium to produce estrogen, thus diverting calcium from metabolic requirements. Introducing natural progesterone at this time will alleviate most of the symptoms mentioned above. Continued use of natural progesterone through the teenage years will maintian a high level of wellness with few or no PMS complaints.

What exactly is natural progesterone and how does it differ from synthetic progesterone?

Natural progesterone, a cholesterol derivative, comes from the Mexican yam or soybeans. It matches exactly the chemical formulation of the body’s own progesterone and thus causes no side effects. Manufacturers of synthetic progesterone alter the chemical makeup of progesterone in order to create progestins. Progestins in their altered molecular structure may cause many side effects, such as birth defects or abortion, fluid retention, epilepsy, migraine, asthma, cardiac or kidney dysfunction and depression.

Can natural progesterone help with endometriosis or fibrocystic breast?

One common factor in both these conditions is a higher level of circulating estrogen, indicating a hormonal imbalance. Progesterone-which helps to normalize all other endocrine hormonal activity in the body-may help to clear these conditions by helping to lower the level of estrogen.

Do natural hormones help menopausal symptoms like vaginal dryness?

Vaginal dryness can occur in women of all ages for various reasons, but it is primarily present in post menopausal women. Natural hormones in a cream base can be used intravaginally and has been very successful in treating vaginal dryness and vulvar atrophy associated with aging.   When all other efforts fail and hot flashes etc continue, you might want to try Estriol Oil or Cream.  You can read more at

Should estrogen be used without natural progesterone?

Definitely not. It is very important that natural progesterone be used with any form of estrogen. Estrogen without progesterone can cause endometrial and vaginal carcinomas. Estrogen blocks thyroid production and causes water retention; and it can cause fibrocystic breast disease and even fibroid tumors and cysts in the ovary area.

Do I need a prescription for natural hormones?

No. Natural progesterone in a cream or oil base comes from Mexican yams/or soybeans which is technically a food product.

I am already taking hormones from my doctor why should I switch to natural hormones?

Natural hormones are simply an alternative to hormone replacement therapy. Synthetic progesterone (known as progestins) has many side effects, and synthetic estrogen can be dangerous to your health, especially if taken without any progesterone. If someone is taking both synthetic estrogen and progestins, a gradual step is to substitute natural progesterone cream; and gradually reduce the synthetic estrogen. (Reduce estrogen by one-half and continue to reduce over 90 days until discontinued use).

I’m post menopausal, will I start menstruating again if I use natural hormones?

Occasionally upon beginning use of natural hormone supplement, a post menopausal woman could experience some breakthrough bleeding, or a “period.” This is a perfectly normal response and is nothing to cause alarm. The progesterone is simply causing the body to rid itself of excess stored estrogen which can sometimes stimulate a uterine shedding-thus breakthrough bleeding. If this continues for longer than several months you should consult a physician.

What are other benefits to using natural progesterone cream?

Are there any other benefits of natural progesterone use?

Additional benefits for women include: improved brain function, diminished muscular aches and pains, improvement of skin problems including acne, seborrhea, rosacea, psoriasis and keratoses, and improved sleep pattern.

Can men use natural progesterone?

Men over 45 can use natural progesterone. One benefit is an increase in the libido. Progesterone is the precursor of testosterone. Testosterone can stimulate new bone formation, increasing bone density; a lack of it can cause osteoporosis. Older men with rheumatoid arthritis have reported relief from pain and swelling after rubbing natural progesterone in a cream base on their joints.

If you are dealing with ED, loss of interest, dribbling in the night and other issues related to prostate care, you might consider Andropause Cream for men with 12.5mg of progesterone and herbs specifically chosen with mens’ concerns in mind.

Can I use natural progesterone if there is family history of breast or uterine cancer?

The short answers is Yes. Breast cancer and endometrial cancer occur in tissue sensitive to gonadal hormones. Unopposed estrogen is the only known cause of endometrial cancer, though there may be other factors involved. Estrogen, or at least one or more of the various estrogens, are thought to contribute to breast cancer. Progesterone balances the estrogen level in the body, thus lessening the risk.   BUT, we recommend you speak to your personal physician, one who is familiar with natural progesterone cream use.

Is natural progesterone indicated for osteoporosis?

Many medical authorities tell female patients who are post-menopausal that osteoporosis is inevitable. A physician in Mill Valley California, John R Lee, has proven that this often repeated statement is simply untrue. The results of his ongoing clinical study with 100 women is noteworthy. All have experienced new bone density ranging from 5 to 40 percent for women who have used natural progesterone cream from 6 to 48 months. His results also indicated this therapy is successful even several decades after menopause. One of his patients, who is 82 years of age and has been using natural progesterone cream for four years, has a greater than 40 percent new bone density as proven by dualphoton absorpriometry. Dr. Lee has proven that osteoporosis is not only preventable, but is also reversible in most cases.

Is natural progesterone useful for hysterectomized, oophorectomized and menopausal women?

Yes. Many women experience hot flashes following premenopausal hysterectomy (removal of uterus) or oophorectomy (complete removal of ovaries) and in the beginning of the natural onset of menopause. The cream which contains natural progesterone is reported to be effective for relieving symptoms of hot flashes. Most women have reported a complete cessation of flushing within 3 to 8 weeks.

I have facial hair, especially above my upper lip, that requires shaving occasionally. What causes this?

This is a condition called hirsutism” (defined as excessive growth of facial and body hair). It indicates that there is a hormonal imbalance between estrogen, testosterone (the dominant male hormone) and progesterone. Progesterone acts as a regulator for the entire endocrine system. A woman who has the hirsute problem probably has PMS too. Both menopausal and menstruating women have reported that facial hair (and body hair) decreased or completely disappeared after three to six months of regular application
of cream twice a day. Natural progesterone is needed to effect proper hormonal balance.

♥ Progesterone Articles

Natural Progesterone Cream and Pregnancy

At and (our sister sites) we have been helping couples naturally overcome infertility since 1998. We have always believed in the efficacy of progesterone cream and pregnancy as a good match; especially after a history of miscarriage, infertility or secondary infertility. We still do and are more convinced as the days go by of the need for progesterone cream for pregnancy in a natural form. Balance Cream, Fertile Balance and Happy PMS Progesterone Creams are so far beyond other creams as they have such positive ingredients as essential oils and 1000-1200 mg in a 2 oz pump or jar; without a high price.

Progesterone cream was something that in my own pregnancies I personally used to avoid miscarriage since I had suffered 7 already when discovering it. I used natural progesterone cream after a friend recommended I read the book What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause and What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Pre-menopause. Both books provided wonderful insight into the importance of using progesterone cream; again the key is that it is NATURAL progesterone cream.

While PMS and pregnancy are not happy mates, anyone of our progesterone creams and pregnancy make an excellent pair. We choose the best ingredients – all natural, those which go on smoothly and has no unpleasant smells or texture.

You can read more about why we recommend progesterone cream at our and sites and the articles there from Dr. Lee along side of articles we have written over the years. Happy PMS is such great name for a product because it is so tongue in cheek. The truth is that with a good progesterone cream, natural progesterone cream of course, your PMS should disappear. the purpose of our choice progesterone creams is to alleviate the discomfort of PMS. They does!

At we have an amazing product at an equally amazing price. Even men may need progesterone as the approach andro-pause (aka andrapause, andropause) since the same hormone receptors are bombarded with XenoHormones. You can read about our male progesterone product as well called Andropause Cream (No NOT prostrate. Falling prostrate is something you do before God.)

Understanding Progesterone Cream

Progesterone is a hormone produced after a woman has ovulated. It is also know as the warm hormone and is what causes the rise in basal body temperature. One of the tests a doctor will run to determine if a woman has indeed ovulated is a cycle day 21 test to measure the level of progesterone. The understanding, of course, is that “normally” a woman is then 7 days post ovulation–this, of course isn’t the norm and each woman is unique and different in when she actually ovulates.

When you have low progesterone, it can be detected by a blood test after ovulation or by charting your fertility signs. If you chart (see my articles on Charting Basics to learn how to effectively chart), you can tell if you have low progesterone if your basal body temperature stays at or below the cover line. Another sign of low progesterone is if the luteal phase (the time from ovulation to menstruation) is less than 10 days.

There are several things you can do to boost the progesterone level. One is to go to the doctor and get a prescription for progesterone and/or a prescription for a fertility drug like Clomid. The other three are to take vitamin B6 and/or vitex- which helps to regulate hormone levels and/or to use progesterone cream. Progesterone creams can be purchased over the counter from health food stores. Progesterone cream is usually marketed toward the menopausal woman, but it can have great benefits for the younger woman. The only difference is how often you use it.

Usually a good progesterone cream should be used after ovulation has been established – at 1 or 2 days post ovulation till either menstruation happens or in the tenth week of pregnancy. This is because if you have a low progesterone problem, then by the tenth week of pregnancy, the placenta has taken over the corpus luteum in the production of progesterone. Use 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon twice a day–applied to the neck, chest, belly, thighs, inner arms, face and hands–changing locations at least every 3 days. This is because the progesterone cream tends to build up on the skin, causing it to be tough. I used it twice a day and changed locations each time. I didn’t put it on my face and hands because I wear make-up and I would rub the remainder into my hands each time I used it. I did notice at first that when I used it on my chest, I would have hot flashes there. It was just a reaction that didn’t harm me and eventually went away.

While some people are skeptical about progesterone cream actually helping, one thing I’m fairly certain of is that it can’t hurt. And it did indeed help me. With two chemical pregnancies, I wanted to be sure I was doing all I could to prevent them. I began using progesterone cream in September and my luteal phase went from 13 to 15 days that very month. And 5 months later I conceived. So, whether or not it truly works, I don’t know, but I’m a believer!

A word of caution–I do not personally recommend taking supplements called wild yam cream.  It is not the same as being “converted from wild yam INTO progesterone”. In my research on progesterone creams, I have found that the progesterone is NOT produced by just adding wild yams into a cream as it does not get used by the body unless it is processed a certain way. Look for a cream with natural progesterone in it. If the wild yams have been processed to make a “natural progesterone” or a “progesterone USP” these are good.

Whether or not you think progesterone cream is right for you, research it for yourself. Like I said before, opinions vary widely on this subject and I’m merely offering my experience and opinion. As always, it’s best to seek the advice of your doctor or practitioner before using or taking any new health product.

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Balance Cream AKA Happy PMS Progesterone Cream - Natural Ingredients

Balance Cream aka Happy PMS Natural Progesterone Cream is made with only the best ingredients and the highest amount of progesterone recommended by Dr. Lee.  (Remember that Balance Cream and Happy PMS Cream are the same product with different labeling – but Balance Cream costs less.) The most effective method of restoring physiological-equivalent to normal body function- progesterone levels, is with the proper supplementation of trans-dermally applied natural progesterone.  Balance Cream / Happy PMS Body Cream is a technologically advanced light, greaseless, moisturizing formulation of natural progesterone in a hypoallergenic, non comedogenic (won’t clog pores) aloe vera base, free of odor and fragrance.

  •  No Mineral Oil is used in Happy PMS progesterone cream
  •  Balance Cream / Happy PMS Cream are Cruelty Free
  •  Plant derivative natural product

Read about Balance Cream / Happy PMS Cream Ingredients below and what they do: Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides, Glyceral Stearate, Stearic Acid – vegetable derived, Glycerin – vegetable derived, Progesterone(USP) – derived from the Mexican Wild Yam and converted to progesterone, it is an exact match to the body’s own progesterone, Cetyl Alcohol – derived from plants, Tocophero – Natural Vit E, Daucus Carota Sativa (Carrot) Root Extract, Beta-Carotene – derived from carrots, Cymbopogon Schoenanthus (Lemongrass) oil,  Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) Leaf Extract,  Persea Gratissima(Avocado) oil, Rosemarinus Officinals(Rosemary) Leaf Extract,  Citric Acid – from Citric Fruits, Silver Citrate – used with Citric Acid as anti-bacterial, Xanthan Gum – plant derived, Sodium Hydroxide – alkaline ingredient used to modify the pH.  Made by combining fats and oils.

Ingredients in Balance Cream / Happy PMS Cream
  • Aloe Vera Oil has softening, healing, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties. Its moisturizing ability is its most widely recognized characteristics. Aloe vera penetrates the skin, supplying moisture directly to the tissue.
  • Avocado Oil may mobilize and increase the collagen of connective tissue; given the highest ranking by the Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology for sunscreen effectiveness. Avocado oil enjoys the highest penetration rate among similar oils.
  • Carrot Oil used since the sixteenth century for skin diseases due to its believed cleansing, depurative, and draining properties. This carotene-rich emollient has been indicated for acne skin conditions, dermatitis, skin irritation, skin rashes, and wrinkles; derived from the carrot root.
  • Lemon Grass Oil is considered astringent and tonic. Lemon grass oil is the volatile oil distilled from the leaves of the lemon grasses.
  • Natural Glycerin is used as a moisturizer and humectant to replace moisture in the skin.
  • Rosemary Extract is a natural preservative.
  • Stearal Konium Chloride is one of the principal constituents of bentonite clay used in face masks because of its properties as a suspending agent.
  • Natural Progesterone in Happy PMS Cream is derived from Mexican wild yam root. These sterols are processed through several fermentation steps to yield progesterone which is identical to the progesterone which is produced by the human body.
  • Vitamin A Palmitate is known as a skin “normalizer.” It acts as an anti-keratinizing agent, helping the skin stay soft and plump. Clinical studies with vitamin A palmitate indicate a significant change in skin composition with increase in collagen, DNA, skin thickness, and elasticity. Vitamin A palmitate’s stability is superior to retinol.
  • Vitamin E is considered the most important oil soluble antioxidant and free radical scavenger. As a moisturizer, vitamin E is well absorbed through the skin; derived from alfalfa and wheat.
Why I Recommend Progesterone Cream

First let me say that a LOT has changed since this was written in 2005 by the co-founder of Happy PMS Cream site.  What has not changed is how we still highly recommend natural progesterone made with great ingredients such as Happy PMS Progesterone Cream.   We also recommend Balance Cream Fertile Balance, PMS Balance and Cycle Balance (cold processed) Creams which are all in our store and can be compared there.

Here goes:  I receive a lot of emails asking what I recommend to get pregnant. There are a lot of remedies out there from teas to pills to tinctures; however there are actually three things I recommend; 50 mg of vitamin B6 a day, at least one glass of plain decaf tea, and using a natural progesterone cream after ovulation. Of the three items, the top recommended one is the progesterone cream.

Progesterone is the one hormone in the body of both male and female that regulates the entire endocrine system. That means that progesterone helps to keep all the other hormones in check, in balance. When there is a deficiency in progesterone the entire body can seem out of whack. Symptoms include all PMS and menopausal symptoms, thyroid dysfunction, low libido, infertility and pregnancy problems. Right now I’m going to focus on the role that progesterone plays in fertility.

The body produces progesterone in the second half of the cycle, known as the luteal phase. It’s progesterone that causes the basal body temperature to rise. It’s progesterone that helps the lining of the uterus to thicken for a possible fertilized egg to implant. It’s progesterone that goes on to maintain a pregnancy, once implantation takes place. And it’s progesterone that keeps the baby safely in the womb until ready to be born. If progesterone is deficient, you will experience PMS, luteal phase deficiency, miscarriage, preterm labor and possibly premature birth. Low progesterone is also responsible for post partum depression in many cases. Knowing what progesterone does you can certainly see why a deficiency in this can cause a lot of problems.

My own story verifies this. I first noticed I had problems with fertility when I was trying to conceive my third baby. I had suffered through two early miscarriages and had a luteal phase  defect. I began using a natural progesterone cream which helped to bring my luteal phase to 15 days; prior to that it was anywhere from 9 to 11 days. It took another six months for me to conceive her. I stopped the cream after seven weeks. I had preterm labor at 30 weeks with her, and was on seven weeks of bed rest before she was born at 37 weeks. My first two babies came at 35 and 36 weeks. At the time I was not aware of the fact that I could have used the cream throughout pregnancy.

Fast forward to December 2001. I was breastfeeding my 13 month old daughter, and my luteal phase was 6 to 9 days long. I thought conception would be impossible. I started using a new cream I had found – Happy PMS Cream for PMS. That very cycle I conceived my fourth baby. I continued the cream and had no sign of miscarriage. Because my third pregnancy was so high risk, and I had become pregnant so quickly again, I was braced for another bout of preterm labor to hit. At the advice of the manufacturer of Happy PMS Cream, I continued using the cream twice a day every day until my 27th week. At that point I used it three times a day, every single day until my 38th week.

Reaching my 38th week of pregnancy was a huge milestone, because I had never made it that far. I stopped using the cream at that point and waited for labor to hit. I waited and waited and waited. My baby girl was finally born two days past her due date!! Not only did I carry her the entire pregnancy with NO problems, I carried her two days over! My first three babies weighed in the six pound range, my fourth weighed 8 pounds 8 ounces. I know I carried her, problem-free, because of the Happy PMS Cream.

The first three weeks after her birth I had bouts of post-partum depression. Again, at the advice of the manufacturer, I went back on the cream, and within a few days I felt normal again, with no sign of the depression!

Now you know why I so highly recommend natural progesterone cream, and most importantly, Happy PMS Cream.  If you are using another brand just make sure it’s 100% natural – made from USP certified and Kosher progesterone and has NO man-made chemicals or NO harsh herbs which are harmful to use post ovulation.

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Dr. Ellen Grant, Lynne McTaggart and WDDTY Newsletter Launch Muddled Personal Attack on Dr. John Lee and on Natural Progesterone by Virginia Hopkins,

Dr. John Lee and Dr. Ellen Grant had a longstanding disagreement about natural progesterone and its effects, but until recently it was a heated debate between physicians. Now Dr. Grant and Lynne McTaggart have launched a personal attack against Dr. Lee in the newsletter What Doctors Don’t Tell You (WDDTY). Dr. Grant’s article about progesterone and breast cancer, titled “Cancer in a Cream?” sounds convincing on the surface, but in truth it’s hopelessly muddled and riddled with inconsistencies and inaccuracies.

Dr. Lee greatly admired the early and pioneering work Dr. Grant did exposing the first birth control pills as dangerous, and he felt she had been instrumental in galvanizing drug companies to create safer oral contraceptives, probably saving thousands of lives in the process. He expressed that admiration, both to her personally and in his talks and books. The fact that Dr. Grant is now attacking someone who isn’t here to defend himself speaks volumes, but there are many of us who are here to defend Dr. Lee and set the record straight.

WDDTY Editor Lynne McTaggart introduces Dr. Grant’s article in an editorial that describes Dr. Lee as “proselytizing” and describes his point of view as “not only wrong, but dangerous.” The fact is that the science and research behind Dr. Lee’s work is more solid than ever, and new research comes out every month that supports it. Thousands of doctors in clinical practice—which is where the rubber meets the road—are turning to bioidentical hormones because they’re safer and work better.

Dr. Ellen Grant and Lynne McTaggart of WDDTY Make Factual Errors

In contrast, Dr. Grant’s article doesn’t even provide us with a good scientific debate, because her reasoning is so muddled and her foundational assertions aren’t correct. For example, Dr. Grant continues to base many of her arguments about natural progesterone on research with synthetic progestins. She admits they’re different, but argues as if they’re the same. Yes, they have some common actions in the body, but they also differ enormously. No reputable scientist or physician disputes the fact that progesterone and progestins are different, but Dr. Grant has continued to insist over the years that research on progestins applies to progesterone. In her WDDTY article, she repeatedly switches back and forth between statements about progestins and progesterone, as if they are interchangeable.

Ms. McTaggart compounds this misunderstanding by claiming that natural progesterone really isn’t natural because it is “…a substance made in the laboratory by taking the sterol base of wild yam and chemically tweaking it, adding molecules here and there until you produced something with the same molecular blueprint as ovary-derived progesterone.” Dr. Ellen Grant makes a similar statement, that progesterone “…approximate[s] the compound [sic] the female ovary produces.”

As Dr. Lee used to say, “a rose is a rose is a rose, and progesterone is progesterone is progesterone.” It’s either progesterone, or it’s not. It either has the same molecular structure, or it doesn’t. The progesterone known as “natural” progesterone is the exact same molecule as so-called ovary-derived or bioidentical progesterone. This is a fact.

Research on Progesterone and Breast Cancer

After the factual errors, which cast a shadow over all of Lynne McTaggart and Dr. Grant’s assertions, is the premise that one can declare “progesterone causes breast cancer” based on in vitro (test tube) research with a couple of breast cancer cell lines. As Dr. Lee repeatedly pointed out, test tube research is one-dimensional, while progesterone’s actions in the human body are affected and mediated by dozens of other factors, including organs, glands, hormones, the immune system, lifestyle and genes—to name a few. Test tube research can only suggest a possible theory for further exploration.

Breast cancer researcher Dr. David Zava, our co-author of What Your Doctor May Not Tell You about Breast Cancer,” and a great friend and colleague of Dr. Lee, spent thousands of hours studying these same breast cancer lines. He explains, “It’s ludicrous to extrapolate this research to humans without an in-depth understanding of biochemistry and physiology. The reality of how progesterone affects breast tissue is far more complex—progesterone is only one piece of the puzzle. The research Dr. Grant cites is good, solid scientific work, and very interesting, but it is not even close to enough information to declare that progesterone is carcinogenic. In fact, there’s far more research showing the opposite—that progesterone is protective against breast cancer—and in addition to that there’s clinical data, done with real women that shows it’s protective.”

As for test tube studies, there are dozens, if not hundreds, showing that progesterone reduces cell proliferation, encourages apoptosis (cell death), and stimulates differentiation of cells—all important factors in preventing breast cancer. There’s a buzz out there right now in the research community about the p53 gene’s possibilities in preventing and treating breast cancer and guess what? Progesterone upregulates the p53 gene, a nice little piece of test tube research done about a decade ago that pointed the way to much other research on progesterone and p53.

Real Progesterone Research with Real Women

Let’s briefly review some of the clinical data—meaning research with real, live human women—on progesterone and breast cancer. If you’d like details and more research, please read What Your Doctor May Not Tell You about Breast Cancer.

1) The earliest clinical study that we know of on progesterone and breast cancer was done at Johns Hopkins University back in 1981 (Cowan et al,American Journal of Epidemiology). They measured estrogen and progesterone in a group of women, then divided them into two groups: those with normal progesterone levels and those with low progesterone levels. They followed these women for 20 years and found that in the women with low progesterone, the incidence of breast cancer was over 80 percent greater than those with normal progesterone, and the incidence of all cancers was ten times higher than in women with normal progesterone.

2) In 1996, researchers measured women’s progesterone before breast cancer surgery and found that those with normal progesterone levels had an 18-year survival rate—twice that of women with low progesterone at the time of surgery. (Mohr et al, British Journal of Cancer)

3) Three studies in particular have shown progesterone’s effect on breast cells. One, by Foidart et al and published in the journal Fertility and Sterility in 1998 concluded, “Exposure to progesterone for 14 days reduced the estradiol-induced proliferation of normal breast epithelial cells in vivo.” Another, by Malet et al and published in the Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, in 2000 concluded, “Cells exhibited a proliferative appearance after E2 [estradiol] treatment, and returned to a quiescent appearance when P[rogesterone] was added to E2. P[rogesterone] appear(s) predominantly to inhibit cell growth, both in the presence and absence of E2.”

The third study tested the effects of transdermal (rubbed into the skin) hormones in healthy young women planning to undergo minor breast surgery for aesthetic reasons or for benign breast disease. Ten to 13 days before surgery, four groups of women applied either estradiol cream, progesterone cream, a combination of estradiol and progesterone or a placebo cream (with no hormones in it). At surgery, biopsies were done to measure estrogen and progesterone levels, and the level of cell proliferation rates. (High levels of cell proliferation is a marker for breast cancer.) The study demonstrated that both hormones were well absorbed through the skin into the breast tissue. But even more significant, estradiol increased cell proliferation by 230 percent, whereas progesterone decreased it by more than 400 percent. The estradiol-progesterone combination maintained the normal proliferation rate. (Chang et al, Fertility and Sterility)

4) In 2002, a French study of HRT in 3,175 women was released. This was particularly interesting because it was a large study, and because, to quote the study, “…the main specificity of the French cohort is that 83% of the combined HRT users were receiving mostly or exclusively a transdermal estradiol gel formulation, and the progestin was oral micronized progesterone in 58%, while MPA users were less than 3%.” Oral micronized progesterone is bioidentical, natural progesterone, which is what most French women use, rather than the synthetic progestins. The conclusion of the study was that, “When both duration of use and the last period of use were analyzed together, no significant increase in breast cancer incidence was observed in any of the four subgroups considered,” and “From internal analysis, there was no significant increase in the risk of breast cancer related to use of the specific type of HRT most prescribed in France.”

Moderation and Common Sense are the Keys to Optimal Health

One of the aspects of Dr. Lee’s character that I admired most was his willingness to change course and moderate his message when new evidence was brought to his attention. He was first led to progesterone when he realized that the conventional HRT he had been prescribing for years had probably harmed many women. He had the courage to admit this first to himself, then to his patients, and he then set about solving the puzzle of how to help women balance their hormones safely and effectively. The discovery of progesterone as a neglected piece of the hormone balance puzzle was exciting and yes, he was a man on a mission to help women balance their hormones and to help undo the damage of conventional HRT. As a result of his courage and zeal, millions of women are healthier and happier.

From the beginning, Dr. Lee recommended no more than 15 to 30 mg of progesterone daily for the majority of women, and for premenopausal women for just two weeks per cycle. This is a very moderate dose that approximates what the ovary would be making in a normal premenopausal woman. Furthermore, he advocated splitting the dose and taking half in the a.m. and half in the p.m.

There’s no doubt that it’s not a good idea for most women to take large doses of progesterone in any form over a long period of time. That’s just not good medicine, it’s not balanced, it’s not common sense, and it’s bound to cause trouble sooner or later. In his first self-published book for doctors, Dr. Lee likened the “dance of the steroids” to an orchestra, where each player creates beautiful music by being in harmony and rhythm with the others. Large doses of progesterone will drown out the other players and create chaos.

As zealous as Dr. Lee was about progesterone, his message was never just about one hormone. He always strongly advocated a wholesome diet, moderate exercise, good sleep, stress management, healthy relationships with others, and the importance of making time for fun and for contemplation.

The quest for optimal health is never-ending, and ever-changing, and is best addressed on all levels: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. There’s no magic potion or lotion. Optimal health is an ongoing, evolving journey of discovery.

Please Pass This On

The Dr. Ellen Grant – Lynne McTaggart article has created quite a stir because it was widely spread around on the internet, and as I said earlier, it sounds quite convincing if you’re not familiar with the research. However, the information on breast cancer, as well as the additional information about progesterone and the immune system, isn’t accurate or convincing once you have the facts in hand.

There’s a lot of misinformation about progesterone being spread around right now. It’s probably not coincidental that this well-financed and well-orchestrated campaign coincides with Wyeth-Ayerst’s petition to the FDA demanding that compounding pharmacists not be allowed to dispense natural hormones. (Wyeth-Ayerst is the maker of PremPro.) If they succeed in pressuring the FDA into making progesterone made a prescription-only, brand name drug, it will be interesting to watch how quickly they come out with a progesterone cream, patch or pill themselves.   

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Please note that Estriol and Estradiol are not the same.  Estriol is a natural plant derived gentle estrogen that is not harmful to breast or cervical tissue.

A Safe Natural Alternative to Hormone Replacement Therapy

Let’s face it menopause is a natural occurrence in women. Menopause should be an event that happens smoothly with little to no problems. But because of the lack of proper nutrition and lifestyle, the poor quality of our soil and other environmental factors we experience problems with our endocrine system. With the breaking news of the pitfalls of hormone replacement therapy many women feel at a loss as to how to treat their symptoms of menopause and how to ease through this difficult time.

Hormone replacement therapy at the forefront looked like a promising resolve to treat millions of premenopausal and menopausal women. It looked like the answer to the horrible disease osteoporosis and seemed to be a “drug” therapy that would help to prevent heart disease and certain cancers in women. But the truth is that artificial hormones aren’t beneficial to the body. They cause cancer, strokes and various other health problems. The answer lies in a natural approach, a safe and side-effect free approach that’s been proven time and again to help ease and alleviate the horrid symptoms and side-effects of menopause.

First let’s go over the symptoms of menopause. Actually the symptoms of menopause are not caused by menopause itself, but from a condition known as an “estrogen dominance.”  When the female body approaches menopause the production of progesterone decreases or stops altogether. When this happens the estrogen in the body dominates the endocrine system, thus producing the very unpleasant symptoms that many menopausal women experience.

Symptoms of estrogen dominance: Worse allergies, breast tenderness, cervical dysplasia, thyroid symptoms such as being cold all the time, decreased libido, depression, dry eyes, fat gain, fatigue, fibrocystic breasts, gallbladder disease, hair loss, headaches, hypoglycemia, scatterbrain, increased blood clotting and risk of strokes, infertility, irregular menstrual cycles, irritability, insomnia, memory loss, miscarriages, mood swings, osteoporosis, bone loss, PMS, uterine cancer, uterine fibroids, water retention. These are “some” of the most common symptoms of estrogen dominance.

It’s these symptoms that prompt women to see their physicians and find remedies to alleviate the problems. For the past several decades the number one prescription for this was hormone replacement therapy. But you can relax and know that a safe and natural alternative to the dangerous HRT is available and it’s available over the counter.

Natural progesterone cream has long been used to fight and cure the symptoms of estrogen dominance. A natural progesterone is far different from its synthetic counter-part that’s chemical based. Natural progesterone is derived from Mexican wild yams and processed to exactly match what our bodies produce. Therefore it is easily assimilated into the body. It’s the lack of progesterone that causes the estrogen dominance and all the horrid symptoms.

Using a natural progesterone cream may seem too easy or simple. You will rarely find a “regular” medical physician who will agree or who will even know the true benefits of natural progesterone cream. It’s the few who have stepped out of their comfort zones of FDA approved drug therapy and researched the natural means who have realized the profound benefits of such a natural and safe alternative. It’s the insistence of many women, who researched this for themselves and armed themselves with the information that confronted their physicians and help to put them on the road to understanding the virtues of natural progesterone cream.

Man-made chemicals have never been better than what God put on this earth naturally. Research this for yourself. Progesterone is the main hormone in the body that regulates the entire endocrine system. Without it you experience horrible side-effects. Progesterone even helps to regulate estrogen and to keep the body’s production of estrogen in check. With the delicate system of checks and balances our bodies need progesterone and especially during times such as menopause.

Natural progesterone cream is the answer to a safe and natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy. The cream, applied to various spots on the body twice a day for several weeks each month help to alleviate all the symptoms of estrogen dominance, helps to restore bone loss, helps to stop osteoporosis and helps in preventing certain cancers and heart diseases. This in conjunction with a proper diet and a healthy lifestyle will increase your quality and enjoyment of life.

When natural progesterone supplementation is just not enough consider Estriol Oil or Estriol Creme in small manageable doses. Check with you doctor.

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Andropause Cream

Andropause Cream (formerly Adam’s Prostate Care): Men’s Natural Progesterone Cream

A natural progesterone cream made exclusively for men benefits may include:

  • Decrease in prostate enlargement
  • Decrease in urinary urgency
  • Increase in libido and sexual performance
  • Slows or stops the growth of prostate cancer
  • Enhances male fertility

Men who will benefit from Andropause Cream are men who:

  • Have a sensation of not emptying their bladder – Do you get up several times a night with little satisfaction?
  • Have to urinate again less than 2 hours after urinating – Dribbling through day and night rather than fully emptying the bladder.
  • Have difficulty postponing urination – Do you feel an urgency in your bladder from prostate pressure?
  • Have to push or strain to urinate  – Find that urine is difficult to expel?
  • Have impotence  – This means that you have a hard time being sexual ready.  Your sperm may be potent but your ability for sex may not be.
  • Have less firm erections – Are you unable to achieve a satisfactory erection?  Have you been considering Viagra or even a natural alternative to Viagra?
  • Have less intense orgasms – Do you have less of a sensitivity leading to a less than satiated feeling?
  • Have sex less than 4 times a month – Do you have less of a sex drive or unable to achieve the act?
  • May suffer from infertility – Have you become infertile or unable to perform in order to achieve pregnancy for your mate?
  • Have been diagnosed with an enlarged prostate.

Andropause Cream for prostate care ingredient list and their benefits

  • American Ginseng strengthens the adrenal and reproductive glands. Enhances immune functions, promotes lung functioning, and stimulates the appetite. Useful for bronchitis, circulatory problems, diabetes, infertility, lack of energy and stress. Used by athletes for overall body strengthening.
  • Avocado Oil may mobilize and increase the collagen of connective tissue; given the highest ranking by the Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology for sunscreen effectiveness. Avocado oil enjoys the highest penetration rate among similar oils.
  • Bearberry Extract, (Uva Ursi) increases the flow of urine but has a sedative and tonic effect on bladder wall. Acts as astringent, diuretic, tonic. Bearberry helps to reduce accumulations of uric acid and to relieve the pain of bladder stones and gravel. Used to alleviate chronic cystitis. It may also help where bed wetting is a problem.
  • Carrot Oil used since the sixteenth century for skin diseases due to its believed cleansing, depurative, and draining properties. This carotene-rich emollient has been indicated for acne skin conditions, dermatitis, skin irritation, skin rashes, and wrinkles; derived from the carrot root.
  • Lemon Grass Oil is considered astringent and tonic. Lemon grass oil is the volatile oil distilled from the leaves of the lemon grasses.
  • Natural Glycerin is used as a moisturizer and humectants to replace moisture in the skin
  • Natural Progesterone derived from the Mexican wild yam root. These sterols are processed through several fermentation steps to yield progesterone which is identical to the progesterone which is produced by the human body. 300 mg per ounce.
  • Natural Vitamin C Adam’s Equalizer uses Ascorbic Acid from Malpighia puniciflia, the Acerola cherry. Vitamin C is a very powerful antioxidant that also protects other antioxidants, such as vitamin E. The cells of the brain and spinal cord, which frequently incur free radial damage, can be protected by significant amounts of vitamin C.
  • Vitamin C acts as a more potent free radical scavenger in the presence of a bioflavonoid called hesperidin. In addition to its role as a antioxidant, Vitamin C detoxifies many harmful substances and plays a key role in immunity. It increases the synthesis of interferon, a natural antiviral product.
  • Pumpkin Seed Oil contains B vitamins, essential fatty acids, protein and zinc. Useful for prostate disorders. Acts as anthelmintic. Pumpkin Seed Oil is also useful for healing wounds, especially burns and chapped skin.
  • Pygeum Africanum is a large evergreen tree native to Africa, where it has been used for a variety of health compliments. The purified fat-soluble extract of the bark of Pygeum Africanum has demonstrated clinical efficacy similar to the extract of saw palmetto. The mechanism of action appears to work via its inhibition of cholesterol uptake by the prostate, antagonizing testosterone, and reducing prostatic inflammation.
  • Rosemary Extract is a natural preservative.
  • Sarsaparilla contains the amino acids methionine and cystein. Sarsaparilla contains a sapogen called diosgenin which contains the female hormone progesterone and male hormone testosterone. Sarsaparilla helps strenghten the nerve fibers and tissue of the brain, spinal cord, lungs, and throat.  Sarsaparilla is especially good for removing heavy metallic contaminants from the blood, which are received through the nostrils in the foul, smog filled air of urban areas. Sarsaparilla root, which contains testosterone, will help hair to re-grow.
  • Saw Palmetto Berries acts as a diuretic and urinary antiseptic, stimulates the appetite, inhibits the production of dihydrotestosterone, a hormone that contributes to the enlargement of the prostate. Good for poor appetite and prostate disorders. May also enhance sexual functioning and desire.
  • Stearal Konium Chloride is one of the principal constituents of bentonite clay used in face masks because of its properties as a suspending agent.

Andropause Cream Prostate Care contains these natural ingredients:

  • Saw Palmetto Berry (Serenoa Repens) standardized to contain 85% to 95% fatty acids and sterols.
  • Pygeurn africanum – standardized to contain 13% total sterols.
  • American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) -standardized to contain 75% to 85% ginsenosides.
  • Bearberry Extract (Arctostaphylos Uva-Ursi) – standardized to contain 20% arbutin.
  • Pumpkin Seed Oil (Cucurbita pepa).
  • Natural Progesterone (Dioscorea barbasco) – from Wild Yam.
  • Natural Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid from Malpighia punicifolia, the Acerola Cherry).
  • OptiZinc.

Suggested Use: Apply to soft skin areas (see container). Massage well into skin. Use 1/4 teaspoon (one inch of cream) A.M. and P.M. for three weeks each month; (do not use one week). After three months, reduce amount to 1/8 teaspoon (1/2 inch of cream) A.M. and P.M. and continue schedule.

Anti Aging AM Cream

Anti Aging AM Cream (formerly Rinkle Free Moisturizing Facial Cream)

Ingredients: Purified Water, Natural Glycerin, Stearal Konium Chloride, Aloe Vera, Jojoba Oil, Mink Oil, Vitamin E, Natural Vitamin C, (Acerola) Elastin, Collagen, Vitamin A Palminate, Rosemary Extract* Carrot Oil.

Anti-Aging AMAnti-Aging AM Moisturizing Cream (not Wrinkle free though that is what it attacks) promotes moisture binding in the epidermal layer of the skin while serving as building material for formation of new skin tissue.

When the beginning of new elastin fibers are generated, scaliness and wrinkles seem to disappear. It strengthens the elastin fibres already present and helps the skin form new ones.

Anti-Aging AM Moisturizing cream is made of all natural ingredients and is non-toxic, allergy tested, and fragrance free.

Clinical tests on skin problems, such as morphea, keloids, radiodermitis, and recovering simple operation wounds proved this product is truly unique. It improves the quality of skin and keeps it smooth and wrinkle free. This unique formula has been in research and development for several years. Finally, a tested wrinkle cream that really works!

European doctors have tested and documented these benefits of Anti-Aging AM Moisturizing Cream : 

    • Heals and retains moisture 
    • Re-lines the skin fiber 
    • Smoothes fine lines 
    • Puts elastin back into skin 
    • Won’t clog pores
    • Non-irritating to eyes 
    • Safe for sensitive skin 

Recommended for all skin types.


Dear Anti-Aging AM:

For almost two years now I have been using Anti-Aging AM, and I am so pleased! Not only does my skin look and feel better, others have begun to notice. I ran into a friend I hadn’t seen for quite a while, and she asked, “What have you done to yourself?” After I told her about Anti-Aging AM she said she wanted a gallon! She is now using it and is telling her friends as I am. I also had someone ask if anyone has wanted to look behind my ears. The answer is “yes.” Others ask my age and say that they don’t believe it when I tell them I’ll be 60 in December.

Thanks for something that works at such an affordable price! Respectfully submitted,
J Hagy Abingdon, VA

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