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Vaginal dryness can easily be relieved with the regular use of Simplee Wonderful Gel with Wild Yam Extract and Vitamin E. Simplee Wonderful Gel has a natural glycerin base which feels like your body's own natural lubricant. Simplee Wonderful Gel is pH balanced and Vitamin E is added for extra effectiveness.

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Heighten sexual pleasure and reduce vaginal dryness with Sylk Vaginal Lubricant. Fragrance Free formula is non-sticky and water-based. Safe for sensitive skin.

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Natural Hormone Creams and Vaginal Moisturizers - Natural Body Care Products

Natural Progesterone Cream is a support supplement which contains the plant extract of the wild Mexican yam. This cream formula allows the powerful active ingredients to be optimally used by the body because they flow through the skin and directly into the bloodstream, completely by passing digestion. There is no way to overdose with this cream. Since the body uses only what it needs to restore hormonal balance, the cream can be used by women of all ages.

Natural Progesterone Cream provides natural organic relief from PMS (pre-menstrual syndrome), Menopause, Symptoms from bone loss, estrogen dominance.

In addition, it also can bring benefits such as Enhanced libido; Improved energy, stamina, and endurance; Stimulates the body's own production of estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, and other hormone; and Provides women with an overall feeling of well being and euphoria.

Hormone Replacement Therapy
A woman's hormone levels change daily during her menstrual cycle. In the first half of her cycle, prior to her ovulation, estrogen levels drop and progesterone rises. If no pregnancy ensues, levels of both hormones drop, and menses begins.

Medical research also indicates hormone replacement will increase bone mineral density and counteract osteoporosis. Estrogen therapy for postmenopausal women is being avoided by many knowledgeable physicians since it may increase the risk of eudiometrical cancer, gallstones, and cardiovascular disease.

Progesterone Therapy
Progesterone therapy is successfully used by health care professionals to relieve symptoms of both PMS (when progesterone levels are low and/or estrogen is dominant) and menopause (when both estrogen and progesterone decrease).

Progesterone is needed for the proper function of the adrenal glands. Stress on the adrenal glands my lead to progesterone deficiency, often causing symptoms of nervous disorders, depression, irritability, fatigue, and mood swings.

"Latest research now shows that natural progesterone should be the choice, rather then estrogen, as the hormone of replacement." - Dr. Betty Kamen

Today, modern medical research documents that progesterone may counteract bone loss, elevate low hormonal levels, and regulate the ratios of estrogen and progesterone. Wild Mexican yam is recognized by herbalists for supporting the female endocrine system by balancing hormones and strengthening the liver.

PMS affects over 25 million women. Once considered to be "in a woman's head", PMS is now recognized as a real health problem. PMS is a collection of over 150 reoccurring symptoms that usually appear between ovulation and to the onset of menstruation, when levels of progesterone are deficient and/or estrogen is dominant. PMS appears to be a progesterone deficiency. Many of the symptoms women suffer are influenced by the imbalance of hormonal levels.

Symptoms of PMS include:
  • Headache
  • Motor Coordination Problems
  • Epilepsy
  • Fainting Spells
  • Lethargy
  • Leg Cramps
  • Breast Engorgement
  • Backache
  • Insomnia
  • Inability To Concentrate
  • Frequent Urination
  • Facial Hair
  • Lowered Libido
  • Irritability
  • Depression
  • Crying Jags
  • Feelings Of Panic
  • Mood Swings
  • Blurred Vision
  • Bloating
  • Stiffness
  • Constipation and/or Gas
  • Sinusitis
  • Proneness To Accidents
  • Dry Hair
  • Cold Extremities
  • Exhaustion, Mental and Physical
  • Migraines
  • Sudden Anger
  • Frustration
  • Hysteria
  • Runny Eyes
  • Breast Tenderness
  • Joint Swelling
  • Dry Skin
  • Water Retention
  • Facial Pallor
  • Greasy Hair
  • Dark Circles Under Eyes

Until now, women had to endure PMS symptoms. The broad range of PMS symptoms often are influenced by hormonal imbalance. Dr. K. Dalton, who has successfully used progesterone therapy for over 30 years in England, reports complete relief of symptoms.

Many women experience relief of symptoms by applying 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon from ovulation to the onset of menstruation - 14 days on, 14 days off

About Progesterone

In 1936, Japanese scientists discovered that a species of wild yam (Dioscorea villosa -mexicana) growing in the south of Mexico contained a sterol called diosgenin which is remarkably similar to progesterone. Wild yam contains a "bank" of important precursors which could be used by the human body to biochemically synthesize DHEA, progesterone, and other hormones nearly identical to that produced by the adrenal gland. In 1943, Professor Russell Marker discovered how to synthesize diosgenin from the wild yam into progesterone.

For a number of years following this discovery, wild Mexican yam was a primary source for the production of progesterone and other hormones. Until recently, wild yam (not to be confused with the sweet potato yam) was the sole source of the diosgenin used in making contraceptive pills. According to herbalist Rosemary Gladstar in her book, Herbal Healing For Women (Simon& Schuster, 1993), wild yam is the most widely used herb in the world today, with over 200 million prescriptions sold each year that contain its derivatives.

Natural Vs. Synthetic:

Surprisingly, there is a big difference between synthetic and natural progesterone.  Natural progesterone is not the same as synthetic forms called, "progestins", "progestagens", or chemically altered progesterone.   Natural progesterone is made from plants, not chemicals or drugs.  Let's read what the experts say.

Synthetic Estrogen and Progestins:

Typical problems associated with synthetic progesterone include bloating, depression, and increased risk of heart attack, gallstone, breast cancer, uterus cancer, and cervical cancer.

Julian Whitaker, M.D., writing in Health and Healing, March, 1994, says estrogen replacement has been associated with increased cancer of the uterus and breast.  He continued that Provera ® has more then thirty negative side effects listed in the Physician's Desk Reference, "the doctor's Bible of drug information."

Time Magazine's cover story, June 26, 1995, "Estrogen: Every Woman's Dilemma" illustrates the widespread controversy, confusion, and concern about the subject.

Dr. Susan Love says, "Many gynecologists are handing out these hormones like M&M's."

American Heart Journal, 1994: Estrogen has complex actions including risks of endometrial cancer, breast cancer, and gallstones. 

Breast Cancer Research, 1991: Evidence supporting estrogen's role in breast cancer comes from international studies.

Molecular & Cellular Endocrinology, 1994: Synthetic progestins induce proliferation of breast tumor cells.

International Journal of Cancer, 1992: Cervical cancer is stimulated in response to excess estrogen.

Natural Progesterone:

Dr. Christine Northrup, M.D., writing in Women's Health Wisdom, Spring 1995, says, "Natural hormone replacement therapy is the best news in 20 years for women over 40. Man made hormones are synthesized from things nature never intended you to put into your body, like pregnant mare's urine." Dr. Northrup further states, "If that bothers you, talk to your doctor about switching to natural progesterone, which is exactly the same as what your body produces. With natural progesterone, there's none of the bloating, depression, and increased risk of heart attack and cancer that synthetic progesterone can give you."

Dr. David Williams, M.D., writing in the Fall, 1995 issue of Alternatives, says, "Osteoporosis is far more then a mere inconvenience. Each year it is responsible for over 1.3 million fractures in men and women over the age of 45. Worse yet, 40,000 osteoporosis victims annually die within six months of their fractures and 50% who experience hip fractures due to osteoporosis never regain the ability to walk independently."

Dr. Williams also states, "The continuous use of estrogen greatly increases the risk of cancer. Furthermore, estrogen can cause diabetes, high blood pressure, and abnormal blood clotting. Even if it were totally safe, estrogen does nothing to replace bone cells that have already been lost. At best, it can only prevent additional bone loss."

"Since 1949, science has known how to extract from the wild Mexican yam, several completely natural compounds that act as hormones. More importantly, these compounds halt osteoporosis in it's tracks. And unlike estrogen, they actually reverse the progress of the disease and restore bone density -- and there are no dangerous side effects."

Dr. Williams notes in clinical tests on over 100 osteoporosis victims ranging in age from 38 to 83, the Mexican yam restored bone densities to the levels of a healthy 35 year old. He also stated that he verified the effectiveness of this all natural remedy, located a source for the product, and released the information to the public through a recent issue of the publication, Alternatives.