Keeping progesterone and estrogen in the right ratios is essential to maintain hormone balance.
There are many misconceptions regarding progesterone; in fact it was once thought of only as a simple sex hormone, but research has shown that progesterone is vital to men and women of all ages. For women, progesterone begins to be secreted right before ovulation, while a decrease in estrogen production occurs. The amounts of progesterone produced naturally in the body are measured in milligrams, much like many of today's vitamin and mineral supplements. On the other hand, estrogen is secreted in much smaller amounts, and therefore measured in micrograms, or 1,000th of a milligram. Due to this, it is easy to see how what would seem to be a miniscule increase in estrogen production can actually have a large effect on the body's overall hormone balance. Excessive estrogen, also known as estrogen dominance can lead to many unpleasant changes such as lowered energy, decreased libido and even weight gain. Many women have been lead to believe that estrogen is the answer to many common hormonal challenges; however this couldn't be farther from the truth.
Ingredients: Mexican Yam Root, Whole Leaf Aloe Vera Concentrate, Deionized Water, Safflower Oil, Stearic Acid, Cetyl Lactate, Sorbitol, Cetyl Alcohol, Wheat Germ Oil, Hydrolyzed Mucopolysaccharides, Sodium PCA, Progesterone, Extracts of: (Arnica, Burdock, Rosemary, Pine, Chamomile, Watercress, Nettles, Red Vine, St. John's Wort, Horse Chestnut, Marigold, Limetree, Hops, Horse Tail, Lemon, Fucus, Queen Meadows, Corn Flower), Triethanolamine, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Fragrance, Tocopherol, Retinol, Ergocalciferol.
Application: Proféria should be applied once daily or as directed by your healthcare provider. Apply to areas where your skin is thin, such as the neck, breasts, inside the arms etc. The amount needed will vary from individual to individual and dependent on the symptoms experienced, typically ¼ to ½ of a teaspoon daily.
Warning: Do not take Proferia without the consent of your physician if you are pregnant or nursing.