Progesterone cream

by Margot

Wray,
Correct me if I'm wrong but did I read that you said that NATPRO could be frozen? I purchase it in bulk and have frozen it. Taking a tube out at a time I've found that the consistency is a bit milky. I do shake it before using. Is the the products potency deminished when frozen? How many months can it be frozen? Is there an expiration in the tube/box? I haven't seen one.
Thanks for taking my questions.
Margot

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May 23, 2012
Progesterone cream
by: Wray

Hi Margot We have frozen it to see, and it has been frozen by mistake. While lying overnight in a post box in Sweden when they had a -40C temperature! Plus we have someone in the UK who also buys 20 at a time and puts it in her deep freeze. She's been doing this for 6 years now and never has a problem. The water can separate out, so it's best to give the tube a really good massage once thawed. The potency of the progesterone is not diminished. We don't have an explanation on the tube or packet, or on the site about freezing it or how long it will last. This would be dependant on how low the temperature of the deep freeze goes. The cream does have an 18 month expiry date, but we know it lasts at least 2 years. This covers getting 20 tubes of cream at only 1 a month. I currently use 2 1/2 tubes a month, so 20 tubes would be used up well within the 18 months. 100 tubes is another matter! The expiry date is stamped at the top of every tube. Take care Wray

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