Vitamin D and NATPRO

by Laura
(US)

Hi Wray,

Thank you so much for the wealth of information you provide on this website.

Here is my question - Can the oil/vitamin content inside a Vitamin D 5000IU Softgel be mixed in with the NATPRO progesterone cream, to be applied topically?

If this can be done, then it seems more of the Vitamin D would be absorbed into our system.

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Sep 17, 2013
Vitamin D and NATPRO
by: Wray

Hi Laura Yes it can, and a good idea too. I've just done a page on Topical Vitamin D, I don't know if you've read it. They've found, astonishingly, that topical vitamin D3, not the precursor, not 25OH D which it's converted into, and not the hormone into which it's finally converted, but the D3 itself, is protective against basal cell carcinoma. This is the commonest skin cancer, affecting over 700 million people. Another thing they found is it moisturises the skin. So instead of using the very costly, hyped up by marketing 'moisturising' creams on the market, just apply vitamin D. How beneficial is that! It is also protective against burning, the more vitamin D we have in us, the less we burn. Having said that, it is essential to use a natural sunscreen after being in the sun for about 20 mins, not before, or else you won't make any at all. Thanks for the kind words! Take care Wray

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