How much Natpro - plain english Teaspoons

by Robyn H
(Boston, MA)

Hello all,
Ok, - Sounds simple but you want to get it right - the amount of Natpro to use. Here is my conclusion, please let me know if I am incorrect.

5ml= 1 teaspoon
1ml of NATPRO=33.3 mg.
5ml (1 teaspoon) X 33.3mg= 166.50 mg of progesterone

I am going to take 1` teaspoon of Natpro which equals=166.50 mg of Natpro.

I am going to start with that amount and decrease as I go along.

Wray, is this correct???

Thank you for any help////

Robyn H

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Dec 20, 2013
How to use Natpro Progesterone Cream
by: Joy

Hi Robyn

Please read Wray's How to use Progesterone page - see here. It will explain exactly how much 3ml/100mg etc is. You are correct in that 1 METRIC teaspoon is 5ml. 3ml/100mg to 6ml/200mg is normally the amount recommended but this would of course depend on how severe symptoms are, the more severe,the more cream is needed.

Hope this helps.

Apr 23, 2014
by: Anonymous

Is a "metric" teaspoon the same thing as the standard baking teaspoon Americans have been using for 200 years? If not, how many MG of progesterone is in a standard teaspoon of NatPro? Thank you.

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