Progestakey - natural progesterone cream

by Susan
(Perth Australia)

Hi Wray, could you please tell me if these ingredients are okay for a progesterone cream and are they natural? A friend has given me a link to the following website and since you're currently out of stock with Natpro I thought about trying this until your stock arrives.

Purified Water, Aloe Vera Gel, Caprylic/capric Triglycerides,
Natural Progesterone USP, Evening Primrose Oil,
Vitamin E Acetate, MSM (Methyl Sulfonylmethane), Isostearic
Acid, Yarrow Extract, Cranberry Extract, Glyceryl
Stearate, Shea Butter, Lecithin, Glycerine USP, Lavender
Essential Oil, Vanilla Extract, Allontoin, Sorbic Acid, and
Grapeseed Extract.

This friend is also one of the people I have given your website to which she is going to try.

Thanks in advance.

Note from webmaster: Susan, the Natpro fulfillment center tell me that the next batch will be in from the lab Friday (30th Sep). New orders can then be placed online commencing Saturday. They regret that a run on orders caught the supply chain management unawares and apologize for the inconvenience.

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Oct 05, 2011
Progestakey - natural progesterone cream
by: Wray

Hi Susan I'm so sorry about the stock out, we do try to keep up with demand, but sometimes get caught out. We make it monthly, and although it has a natural preservative and antioxidant, we like to make sure it's fresh. All the ingredients are fine in the Progestakey. I've also looked at the site too. It says one pump will give 20mg progesterone, I can't remember how much you're using now, but do bear this in mind. The site doesn't say how much progesterone is in the container, but assuming 1ml contains 20mg progesterone, the 90 ml will have 1800mg progesterone. Although it does say it only lasts for 2 months, which indicates it might only contain 1200mg progesterone. In which case it's very expensive. Bless you for referring our site to a friend, I only hope we have stock if she should want to try it! Take care Wray

Oct 07, 2011
Lavender Oil
by: Caterina

Hello, I just wanted to point out that Lavender oil is considered an endocrine disruptor, I have read. You can find out through this site or by the internet of a list of Xenoestrogens to avoid. I was recently put on a regimen of Lavender oil extract by my N.D. to help him with a study he was conducting for a month. I was told that the extract was known to help with anxiety and was soothing to the nervous system. I thought, why not since I love lavender in all forms. I felt horrible each time I took it. It wasn't until a month later that I decided to look into things that I should be avioding that could become bad estrogens in my body and found this information. Although lavender is a wonderful herb, I think it's best to avoid it until your progesterone is balanced out. So I'm thinking this Progestakey may not be a good option for progesterone supplementation.

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