Question about NatPro

I am just curious why NatPro doesn't say "USP Progesterone" on the tube. I've read other websites that say it is critical that the progesterone used is USP. Can you clarify what this means? I'm confused....

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Apr 04, 2012
Question about NatPro
by: Wray

Hi there We don't put it because there's not much room on the tube. We currently have 'natural progesterone 2000mg'. I suppose we might just fit it in without it looking too strange. Or change it to 'USP progesterone 2000mg'. The principal reason we don't is because USP would not mean much to the rest of the world, only to Americans. People search the web looking for 'natural progesterone', as that does mean something to them. So are hopefully reassured when they see we use 'natural' progesterone. We do have more info on our page here. Please scroll about half way down to view the ingredients, and why we use them. Take care Wray

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