Slow and Reverse Aging
Keep skin youthful
All Natural Ingredients
Address the hormonal cause of hirsutism
Counteract environmental xenoestrogens
Restore youthful libido levels
Beneficial for both women & men
Progesterone is much more than a "female hormone". Adequate progesterone levels are critically important for responding to stress and adapting to the environment, for both men & women.
Progesterone balances the stress resulting from high estrogen levels that women experience as a part of the menstrual cycle. Progesterone also plays an important role for: immunity, in?ammatory responses, thyroid hormone production, strengthening bones, conception, and blood clotting.
Symptoms of Low Progesterone: The body's production of progesterone is reduced by stress and other factors such as aging and smoking. Some of the conditions linked to low progesterone levels include:
- Hair thinning
- Elevated cholesterol
- Panic attacks
- Dry eyes
- Muscle pain
- Brest tenderness
- Sleep disorders
- Anxiety & mood swings
- Water retention & weight gain
- Acne & skin problems
- Abdominal discomfort
- Bloating &constipation
One drop contains 3mg progesterone. Progesterone supplementation can
help with symptoms associated with progesterone deficiency.
Directions for Use: Apply 3-4 drops twice daily to thin skin, inner arms, inner legs, where you blush, etc. Rotate locations.
Menstruating women: apply once a day on days 12 through 27 of your cycle (Period starts on Day 1)
Non-menstruating women: Starting on the 1st of the month, apply twice a day for 25 consecutive days, followed by a 5 day break.
* Do not use if safety seal on cap is broken.
* If irritation occurs, discontinue use and consult a doctor
* Refrigeration recommended.
* Consult a doctor if pregnant or lactating
Approximately one quarter of the proteins in the body are composed of collagen. Collagen maintains the strength and ?exibility of our skin, connective tissue, ligaments, bones, joints, muscles, tendons, gums, teeth, eyes, blood vessels, nails and hair. 70% of the skin is collagen. As we age, collagen production slows down. The skin inevitably loses its ?rmness and radiance. Signs of aging, such as enlarged pores, wrinkles, age spots, blemishes, dry & sagging skin, re?ect the body’s diminished ability to build and maintain healthy collagen.
The amino acids in Collagen are anti-stress, and help the liver perform its many tasks.
Collagen protein comes from fibrous animal tissues such as tendons, ligaments, skin, cartilage, and bone. The types of amino acids in collagen are quite different than those found in muscle meat. Before the modern era, humans used all parts of animals for food, and our diets included large amounts of collagen. Because of the modern preference for lean cuts of meat, many people only get a fraction of the collagen needed for optimal health.
The collagen in this product will help balance the antimetabolic amino acids such as tryptophan and cysteine consumed in large quantities in boneless/skinless muscle meat.
1. I see the term “collagen” a lot, but what is collagen actually?
Collagen is a gelatin fiber. It acts as an adhesive and as a combination tissue that contains skin, bone, ligament, cartilage, and blood vessels. Collagen is extremely important as it makes up 30% of the proteins in the body.
2. How will I know if I lack collagen or not?
Collagen is predominately found in the skin. It is collected from both animal and fish skin. If you have trouble with dry skin, wrinkles, speckles, sagging skin, damaged hair, or broken nails, that might mean that you have a collagen deficiency. Both hair and nails are also included as indicators since they are both considered as part of the skin.
3.What are the effects of taking collagen?
Taking collagen will boost body composition. Enriching your body with collagen will positively affect skin, bones, ligaments, cartilage, and blood vessels - which will in turn make your body look younger. It is namely anti-aging. Body composition begins to decline after the age of 25. It is important to regularly take collagen in order to maintain a youthful appearance.
4.What is the best way to take collagen?
Collagen is a protein that is difficult to absorb. The best time to take collagen is first thing in the morning with water. Taking collagen with hot water will restrain the absorption due to collagen gelatinization.