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Pro-Pause Flash Cream™  Helps With:
ProbioticsHot Flashes,  Anxiety
ProbioticsIrritability, Menopausal Discomfort
ProbioticsThis cream has a cooling effect on the skin
ProbioticsNatural and Paraben Free
ProbioticsAlso moisturizing for your skin

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Product Description

Having hot flashes ease the heat!  


Pro-Pause Flash Cream™ ;


Probiotics A great moisturizing skin cream that also has a cooling effect.


Probiotics Formulated with USP bio-identical micronized progesterone


Probiotics Red Clover, Black Cohosh, Dong Quai,


Probiotics Vitamin B12, Chasteberry Extract


Probiotics Evening Primrose Oil.  Natural & Paraben-Free.


Frequently Asked Questions


Highlights from the research of John R. Lee, M.D.


How does natural progesterone help?


During peri-menopause, many women do not ovulate regularly. After menopause, women do not ovulate at all. Without ovulation, the ovaries to do not produce progesterone. Progesterone levels get lower, night sweats, insomnia, changes in bleeding patterns, fatigue, depression and more. Adding progesterone may help restore the body’s balance and alleviate symptoms.


How soon can I see results?


Depending upon your individual body, your experience may not be the same as the next person’s. Some notice immediate results, while for others it takes longer for the progesterone to work with their symptoms. It may take up to 3 months to notice maximum benefits. Don’t give up! Since it is a natural substance, it may take longer for the body to respond than a power synthetic.


Is Progestin the same thing as progesterone?


No. Progesterone refers to the hormone produced in the body or from a plant source, but chemically identical to human progesterone. In contrast, Progestin is a synthetic progesterone that differs in structure to the body’s own progesterone. Natural progesterone is bio-identical.


Can natural progesterone help with my hot flashes?


A study found that 83% of woman had a decrease in frequency and/or severity of their hot flashes while using natural progesterone. This was printed in Dr. Christiane Northrup’s book, The Wisdom of Menopause. Studies have also indicated that progesterone can eliminate up to 75% of all hot flashes in many woman.


How will I know if I’m using too much natural progesterone?


If you are using too much, you may feel drowsy. As progesterone causes a calming effect, in excessive amounts it may cause drowsiness. Some women notice abdominal bloating. Simply cut back on your dosage. Natural progesterone usually increases energy; you should feel energetic, not lethargic.


What is Phyto-Estrogen?


“Phyto” means plant. A good source of Phyto-Estrogen is Red Clover. Red Clover may help elevate and balance moods, improve sleeping patterns, reduce menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, improve libido, support cardiovascular health and promote maintenance of bone mass. Red Clover contains four main isoflavones: Genistein, Diadzein, Biochanin and Formononetin. Isoflavones cause weak estrogenic activity and thus seem to help menopausal symptoms.


We have Isoflavones in our Ultra-Cal 1000 and Hormone Balance formulas.


Why do I have so much insomnia?


Insomnia in women over 40 is usually associated with the hormonal changes of per-menopause and menopause. Often there is too much estrogen relative to progesterone in the body. Remember estrogen is a central nervous system stimulant and progesterone has a calming effect on the brain. Some women experience excellent results when they rub ¼ tsp. on the back of their necks for their evening dose.


Can I use natural progesterone if I have Osteoporosis?


Dr. John Lee who studied the effect of progesterone on osteoporosis concluded that progesterone may help new bone by stimulating osteoblastic activity.


I have had a hysterectomy, but still have my ovaries. Should I still use natural progesterone?


According to Dr. Lee, this is a good choice. Following hysterectomy, the blood supply to the ovaries is significantly reduced and therefore so is their ability to produce progesterone. Within 2 years of the hysterectomy, production usually falls to postmenopausal levels.


More on Estrogen Dominance in our Library. Click here.


Note: Candida overgrowth causes estrogen dominance by using the body’s progesterone as food.  It devours progesterone, converting it into prednisone as its waste product.  When there is candida overgrowth, it consumes the progesterone, leaving excess estrogen to take up the receptors. Use Pro-Biotics Plus and Oxy-Boost if you have signs of Candida.


* The statements made within this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These statements and the products of this company are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Do You Have Estrogen Dominance? 

 

According to Dr. John Lee, the main causes of Estrogen Dominance are: 

 

Probiotics Nutritional imbalances

 

Probiotics Effects of stress on the body

 

Probiotics Use of birth control pills

 

Probiotics Environmental toxins & synthetic chemicals, such as pesticides and plastics

 

These environmental toxins and chemicals affect the hormone balance of all living creatures including humans. They are called Xenohormones. Most of them have an estrogenic affect, which can cause hormonal imbalance. An excess or deficiency of estrogen has a strong effect on a woman’s body. Too much causes bloating, mood swings and insomnia. Too little causes lethargy, fatigue, depression and low libido.

 

Characteristics of Estrogen Dominance

 

Weight Gain, Insomnia, Fatigue, Memory Loss, Irritability, Acne, Cramping, Irregular Menstrual Flow, Depression, Panic Attacks, Osteoporosis, Cold Hands and Feet, Breast Tenderness, Hair Loss, Thyroid Imbalance, Increased Breast Cancer Risk, Fluid Retention (bloating) just to name some.

 

More on Estrogen Dominance in our Library. Click here. 

 

Note: Candida overgrowth causes estrogen dominance by using the body’s progesterone as food.  It devours progesterone, converting it into prednisone as its waste product.  When there is candida overgrowth, it consumes the progesterone, leaving excess estrogen to take up the receptors. Use Pro-Biotics Plus and Oxy-Boost if you have signs of Candida.

 

Medical References 

 

Anastasi J.N., Leonetti H. B., Wilson K.J. Topical progesterone crème has anti-proliferative effect on estrange-stimulated endometrium. Obstet & Gynecol. 2001. 94 (4 suppl.): 10S and Fertil Steril. 2004. 79 (1): 221-2

 

Bauliey E., CSchumacker M. Progesterone as a neuroactive neurosteroid, with special reference to the effect of progesterone on myelination. Steroids. 2000. Oct.-Nov.: 65 (10-11): 605-12.

 

Braverman, Eric. 1991. Natural estrogen and progesterone research indicates health benefits of natural vs. synthetic hormones. Total Health 13, no. 5 (October): 55.

 

Chang, K.J., et al. Influences of percutaneous administration of estradiol and progesterone on human breast epithelial cell in vivo. Fertility on Sterility 63: 785-91, 1995.

 

Cowan L.D., Gordis L., Tonascia J.A., et al. Breast cancer incidence in women with a history of progesterone deficiency. American Journal of Epidemiology. 1981: 114:209.

 

Dennerstein L., Spencer-Gardner C., Gotts G., Brown J.B., Smith M.A., Burrows G. D. Progesterone and the premenstrual syndrome: a double blind crossover trial. Br Med J (Clin Res Ed) 1985. Jun 1; 290 (6482): 1617-21.

 

History of progesterone as described by Goodman & Gilman. The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics. 6th edition, 1980: Chapter 61 (Estrogens and Progestins: 1420), 1085-1171.

 

Lee, D.R. M.D., 1990. Osteoporosis reversal: the role of progesterone. Intern Clin Nutr Rev 10: 384-91.

 

Lee, D.R. M.D., 1991. Is natural progesterone the missing link in osteoporosis prevention and treatment?.  Medical Hypotheses 35: 316-18.

 

Lee, D.R. M.D., 2003. Natural Hormones for Men: What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Prostate Health and Natural Hormone Supplementation. Hormones Etc. p. 5-24.

 

Leonetti H.B., Longo S., Anasti J.N. Transdermal progesterone cream for vasomotor symptoms and postmenopausal bone loss. Obstet & Gynecol 1990. Aug; 94 (2): 225-8.

 

Ingredients;

Deionized Water; Water that has the ions removed.

 

Allantoin;  Used to moisturize even the driest of skin! Allantoin is extracted from the roots and leaves of the comfrey plant which has long been used to expedite healing.

 

Aloe Vera;  Has antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral compounds.. It also has immune-stimulating and anti inflammatory compounds, and it stimulates collagen synthesis and skin regeneration. Aloe gel contains vitamins C and E, plus the mineral zinc.

 

Vitamin B 12;   Vitamin B12 normally plays a significant role in the metabolism of every cell of the body. Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin with a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system. Vitamin b group help the liver break down excess hormones.

 

Don Quai;  Dong quai is sometimes called the "female ginseng." Dong quai (Angelica sinensis) root has been used for more than a thousand years as a spice, tonic, and medicine in China, Korea, and Japan. Used for relief of symptoms such as hot flashes.

 

Chasteberry;  Chasteberry is the fruit of the chaste tree. Chasteberry is used for menstrual problems, such as premenstrual syndrome, as well as for symptoms of menopause, some types of infertility, and acne. While Chasteberry is a known remedy for estrogen dominance because of its progesterone production stimulating qualities.

 

Milk Thistle; This ingredient is healing and protective to the liver. Liver dysfunction is actually a major cause of hormone imbalance.

 

Black Cohosh;  Black Cohosh is used for hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms.

 

Siberian Ginseng;  Supporting and stimulating efficient adrenal function. Ginseng has traditionally been used for fighting fatigue, providing immune support, providing energy in strenuous exercise programs, supporting and stimulating efficient adrenal function and helping with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

 

Acai;  Super Antioxidant to promote healthy looking skin. Acai is a small and very nutritious berry found in the rain forests of Brazil. The nutrients found in the Acai berry provides many different skin care benefits. Acai also contains a high concentration of mineral Silicon. Silicon have been shown to help improve collagen production in the skin. Improved collagen production leads to an improvement in the strength and elasticity of the skin as well as a reduction of wrinkles.

 

Magnesium Oxide;   Used in cosmetics and skin care products as ph adjusters.

 

Maca Extract;  Maca for hormone balance. Has been used for centuries by indigenous Peruvians as a food source, as well as for increasing stamina and energy. Maca works to balance hormone levels in the body by supporting the pituitary gland, which in turn, helps the body produce more precursor hormones. As a result, estrogen, progesterone and testosterone levels are raised.

 

Hesperidin;   Is found abundantly in citrus fruits.  It acts as an antioxidant.

 

Lecithin Ultralec;  Used as a as a natural emulsifier, makes the cream; creamy and thick.

 

Micronized Progesterone; The progesterone used in this product is derived from the yam plant and is chemically identical to the human hormone, thus offering distinct advantages over synthetic progestins. 

 

Red Clover;  It was thought to "purify" the blood by acting as a diuretic (helping the body get rid of excess fluid) and helps in, improving circulation, and helping cleanse the liver. Modern scientific tests have shown that red clover contains isoflavones, plant based chemicals that produce estrogen like effects in the body. Isoflavones have shown potential in the treatment of a number of conditions associated with menopause, such as hot flashes and can support, cardiovascular health, and osteoporosis.

 

Wild Yam;  Discorea villosa, is a tuberous vine native to North America. Wild yam has traditionally been used to treat menstrual and menopausal disorders. Wild yam shows mild estrogenic properties. The use of Mexican Wild Yam extract in recommended amounts is safe but it should be noted that pregnant women should avoid wild yam in its various forms.

 

Sesame Oil;  Benefits of sesame oil in skin care is natural nutrition as it contains high amounts of nutrients beneficial for the skin like vitamin A and E. Adds in skin hydration.

 

Evening Primrose Oil;  When it comes to having healthy skin, the benefits of evening primrose oil cannot be denied full of essential fatty acids.  The oil contains a very concentrated essential fatty acids  which the body converts into prostaglandins, a substance that functions like hormones, helping to regulate body processes like cell reproduction.

 

Safflaower Oil;  The ingredient in safflower oil that gives it skin friendly properties is linoleic acid  an essential fatty acid,  a substance that physically blocks loss of water from the skin.

 

Rheocare; Used for a thickening agent.      Uniphen; Used as a preservative. 

Deionized Water, Allantoin, Aloe Vera 200 X , Vitamin B 12, Don Quai, Chasteberry, Milk Thistle, Black Cohosh, Siberian Ginseng , Acai, Magnesium Oxide, Maca Extract, Hesperidin, Lecithin Ultralec, Progesterone Micronized, Red Clover, Wild Yam, Sesame Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Safflaower Oil, Uniphen P-23, Rheosol

Suggested Use:  

Apply cream as needed during periods of hot flashes (1/4 tsp).

This product may be used along with your Pro-Women or Pause Naturally Cream for additional support.

Each jar contains 2 ounces of cream. At ¼ teaspoon per dose, the jar contains 48 doses.

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