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Progesterone  Article Index
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Q:

Why is cold-pressed so important?

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Cold-pressed has to do with the oils that carry the progesterone cream into your body and ultimately to the receptor sites.  Cold-pressed oils are pulled out of the seed not extracted by high heat.  As with any food, when you heat to high temperatures you remove the enzymes.  The vitamins and minerals are still present when you eat the food but you have to ADD enzymes or your body cannot access them.  It is the same with here.  Since our oils are cold processed they enter the skin more naturally and the bio-availability of the product is higher.

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Where can I purchase Cycle Balance Progesterone Cream?

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On the side of every page and on our Order page.  Cycle Balance Cream is also sold through distributors. You might want to visit our distributor sites as well and gain valuable information about progesterone in general.  Please see our Information Links to find a place to purchase or contact us about purchasing wholesale in bulk

Q:

Where does your progesterone come from and is it certified?

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Our Progesterone is: micronized progesterone USP from wild yam only.  We purchase progesterone and estriol from a USA supplier only.  This allows us to get certificates of analysis from US based labs.  This helps us when there is a difference in the certificates provided and our own tests.

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What is lanol exactly?

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Lanol, vegetable ester is a blend of refined vegetable oils.  The blend of these oils changes some in proportions at times but the major oils in the product are Soybean, Apricot Kernel, Sweet Almond, Safflower and Sunflower oil.  It is listed as lanol because other wise the labeling would have to be changed continually.  Our labels carry the most updated information but at this time (9/2014) the ingredients are…

Cycle Balance Cream Ingredients: Purified water, Carthamus tinctorius (Safflower) seed oil, Aloe barbadensis (Aloe Vera gel extract), Sepigel 305 (polyacrylamide, C13-14 isoparaffin, laureth-7), Cannabis sativa (Hemp) seed oil, Oenothera biennis (Evening primrose) oil, Prunus armeniaca (Apricot) kernel oil, Vitis vinifera (Grape) seed oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E) oil, Progesterone, Potassium Sorbate, Sorbic acid

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What if i am allergic to soy?

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Soybean oil may be used at times as a carrier oil but never for internal use.  It is not the same as eating soybeans. If you are concerned further, you are always encouraged to seek your physican’s advice or contact us.  A naturopath or kineisiologist might be of help to determine this better for you. We have many who recommend our product to their patients.  Remember that our product is derived from wild yam and not soy.

Q:

Can progesterone cream cause acne or does progesterone cream cause acne?

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Acne is caused by many things.  Cyclic acne, which is what many people use progesterone cream for, is usually due to hormonal imbalance when follicles do not mature properly and therefore erupt prematurely under the skin causing pimples much like immature ovarian follicles will cause cysts.Progesterone is actually commonly used to balance hormones and subsequently results in clearing up acne, or cyclic acne, in doing so.Consider Cycle Balance Plus or Female Hormone Balance; both found at Whole Family Products.

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