Estrogen refers to female hormones that control fertility and impact many other body functions.

Estrogen is known to:

  • reduce heart diseases
  • controls LDL cholesterol
  • maintain bone density
  • control body composition
  • protecting against Alzheimer
  • stimulate Growth Hormone [GH]
  • control mood swings
  • impact mental cognitive functioning
Synthetic Estrogens are often found in our food. Animals in industrialized countries, especially the U.S., are routinely fed synthetic estrogens and eat grain and grasses that are laden with pesticides. These synthetic compounds are concentrated in the fat of the meat and dairy products sold commercially.

Xenoestrogens are also found in our everyday environment. These substances have a estrogen-like effect on the body, andcan be found in such items as soaps, perfumes, medicine, and plastics.

Estrogen Replacement Therapy

Estrogen replacement therapy, available by prescription, can counteract the natural loss of the support of the above functions, but can also increase other health risk factors for certain women.

Studies show that Estrogen supplements may contribute to increased risk of blood clots, uterine cancer, and possibly breast cancer.

Must debate surrounds the use of estrogen HRT. Whilst the addition to progesterone has helped to offset fairs of cervical and uterine cancer, progesterone increases the risk of breast cancer in some women. In addition, synthetic estrogens are toxic to the liver.

For many women the decision to use postmenopausal hormone replacement therapy (HRT) was further shaken following the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) released findings that estrogen replacement increased risks of myocardial infarction, stroke, invasive breast cancer, pulmonary emboli, and deep vein thrombosis.

On the positive side, maintaining higher levels of estrogen decreases the risk of colon cancer and bone fractures.

HRT adds an extra toxic load on the liver, in an already over-burdened toxic environment. For this reason, many are seeking more natural ways of boosting hormone levels, without liver damage. The answer to much of this debate is using natural estrogen boosting botannicals. These work naturally in the body without any toxic impact on the liver


Typcial Natural Estrogen Supplements

A typical natural estrogen supplement consists of a potent blend of natural plant estrogens from soy and other botanicals such as Black cohosh, wild yam, Shen Min®, and Dong quai. It also contains essential nutrients, and other co-factor natural ingredients to help maintain the balance your body needs.

Each Daily Dose should contain approximately. [Pecentage RDA]

  • Natural Vitamin E - 30IU [100%]
  • Vitamin B-6 - 10mg [500%]
  • Vitamin B-12 - 25mg [416%]
  • Folate (folic acid) - 400mg [100%]
  • Calicium (as calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate) - 500mg [50%]
  • Magnesium (as magnesium oxide, stearate) - 50mg [13%]
  • Chromium - 200mcg [153%]
  • Shen Min 12:1 (He Shou Wu standardized extract tp 10% chrysophanics)1.8% anthraquiones 100mg *
  • Isoflavones ( soy and kudzu) 50mg *
  • Black cohosh root 4:1 standardized extract (cimicifuga racemosa) - 40mg *
  • Chastenberry standardized extract (5% vitexin)(vitex agnus castus) - 75mg *
  • Dong quai root 4:1 extract (angelica sinesis) - 50mg *
  • Kava kava root standardized extract (30% kavalactones)(piper methysticum) - 100mg *
  • Wild yam root (dioscorea villosa) 65mg * Boron (as boron chelates) - 2mg *

* Denotes no daily dosage established

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