Wild Yam Cream
Saturday, April 2nd 2005
Now you have a natural choice
In the 1940's, the scientific community discovered Wild Yam. They found progesterone and estrogen could inexpensively be synthesized from diosgenin, the active constituent found in Wild Yam root. Wild yam has been used by many cultures for over 2,000 years. In Chinese medicine it was first mentioned in the Pen Tsao Ching in 26 B.C.
Plant compounds containing diosgenin can help support the body's normal natural functions associated with menopause and PMS.
PMS, like Menopause, is caused by a progesterone and estrogen imbalance. The symptoms associated with PMS may vary from menopausal symptoms, but relief can be achieved by utilizing some of the same natural alternatives.
"At Last there are choices."
Jason Super Hydrating Balancing Wild Yam Creme. This luxurious, super-hydrating crème is specifically designed to comfort and balance menopausal skin. The cooling blend of Licorice, Ginseng and Wild Yam works harmoniously to help increase moisture retention, and boost skin’s elasticity, clarity and radiance. With use, your skin is soothed and calmed with touchable softness and healthy radiance.
Atrium Femme Enhance Premium Quality Wild Yam Cream. The secret to the effectiveness of Femme-Enhance is not only the quality of the natural herbal extract, but also in the triple strength complex potencies of Dioscorea Villosa (Wild yam) selectively blended in a non-ionic cream base. This ensures a natural non-allergenic product that is specifically designed to provide support during the menstrual cycle, to minimise premenstrual syndrome as well as being supportive during and after menopause. 100% natural and organic ingredients in a vegetable/plant derived base. Natural Progesterone Support.
Footnote from Ideal Health:
The following products are all useful for PMS & Menopause:
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