Friday, October 17, 2008

Announcing Soothe Natural Progesterone Cream for Natural, Chemical-Free Relief of Insomnia and Other Menopause Symptoms

GBB Note: Most women really don't know a whole lot about menopause or progesterone. This seems like an interesting product, although we have no clue as to whether it helps with the symptoms. If anyone in Fayette County tries it and likes it, be sure to let us know.

24-7 -- Nutrition Breakthroughs of Glendale, CA. has introduced the newest addition to their product line - "Soothe Natural Progesterone Cream". The product is a drug-free, chemical-free skin cream for women who are seeking relief from sleepless nights and other uncomfortable symptoms of premenopause, menopause and PMS.

Women in the pre-menopause and menopause years are more and more finding themselves experiencing symptoms of hot flashes, night sweats, chronic insomnia, headaches, anxiety, mood swings, depression, and weight gain. John R. Lee, M.D., author of "What Your Doctor May Not Tell you About Premenopause", says, "With progesterone as a precursor to so many other hormones, it's easy to see why a progesterone deficiency can cause such a wide range of problems."

What distinguishes "Soothe Natural Progesterone Cream" from other similar products is that it contains no artificial chemicals, colors, preservatives, fragrances, or mineral oil. Dr. John Lee says: "Even when a cream contains progesterone, it will not be effective if it isn't suspended in the proper medium. Products containing mineral oil will prevent the progesterone from being absorbed into the skin. Other products haven't properly stabilized the progesterone, so it deteriorates over time with exposure to oxygen."

Soothe Natural Progesterone Cream provides the same exact progesterone molecule that is produced by the female body, and due to its effective delivery medium, its effectiveness lasts all the way down to the bottom of the jar.

Hot flashes and night sweats are the most common menopause symptoms. The results of a placebo-controlled study on progesterone cream were published recently in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The study, which lasted for one year, evaluated the effectiveness of progesterone cream in relieving menopausal hot flashes.

In the treatment group, 25 of the 30 women (or 83 percent) noted improvement or resolution of hot flashes and night sweats. Only 5 of the 26 women in the placebo group (or 19 percent) reported any improvement in their symptoms. The researchers concluded that progesterone cream provides effective relief for hot flashes and night sweats.

Jobee Knight, a nutritional researcher and founder of Nutrition Breakthroughs in Glendale, CA., is someone who fought her own battle against premenopause symptoms, including chronic insomnia. She decided to put her background to use by searching out effective natural solutions. After trying five different brands of progesterone cream, "Soothe" became her choice for both personal use and sale to her customers. She says: "This cream makes me feel physically sound and complete. It turns the roughest sleepless nights into deep, relaxing slumber."

E.D. of Denmark says: "I am doing very well. I apply progesterone cream every morning and evening, and it really "fills in the holes in my body"-- that's what it feels like at least. I can handle restless sleep, insomnia, and aches with it. I had a big migraine a couple of weeks ago, but since then I have adjusted the amount I apply and I believe that has bettered it."

Susan of Los Angeles, CA. says: "I have been using one-fourth teaspoon of progesterone cream twice a day for fourteen days now and notice the night sweats have disappeared and I don't feel so warm all the time."

M.S. of Clearwater, FL. says: "I was experiencing fatigue, loss of appetite, mood shifts, loss of energy, dizziness, and had no strength at all. I had gone for many tests and still couldn't figure out what was wrong. I was at my wits end. I tried the progesterone cream inside my arms and it was like waving a magic wand over my body. I actually felt something shift immediately. I was full of energy. I couldn't believe how good I felt so quickly."

"Soothe Natural Progesterone Cream" is available from Nutrition Breakthroughs.

References:

1. Leonetti H.B., "Transdermal progesterone cream for hot flash symptoms and postmenopausal bone loss." Obstetrics & Gynecology, August 1999.

2. "What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause -- The Breakthrough Book on Natural Progesterone" by John R. Lee, M.D. and Virginia Hopkins.

3. "What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Premenopause -- Balance Your Hormones and Your Life From Thirty to Fifty" by John R. Lee, M.D., Jesse Hanley, M.D., and Virginia Hopkins.

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