Bio-Men Progesterone Cream 2oz
Highlights from the research of Dr. Francisco Contreras M.D.
Males make progesterone they need it to make their testosterone and for the adrenal glands to make cortisone. Males synthesize progesterone in amounts less than women do but it is still vital.
Men with BPH (swelling of the prostate) and other male related problems will appreciate the speed of relief with progesterone cream. Dr. Contreras recommends that men use 8 t 10 mg of progesterone daily. Progesterone has No feminizing characteristics. Progesterone is 5-alpha reductase inhibitor it helps prevent the conversion of testosterone into DHT.
Progesterone may also help men with complexion and increased energy. Progesterone balances the estrogens that build in a man’s body. Furthermore, it may be important in the prevention and/or treatment of protastism and prostate cancer.
When male’s age, his progesterone level decreases just like it does in women. When progesterone levels decrease, the male’s 5-alpha reductase converts the testosterone to di-hydro testosterone which is useless at removing the prostate cancer cells that estradiol stimulates. Estradiol also stimulates the enlargement of the prostate. This allows the prostate gland to swell and enlarge and in many cases transform into prostate cancer.
The dose of natural progesterone for men is 8 to 10mg per day.
Dr. Francisco Contreras has stated that nearly all men should seriously consider natural progesterone replacement sometime in their 40s’ or even early if they have a family history of prostate cancer.
It has also been theorized that the use of natural progesterone has a reasonable likelihood of decreasing male balding.
Ingredients: Damiana Extract, Biotin, Avena Sativa, Progesterone, Aloe Vera, Saw Palmetto, Pumpkin Seed, Stinging Nettle, L-Arginine, Muira Puama Extract, Rosemary Extract, Siberian Ginseng, Chamomile Extract, Pygeum Bark, Evening Primrose Oil, Vitamin E, Uniphen p-23, Rheosol
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, or imply cure or prevention of any disease.
This information is for educational purposes only.