Your Doctor knows that pregnancy stops or slows Endometriosis. Why not create a "fake" pregnancy by giving progesterone, the hormone of pregnancy? Chemicals or Herbs that mimic estrogen stimulate Endometriosis to grow. Cutting out these xenoestrogens helps to stop Endometriosis from growing. We provide a list of estrogenic chemicals and herbs to avoid. We provide a list of recommended products free of xenoestrogens. Any deviation from this recommended list may result in therapy failure.
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Progesterone Oil purer than Progesterone Cream. First time buyers get a Booklet on how to use Natural Progesterone Cream to create a "fake" pregnancy. Pregnancy helps to stop Endometriosis. Progesterone is the dominant hormone in pregnancy and goes up in production from 20 mg/day to 400 mg/day during one day of third trimester pregnancy. Progesterone can be taken to create a pseudo pregnancy to stop endometriosis.
Before 1921, there were only 20 reports of Endometriosis in the entire medical literature. Now, Endometriosis is one of the leading causes of infertility and occurs in 1 out of 20 women in America. Many blame the proliferation of estrogen mimicking chemicals, xenoestrogens, to cause Endometriosis. As of 2016, the FDA is implementing screening, testing, and research programs to evaluate possible endocrine (hormone) effects with the use of chemicals. Estrogen makes Endometriosis grow. So avoiding xenoestrogens helps to stop Endometriosis.
In addition, natural and organic herbs can also mimic estrogen. Clifford Bloch, MD, a pediatric endocrinologist in Denver, Colorado was presented with 3 young boys with gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is "man boobs". He measured the boy's hormones and found them to be within normal limits. He found out that the parents of the boys were giving them lavender or tea tree oil. On a hunch, he told the parents to stop the lavender oil and tea tree oil. The "man boobs" disappeared in 3-4 months. Then, Bloch, MD took the lavender and tea tree oil separately and put them into test tubes with breast cancer cells sensitive to estrogen. The lavender and tea tree oil made the estrogen sensitive breast cancer cells proliferate. Bloch, MD's conclustion was that lavender and tea tree oil mimic estrogen. The implications for Endometriosis Treatment are staggering.
Endometriosis is caused by estrogen. Lavender or tea tree oil mimic estrogen. Lavender or tea tree oil may cause Endometriosis. Topical application of lavender or tea tree oil may cause Endometriosis. Lavender or tea tree oil does NOT show up on the hormone tests.
We provide a list of suspect chemicals and herbs that mimic estrogen. These herbs or chemicals are active at parts per billion in the human body. A normal estradiol is 100 pg/g. This is 0.1 parts per billion. A normal estradiol in a woman runs at 0.1 parts per billion. Chemicals or herbs put on the skin is right in that range of parts per billion. I have personally observed women being severely adversely affected by chapstick containing herbal estrogen mimics applied 3 times per week.
Anything put on the skin is 10 times the oral dose in potency compared to whatever is taken orally. Anything absorbed by the skin bypasses the liver and goes directly into the body. Thus, the Endometriosis patient must pay 10 times as much attention to what is being put on the skin compared to what is being eaten.