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WILD YAM CREAM Hormone Balance
Help maintain a healthy balance of estrogen and testosterone in the body without the use of synthetic hormones with this transdermal cream. M’lis WILD YAM CREAM is formulated with natural ingredients and hormone precursors that when applied to the soft tissue areas of the body (neck, chest, stomach, and inside of arms and thighs), will assist in the ultimate formation and balance of progesterone in the body. WILD YAM CREAM can be used alone or as an essential part of the M’lis Hormone Balancing Program.
• Relieve night sweats and hot flashes • Balance estrogen and testosterone • Provide relief from menopausal symptoms
The balancing cream is a transdermal skin supplement. It is absorbed quickly and is transported to areas of need. Apply 1/4 tsp. daily to a soft skin area of the body (neck, chest, lower stomach and the inside of arms and thighs.) It is best to rotate the area of application. For maximum results, combine with M’lis DHEA internal supplement.
MEXICAN WILD YAM – Helps to balance estrogen and testosterone hormones. ALOE VERA – Softening, healing, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory. Helps with skin penetration, supplying nutrients directly to the tissue. WILD YAM EXTRACT – Progesterone precursor, key component in the ultimate formation and balance of estrogen and testosterone. PROGESTERONE – A precursor in the normal biosynthetic pathway for estrogen. CHAMOMILE EXTRACT – Anti-inflammatory with repairing properties. DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE (D.H.E.A.) – Most dominant hormone in the body, known as the Mother Hormone. Used for anti-aging, hormone balance, fatigue, and immune disorders.
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