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Anna's Wild Yam Cream

Anna's Wild Yam Cream

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PRODUCT INFO

As women, we go through so much pain and suffering when it comes to our reproductive systems. From mild to severe period pain, the trauma of Menopause, to the agony of Endometriosis, and many of the other unpleasant feminine health issues in between.
Often we consider these issue as normal but just because it is common does not make it normal. They are actually a sign that the body is out of balance. Due to side effects from pharmaceuticals such as the pill, many women have turned to natural alternatives to balance there bodies and restore it back to its normal functioning. If you don't believe us, a quick google search will show you hundreds of positive and satisfied reviews on the products below!

Anna's Wild Yam Cream helps to balance our natural phyto-steroids which are the natural precursor to our Adrenal cortex steroids, precursing Pregnenolone, the first of the steroids generally associated with gender and reproduction, and so on down the chain, via complex multiple pathways. Wild Yam Cream has the potential to do this by delivering its natural ingredients transdermally through the skin into your the blood stream, which then parks the active ingredients in the nearest fatty tissue (our natural storage facility) for use by your endocrine system as required for your natural hormone production to meet your body's emotional and physical and reproductive needs.

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 https://www.annaswildyamcream.com.au

Ingredients

  • Dioscorea Villosa (Mexican Wild Yam) 1:1 liquid extract (200mg/g)
  • Vitex Agnus-Castus (Chaste Tree) 1:2 liquid extract (15mg/g)
  • Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) inner leaf juice (50mcg/g)
  • Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E) (20mg/g)
  • Oil of Avocado and contains Ethanol, a natural herbal extract solvent
  • Natural Preservative containing a Proprietary combination of three essential oils.

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Menstrual Discomfort and Pre Menopause
Counting the first day of your period as DAY 1, commence applying one quarter of a small 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm from DAY 12 to DAY 20 and then half a 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm from DAY 21 until DAY 28, then stop using the cream. Your period should then come and you would recommence using the cream from DAY 12 as above.

If your period comes early stop using the cream. The day your period commenced is DAY 1 and you would start using the cream again on DAY 12 continuing as above.
If a period doesn't arrive after stopping the cream on DAY 28, count to DAY 12 and recommence using the cream as above.

 

More Extreme Menstrual Discomfort
For example;

  • heavy bleeding with extremely painful periods,
  • frequent spotting mid cycle,
  • very long cycles,
Counting the first day of your period as DAY 1, commence applying one quarter of a small 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm from DAY 5 to DAY 18 and then increase to half a 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm from DAY 19 until DAY 28, then stop using the cream.
Your period should then come and the day of your period arrives is again DAY 1 and you would recommence using the cream from DAY 5 as above.
If your period doesn't arrive in the within the first five days after stopping the cream on DAY 28, recommence the cream as above and that day would then become DAY 5 of your new cycle.
However, remember whenever you experience a period with normal blood flow that day is always DAY 1 and you would stop using the cream and begin to count to DAY 5 once again.
If you experience spotting mid cycle continue with the cream until DAY 28 or until you experience a full period with normal blood flow if that day is before DAY 28.
Be aware that you may initially experience heightened symptoms and this is a positive indication that a shift is taking place.
If you are experiencing intermittent periods with hot flushes / night sweats, we would suggest you follow the Menopause Protocol.

Menopause
Counting the first day of your period as DAY 1, commence applying one quarter of a small 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm from DAY 7 through to DAY 20 and then one 2.5ml half teaspoon am and pm from DAY 21 through to DAY 28, then stop using the cream. Your period may come the next day and you will then start using the cream again from DAY 7 as above.
If your period comes early stop using the cream. The day your period commenced is DAY 1 and you would start using the cream again on DAY 7 continuing as above.
If a period doesn't arrive count to DAY 7 and recommence using the cream as above.
Women who haven't had a period for several months and don't know when to start using the cream, may start at any time and the day you commence to use the cream would be counted as DAY 7. You would then follow the protocol above i.e. 1/4 of a 2.5 ml teaspoon morning and night up until DAY 20, and then from DAY 21 increase to 1/2 teaspoon morning and night until DAY 28, then stop using the cream.
If a period comes, that day is DAY 1 and you would count to DAY 7 before recommencing the cream as before. If a period doesn't arrive count 7 days and recommence using the cream.
THE FIRST DAY OF YOUR PERIOD IS ALWAYS DAY 1

Persistent Hot Flushes
Menopausal symptoms should decrease in both intensity and frequency, disappearing by the third month if the above protocol is closely followed.
If at any time during this period hot flushes or night sweats cause undue discomfort, it may help ease your discomfort if a small amount of cream is massaged into your wrists every 15 minutes until the discomfort passes.
If hot flushes or night sweats continue, it may mean that that insufficient cream is being used, or used irregularly.
Women who have elected to come off synthesized hormones may choose to eliminate taking the breaks from using the cream and may need supplementation of additional phyto oestrogens during this period.
Post Menopause 
If you are a mature woman who has passed through menopause and hasn't has a period for over 12 months you are Post Menopausal.
You may decide to use the cream one quarter of a 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm continually without a break, or as we recommend take a 7 day break each month.
The easiest way to calculate your break is by using a calendar month, with DAY 7 being the 7th day of each month. You would then use one quarter of a 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm for two weeks and the remainder of the month one half a 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm. At the end of the month stop using the cream and wait until the 7th day of the following month and recommence as before.
NB - If you are still suffering from hot flushes or night sweats, we would suggest you initially use the cream morning and night without a break, also rubbing a little cream inot the insides of your wrists when these occur. You will find these flushes and sweats come less often and are less severe and will disappear. We suggest you then begin to create a cycle for yourself as above.
AILMENT INFO
  • Menopause 

    • Menopause is the period of waning ovarian function that marks the end of reproductive life i.e. menstruation. This is a normal part of a womens life and should NOT be regarded as a disease. The average age for women to begin menopause called peri menopause is  about 46-47 lasting about 4 years with the average age of menopause being 51. 
    • Herbal medicine aims to assist the body in adjusting to this important change by providing symptomatic relief from the withdrawal of oestrogen. Herbal medicine for menopause is not prescribed indefinitely. It is intended for several years until the body has adapted to the new hormonal levels.
    • The most distressing symptoms of menopause are hot flushes, insomnia and vaginal dryness are all directly related to the drop in oestrogen. Herbs like wild yam contain photo oestrogen which bind or activate oestrogen receptors producing oestrogen like effects thus reducing the symptoms of menopause.
  • Menstrual Pain/Cramps:

    Research shows that women who experience menstrual cramps have abnormal and increased secretion of pro-inflammatory prostaglandins which induce abnormal uterine contractions similar to the way uterine contraction are induced in labour. 

    Herbal medicine aims to decrease the pro-inflammatory prostaglandins production and balance and support oestrogen function in the body. 



TIPS
  • Increase consumption of phytoestrogen foods which bind or activate oestrogen receptors producing oestrogen like effects thus reducing the symptoms of menopause.
    These foods include:
    -Soy foods including soybeans, tofu, miso, and tempeh
    -Sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, and flaxseeds