Progestelle - Designed from the Ground Up to Help You
by Eckhart, MD
Progesterone Cream and Progesterone Oil is what I have done since 1999. This is all I do. Hormones. That's it.
Over 8000 patients since 1999 to 2008, Eckhart, MD has treated female diseases such as PMS, breast cysts, fibrocystic breast disease, uterine fibroids, dysmenorrhea, heavy bleeding, ovarian cysts, post menopausal hot flashes, premenstrual migraines, menstrual migraines, repeat first trimester miscarriage, thinning hair and weight loss, using progesterone cream and the avoidance of xenoestrogens and phytoestrogens.
If you just use progesterone cream you success rate may be only 60%. However, with the avoidance of xenoestrogens and phytoestrogens along with using the progesterone cream the success rate for most of the above diseases with the exception of uterine fibroids may be as high as 90%.
What used to be an intractable incurable disease treated with birth control pills for the rest of your life is now a routine simple case for Eckhart, MD.
In addition, many women that strictly follow the avoidance list may NOT even need progesterone cream after several months.
What other company is going to tell you that?
If you follow the avoidance list religiously, you will only need to take progesterone for a couple of months for a mild problem.
Yes, the xenoestrogens and phytoestrogens are CAUSING your problem in synergy with any fear, stress, and anxiety.
The breast cancer incidence used to be 1 out of 20 in the 1950's, as of 2008. The breast cancer incidence in 2008 is 1 out of 7. The incidence rate has dropped slightly since the bad news came out about prescription synthetic hormones. At least that is what the leading epidemiologists claim.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure it out.
A lot of stuff that you cannot pronounce may not be good for you when put on the skin.
My main specialty is hormonal health. This is a lifestyle whole body approach. I do not just deal with symptoms. I don't give out "band-aids". I get to the root cause of the problem.
I educate women about total hormonal health and well-being. My goal is that you do not have to take any drugs. You are just healthy.
I consult for free. But I hope that you would buy our product. I can't support my competitors.
However, the answer is becoming so routine and so simple that most questions may be answered by reading the booklet that comes with our product.
Our product Progestelle was designed over a period of 2 years. I found out the hard way most of my competitors had ingredients that were actually estrogenic and were making many of my patients worse.
My manufacturing process is tight and I personally supervise the production of Progestelle to tight tolerances. No shipping my customers product in plastic. Plastic can outgas into the Progesterone cream. Plastic may have additives like BPA that is estrogenic. Plastic bottles are cheap to buy and cheap to ship. But I don't like it.
Progestelle was designed from the ground up to be a clinical technical product superior to other progesterone creams. We designed it to maintain health NOT as a mere superficial measure to make something appear better, more attractive, or more impressive. I believe that Progestelle Natural Progesterone Oil is superior to other progesterone creams on the market because it is so simple. I only use 2 ingredients: coconut oil and USP pharmaceutical grade bioidentical Natural Progesterone. Through hard medical clinical experience, I found that many of our competitors used chemicals or herbs in their cream that were estrogenic and made my patients worse. Progesterone cream is made of water and oil. Then a chemical emulsifier is added to keep the water and oil mixed together. A thickener is also added. Since there is water in the progesterone cream a preservative must be added to stop bacteria from growing. Preservatives such as methyl paraben, butyl paraben, propyl paraben, and phenoxyethanol were shown to act like estrogen in animal studies and test tube studies. Clinically, those progesterone creams that had these preservatives made my patients worse, not better.
Progestelle contains just two ingredients. The first ingredient is coconut oil. Coconut oil was chosen because in general farmers do not spray coconuts with pesticides and do NOT use chemical fertilizers on coconut trees. The only problem with coconut oil is the 1 out of 300 patients that have an allergy to coconut oil. For these patients I have progesterone with grape seed oil or olive oil.
The second ingredient in Progestelle is USP pharmaceutical grade progesterone obtained from a wholesaler that also supplies compounding pharmacies across the United States. This progesterone is fabricated from yams. The progesterone is test by a third party analytical chemistry lab for purity and consistency guaranteeing results for our customers. Nothing is left to chance.
Progestelle is packed and manufactured in glass bottles. Glass is more expensive to buy and more expensive to ship. However, I believe that glass is better for our customers. Plastic can outgas different additives that mimic estrogen. Bis-phenol A or BPA for short is used to prolong the life of plastics and also is used in the production of plastics. See the article here. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bisphenol_A Although BPA is said to have negligible skin permeability, if the researchers did a blood test they would not find the BPA. They would have to do a saliva test for BPA. To come up with the conclusion that BPA has negligible skin permeability, did they use the correct test? Is this the correct conclusion? BPA is only one of the chemicals found in plastic that has endocrine disrupting effects. There are other chemicals.
The second punch in our fight against women's diseases is the avoidance list. Back in 1999, when I first started using progesterone in my clinical practice much to my horror, I found that certain progesterone creams made my patients worse, not better. I gave my mother a progesterone cream that contained rosemary for her fibroid that was the size of a softball. Much to my surprise, my mother called me up after a month complaining that the fibroid had grown bigger! I researched the competitor's product literature and found that they had added rosemary as an estrogenic herb for hot flashes. The rosemary acted like an estrogen and made my mother's fibroid bigger.
What else put on the skin makes the fibroid bigger? That was the second thing that I started to research. I found a plethora of chemicals and herbs that are in cosmetics and toiletries that also pretended to be estrogen (xenoestrogens) and were making my patients sick. So I began to compile a list from the research community of chemicals that pretend to be estrogen (xenoestrogens). Unfortunately, many of these chemicals found in products from the store have no testing for hormone disruption at all. No one knows. Since 1999 until now, I have interviewed patients through time sucking interviews. My patients tell me what they think has made them worse. This information is added to the booklet. The booklet is updated about every 2-3 months.
I am for total health for my patients. I take it very seriously. Recently, there has been a complaint that "There is No Peter Eckhart MD". The link to the above website explains that Peter Eckhart MD is the pen name for Renwin Yee MD. Renwin Yee MD used a pen name to fit into American society because Peter Eckhart MD is easier to pronounce.