Milk Thistle Text by Armando González Stuart, Ph.D., 2005 Botanical family: Asteraceae (Compositae). Other common names: Marian thistle, St. Mary’s Thistle. Common names in Spanish: Cardo mariano, Cardo lechoso. Medicinal parts: The dried, ripe fruits or achenes (“seeds”). The ripe fruits or achenes (“seeds”) of this plant have been employed in Europe for many
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HOW TO USE DR. PEAT’S 10% NATURAL BIOIDENTICAL PROGESTERONE IN VITAMIN E
The minimum maintenance dose of Progest-E oil is 3 drops daily, usual y from mid-cycle to menses. Women who have little to no symptoms at al can take this dosage. The more severe your symptoms, the more doses you need. It is recommended that nearly everyone should begin with the high dose directions for 10 days to avoid complications (as low thyroid, high estrogen situations require a high initial dose to avoid progesterone reverting to estrogen). For example, to relieve severe symptoms (hot flashes, menstrual pain, cramping, PMS, ovarian cysts, fibrocystic breast disease, high estrogen, etc.) take one dose (3 drops) five times daily for 10 days, then decrease to about 3 doses daily for 1-2 two weeks (can be longer as needed). Eventual y, 1-2 doses for another few weeks or months as needed. Can continue using every day, or if you’re having a regular menses you can switch to a maintenance dose: one dose per day from mid-cycle to start of menses (usual y about 14 days). Progesterone is stored in the fat cel s so not everyone wil need continuous doses. You must decide from your symptoms and individual need. This product is taken oral y. It is best to rub it around your gums and let it absorb, as opposed to just swal owing it. A drop wil look like the size of a drop that comes out of a dropper. It is easiest to measure the drop at room temperature. When PGE is cold, it wil come out in a large drop, so estimate it, the amount does not have to be perfect. Do not take progesterone while nursing. Natural bioidentical progesterone is an anti-tumor hormone and wil stimulate your body to make it. There are no known toxic side- effects from natural progesterone. An overdose produces anesthesia. If you choose to discontinue PGE, it is recommended that you wean yourself off it and not stop abruptly. Stopping too fast or if stil needed can cause side-effects. Some get hot flashes in three months and some the next day. Balancing the body chemistry is the key. Progesterone protects against the toxic effects of estrogen. By estrogen, we mean any kind, be it what your body makes, or what you take - natural or synthetic estrogens, such as Estriol or Premarin, respectively, or environmental estrogens, xeno-estrogens, herbal sources, such as black cohosh ("Remifemin"), sage and If you have a goiter, progesterone's stimulation of thyroid secretion may lead to transient hyperthyroidism. If so, it’s better to shrink the thyroid with thyroid glandular first, then progesterone wil not cause this effect. In women with cystic ovaries, progesterone in smal doses can be converted to estrogen because the cyst is stuck in the fol icular phase. This causes spotting or sore breasts. If this happens with a smal dose of progesterone, it's a sign of cystic ovaries. Increasing the dosage of progesterone to 1/4 tsp. once and sometimes twice in one day is enough to reverse this situation. Thyroid supplementation is usual y necessary as wel . One drop of Progest-E oil contains about three mil igrams of progesterone. Normal y, the body produces 10 to 20 mil igrams per day. A quantity of 3 or 4 drops usual y brings the blood levels up to the normal range, but this dose can be repeated several times during the day if it is needed to control symptoms. Furthermore, one drop wil include between 4-22mg of Vitamin E. For general purposes, it is most economical and effective to take progesterone dissolved in vitamin E oral y, for example taking a few drops on the lips and tongue, or rubbing it into the gums (it is good for the general health of the gums). These membranes are very thin, and the progesterone quickly enters the blood. When it is swal owed, the vitamin E al ows it to be absorbed through the wal s of the stomach and intestine, and it can be assimilated along with food, in the chylomicrons, permitting it to circulate in the blood to al of the organs before being processed by the liver. For the topical treatment of sun damaged skin, or acne, wrinkles, etc., the oil can be applied directly to the affected area. For topical treatment of arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, or varicose veins, to speed absorption it is best to apply a few drops of olive oil to the area, and then rub the Progest-E into and around the affected area. Some of the progesterone wil be absorbed systemical y, but the highest concentration is sustained in the local area, helping to correct the problem. Why not use Natural Progesterone Cream?
Most progesterone creams contain less than 0.1% of progesterone, barely enough to be effective, except for mild female problems. Lab
analysis of a cream cal ed "Progest" shows that it contains less than 0.1% progesterone. Even true 3% progesterone creams are not enough for most women, which is why we recommend Dr. Peat's 10% progesterone dissolved in natural vitamin E. Most progesterone products are suspended in synthetic vitamin E or even worse, toxic oils, such as soybean or corn oils. Some have parabens and other toxic ingredients. Only dissolved progesterone is useable by the human body. Warning: Progesterone and Wild Yam (Dioscorea) are not the same. Do not confuse progesterone with unaltered wild yam (dioscorea). The human body cannot convert wild yam to progesterone. The body makes progesterone only from cholesterol. The conversion of wild yam to natural progesterone must be done in a chemical factory. So al "progesterone" products labeled "wild yam" (underived) are bogus. Unaltered wild yam, in sufficient amounts, is toxic.
LYCEE Jean-Pierre VERNANT EXTRAIT DU REGISTRE DES DELIBERATIONS 21, rue du Docteur Lédermann DU CONSEIL D’ADMINISTRATION 92310 SEVRES du LYCEE JEAN-PIERRE VERNANT 092 0802X en sa séance du Mardi 3 mars 2009 Le Conseil d’Administration du Lycée de Sèvres - 21, rue du Docteur Lédermann - 92310 SEVRES - sur convocation de son Président adressée le 4 fév