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by admin - April 10th, 2011.
Filed under: Women's Health.

Vitamins and supplements (daily)E – up to 1,200 IU (stimulates production of estrogen)B6 – up to 100 mg.Brewer’s yeast – 3 to 4 tbsp.A – 50,000 unitsВ1 – 50 mg.Calcium lactate – 3 tabletsPABA – up to 100 mg. (natural substitute for estrogen)B-complex, natural, high potencyPantothenic acid – up to 100 mg. (can help delay menopause)Bone meal – 3 tabletsKelp – 3 tablets or 1 tsp. of granulesBetaine Hydrochloride – 1 tablet after each mealWhey powder – 2 tsp.С – up to 3,000 mg.Cod liver oil – 2 tsp. or 4 capsulesCold-pressed vegetable oils, such as sesame or olive oil
Juices Freshly made juices of fruits and vegetables, in season.
Herbs Honduras sarsaparilla, licorice (Aletris Farinosa), unicorn roots (Helonias Dioica), elder. All these herbs contain the natural female sex hormone, estrogen, which to some degree can help compensate for diminished hormone supply due to menopause.
Specifics Vitamins E, С, А, В, and B6, brewer’s yeast, PABA, pantothenic acid, mineral supplement, licorice, unicorn roots, elder.
Notes:Lately, it has become popular to take estrogen (female sex hormone) to prevent or postpone menopausal symptoms. Although hormone therapy is apparently quite successful and will, in many cases, help the patient to feel and act younger, the majority of biological doctors do not recommend it, mainly because of its possible carcinogenic effect. If, however, estrogen therapy is undertaken, it should never be administered at the same time as vitamin E therapy, which is recommended in this section – ingestion of estrogen and vitamin E should be separated by several hours. Also, generous amounts of vitamins B6, C, PABA, folic acid, pantothenic acid and Bi2 will render estrogenic hormones more effective.

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