Dr. Peat's Progest E Oil Complex, 34 ml
If the weather is very hot where you live, we suggest that you use Priority or Express Mail. And be sure your package is not going to sit in a hot mail box for hours before you pick it up. Think about where you are mailing this product and where you can get it delivered (perhaps at a work address) to avoid the issue of your progest e getting over-heated.
Dr. Peat's Progest E Replenishing Oil Complex (natural progesterone oil) from Kenogen is natural bioidentical progesterone derived from wild yam preserved in vitamin E oil. Progest E continues to be our number #1 best seller.
Our Progest E Oil is kept refrigerated at all times. We purchase a new batch from the manufacturer every few weeks, so you are always assured the freshest Progest E Oil.
For customer's in very warm or hot climates, we recommend upgrading to Priority or Express shipping. It is okay for this product to be out of refrigeration. We keep it refrigerated and recommend that you do as well, to keep it at its optimum potency for the longest time possible.
There is no limit on how many units you can purchase of this product.
Some people experience the taste of this product to be a little bitter, or strange tasting. This is natural. This product is preserved with natural vitamin E.
Dr. Peat's Progest-E Complex supports the following:
- Hot Flashes
- Menstrual pain and PMS symptoms
- Ovarian cysts
- Fibrocystic breasts
- Toxic effects of estrogen
- Supports full spectrum issues related to estrogen imbalance
- In this 10% solution of Progest-E Complex, one drop contains about three milligrams of progesterone
- A 10% progesterone - 90% vitamin E solution in a one ounce bottle means that there is about 2800 mg of natural progesterone per 1.15 oz. bottle
- At 3 mg per drop, there are over 300 drops in each bottle (When the product is cool or cold it is more like a thick syrup, so you may need to estimate the amount used, which is perfectly fine. Dosing does not need to be exact.)
- We keep our inventory of Dr. Peat's Progest-E oil refrigerated, just as we recommend you do at home.
- Shelf life varies with exposure to natural light and the average storage temperature; if stored in the dark with an average temperature around 60 to 65 degrees, it would keep well for about a year.
- Our inventory is replenished every few weeks, so we have only the freshest Progest-E in stock at all times!
- Instructions for Use
- See all products sold by Long Natural Health specifically geared toward women's health & hormonal support.
Is Progest-E micronized?
The particle size definitely makes a difference—the smaller the better! Tests have shown micronized progesterone to have significantly higher absorption than standard milled progesterone. In the US the standard milled has an average particle size of approximately 45 microns, micronized progesterone is less than 15 microns. However, for progesterone containing products, it is the formula and its inherent stability (or lack of it) which will determine the benefits available to users of the product. Due to its unique formulation, Progest-E has a functional progesterone particle size over a thousand times smaller than micronized progesterone, in a biologically pure and highly stable formula.
What about the Soy in Progest E?
The vitamin E in the Progest-E Complex is derived from NON-GMO soy. There are several compounds found in soybeans which are identified as plant estrogens—the isoflavones. The isoflavones are attached to the proteins in the plant and are found in foods which use the whole soybean such as tofu, and soybean meal. These directly estrogenic compounds do not occur in the oily fractions of the plant, for example in the soybean oil and vitamin E. Nonetheless, we believe that soybean oil should not be in the diet and is indirectly estrogenic because of the high PUFA content. Low grades of vitamin E (even vitamin Es often used to make dietary supplements) contain varying amounts of soybean oil as a diluent. In contrast, the vitamin E used in Progest-E is of the highest quality and purification level and it does not contain soybean oil. People with soy allergies should have no problem with this product.
Source of Vitamin E in Progest E:
The process of extracting vitamin E from soybeans is designed so that the vitamin E will not be oxidized or degraded during manufacturing, and this is verified by analysis at the end of each extraction.
There are a few other plants being used to make “vitamin E” products, but the products being produced from those sources are low grade varieties of vitamin E with various contaminants including a high PUFA content. They also carry a greater risk of pesticide contamination.
There are several undesirable substances found in whole soybeans, but they are all eliminated during the extraction of vitamin E. This cannot be said of the other plant-sourced vitamin Es on the market, and therefore we believe the soy-derived vitamin E remains the best and healthiest plant-sourced vitamin E on the market today.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant or nursing, please consult your healthcare professional before using this or any product. Keep out of the reach of children.
Progesterone by Dr. Raymond Peat
Dr. Peat's Progest E Complex contains the following:
- Supplement Facts: ServiProgest-E because for mng Size 3 drops, Servings per Container about 300
- Natural d-alpha tocopherol &/or mixed tocopherols (vitamin E) 4-22 mg per drop; 12-66 mg per serving
- Natural progesterone derived from wild yam 3 mg per drop; 9 mg per serving
- Other Ingredients: Vegetable triglycerides (plant-based, sourced from either olive or coconut)
**The vitamin E in the Progest-E Complex is derived from NON-GMO soy. There are several compounds found in soybeans which are identified as plant estrogens—the isoflavones. The isoflavones are attached to the proteins in the plant and are found in foods which use the whole soybean such as tofu, and soybean meal. These directly estrogenic compounds do not occur in the oily fractions of the plant, for example in the soybean oil and vitamin E. Nonetheless, we believe that soybean oil should not be in the diet and is indirectly estrogenic because of the high PUFA content. Low grades of vitamin E (even vitamin Es often used to make dietary supplements) contain varying amounts of soybean oil as a diluent. In contrast, the vitamin E used in Progest-E is of the highest quality and purification level and it does not contain soybean oil. People with soy allergies have no problem with this product.
**The progesterone in Dr. Peat`s Progest-E Complex is USP.
Additional Information: Normally, the body produces 10 to 20 milligrams of progesterone per day on its own. Though many factors can cause low levels. A quantity of 3 or 4 drops usually brings the blood levels up to the normal range, but this dose can be repeated several times during the day if needed. For general purposes, it is effective to take progesterone dissolved in vitamin E orally into the mouth, or by rubbing it into the gums. The Progest E Oil can be applied directly to the skin, for skin issues or beauty, and can be helpful for areas affected by sun, and conditions such as physical pain, arthritis, osteoporosis, tendinitis, bursitis, varicose veins, etc. It can also be used for vaginal dryness. To speed up assimilation and to make application easier when applied externally, add a few drops of olive oil or coconut oil to the area then rub Progest-E Oil Complex into and around the affected area.
It is best to keep this product refrigerated to keep fresh. Though, it is perfectly fine to have it outside at room temperature for hours or can be stored up to a year if kept in the dark between 60 - 65 degrees Just keep away from extreme heat, sunshine, or direct light.
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Great Product! Great Company!
Posted by Diane M Postell on Nov 19th 2018
This is an excellent product. I use it to help with my hormones. The company is excellent. There was a problem with the shipment and they went far and beyond to help me to solve the problem!
Posted by Unknown on Nov 11th 2018
It has worked great for me.
Posted by susan allen on Jul 15th 2018
I could kick myself...After purchasing this, I came to understand that their vitamin E is derived from Non-GMO soybean oil. Of course, Non-GMO is good. However, GMO isn't the only concern with soy beans. They actually, from what I've researched so far, RAISE ESTROGEN LEVELS. That appears to be contradictory to the purpose of ingesting progesterone. Maybe I'm wrong, but that's a big problem if you're consuming it everyday or so! Could someone explain this contradiction?
LNH Response: The vitamin E in the Progest-E Complex is derived from NON-GMO soy. Though, the manufacturer says there is NO Soy Oil or soy beans in this product.
Susan's Response: "Thanks for the helpful information. I'm adding stars!"
Posted by Katri on May 17th 2018
Dr Peat's Progest E Oil Complex is great stuff
Posted by JB on Mar 19th 2018
I received my bottles in good condition, it does seem that they store the oil well and keep a fresh supply. This oil has been a huge part of my healing process.
Product as I intended
Posted by Unknown on Feb 27th 2018
Just what I wanted
THE BEST PRODUCT FOR WOMEN EVER
Posted by Mirtha on Feb 9th 2018
I feel so well with these drops, I recommend it to all women!! It really is amazing! Read the instructions for its use correctly. I also recommend to
read doctor Ray Peat's page on the internet.
Posted by Unknown on Feb 4th 2018
I really like this product. I swear it reduces my symptoms during certain times in my cycle. I will buy it again once I run out.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 13th 2018
Best progesterone supplement so far
Posted by Unknown on Dec 31st 2017
I don't dare run out!
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