Andropause Prostate Cream is a blend of essential oils, herbs and natural progesterone. The progesterone in our product is bio-identical to that which your body would produce if it were working at a higher level of efficiency.
How to Use the cream: Apply 1/4 tsp. (press on the pump to make a one inch strip) twice a day on thin skin areas of the body (feet, top of the chest, neck, scrotum, inside arms, wrist, ankles and feet). Rotating areas regularly is encouraged.
Prostate Cream (Andropause Cream prostate care) may be helpful if you have the following symptoms:
Dr Lee was the founding father of hormonal medicine as we know it today. He was the pioneer who made it possible for men and women alike to find it more comfortable to bring hormonal issues to doctors. Although Dr. Lee was a strong advocate for women, he was also an innovator in male fertility and andropause products, books and supplementation.
Here is what Dr. Lee had to say about men’s hormones and the need for natural progesterone supplementation, for men. The article is entitled Testosterone Is Only Part Of The Picture.
Read Dr. Lee’s article excerpt from the John R. Lee M.D. medical newsletter, January 1999 issue:
Needless to say, this gave me much to think about. Since then, several men with prostate cancer have told me their PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) level – an indication of prostate cancer – decreased when they started using a daily dab of progesterone cream and that they had no progression of their prostate lesions since using the cream. One man called to say his bone metastasizes are now no longer visible by Mayo Clinic X-ray tests. Though I retired from active practice ten years ago, six of my former patients with early prostate cancer have been using progesterone cream (along with diet, some vitamin and mineral supplements and saw palmetto) for about five years. All report their cancer has shown no progression.
The Wrong Treatment All These Years
Since Huggins showed, in 1941, that castration (removal of the testicles) slowed progression of prostate cancer, physicians have assumed it was the resulting lack of testosterone that slowed the cancer and ever since have relied on suppression of testosterone in their treatment of the disease. However, the testosterone suppression benefit only lasts two to three years, and then the prostate cancer progresses to an androgen (male hormone) intensive state that continues to spread. Despite this, metastatic prostate cancer patients are treated with androgen blockade through castration (orchectomy) and /or hormone-suppressing drugs.