Maker's Mark Herbals

Wild Yam Oil - Cycling Years

  • Wild Yam
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The “Cycling Years” blend offers balancing benefits to menstruating women, young and older, who have symptoms that may stem from hormonal imbalances, including fatigue, impaired glandular function, abnormal cycle length, heavy flow, an inability to lose weight, low bone-density, sexual dysfunction, breast tenderness, insomnia, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, cramping, darkened facial hair and low moods. It contains nutritive herbs to help calm and soothe frazzled nerves.

Ingredients: jojoba oil*, castor oil*, saw palmetto*, fenugreek*, Solomon’s seal*, wild yam*, sarsaparilla*, damiana*, chaste berry*, oat straw* — *organic

Suggested use: 1 pump, 2x daily, AM & PM. Apply on cycle days 12-28. Rotate areas of application between forearms, hands, abdomen, face, feet, and inner thighs.

One bottle will last approximately 8 months at the recommended dosage of 2 pumps per day, 3 weeks per month.

One more important thing to consider! There is a lot of hype out there about phytoestrogens, plant estrogens that are claimed to mimic estrogenic activity in the body. What I have come to conclude is that phytoestrogens are NOT the issue XENOestrogens are. "Xenoestrogens include synthetic industrial chemicals used as solvents/lubricants and their byproducts such as plastics (bisphenol A, BPA), plasticizers (phthalates), flame retardants (polybrominated diphenyl ethers, PBDEs), pesticides (dichlorodiphenyItrichloroethane, DDT), and various pharmaceutical agents (diethylstilbestrol, DES)." PMCID:
PMC8395949 PMID: 34445499

Xenoestrogens are everywhere and on everything! Consider - It's near impossible to avoid plastics today.
Phthalates are common in fragrances including scented body care products (think lotions, perfumes, shower gel, shaving gel, hair products etc...) and scented home use products (think cleaners, candles, wall plugs, laundry products etc...) Even ordinary paper towel and toilet paper often contain xenoestrogens! Then add on chemical and pharmaceutical byproduct wastes in our water systems. Seriously, they're everywhere!

Take heart! That's where phytoestrogens shine! It has been shown through various studies that phytoestrogens actually protect cell receptor sites from xenoestrogens!
Plants protect us from environmental toxins! Of course the quality of the plant matters!

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The “Cycling Years” blend offers balancing benefits to menstruating women, young and older, who have symptoms that may stem from hormonal imbalances, including fatigue, impaired glandular function, abnormal cycle length, heavy flow, an inability to lose weight, low bone-density, sexual dysfunction, breast tenderness, insomnia, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, cramping, darkened facial hair and low moods. It contains nutritive herbs to help calm and soothe frazzled nerves.

Ingredients: jojoba oil*, castor oil*, saw palmetto*, fenugreek*, Solomon’s seal*, wild yam*, sarsaparilla*, damiana*, chaste berry*, oat straw* — *organic

Suggested use: 1 pump, 2x daily, AM & PM. Apply on cycle days 12-28. Rotate areas of application between forearms, hands, abdomen, face, feet, and inner thighs.

One bottle will last approximately 8 months at the recommended dosage of 2 pumps per day, 3 weeks per month.

One more important thing to consider! There is a lot of hype out there about phytoestrogens, plant estrogens that are claimed to mimic estrogenic activity in the body. What I have come to conclude is that phytoestrogens are NOT the issue XENOestrogens are. "Xenoestrogens include synthetic industrial chemicals used as solvents/lubricants and their byproducts such as plastics (bisphenol A, BPA), plasticizers (phthalates), flame retardants (polybrominated diphenyl ethers, PBDEs), pesticides (dichlorodiphenyItrichloroethane, DDT), and various pharmaceutical agents (diethylstilbestrol, DES)." PMCID:
PMC8395949 PMID: 34445499

Xenoestrogens are everywhere and on everything! Consider - It's near impossible to avoid plastics today.
Phthalates are common in fragrances including scented body care products (think lotions, perfumes, shower gel, shaving gel, hair products etc...) and scented home use products (think cleaners, candles, wall plugs, laundry products etc...) Even ordinary paper towel and toilet paper often contain xenoestrogens! Then add on chemical and pharmaceutical byproduct wastes in our water systems. Seriously, they're everywhere!

Take heart! That's where phytoestrogens shine! It has been shown through various studies that phytoestrogens actually protect cell receptor sites from xenoestrogens!
Plants protect us from environmental toxins! Of course the quality of the plant matters!

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