Harmony Natural Hormone Cream
Natural Hormone Cream
What makes Harmony radically different than most hormone creams is the unique combination of natural herbs and oils that enhance the effectiveness of the progesterone and stimulate your body to reboot itself.
Think It’s Menopause?… Think Again.
Harmony’s “feel good” secrets tame the toxic world and get your groove back
Swinging from raging to weeping uncontrollably… Fighting a losing battle with belly fat… Staring at your alarm clock for hours in the middle of the night… Curling up in agony with cramps… Getting knocked out with blinding migraines…
You’re not alone in this battle. Every week, I see more and more women come into my Wellness Center as patients with similar symptoms.
This is NOT your mother’s menopause.
Yet, when you link the symptoms all together, it looks eerily similar to it.
Your environment has thrown you a serious curveball. This is not the same world your mother grew up in.
There are now too many unnatural “estrogen-lookalikes” that get into your system through the environment.
These estrogen mimics come from everywhere… plastic bottles, your drinking water, chemicals and hormones in what you eat and drink, cleaning products, cosmetics and even the air you breathe.
These unnatural mimics make your body react like it is loaded with estrogen. Your progesterone level gets completely overwhelmed. As a result, your hormones go out of control.
Symptoms of low progesterone can include: anxiety, fatigue, low sex drive, vaginal dryness, irritability, insomnia, depression, mood swings, migraines, weight changes, wrinkles, and dry skin
Fortunately, there is a solution.
I call it Harmony.
Harmony is my topical cream that includes natural progesterone, pregnenolone and sarsaparilla. No other formula contains these 3 “feel good” ingredients that can help eliminate extreme menopausal symptoms, lift your spirits, boost your libido and help your skin look younger and fresher.
Progesterone is Your Brain’s Best Friend
Your brain is highly responsive to progesterone. When you get enough progesterone, you sleep better, feel calm, have less anxiety, enjoy a happier mood, have a higher libido, and it even helps reduce and eliminate migraines and PMS.1,2,3,4
When I diagnose a patient as having “Low-P” and give her the progesterone she needs. I always have a very happy patient.
Pregnenolone: The Anti-Aging Marvel That Boosts Energy and Reduces Stress
The combination of natural progesterone and pregnenolone is what truly makes Harmony the “feel good” therapy women respond to.
You might think of pregnenolone as the “mother” hormone, needed to make all the others. And when your levels are up, it feels like you’re “coming home.” So it gives you that feeling of being protected and nurtured.
Pregnenolone helps improve energy, wellbeing, sexual enjoyment and libido… and it even has face-lifting power.
Little Known Brazilian Secret Boosts Mood and Clears Skin
To work in sync with the natural progesterone and the pregnenolone in Harmony, I added sarsaparilla (smiliax officinalis).
Sarsaparilla doesn’t contain progesterone. But it can stimulate your body’s own production of the hormone. By increasing progesterone activity, it helps relieve PMS and menopausal symptoms. At the same time, it may help lift a low sex drive out of the doldrums, and help you improve your mood and feel a whole lot better about life in general.
Restore Hormonal Balance to Your Life and Get Your Groove Back
Harmony helps restore balance to your hormones and ultimately your life. It can make you feel better, look younger, and live happier and more upbeat.
Try it yourself today, risk-free!
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3. Gulinello M, Smith SS. Anxiogenic effects of neurosteroid exposure: sex differences and altered GABAA receptor pharmacology in adult rats. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 2003 May;305(2):541-8.
4. Rupprecht R. Neuroactive steroids: mechanisms of action and neuropsychopharmacological properties. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2003 Feb;28(2):139-68.