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Wellsprings Serenity

A natural, bioidentical progesterone cream for relief of menopause symptoms and other conditions related to hormone imbalance.

£14.99
+ POSTAGE & PACKING
Natural Hormone Replenishment. For over 10 years Wellsprings Serenity has been chosen by women and doctors as a natural alternative to Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). Women who use Serenity report their symptoms are relieved and quality of life restored, without the side-effects often experienced with common HRT treatments.
Effective Symptoms Relief
Hot Flushes, Night Sweats, Bloating, Weight Gain, Breast Tenderness, Insomnia, Irregular Bleeding. Wellsprings Serenity helps relieve symptoms of menopause and other conditions of hormone imbalance.
Tried & Tested
Wellsprings Serenity has been helping relieve symptoms of hormone imbalance since 1997. Natural Progesterone, its active ingredient, has been prescribed since the 1930s for symptom relief.
 
Natural, Bioidentical Hormones
The active ingredient in Wellsprings Serenity is Natural Progesterone which is bioidentical to your body’s own progesterone. (Conventional HRT uses synthetic hormones that are alien to the body and widely believed to be behind the many reported side-effects.)
Long Term Health
The natural progesterone in Wellsprings Serenity has been demonstrated to combat the effects of bone breakdown that accelerate during menopause and can lead to osteoporosis.




Premium Progesterone Cream. Wellsprings Serenity is a gentle, fragrance free, natural progesterone cream with an advanced liposomal formula that optimises absorption.
Certified Bioidentical Progesterone Content
2.34% Natural Progesterone
Each 60g (2.1oz) jar of Serenity contains 1,260mg of bioidentical USP Pharmaceutical grade Natural Progesterone extracted from plant saponins.
Advanced Liposomal Formula
97% - 100% Absorption
Serenity’s advanced liposomal formula optimises progesterone absorption while keeping skin healthy and moisturised in areas where applied.
Hypo-Allergenic
All natural ingredients
Free from common allergens.
Fragrance Free
For discreet application
Serenity is fragrance free so as not to interfere with other scented products you may be using.
Animal Friendly
No animal testing
Serenity is not tested on animals in any way and no animal by-products are used in its formulation.
Ingredients
 
Deionized Water, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glycerin, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Progesterone, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Sorbic Acid, Cetyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Isopropyl Myristate, Stearic Acid, Sodium, Hyaluronate, Sodium PCA, Methyl Glucose Sesquistearate, Aminomethyl Propanol, Carbomer, Tocopheryl Acetate, Grapefruit Seed Extract, PEG-20 Methyl Glucose Sesquistearate, Xanthan Gum
 
Wellsprings Serenity should be applied morning and bedtime to both thin and fatty tissue areas of the body. It is important to massage the cream into a different area each time.

We recommend using a double dosage (1/4 teaspoon instead of 1/8 teaspoon) of cream for the first month of application. Also, please ensure you finish the full jar of your cream to allow time for your hormone levels to stabilise and symptoms to be properly treated.
 Usage Schedule *
 
* Typical usage for best performance based on experience of long term users of Serenity
 
Usage Overview

A healthy woman will naturally manufacture 20-25mg of progesterone per day in the second half of her monthly cycle and the intention is to deliver this same amount of natural progesterone into the system with the cream.

An eighth-teaspoon of Serenity contains 15mg of natural progesterone, so one application in the morning and one at bed-time will constitute a dosage of 30mg per day which, allowing for some wastage, will deliver the required net dose of 20-25mg per day; the same as should be produced naturally.

If symptoms are severe you may use a quarter-teaspoon mornings and evenings, but all women are different and dosage should be assessed and modified by each individual through their own experience over a period of time.

Each jar contains over 90 eighth-teaspoon applications so a jar should last about 3 months for those having periods and 2 months for those on the 24 day regime.

Applying Cream
 
 
Apply Serenity to the fatty tissue areas of the body, rotating application areas to maximise absorption.
 Top Tip
 
How to measure 1/8th of a teaspoon
 
Dab the underside of your little finger halfway to the nail (just as a face cream). The amount is about the size of a garden pea.
 Top Tip
 
Quick Relief
For a more instant effect (for migraine headaches for example) it has been found that massaging the cream into the areas of thin skin (inner wrists, temples and behind the ears) can give relief.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Why hasn't my doctor prescribed natural progesterone?
Natural progesterone has in fact been prescribed since the 1930s and a growing number of doctors are now recommending it.

The major pharmaceutical companies market HRT treatments that contain artificial hormones that they can patent and are profitable. The resources of these companies has enabled them to position them as the standard prescription for menopause symptoms and other conditions of hormonal imbalance despite increasing reports of their side effects.

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What are the conditions natural progesterone can benefit?
Natural progesterone is most commonly used to treat both short and long term symptoms associated with Oestrogen Dominance.

During menopause these symptoms include:

- Hot flushes
- Mood Swings & Depression
- Water retention
- Breast swelling and pain
- Heavy or irregular periods
- Uterine fibroids
- Weight gain, particularly around hips and thighs

One of the prime long term conditions associated with oestrogen dominance is osteoporosis. Natural Progesterone has been demonstrated to be an effective treatment for this condition.

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What is natural progesterone?
Natural progesterone, also known as bioidentical progesterone, is 100% the same as the progesterone hormone produced naturally in the body. As such it is treated by the body the same way and can perform all the functions of the body's own progesterone.

Prescribed since the 1930s, it is used to treat menopause related symptoms and other conditions associated with hormone imbalance.

It is important to recognise the difference between natural progesterone and the artificial progesterones (progestins) used in common HRT treatments. While in some ways progestins perform in the same manner as natural progesterone they are in fact chemically different and thus not treated by the body the same way. This is believed to be behind the reported side effects of common HRT treatments.

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>> Natural Progesterone

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Why does Serenity contain just progesterone and no oestrogen?
Specialists have identified that a deficiency in progesterone in relation to oestrogen is at the root of most women's hormonal complaints.

Doctors such as Dr John R Lee, who prescribed natural progesterone for 30 years and wrote extensively about its benefits, demonstrated that supplementing progesterone alone, in its natural form, is what most sufferers require in order for health and wellbeing to be restored.

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Are there any side effects associated with natural progesterone?
There have been no reported side effects associated with natural progesterone since it was first prescribed, over 60 years ago.

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How can a cream get natural progesterone into my body?
'Transdermal application' is the method of delivering substances into the body through the skin. It is used in products such as nicotine patches and pain-killing gels.

When taken orally, natural progesterone gets removed almost entirely by the liver. When applied in cream form over 90% of the progesterone content is absorbed.

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What is the difference between Serenity and conventional HRT treatments?
Most conventional HRT treatments prescribed to treat progesterone deficiency employ chemically modified, artificial progesterones known as progestins. While performing in some ways like natural progesterone, these substances are alien to the body and not treated the same way. This is believed to be behind the reported side effects of conventional HRT treatments.

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>> Natural Progesterone

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How long does a jar of Serenity last?
With regular use a jar of Serenity should last around 3 months.
What is the natural progesterone content of Wellsprings Serenity?
Wellsprings Serenity has a natural progesterone content of 1,260mg per 60g (2.1oz) jar. That is equivalent to 2.34%.
Is there medical research behind the claims for natural progesterone?
Yes, there is a lot of research indicating a positive role for natural progesterone in alleviating menopause symptoms, and the negative side-effects of synthetic HRT. You can read some of these citations here and here.
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Frequently Asked Questions
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Feature Product
 
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