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Thanks for the review’s.
Are these good for people that have had breast cancer
I have had estrogen receptive breast cancer so can’t use any estrogen-related products. I need something just for vaginal dryness. Is the KY ovules the best under these circumstances?
Thanks for making life easier for women especially like me!
Hi I am.61 yrs young and have been able to get rid of most of my symptoms of the menopause by taking Sun A Chlorella. I came off HRT 3 years ago (speak to your doctor before you stop taking them) and have had no hot flushes, nails, skin and hair are just as good before the menopause. My moods are back to normal and my weight has balanced itself out. I have also been able to completely stop using blood pressure tables for the last couple of years and my arthritis seems to be gone. I have to admit that I still have the dryness so I may try the amata product. However I will always use the chlorella. The Korean and Taiwan chlorella is more pure but it depends on your budget. What I am trying to say is that you need to try different natural products as one size doesn’t fit all. We seem to forget that each and every one of us is a unique individual.
I have been using amberen for 3weeks already noticed a good change.
I wish you’d have given the ingredients for each product you listed and the decription of what it’s supposed to do.
My name is Jennie. My sister suffers from IC. She is in extreme pain off and on all the time. She has tried diet and whathave you, but it’s gotten real bad to where she screams and cries. I would like to have her try your aloe Vera. But I’m sorry but I think for people on fixed income that would be more than she could do. You ever have some sales that she could try it , please let me know. My sister is 77 and has had hysterectomie
Does anyone else not have skin irritations usually but gets very irritated with the wash afterwards
Which one is least in price?
My doctor recommended 100% Organic Coconut Oil and let me tell you that is working. I massage with it ever other night and she’s good to go.