What I take and where it is available
Vitamin E * - Both of these are good products. I would use either one.
Antihistamine (Seasonally and as needed)
For Progesterone supplementation, I use both these products to get a high enough dose. Also, both products have pros and cons: Progest E offers a higher dose per application, but it has to be refrigerated. Progestene is easier to apply topically, and has a high absorption rate through skin.
Progestene - Dosing is individualized. This is applied to skin around the navel (~4-6 drops).
Cortinon - I am not currently taking this, but it is an excellent product with Progesterone and DHEA in a beneficial ratio. There are 4 options of mixtures for this product. I recommend the second option, SFA esters, anhydrol (ethanol) (3:1). This is applied to skin around the navel (~4-6 drops).
For DHEA, both of these are good products:
Calcirol - high quality Vit D (1,000 IU per drop), may be useful for thyroid support and as an alternative to T3/T4 supplements. This is applied to skin around the navel (~10 drops)
Activated Charcoal - 1200 Mg is a high dose; I take 1 tab instead of 2, and I take this on days that I don't take Methylene Blue (Tues, Thurs, Sat)
The items below are pharmaceutical grade products that some people prefer. They have specific amounts of T3 and T4. T3 is Triiodothyronine. T4 is Thyroxine. T4 is basically converted to T3 when the body needs it. Think of it as "back-up" T3. According to Dr. Ray Peat, women tend to respond better to T3, or to medications with higher T3 content than T4.
* Interactions Awareness -
Vit D and E should be taken separately by at least 5 hours (The E dose in Estroban is not high enough to have a negative interaction with the D in this product), but separate Estroban and Unique E by at least 5 hours.
Benedryl and Methylene Blue should be taken as far apart from each other as possible. I take Benedryl daily at about 9:00 pm. I take Methylene Blue 3X a week (M, W, Fri) at lunchtime/about 30 min after lunch.
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