Yes, testosterone may be the missing key to your health, energy, mood, weight loss, and more for women. Estrogen and progesterone are necessary too, but they unfairly get all the attention.
Did you know that you have three times as much testosterone as estradiol, the primary estrogen, circulating in your body throughout your life? Testosterone is produced in your ovaries and adrenal glands. (See chart here —>)
Sure, guys have ten times as much as gals, but until recent years, the medical industry wasn’t even talking about testosterone levels in women, let alone the IMPORTANCE of its effects!
For women, androgens such as testosterone, DHEA and more play a huge role in maintaining health before and after menopause while promoting optimal mood, cognitive function, energy, muscle mass, healthy weight, sexual desire, and much more.
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According to Dr. Kathy Maupin in The Secret Female Hormone, testosterone deficiency is likely before progesterone and estrogen loss.
Hormone irregularities can dramatically impact a woman’s physical and mental well-being. During the menopausal stage, hormone levels quickly drop, which can create sudden and tremendous changes within the body.
If you’re going through or have gone through menopause, you probably already know…
According to the Department of Health & Human Services in Victoria, Australia, female testosterone production is often age-dependent. By the time a woman is 40 years old, her levels of androgens such as testosterone and DHEA have likely decreased by half.
In many women, the decrease starts before 40; testosterone loss often proceeds or is combined with other hormone loss.
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One of the most noticeable effects of testosterone is on your sexual desire.
By assisting with hormones, Pine Pollen can help to increase sex drive, sexual satisfaction and more.*
In addition to directly impacting libido, Pine Pollen can assist in other areas that surround and impact your sex life, including depression, anxiety, energy, mood and more.*
“The reason I bought the pine pollen is I was looking for a low dose of testosterone, but wasn’t sure about the regular over the counter formulas. I’ve been around and studied Western and Chinese herbal medicine since 1984 so trust the herbal formulas more than anything else. When I got the Pine Pollen I took one teaspoon in the morning and noticed a slight uplift in my energy and when I took the 2nd teaspoon in the afternoon I literally felt my boobs lift up! I’ve experienced an overall increase in my energy levels and body tone. It is a nice subtle increase, a building up of strength and energy.”
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Pine Pollen has other hormonal effects. It’s not all about testosterone.
Pine Pollen also contains trace amounts of DHEA, the anti-aging hormone with a wide array of beneficial effects.*
Testosterone also converts into estrogen in the body via an enzyme called aromatase. Both hormones are essential and must work in a balance to support your overall health. Whereas testosterone replacement therapy is often combined with aromatase inhibitors because this can occur too much, a natural solution works more generally for your body to find it’s own balance without driving the hormones too hard in a single direction.
Pine Pollen also contains a weak phytoestrogen known as beta-sitosterol, which brings about even more benefits.*
While testosterone replacement may have its place, including for some women, I advocate for more natural, lower cost, and lower risk interventions. At least to start with before doing bigger medical interventions.
First of all, insurance typically does not cover testosterone replacement. Costs listed on one provider were an average annual cost of $1,536.
Perhaps even more important, Pine Pollen simply doesn’t cause many side effects. (Some people are allergic to this, in which case they simply don’t use it.) Any side effects it does cause will go away with discontinuance, which is not necessarily the case with hormone injections.
Because Pine Pollen is an all-natural substance, with over 200 bioactive substances including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, various phytonutrients, a complete protein, and more it works holistically with the body in a variety of ways. This is very different from artificially increasing a single hormone.
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Testosterone is a hormone produced by the ovaries and adrenal glands in women, and is crucial for overall well being. As women age their bodies typically produce less and less testosterone which can lead to declining health. Pine Pollen can safely support natural testosterone in women without dangerous side effects of TRT.
Our Pine Pollen is ethically sourced and wild-harvested from the Chinese Masson Pine (Pinus massoniana).There are no additives or fillers in our pine pollen. 100% pure.
Below this section you have access to all of our independent analysis lab tests performed on Pine Pollen. At Lost Empire Herbs we only sell quality, potent herbs that meet our high standards.
Pine Pollen works best when taken twice daily, and consistently for long periods of time.
Depending on the type of support your body needs you may take anywhere from ½ to 1 teaspoon per dose.
Pine Pollen can be taken straight (washed down with water), mixed in water or even added to your favorite beverage.
Like any supplement, consistency is key. While some people notice effects within days, when taking Pine Pollen its suggested you use daily for 4-6 weeks. By this time people report to have experienced a notable effect from Pine Pollen. Adjust your dosing as you feel fit. Pine Pollen is a superfood and is safe to be consumed in large doses.
It is possible though in less than 1% of people. Allergies to this are not dangerous, only having mild effects. Instructions will walk you through testing for allergies.
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1. Kathy C. Maupin, MD. The Secret Female Hormone: How Testosterone Replacement Can Change Your Life. (Hay House 2014)
2. Department of Health & Human Services. (2009, August 10). Androgen deficiency in women. Better Health Channel. Retrieved November 3, 2022, from https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/conditionsandtreatments/androgen-deficiency-in-women
3. Scott, A., & Newson, L. (2020). Should we be prescribing testosterone to perimenopausal and menopausal women? A guide to prescribing testosterone for women in primary care. The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners, 70(693), 203–204. https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgp20X709265
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5. Newman, M. (2019, October 8). Targeting patients with pellets: A look at biodentical hormones. Endocrine News. Retrieved November 3, 2022, from https://endocrinenews.endocrine.org/targeting-patients-with-pellets-a-look-at-biodentical-hormones/
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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