Estrogen Block 4 oz: aromatase inhibitor; blocks estradiol imbalance in men and women.

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Estrogen Block is a safe, natural, non-surgical approach to gynecomastia and other estradiol imbalances.

Chrysin, found in Estrogen Block is a naturally occurring flavonoid that is known for its numerous health benefits. It is naturally extracted from a rare plant known as passiflora incarnate, also called passion flower, and can also be found in small proportions in honeycombs, mushrooms as well as Indian trumpet flower. The extract is known to be more powerful than most anti-aromatase drugs on the market today and the chrysin aromatase inhibitor is used by both men and women to treat both high estrogen and low testosterone levels by preventing the conversion of testosterone to estrogen. However, it is poorly absorbed in the bloodstream when taken orally, and therefore most people are opting for the

Estrogen Block which is easily absorbed when applied to the skin. The use of this extract can result in the following positive effects in male patients:

Positive Effects:

Balance Estradiol in men and women
Greater stamina

Increased mental clarity
Higher energy levels
Increased libido
Greater muscle tone
Better sexual function
Greater mood

Obviously Estrogen Block can be very beneficial to the right person!

Health Benefits:

Besides regulating testosterone and estrogen levels, chrysin also hinders the suppression of natural killer cells that are known to kill cancer cells that escape into the bloodstream during surgery. The extract also blocks the formation of breast cancer resistance proteins therefore preventing multi-drug resistance in cancer patients who use traditional drugs. The chrysin aromatase inhibitor is also used for treating anxiety, inflammation, gout, HIV/Aids as well as baldness, erectile dysfunction among several other diseases. It is also used by body builders, especially those who take high doses of androgens, as a supplement. Moreover the extract contains antioxidants that perform vitamin-like activities in the body.

Aromatase Inhibition:

When used in high concentration levels, chrysin is known to be an aromatase inhibitor, but only if applied to the skin externally since orally administered chrysin does not exhibit any clinical activities as an aromatase inhibitor. Its inhibiting effects are making it more popular in body builders as well as athletes.

As men age, testosterone levels begin to decline. This can be a result of many factors, including poor diet, lack of exercise, various glandular dysfunctions, alcohol abuse, and even simply too much stress on the body and mind. One of the biggest causes of declining testosterone in men as they age, however, is excess aromatase enzyme activity. This activity, when it gets out of control, which it can as we age, results in too much of our valuable testosterone being turned into estrogen. Obviously then, men want to avoid having this happen above normal levels. But what are we to do? How can men stop this aromatase enzyme activity from converting too much testosterone into estrogen?

By using an aromatase inhibitor

When men are diagnosed by their doctors as having too much aromatase enzyme activity, they are often prescribed a type of drug that is known as an aromatase inhibitor. This class of drugs works to shut down the activity of the aromatase enzyme through various means. As the drug begins to work and aromatase is lowered, then less testosterone gets converted to estrogen. There are a range of aromatase inhibitors currently on the market. One of the most popular natural aromatase inhibitors today is called Estrogen Block .

If you believe you may have falling testosterone levels, it may be that too much of it is being converted to estrogen. It is important that you talk to your doctor to determine an appropriate treatment plan. Due to the rising popularity of the clinical use of aromatase inhibitors in men, it is highly likely that Estrogen Block may form an important part of your treatment plan. If so, you must make sure that you are only using a chrysin cream of the highest quality and not an inferior product. After all, your hormonal health is of paramount importance!

Wait, what’s that?

Chrysin (or 5,7-dihydroxyflavone if you’d rather) is a compound extracted from a plant that is called the Passiflora coerulea. Experiments on the plant have been ongoing for many years now, and it was sometime in the 1980?s when this bioflavonoid compound was discovered. After many tests and studies, it was found that at the proper dosage, this compound was quite capable at reducing the aromatase enzyme activity in both men and women. Originally, this extract was used primarily to treat or reduce risk of breast cancer in women who were thought to be at high risk for the disease. This is because the cause of breast cancer is often believed to be excess estrogen in women. These women at risk for the disease are often called “estrogen dominant women.”

But men can be estrogen dominant as well, when excess aromatase enzyme activity occurs. As a result, this extract of the Passiflora coerulea has begun to be prescribed to men. This can be extremely beneficial to men who are looking to regulate the testosterone/estrogen balance in their body and recapture the “vigor” of their youth.

Additional information

Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 2 × 5 × 6 in

Ingredients / Use

Ingredients in Estrogen Block

purified water, carthamus tinctorius (safflower) seed oil, chrysin, aloe barbadensis (aloe vera gel extract), sepigel 305 (polyacrylamide, C13-14 isoparraffin, laureth-7) potassium sorbate, sorbic acid

No animal product or by-products are used in this product or in the manufacturing process.
No animal testing is performed.

How to Use

Since chrysin is poorly absorbed in the blood stream after oral administration, Estrogen Block cream is preferred over supplements and has proved to be the most effective. You may start by applying 1/4 teaspoon / 1.2 ml of the cream daily, which equates to about a total daily dose of 50 mg for the first 2 weeks; then apply 1/2 teaspoon / 2.4 ml (4 pumps) of cream daily, which equates to about 100 mg total daily dose. Creams are also preferred over oral administration since the cream bypasses major stomach organs thus minimizing gastric degradation. Once you have used the cream for 2 months or so, you should go for a hormone test to evaluate your estrogen/testosterone levels and if there is no change then you can increase the dose. Maximum suggested dose is 1 teaspoon / 4.8 ml (8 pumps) which equals about 200 mg daily dose.

Side Effects:  Chrysin is a natural extract; therefore, using a usual dosage no side effects are usually noticed.

Made in the USA

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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