Hormone DetoxHormone Detox

Hormone Detox has been developed to combat Xenoestrogens in both men and women.

Xenoestrogens are synthetic Oestrogens that are found everywhere in our environment. Xenoestrogens enter the body and cause hormonal disruption.

Anything that causes hormonal disruption also causes systemic harm to the body. Because hormones are one of two parts of our bodies internal communication system, the damage that Xenoestrogens do is both severe and extensive.

This is why so many of us, masculine or feminine, are having problems with mood, physical discomfort, physical abnormalities and weight gain etc.

But, because there is so much talk about female hormones men do not realise that it is as vitally important for them to do a hormone detox as it is for women.

You can learn more about hormones, Xenoestrogens, and how they affect our hormone health within the series of articles published within the Wild As The Wind blog.

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Why Hormone Detox?

Xenoestrogens disrupt our hormone health because they are synthetic, and they serve no purpose within our body.

*There is a school of thought, that is gaining momentum, which believes all synthetic materials, even modern drugs, for example, all present the body with health challenges. The thought behind this is that the body does not recognise these artificial substances because they are not organic, which, of course, the body is.

It is now broadly understood that modern medicines are one of the leading causes of death worldwide. This has been covered in the mainstream media as well as within medical journals.

But, sometimes modern medicines can save lives, whereas Xenoestrogens do nothing of the sort.

Xenoestrogens are one of the unintended toxic by-products of plastics and fire-retardants comprehensively used on products found in our homes, work places and schools.

Xenoestrogensreek havoc within our bodies because they latch onto cell receptor sites and refuse to let go. Normal organic hormone function involves hormones temporarily attaching to cell receptor sites. After delivering the instruction these natural hormones were created to deliver they fall away to be eliminated from the body via the liver.

If Xenoestrogens permanently attach to cell receptor sites, and potentially deliver an endless stream of jibberish to the body, this means that our natural, organic hormones will struggle to find a vacant receptor site. That means messages aren’t delivered.

The upshot of all of this is that the body fails to respond to the instruction the hormone was unable to deliver, and thus the body does not perform a task that will ensure homeostasis, or balance, within the body.

This is why doing a hormone detox is so vital.

Women & Hormone Detox

It is important to avoid underestimating male hormone disruption, because it is very real and it is debilitating. But, it is fair to say that women are particularly under siege hormonally these days.

Xenoestrogens affect men and women equally adversely, but men are much more able to cope with stress within our modern lifestyles.

Because women use their progesterone to make the fight or flight hormone, Cortisol, female hormones soon get out of whack within the modern world.

This is why there is a completely separate Hormone Balance oil blend just for women. But, there is also a hormone balancing oil blend for both men and women called Hormone His & Hers… go figure!

Everyone is as equally under siege from Xenoestrogens, and so Hormone Detox is also for everyone.

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Is Hormone Detox Necessary?

As there is a dedicated product for hormone health and a combined product for both men and women, why do we need Hormone Detox too?

Hormone Detox is simply formulated to force the Xenoestrogens to release from the receptor sites and nothing more.

There are actually more benefits to using Hormone Detox than this because all essential oils have many healing benefits… But, purely for the purpose of hormone health and hormone detoxing, the point of Hormone Detox is simply to release the Xenoestrogens.

Phenols in Hormone Detox

Unfortunately, the active constituents in Hormone Detox, know as phyto-phenols, are considered to be irritants, which can cause some people, particularly after prolonged use, to come out in a rash or suffer some other form of skin irritation.

The mucus membrane in the nose is very sensitive, and so the long-term inhalation of these oils is inadvisable.

Essential oils containing phyto-phenols are some of the most critically important essential oils for combating infection. Infection can come in many gusies. We can suffer fungal attacks, bacterial invasions as well as viral infection.

Some essential oils have the ability to combat all of these forms of infection. Two of the oils in the Essential Oil First Aid Kit are able to each fight off all three forms of infection on their own.

*It’s hard to imagine why anyone got so excited about antibiotics, which is a drug that’s only capable of dealing with one form of infection… (And, just so happens to wipe out our immune system in the process! But, of course, no-one knew that the bacteria in our guts formed 80% of our immune systems when antibiotics were introduced.)

Hormone Detox Key Ingredients

Clove Bud Essential Oil

Clove Bud Essential Oil generally contains up to 85% Eugenol.

Eugenol is a phenol that possesses many therapeutic benefits. Most people know it for it’s analgesic capabilities, especially in dentistry, but this potent oil does a whole lot more.

However, it’s the 85% Eugenol we’re interested in here. It’s the 85% Eugenol content that really goes to town on the Xenoestrogens, forcing them to vacate the cell receptor sites.

Such a high Eugenol content is not without it’s issues, however… Because of it Clove Bud Essential Oil can be very irritating to the skin.

Tisserand and Young recommend a dermal maximum of just 0.5%.

Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary Essential Oil is rich in antioxidants and poly-phenol nutrients. Because of these, simply sniffing Rosemary Essential Oil can increase our memories by 75%.

But, it’s the poly-phenols we are interested in for hormone detox.

Being phenolic a dermal maximum of just 6.5% is advised.

Thyme Essential Oil

Thyme Essential Oil is also contains about 45% phenols. It helps balance Progesterone in both men and women. A lot of men and a huge number of women are deficient in Progesterone.

Fortunately, there’s a low risk of skin sensitisation with Thyme Essential Oil. Tisserand and Young recommend a dermal maximum of 1.3%

*There is such a thing as hormonal metals too, which again attach to cell receptor sites. Read more about metallic hormone disruption.

**Metals need to be detoxed in a different way, and for proper hormone function we also need optimal mineral and nutrient density in our diets.

***It is wise to supplement with trace minerals, especially things like Zinc, Selenium and Iodine, which are all vital for the Thyroid. (The Thyroid is the main endocrine, or hormone, gland.)

****Most of us are deficient in Magnesium. I like to supplement with Magnesium Malate, which also supports heart health along with Rosemary Essential Oil.

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How To Use Hormone Detox

Apply two or three drops onto the pulse points of the wrist. Rub together with the pulse point on the opposite wrist until the oil is warm and easily absorbed. This is the same action as applying perfume to the wrist, but it is done a lot more vigorously and for a lot longer. Stop when the oil has been absorbed.

Reapply about five times a day.

Do not continue use beyond one week.

Do not reapply until a three week break has elapsed.

Hormone Detox can be used in conjunction with Hormone Balance and Hormone His & Hers.

We recommend you use either Hormone Balance or Hormone His & Hers if you are showing signs that you would benefit from the hormonal support that either one of these hormonal support products provides. Do not supplement with both. Select one or the other.

Hormone Detox Contraindications

This blend of oils may reduce blood clotting activity and should not be taken by Hemophiliacs and those on Warfrin or other blood thinning medications.

Not to be used by children of 14 years or younger.

Not to be used by pregnant women.

Disclaimer

The information provided is not intended to replace the medical directives of your healthcare provider. This information is not meant for the diagnosis of health issues. If you are pregnant, have serious or multiple health concerns, consult with your healthcare provider before using essential oils or associated products. If you experience any complications or adverse reactions contact your healthcare provider.

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