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Top Pregnenolone Products* ❯View User Ratings* ❯*Affiliate LinksOVERVIEW: Pregnenolone is a natural hormone found in the body that is the precursor for all steroid hormones, such as cortisol, DHEA, testosterone, estrogen, progesterone and aldosterone. Low levels of Pregnenolone are linked to depression and fatigue. READ MORE...USED FOR: Anti-Aging, Brain Health, Memory, Energy, Mood, Depression, Stress, Alzheimer's Disease, Improving Immunity and more.MECHANISM: Increases levels of steroid hormones that naturally decline as we age and is an antagonist as GABA-A receptors in the brain.DOSAGE: 5 - 50mg per day; Not appropriate for long-term or daily use.SIDE EFFECTS: Insuffucient evidence to rate safety. High dosages may cause side effects linked to steroid hormones. READ MORE...INTERACTIONS: May interact with Estrogens, Protestin, Testosterone and DHEA.RELATED SUPPLEMENTS: DHEA, Diindolylmethane, Mucuna Pruriens, Panax Ginseng, Pine Bark Extract, Pycnogenol, Resveratrol, Pterostilbene, Piperine, Horny Goat Weed, Tongkat Ali, L-Arginine, L-CitrullineTop Pregnenolone Supplements
- Helps maintain healthy hormone balance
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- Boosts energy, metabolism & focus
The pure pregnenolone powder seemed to work better for me than the tablets or capsules. It was quite helpful for getting rid of hot flashes. I was told by a retired doctor that they used to use pregnenolone for menopause symptoms before the patented estrogens of the 1940s were invented. Therefore, this use for pregnenolone has been known for a very long time.
I was using natural progesterone to control hot flashes. Once in a while, this wasn’t enough. Adding pregnenolone got rid of any breakthrough hot flashes. This worked fine for a few years. Then my doctor gave me some natural thyroid. After getting thyroid, I no longer needed the natural progesterone and pregnenolone. I suspect this is because thyroid helps your body make progesterone and pregnenolone. Or perhaps the thyroid helped stabilize the hypothalamus? For whatever reason, it worked.