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You deserve to not be embarrassed about Symptoms of aging.

You have earned the right to be confident in pursuing your active lifestyle.

You could be like Karen who opted to buy 7 sets of sheets, to be tired, and avoid social gatherings during summer.

But you could feel like Cindy!

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Cindy decided enough was enough and setup a free 15 minute consultation with a Puramint Hormone Specialist.

See how Cindy got started with “10 Natural ways to help the symptoms of Menopause”. 

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You are not alone, 75% of women experience the negative side effects of menopause.

Puramint specialists have given hundreds of women relief and confidence.

Simply setup a free 15 minute consultation to receive a comprehensive assessment and a personalized plan to go out and conquer your dreams!  

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Perimenopause starts a few years before “official” menopause, and signals the time when the ovaries gradually start to produce less estrogen. It typically begins in the 40s,

Menopause occurs when a woman’s last period occurs, typically at an average age of 51 years.

Menopause ends one full year after the last period , indicating the postmenopausal stage. Symptoms of this stage normally decline within a few years, but can take 10 years or more.

As you get close to menopause, your ovaries make less estrogen and progesterone, the two hormones that control your monthly cycle. These hormones also affect the health of your bones, your heart, and your vagina.

Replacing these hormones with versions made in a lab (called hormone replacement therapy, or HRT) can ease some symptoms of menopause, but it’s important to understand both the benefits and risks — and discuss them with your doctor — before deciding if HRT is right for you.

Compounded hormone therapy uses bioidentical hormones that are derived from plant sources to identically match the structure of human hormones, making it a much more natural approach to hormone therapy. Bioidentical hormones are estradiol, estriol, and progesterone. Any additions to these words and you have a non-bioidentical product. 


Non-compounded hormone therapy does not usually involve bioidentical hormones. Things like Premarin (derived from the pregnant horses), ethinyl estradiol, progestins (norethindrone, medroxyprogesterone, and a host of others) are all not bioidentical and made only to work on specific receptors. Your body has hormone receptors all over, when these non-bioidentical hormones attach to receptors other than where they were studied to work, there is no telling what havoc they will cause. If you get your hormones in a small 21 or 28 day pack, you can almost be sure that you are not receiving all bioidentical hormones. 


HRT can’t be described as safe or unsafe. Its effects vary depending on the types of hormone used, the form in which it is given (pills, or patches and gels), and the timing of first use (around menopause, or later). The safety of HRT can also depend on other things, such as body mass index. Factor in a woman’s family and personal medical history, and her individual experience of menopausal symptoms, and it is clear that one size cannot fit all. Whether or not the benefits of this treatment outweigh the risks will continue to be a personal decision.

Most of the time these compounds will not be covered by insurance. However, we do our best to offer fair and competitive pricing.

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