Pregnenolone is the starting point from which all steroid hormones are manufactured in our bodies. Its conversion in the body follows different pathways, depending on individual needs. Several clinical studies have demonstrated that pregnenolone may enhance psychomotor performance and decrease fatigue in healthy subjects.
Recommend: Directions: 1 to 5 tablets under the tongue daily. Do not take for more than 30 days without the advice of your physician, and have your blood hormone (estrogen, testosterone, DHEA) levels regularly assessed by your physician. Using pregnenolone (PREG) may elevate your DHEA levels, and DHEA can increase estrogen and testosterone levels. Read entire label before using.
Cautions: Not for use by persons under 40, or pregnant or breastfeeding women. Do not take Pregnenolone if you have severe benign prostatic hypertrophy, or hormone-responsive cancer, including estrogen-dependent breast cancer or prostate cancer. Consult your physician before taking PREG if you have any medical condition including high blood pressure, diabetes, epilepsy, liver disease or a kidney, thyroid, adrenal or immune system disorder, or if you are taking any medication including corticosteroids, asthma medication, calcium channel blockers, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, anti-anxiety drugs, oral contraceptives, progesterone, progestin or are on estrogen replacement therapy.
Ingredients: Pregnenolone 10 mg
Serving Size: 1 sublingual tablet
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