How To Use Anna's Wild Yam Cream
Posted on 16 April 2013
Read instructions on how to use and where to apply Anna's Wild Yam Cream, a wonderful herbal cream that is a natural way for women to improve their health.
WHERE TO APPLY
We suggest that you choose ONE location for each application, alternating between your inner thighs, inner arms, stomach and chest, massaging gently until the cream is fully absorbed.
In the protocols we use fractions of a small 2.5ml teaspoon as a guide to the amount of cream you should initially use. Our definition of a small teaspoon is one that would normally be used for stirring coffee or tea in Australia. It is NOT a 5ml metric measuring spoon, nor is it a small souvenir teaspoon or the larger American teaspoon which is also 5ml.
When we refer to a quarter or half a teaspoon, we are suggesting the amount that could be measured by filling the teaspoon to level and dividing it into four or two equal parts. We suggest that you do this once to see how much each amount looks like on your finger tip as a guide as to how much to apply from then on - we are not suggesting you measure each time!
If you are using a 5ml metric or American teaspoon the amounts would then be an 1/8th and a 1/4 respectively.
As a general guide to USAGE, women using the Menstrual Discomfort protocol can expect a jar to last 3 months, and women using the Menopause protocol can expect a jar to last 2 months.
As there are no man made hormones within Anna's, do not be concerned if you use a little more cream than suggested as your body will dispose of any nutrients it doesn't require.
The following protocols are intended for the first three months of use, by which time you should be enjoying the benefits of the cream. The biggest mistake commonly made is to cease using the cream at that time! Your body will have stored the active ingredient in your fatty tissues and will continue to draw upon these reserves until they are consumed when you will return to where you were when you commenced.
As metabolisms vary it is not possible to suggest precise dosages for maintaining your optimum level and to avoid this return of symptoms we suggest that you ease back on the amount of cream you used initially until you recognise that you are coming off the plateau of wellbeing you have been enjoying, then increase again ever so slightly until you return to your 'wellbeing' level.
WHEN TO USE
MENSTRUAL DISCOMFORT and PRE MENOPAUSE.
Counting the first day of your period as DAY 1, commence applying one quarter of a small 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm from DAY 12 to DAY 20 and then half a 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm from DAY 21 until DAY 28, then stop using the cream. Your period should then come and you would recommence using the cream from DAY 12 as above.
If your period comes early stop using the cream. The day your period commenced is DAY 1 and you would start using the cream again on DAY 12 continuing as above.
If a period doesn't arrive after stopping the cream on DAY 28, count to DAY 12 and recommence using the cream as above.
If you are experiencing intermittent periods with hot flushes/night sweats, we would suggest you use the Menopause Protocol.
Be aware that you may initially experience heightened symptoms and this is a positive indication that a shift is taking place.
Counting the first day of your period as DAY 1, commence applying one quarter of a small 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm from DAY 7 through to DAY 20 and then one 2.5ml half teaspoon am and pm from DAY 21 through to DAY 28, then stop using the cream. Your period may come the next day and you will then start using the cream again from DAY 7 as above.
If your period comes early stop using the cream. The day your period commenced is DAY 1 and you would start using the cream again on DAY 7 continuing as above.
If a period doesn't arrive count to DAY 7 and recommence using the cream as above.
Women who haven’t had a period for several months and don’t know when to start using the cream, may start at any time and the day you commence to use the cream would be counted as DAY 7. You would then follow the protocol above i.e. ¼ of a 2.5 ml teaspoon morning and night up until DAY 20, and then from DAY 21increase to ½ teaspoon morning and night until DAY 28, then stop using the cream.
If a period comes, that day is DAY 1 and you would count to DAY 7 before recommencing the cream as before. If a period doesn’t arrive count 7 days and recommence using the cream.
Persistent Hot Flushes
Menopausal symptoms should decrease in both intensity and frequency, disappearing by the third month if the above protocol is closely followed.
If at any time during this period HOT FLUSHES or NIGHT SWEATS cause undue discomfort, it may help ease your discomfort if a small amount of cream is massaged into your wrists every 15 minutes until the discomfort passes.
If hot flushes or night sweats continue, it may mean that that insufficient cream is being used, or used irregularly.
Women who have elected to come off synthesized hormones may choose to eliminate taking the breaks from using the cream and may need supplementation of additional phyto oestrogens during this period.
If you are a mature woman who has passed through menopause and hasn't has a period for over 12 months you are Post Menopausal.
You may decide to use the cream one quarter of a 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm continually without a break, or as we recommend take a 7 day break each month.
The easiest way to calculate your break is by using a calendar month, with DAY 7 being the 7th day of each month. You would then use one quarter of a 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm for two weeks and the remainder of the month one half a 2.5ml teaspoon am and pm. At the end of the month stop using the cream and wait until the 7th day of the following month and recommence as before.
NB - If you are still suffering from hot flushes or night sweats, we would suggest you initially use the cream morning and night without a break, also rubbing a little cream inot the insides of your wrists when these occur. You will find these flushes and sweats come less often and are less severe and will disappear. We suggest you then begin to create a cycle for yourself as above.
Each of the preceding protocols are intended for the first three months only, after three months women are generally feeling so good they are inclined to think that they no longer need the cream!
We advise that at the time when you are feeling great, if you wish you can progressively reduce the amount of cream until you detect that you are sliding off the 'feel good' plateau, at this point you need only increase the amount by a smidgen to reclaim your balance - you then know how much cream is right for you.
It may be as little as one eighth of a small teaspoon once a day, or it may be as much as the original protocol - generally it will be somewhere in between. However, as there are no man made hormones within the cream it is perfectly safe if you wish to use a little more as a face cream.
If at any time you are under emotional stress or involved in extended physically strenuous activity increasing hormonal demands,it may be helpful for you to increase the dosage during these times.
BONUS: The cream is an excellent facial and body moisturiser, BUT should only be used within the times indicated in your chosen protocol, unless you have ceased to menstruate when it may be used continuously if you so choose.
This information is taken from the leaflet inside your container of Anna's Wild Yam Cream and also from the website for this product. For further product information visit: http://www.annasfarm.net.au