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Peppermint and Spearmint as a herbal anti-androgen
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I have been using Menta Piperata also known as peppermint, at 3 grams daily, once a day and Menta Nana or Spearmint, also at 3 grams daily, once daily. I drink both the tea and the leafs. 
My experience has been wonderful.
I use them in conjunction with my Estradiol patches. 50 microgram patches to be replaced every 3 days. 
I leave the old patch on while applying a new one. I have been using Peppermint and Spearmint to aid in the suppression of testosterone and DHT. 
Androcur caused depression and Spironolactone left me with hyperkalimia so I was taken off of it.

My experience with Spearmint and Peppermint as herbal anti-androgens has been wonderful.

My testosterone is suppressed within female ranges ( thanks to the Spearmint and Peppermint ) and my Estradiol is also in female ranges ( Thanks to the Estradiol 50 mcg patch ) 

My body hair grows very slowly and it’s vellus.
My head hair grows a lot thicker.
My skin is super clear.
No morning wood.
Very low libido ( highly welcomed ) 

I feel very relaxed. 
Just wanted to share my experience with Menta pipperata and Menta Nana with other transitioning people who can’t take classic anti-androgens.

Keep in mind that my testosterone is suppressed also because of Estradiol use. E drives T down over time. I have always had low T. Now very low T. E levels are in female ranges as well. Breast growth is going wonderful too. Also thigh and hip fattening :-)
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Good to hear about your positive experience with mint as I've gotten a supply of it as a supplement, but haven't gotten around to testing it out yet (although I really do enjoy Spearmint as a tea fairly regularly).

So if I read this correctly, you're taking 6 Grams a day total. Any digestive (or other) issues noticed?
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#3
Can Confirm. 

I grow Spearmint during the summer as a potted plant & munch on a handful of leaves daily. Body hair growth slows to a crawl & effects on erections are significant. I much prefer the fresh and natural AA, to one in a pill.
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(13-02-2018, 05:14 PM)Stevenator Wrote: Can Confirm. 

I grow Spearmint during the summer as a potted plant & munch on a handful of leaves daily. Body hair growth slows to a crawl & effects on erections are significant. I much prefer the fresh and natural AA, to one in a pill.


Nice,

Are you making Mojitos with that fresh, summer mint? Smile
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elissa wow marvelous.

(13-02-2018, 01:21 AM)VergeOfDiscovery Wrote: Good to hear about your positive experience with mint as I've gotten a supply of it as a supplement, but haven't gotten around to testing it out yet (although I really do enjoy Spearmint as a tea fairly regularly).

So if I read this correctly, you're taking 6 Grams a day total. Any digestive (or other) issues noticed?


use to love gardening and growing a variety of vegies. my favorite snack when in the garden was mustard leaves lil after sprouts but way before they matured. been a long time ago but think it was mustard maybe kale.

thinking about started it again and i know what will be in it now, thank you very much.
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(17-02-2018, 11:27 PM)lilyanne Wrote: elissa wow marvelous.

(13-02-2018, 01:21 AM)VergeOfDiscovery Wrote: Good to hear about your positive experience with mint as I've gotten a supply of it as a supplement, but haven't gotten around to testing it out yet (although I really do enjoy Spearmint as a tea fairly regularly).

So if I read this correctly, you're taking 6 Grams a day total. Any digestive (or other) issues noticed?


use to love gardening and growing a variety of vegies. my favorite snack when in the garden was mustard leaves lil after sprouts but way before they matured. been a long time ago but think it was mustard maybe kale.

thinking about started it again and i know what will be in it now, thank you very much.

mustard is an emetic, it will make you vomit in large amounts
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(18-02-2018, 10:22 AM)Tanya Marie Squirrel Wrote:
(17-02-2018, 11:27 PM)lilyanne Wrote: elissa wow marvelous.

(13-02-2018, 01:21 AM)VergeOfDiscovery Wrote: Good to hear about your positive experience with mint as I've gotten a supply of it as a supplement, but haven't gotten around to testing it out yet (although I really do enjoy Spearmint as a tea fairly regularly).

So if I read this correctly, you're taking 6 Grams a day total. Any digestive (or other) issues noticed?


use to love gardening and growing a variety of vegies. my favorite snack when in the garden was mustard leaves lil after sprouts but way before they matured. been a long time ago but think it was mustard maybe kale.

thinking about started it again and i know what will be in it now, thank you very much.

mustard is an emetic, it will make you vomit in large amounts


lol sweetie, i have eaten everything raw from my gardens.
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