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Balancing Wild Yam Cream ~ Herbalist Formulated - 100% Botanical Ingredients that offer Traditional plant remedy support for symptoms of hormonal balancing. Traditional Plant tools hold keys to smooth transitions and balance with dermal / topical application of hormonal supportive phyto applications geared to relieve tension, improve sleep patterns, ease hot flashes, irritability fatigue, malaise + cognitive fog associated with changing hormonal balance including Menopause + Pre Menstral Symptoms -Including antispasmodic support for cramping and pain management.*


Menopause has been given many names by many different cultures. The change. The climacteric. The crowning. In North American culture menopausal women are very underappreciated - As evidenced by the 1 option offered to help with the struggles of meopause through scientific medicine - HRT. CLEARLY PROVEN to increase the incidence of female reproductive cancers.

No wonder we're unhappy with what we've been offered by western medicine for hormonal support.


Study - Use of HRT and the subsequent risk of cancer -

"The longer the period of use of HRT, the greater the excess incidence of cancer of the breast and endometrium is likely to be." source:

"Almost 100 epidemiological studies have reported on the relationship between the use of HRT and the risk of cancer of female reproductive organs, namely the breast, uterus or ovary."



The Western view of menopause is not common in most other cultures and societies.

The Cherokee Indians believed that women did not enter adulthood until the age of 51. In Celtic cultures, the elder woman was seen as the seed – the part that contains all the knowledge of the parts within it. The elder’s role was to go forth and reseed the community with her wisdom. Anthropologists Margaret Mead and Judith K. Bwon studied the status of women in primitive cultures around the world. They found that women who have reached menopause are “crowned” wise women, midwives, healers, and givers of initiation. In a wide diversity of ancient cultures from North American to Middle Eastern, African to Aborigine, and European to Icelanders, postmenopausal women are valued for their Intuitive wisdom. In ancient times, these women were trained as oracles, priestesses, shamans, and healers. Menopause is an empowering spiritual and physiological change. Comprehending the reasons why menopause occurs, and the symptoms it creates, gives a greater understanding into this changing time of the female body and offers regaining of Holistic Self Power.


The Stillroom - Balancing Wild Yam Cream

~Apply 1/4 Teaspoon of Wild yam Cream once to twice daily to: wrists and abdomen - or to face, neck, inner arms, chest area, inner thighs - rotate where you apply it and apply to one spot each time.  Or .... apply externally to perineum zone at bedtime.



Wild Yam Root Extract 1:2 (4%) (Dioscorea villosa) 

Organic Avocado Oil, Our Farmed Calendula Oil, Grape seed Oil, Sunflower Oil, Aloe Vera, Wild Mint, Clary Sage, Basil Leaf, Pine Extract, Wild Ginseng, Chaste Berry, Red Clover Flower, Oatmeal, Vitamin E, Quicken Tree Berry, Distilled water, Coconut sugar vegetable glycerin, Plant based stearic fatty acid, Coconut caprylic acid & Proprietary Stillroom Blended Aromatherapy Plant Essential Oils. 

For External Use Only


100% plant ingredient Highly supportive hormonal balancing cream. Soothes PMS and

menopausal symptoms.

Formulated for superior skin absorption. ESTROGEN and PROGESTERONE FREE.

This topical cream formula contains whole Wild Yam Root extract.

Wild yam root has anti-inflammatory properties that support the adrenal glands

throughout menopause.*

Wild Yam Cream is NOT suited for those using prescribed hormone related birth control or Hormone Replacement Therapy medications or during Pregnancy or Breastfeeding~ 

Do not use during menstruation.


*Studies - Estrogenic effect of yam ingestion in healthy postmenopausal women.



Final report of the amended safety assessment of Dioscorea Villosa (Wild Yam) root extract. -

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"Transdermal creams of natural wild yam extracted progesterone are popular effective self-treatments - but products vary greatly from herbal wild yam cream to wild yam cream with added bioidentical progesterone, up to 20 mg per ¼ tsp. Side effects are few and generally mild - that are utilizing using transdermal creams that include <  20 mg of United States Pharmacopeia (USP) progesterone per ¼ tsp."


Joseph E. Pizzorno ND, ... Herb Joiner-Bey ND, in The Clinician's Handbook of Natural Medicine (Third Edition), 2016


*A Novel, Stable, Estradiol-Stimulating, Osteogenic Yam Protein with Potential for the Treatment of Menopausal Syndrome -



Changes in 5-hydroxytryptamine and cortisol plasma levels in menopausal women after inhalation of clary sage oil -


Tisserand, R. The Essential Oil Safety Data Manual, Brighton, UK: Tisserand Aromatherapy Institute, 1985.

Tisserand, R. and Balacs, T. Essential Oil Safety, London, UK: Churchill Livingstone, 1995.

Valnet, Jean MD. The Practice of Aromatherapy, Rochester, VT: Healing Arts Press, 1990.

Wild Yam Moisturizing Cream ~ Balancing Formula

  • The superstar plant compound in Balancing Wild Yam Cream is the saponin diosgenin + is used for its ability to fight the loss of collagen in skin.  The studied source is Organic Mexican Wild Yam Root Tincture (1:1 ratio).

    There are numerous benefits found with Wild Yam saponins, from collagen reproduction to protecting skin cells from further harm. The ability of diosgenin to easily permeate cell membranes is another key reason it’s used in Herbalist Botanical Based skincare.

    Skincare isn’t the only area wild yam is beneficial, though.

    Wild Yam was shown to improve sex hormones, lipids, and antioxidants in postmenopausal women. By binding to estrogen receptors, wild yam’s extracted phytoestrogens help stabilize hormones and soothe pain. 


    Stillroom Formulated Specifically for Postmenopausal Women who desire 
    SLEEP Improvement + Hot flash banishment & For those seeking plant remedy geared support of reliievng PMS Symptoms, PCOS & for those seeking Collagen skin boosting support that is plant sourced

    ``This suggests DOI could exert an anti-osteoporotic effect on the trabecular bone in vivo. Together with the effects on estradiol and progesterone biosynthesis, DOI might be a potential therapeutic agent for menopausal osteoporosis.``

    source: Yam Protein with Potential for the Treatment of Menopausal Syndrome -



    Not suited for those using prescribed hormone related birth control or Hormone Replacement Therapy medications or duiring Pregnancy or Breastfeeding~ 


    "Wild yam is a plant. It contains a plant compound called diosgenin. This plant chemical can be made in the laboratory into various steroids, such as estrogen and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). The root and the bulb of the plant are used as a source of diosgenin, which is prepared as an “extract,” a liquid that contains concentrated diosgenin."


    Symptoms Evaluated - NBGD (SRSD) including flushing
    frequency, severity, mood, breast tenderness, libido, and energy level

    Improved vaginal elasticity, pH, fluid volume, and moisture in both groups - Nachtigall, 60 1994†
    Source; Complementary and Alternative Therapies
    for the Management of Menopause-Related Symptoms
    A Systematic Evidence Review
    Anne Nedrow, MD; Jill Miller, MD; Miranda Walker, BA; Peggy Nygren, MA;
    Laurie Hoyt Huffman, MS; Heidi D. Nelson, MD, MPH


    * Lipidated steroid saponins from Dioscorea villosa (wild yam).

    Link: >


    * A Novel, Stable, Estradiol-Stimulating, Osteogenic Yam Protein with Potential for the Treatment of Menopausal Syndrome. - 
    Source; >


    * Sources:
    Wu WH e. Estrogenic effect of yam ingestion in healthy postmenopausal women. – PubMed – NCBI. Ncbinlmnihgov. 2005. Accessed November 29, 2016.


    Dong S, Cai G, Napolitano J et al. Lipidated steroid saponins from Dioscorea villosa (wild yam). 2013. Accessed November 29, 2016.


    Manda VK e. Characterization of in vitro ADME properties of diosgenin and dioscin from Dioscorea villosa. – PubMed


    Tada Y e. Novel effects of diosgenin on skin aging. – PubMed – NCBI. Ncbinlmnihgov. 2009. Accessed November 29, 2016.


    Lee J e. Diosgenin inhibits melanogenesis through the activation of phosphatidylinositol-3-kinase pathway (PI3K) signaling. – PubMed – 

    Binic I, Lazarevic V, Ljubenovic M, Mojsa J, Sokolovic D. Skin Ageing: Natural Weapons and Strategies. 2013.

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