In the context of inhibition/promotion or cleans/dirties, high estrogen actually refers to the normal presence of the major estrogen: estradiol relative to no estrogen at all such as before puberty or after menopause. It does not mean hyper-estrogenism relative to progesterone, as can develop in perimenopause.
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