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Pharma Natural Prostate Formula 30 Capsules

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$13.89
SKU 2011961/ 858765000090

Enlargement of the prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), is common in men older than 50 years old. Additionally, in both young and aged men, prostatic diseases or an unhealthy prostate can affect spermatozoa functioning and, therefore, male fertility. BPH occurs when the cells of the prostate gland begin to multiply. The additional cells cause the prostate gland to swell, which in turn, restricts the urethra and limit the flow of urine. BPH is not prostate cancer, nor does it increase the risk of cancer. Although, BPH causes symptoms that can affect your quality of life. Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) Consideration of prostate physiology emphasizes a number of points including the influence of bacteria-related prostatic inflammation on male fertility; and the potential role of prostatic inflammation in promoting the development of BPH and carcinogenesis. In one study, a hexanic lipidosterolic extract of saw palmetto exerted potent anti-inflammatory properties in the whole prostate supporting the beneficial role of the lipidosterolic extract of saw palmetto for BPH. Beta Sitosterol Some research suggests that saw palmetto phytosterols, including β-Silosterol, inhibit BPH symptoms. The bioactive components of saw palmetto are fatty acids and phytosterols. Saw palmetto extracts predominantly consist of fatty acids (~90%) and are unique compared with other extracts and vegetable and nut oils ,in that they are a rich source of the saturated, medium-chain fatty acids laurate and myristate. A combination of fatty acids, phytosterols, and other bioactive components may be responsible for beneficial effects reported from saw palmetto supplements. African Prune (P. africanum) is an herbal extract taken from the bark of the African cherry tree. Recent research suggests that the extract may help BPH. The evidence suggests that P. africanum modestly, but significantly, improves urologic symptoms and flow measures. Zinc, like many other nutrients, is not produced naturally by the body because of this it must be obtained from supplements or food.

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