- Associated with improved urinary flow.
- Seems to improve symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia.
- Relaxes the muscles of the bladder and the sphincter.
The berries of Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) are traditionally used by Native Americans to clear the urinary tract and to treat genital problems. More than twenty double-blind, placebo-controlled studies have shown saw palmetto extract to be effective in relieving symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia.
In one study, 505 men received 160 mg saw palmetto extract, twice a day. After 45 days' treatment, they reported:
After 90 days, 88% of patients and their doctors considered the treatment to be effective. For men over 40, Saw palmetto extract is the first line of defense against benign prostate adenoma: it's the best prevention a man can choose for long-term protection of this essential organ.
To maintain a healthy prostate, this Serenoa repens extract can be combined with other natural active principles such as lycopene, a powerful antioxidant found in tomatoes. In addition, Prostaphil is a specific pollen extract for the natural treatment of prostate problems. For optimal efficacy, choose ProstaNatural Formula which contains no less than 10 natural active ingredients including extracts of pollen and saw palmetto.
|Daily dose : 1 softgel
Nombre de doses per box : 30
|Amount per dose|
|Lipid-sterol extract of saw palmetto standardized to contain a minimum of 85% of free fatty acids.||320 mg|
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