Food supplement for good prostate function.
- Vegetable capsule
Frequent, urgent, difficult urination in men
Indicated in cases of prostate dysfunction.
Benign prostatic hypertrophy frequently causes annoying functional disorders:
- Repeated urinary retention
- Nocturnal and daytime urinary urgency
- Frequent need to urinate
- Delayed urination
- Post-void discharge
- Feeling like you haven't emptied your bladder completely
- Difficulty urinating
Zinc contributes to normal fertility and reproduction, to the maintenance of normal testosterone concentration in the blood.
Selenium contributes to normal sperm production.
Take 2 capsules in the evening during a meal with a large glass of water.
To be taken as soon as urinary signs appear.
Precautions for use
- Allergy to peanuts or any of the constituents.
- Treatment with anticoagulants or antiplatelets.
Sabal berry (Serenoa repens), also called saw palmetto, is a plant that is widely used for its medicinal properties, especially for prostate problems in men.
Sabal berry extracts have been studied for their ability to improve symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a common condition in men over the age of 50. BPH is characterized by an enlargement of the prostate gland, which can lead to problems such as difficulty urinating and pain.
Sabal berry contains bioactive compounds that may help reduce inflammation and oxidation in the prostate, which may help reduce symptoms of BPH. Sabal berry extracts have been used to reduce urinary frequency and urgency, as well as improve urine flow in men with BPH.
Studies have also shown that Sabal berry may have beneficial effects on other prostate-related health problems, such as chronic prostatitis, which is an inflammation of the prostate that can lead to pain and urinary problems. Sabal berry extracts have also been studied for their potential in preventing prostate cancer.
In summary, Sabal berry may be helpful in managing various prostate health issues in men, especially benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Several meta-analyses, including one carried out in Europe in 2004, and one in China in 2008, have shown that saw palmetto has real effectiveness in reducing the symptoms of BPH. In 2007, however, an observational study conducted in six European countries pointed to the lesser effectiveness of saw palmetto compared to medications... which a study conducted in Spain refuted, revealing that treatment with saw palmetto is more economical and equally effective. In any case, the European Commission and the WHO have decided and recognize the use of saw palmetto to treat urinary disorders that accompany mild to moderate benign prostatic hypertrophy. Saw palmetto extracts therefore have the property of reducing an enlarged, but not cancerous, prostate by preventing the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone.
Pygeum, also known as African Plum, is an herb native to Africa that has been used to treat prostate disorders for centuries. Pygeum bark extracts have been used to treat symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostatitis.
The main cause of BPH is increased production of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) through the action of the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase on testosterone. Pygeum inhibits this enzyme, which reduces DHT production and helps reduce prostate size. Additionally, Pygeum acts as an anti-inflammatory, reducing inflammation in the prostate and thus improving the symptoms of prostatitis.
Pygeum also contains phytosterol compounds, fatty acids and phytosterol esters which have a beneficial effect on prostate health. Phytosterols, which are similar to cholesterol, can reduce prostate inflammation and reduce pain. Omega-3 fatty acids and phytosterol esters act as antioxidants, protecting prostate cells from oxidative damage.
Several clinical studies have shown that Pygeum can help reduce symptoms of BPH and prostatitis, such as pain, urinary frequency and urgency, and prostate enlargement. Pygeum is often combined with other herbs such as Sabal and Lycopene to enhance its effects.
Pumpkin seeds have long been used to treat prostate problems, such as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). These seeds contain active compounds, such as phytosterols and unsaturated fatty acids, which are responsible for their beneficial properties for prostate health.
Phytosterols are natural substances found in plants that are similar to human cholesterol. They are known to inhibit the production of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a hormone responsible for prostate growth in men. Phytosterols can also reduce prostate inflammation, which is an important factor in the development of BPH.
Unsaturated fatty acids, such as linoleic and oleic acids, found in pumpkin seeds also have anti-inflammatory properties and may help reduce BPH symptoms. These fatty acids are also important for maintaining a healthy prostate by improving blood circulation and reducing the risk of blood clots.
Additionally, pumpkin seeds are rich in antioxidants, such as vitamin E, which protect prostate cells from oxidative damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules that damage cells and can contribute to the development of BPH and other prostate diseases.
In summary, pumpkin seeds may help maintain a healthy prostate by reducing inflammation, inhibiting DHT production, improving blood circulation, and providing antioxidants to protect prostate cells from oxidative damage.
The European Commission and the World Health Organization recognize the medicinal use of pumpkin seeds to relieve the symptoms of irritable bladder (or overactive bladder) and urination disorders associated with benign prostatic hypertrophy.
Selenium helps protect cells against oxidative stress.
Selenium contributes to normal spermatogenesis.
Zinc contributes to normal DNA synthesis.
Zinc contributes to normal fertility and reproduction.
Zinc contributes to maintaining normal testosterone levels in the blood.
Zinc helps protect cells against oxidative stress.