Prostate 120 Capsules
The herbs used in this formula are known to contain anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-cancer properties. Research shows that the properties are valuable in nourishing and feeding the prostate to prevent infections, while worldwide studies show huge success using these herbs in the treatment of enlarged and inflamed prostate. Due to the holistic effect of the combination of herbs together with Pygeum that acts as natural progesterone, the body is naturally more able to prevent infections and correct urinary hesitancy.
African potato is a natural plant progesterone and well-known for the treatment of prostate problems, while Buchu is a great help with weak urine flow.
RESEARCH ON SOME INGREDIENTS
African Potato: Natural plant progesterone. Benign Prostate Hyperplasia. Prostate cancer. Enlarged prostate. Prostate problems.
Boswellia: Prostate cancer
Buchu: Prostate. Weak urine flow
Ginseng: Prostate. Helps lower the weight of the prostate
The fruit, leaves, bark, seeds, and roots of the tree contain over 100 Annonaceous acetogenins. These are natural compounds with antitumor properties. Laboratory studies show that Graviola extracts can destroy some breast cancer cells that are resistant to certain chemotherapy drugs.
Graviola leaf extract may inhibit the growth of prostate cancer tumors. In studies involving cell lines and rats, the water extract from Graviola leaves was shown to reduce the size of the rats’ prostates.
Pygeum: Progesterone-like effects. Natural plant progesterone. Inflammation. Swelling, Benign Prostate Hyperplasia. Inflammation. Swelling
Pomegranate: Prostate cancer. For example, in some studies of men with recurrent prostate cancer and rising prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels, researchers found that drinking pomegranate juice or taking pomegranate juice extract significantly slowed the rate at which PSA was rising ( PSA doubling time).
Saw Palmetto: Benign Prostate Hyperplasia. Weak urine flow
Sutherlandia (Cancer Bush): Cancer
Sutherlandia, an African herb, could be the next best herb in prostate cancer prevention. Dennis Lubahn, Ph.D., professor of biochemistry and child health, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Botanical center, University of Missouri-Columbia, noted mice studies are promising, showing the herb can block prostate cancer formation.