Zinc (Zn): Zinc is an important component in the synthesis of testosterone and the hormone needed in men. Zinc is an essential element for healthy sperm and prevent infertility.
Copper: helps prevent prostatitis and BPH syndrome or chronic pelvic pain (CPP) Although the body has only a small amount of copper, minerals are important if you are taking zinc supplements, because inhibit the absorption of zinc and copper can lead to a deficiency.
Pumpkin seed oil: In a recent study in Hungary when using pumpkin seed oil for two months in patients with prostatic hypertrophy, 86% improved symptoms of dysuria. Pumpkin seed oil also showed a decrease in the size of the prostate in 33% of patients when compared with medical therapy (injections Depostat). Another reason for the substantial benefits of pumpkin seed oil because they contain Omega 6 (Linoleic Acid). Omega 6 have been identified to reduce the symptoms of benign enlargement and reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
Beta-sitosterol mixture: Beta-sitosterol is a substance found in plants. Chemists call it "plant sterol ester". It is found in fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds. It is used to make medicine.
Beta-sitosterol is used for heart disease and high cholesterol. It is also used to strengthen the immune system and prevent colon cancer, gallstones, common flu (influenza), HIV / AIDS, rheumatoid arthritis, tuberculosis, psoriasis, allergies , cervical cancer, disorders causing muscle pain, arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), asthma, baldness, bronchitis, migraine, and chronic fatigue syndrome. Men beta-sitosterol treatment using swollen prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH properties). Women use in treating symptoms of menopause. It is also used to enhance sexual performance. Marathon runners sometimes beta-sitosterol used to reduce pain and swelling after running. Some beta-sitosterol users to the skin in the treatment of wounds and burns.
Saw Palmetto: Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens / Sabal serrulata) is under the palm trees are indigenous fruit southeastern United States is mainly used as food and pharmaceuticals. The early 1900s, people used to treat fruit of issues related to urology, enhance sperm production and boost libido. Today, the use of saw palmetto to treat prostate hyperplasia benign (inflammation of the prostate) (BPH), is not prostate cancer. The researchers said that Saw Palmetto may affect the amount of testosterone in the body, reducing the amount of an enzyme that promotes the growth of prostate cells. Often combined with Saw Palmetto extracts nettle in treating BPH. The active ingredient of Saw Palmetto include fatty acids, plant sterols, and flavonoids. The fruit also contains high molecular polysaccharide (sugar), works to reduce inflammation or immune system enhancement. Saw palmetto does not shrink the overall size of the prostate, but it seems to shrink the lining pressure on the tubes that carry urine.
Nettle: Nettle (they thorn trees) (Urtica dioica and the closely related Urtica urens) have long been used as drugs. In medieval Europe, the plant is used as a diuretic (water help flush the excess out of the body) and to treat joint pain. Europeans widely used nettle root to treat BPH. Studies in humans show that nettle, in combination with other herbs (especially Saw Palmetto), is effective in relieving symptoms such as low profile, empty the bladder, urine driven, and elementary many times. These symptoms are due to prostate enlargement inserted into the urethra (the tube that carries urine from the bladder). Studies in the laboratory have shown that nettle can equal finasteride (a drug that is usually indicated in the treatment of BPH) helps slow the growth of prostate cells certain. However, unlike finasteride, herbs did not reduce prostate size.
Pygeum Africanum: the evergreen tree grows in the mountainous areas of sub-Saharan Africa and the islands of Madagascar, Sao Tome, Fernando Po, and Grande Comore with an altitude of about 900-3400 meters above sea level. Pygeum, an herbal remedy derived from tree bark of P. africana, used alternative medicine for patients with prostatic hyperplasia benign (inflammation of the prostate). Pygeum helped relieved the symptoms of BPH including nocturia (urination at night) and improve urine flow.
Lycopene: Lycopene, a carotenoid found in tomatoes, is a nutritional ingredient promising chemotherapy in prostate cancer (PCA). In epidemiological studies, eating regularly and the carotenoid lycopene in the blood related to reducing the risk of development of the PCA. Empirical studies have shown that lycopene inhibits tumor growth and proliferation of prostate PCA cells, respectively, as recent research Clinton. There is clinical evidence of the benefits of lycopene for prostate, limited to patients with PCA or intraepithelial neoplasia u senior prostate. Lycopene may help treat prostate hyperplasia benign (inflammation of the prostate) and prevents the progression of prostate cancer, according to the mechanism described above. Effective its antioxidants help protect the prostate cells as well as DNA from oxidative damage. By mopping up the reactive oxygen, lycopene prevents tissue damage of the prostate as well as mutations in prostate cells. Finally, lycopene can adjust the insulin-like growth factor IGF-1 in particular. By doing so, it inhibits the growth of cells acceleration caused by these factors.
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