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Does Saw Palmetto work in treating enlarged prostate symptoms?

Introduction.

Saw Palmetto is a dwarf palm tree (Serenoa repens) found in the southern states of the United States. It has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes by Indian countries and is now frequently used by men to treat enlarged prostate symptoms. Some men will claim that it cured them while others see no benefit. With a supplement market full of inaccurate and exaggerated claims how is anyone supposed to know what works and what doesn’t? The research-based evidence is the only way to know does Saw Palmetto work in treating enlarged prostate symptoms, or all its popularity is just made up marketing.

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Natural treatment of enlarged prostate and prostatitis

Introduction.

Reading of wonderful books of a great Romanian phytotherapist Prof. Ovidiu Bojor inspired me (about me) to write this post on natural treatment of enlarged prostate and prostatitis. Prof. Ovidiu Bojor – the father of modern Romanian phytotherapy, has put all his energy to discover the best recipes that could make our life more beautiful, longer, and healthier. This man who climbed the Himalayas four times, in his 95 still is working 8-10 hour a day, always resilient, better than anything else, demonstrated on the example of his life that living in harmony with nature is the best way to healthy living. His books are indispensable landmarks for anyone who are craving to live a healthy and happy life.

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Lifestyle to mitigate prostatitis symptoms

Benign prostatic hyperplasia versus prostatitis.

Although, benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostatitis, both reveal themselves in the background of an enlarged prostatic gland these two conditions must be distinguished. As it was shown first by Gat, Y et al. in 2008 and have been proven in numerous clinical studies on thousands of real patients since then, BPH occurs as a result of the failure of the one-way valves in the internal spermatic veins. This, in turn, leads to stagnation of venous blood, first in the longer left side and later in the right side spermatic vein, well known as varicocele.

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The mechanism of benign prostatic hyperplasia

Why do we need to know the mechanism of benign prostatic hyperplasia? The mechanism is a key, a source of everything. If we cannot identify the mechanism of the disease, we become like a blind warrior trying to combat an enemy. We just observe symptoms of the condition like exploding shells, but we do not see the gun which shoots.

Here I would like to introduce an excellent mechanism of benign prostatic hyperplasia, first offered ten years ago by Israel scientists and have been proven in numerous clinical studies since then.

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