Last Updated on January 5, 2023 by Max
Please read “Updates” at the end of the post.
Before talking about how I cured my prostatitis, I would like to briefly examine some backgrounds of a new approach to understand why this is better than others and to deserve some trust credit from my readers.
I haven’t been at the doctor’s office for the last six months as I got rid of all the signs of prostatitis. Since the underlying mechanism of prostatitis is still unknown, current medical treatments are directed toward relieving the specific symptoms of the illness. The prostate gland expands throughout most of a man’s life; benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is men’s most common benign neoplasm. About 50% of men between 50 and 60 and 90% of the aged 85 experience BPH. Moreover, an enlarged prostate doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll have more or worse symptoms. It’s individual for each person. Hence, no specific characteristics could be served to evaluate the illness severity, just symptoms.
On this basis, the proposed approach also aims to relieve prostatitis symptoms rather than cure the disease. Let’s start with some primary term descriptions to avoid misunderstanding.
What is the prostate?
The prostate is a male reproductive system organ of mammals, a walnut-sized exocrine gland, about 11 grams (0,4 oz), located just underneath the bladder, between the bladder and the penis. The urethral duct runs through the prostate tissue, carrying urine from the bladder through the penis. From the backside, it contacts the rectum. About 30 % of the semen is prostate fluid, a milky alkaline solution of enzymes, zinc, and simple sugars. The prostate fluid protects the sperms in the “hostile” acidic environment of the vagina, nourishes them, and helps them to get to their destination, an ovum, and fertilize it. Besides secretory, the prostate includes muscular tissue helping semen discharge during ejaculation.
What is prostatitis?
Wikipedia defines prostatitis as an inflammation of the prostate gland. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases classification, there are four different forms of prostatitis: acute and chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic pelvic pain syndrome (chronic non-bacterial prostatitis) estimating for 95% of prostatitis diagnoses, and asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis, the relatively uncommon form of prostatitis. The first two forms of prostatitis are treated by antibiotics, and the third and the most popular form is handled by some medications, physical therapy, nerve modulators, phytotherapy, surgery, and more.
Symptoms of prostatitis.
The size of the prostate may grow over ten times with age, and in about a third of men, it squeezes the urethra affecting urine flow. This causes symptoms such as:
Dribbling at the end,
A difficult start,
A thin stream,
Difficult and painful urination,
Pain in the pelvic area,
Lower back pain and many other pain symptoms in the urogenital tract.
Many prostatitis symptoms share with prostate cancer; however, you should know that it does not cause cancer, and your chance of getting cancer is the same as those with no symptoms. So if you find yourself with any of the signs of prostatitis, first visit your doctor to figure out you have prostatitis, not cancer, and what type of prostatitis you have and assess the pros and cons of the treatment methods available.
How I cured my prostatitis?
Let’s go deeper into the definition of prostatitis. We find that inflammation is a protective response of body tissues to toxic stimuli such as pathogens, injured cells, or any other organic or non-organic irritants. Inflammation involves a variety of defense mechanisms, such as the local or general rise of body temperature, immune response, and molecular mediators to localize the injured site and ultimately restore tissue functionality.
Not surprising that our prostate contacting with the bladder and urethra, carrying liquid wastes from one side, and the colon carrying fecal wastes from another side, exposed to the influence of these irritants throughout the men’s life. Even if we do not know the mechanism of prostatitis, we can assume the right causes of prostate inflammation leading to the symptoms mentioned earlier. In this regard, our lifestyle, what we eat, and what we drink or smoke plays a primary role in the development of inflammatory processes in the prostate.
On this basis, and bearing in mind that the exact mechanism of prostatitis has not yet been found, any treatment to reduce symptom hardness should be focused on total or, at least, partial removal of inflammation. I won’t analyze the pros and cons of available approaches in this post, but their low or medium efficacy and vast number of side effects make you wonder whether to apply them or not.
So primarily, I focused on a search for herbs or natural substances with strong anti-inflammatory qualities and lower side effects and then on how to deliver them into the prostate.
The recipe for inflamed prostate treatment.
I found the following recipe most useful and without any noticeable side effects:
1. Shilajit; 150-200 mg
2. Eucalyptus leaves: 1 tablespoon
3. Willow Herb (Epilobium parviflorum): 1/2 teaspoon
4. Water: 150-200 ml (5-6.7 oz)
Pour 150-200 ml of purified water into a glass mug, and add 1/2 teaspoon of Willow Herb. Boil the content for 10 min, and add one tablespoon of shredded
Eucalyptus leaves and boil for five more minutes on low heat. Chill out up to 50 °C (122°F), strain to clean off the debris, and then add 150-200 mg of Shilajit and stir to dissolve it.
How to deliver anti-inflammatory decoction into a prostate?
Almost all recipes for anti-inflammatory teas prescribe drinking them twice a day for two or more weeks. Imagine how much active substance from one tablespoon of the herb can get a small organ, like the prostate, following drinking 200 ml of tea. Drunk tea gets into the stomach first, undergoes digestion by digestive juices, and then gets into a circulatory system and dissolves uniformly throughout the body. Assuming the average weight of inflamed prostate is about 50 g (1.8 oz) and body weight is 80 kg (176 pounds), the prostate can receive only 0.125 ml (0.004 oz) of the tea. But how many active ingredients contain this amount of decoction? What about our digestive system? Is it good for our stomach to drink regularly so much biologically active tea, particularly if it has its own problems? No wonder all prescriptions suggest stopping drinking the tea if you experience any discomfort in your stomach.
These calculations and keeping in mind the prostate position very close to the anus convinced me to use the vent to deliver the anti-inflammatory decoction into the prostate.
The rectum is a small, a few inches long, part of the large intestine adjoining the prostate directly and taking part in absorbing water and electrolytes from food that has remained undigested. So we can use this easy-to-access position of the prostate and the ability of the walls of the rectum to absorb water to treat the inflamed prostate efficiently. The picture shows that in the prone position of a person, not only most of the decoction will penetrate the prostate and reduce inflammation, and it will make all the other organs in this area healthy too.
Instructions on how to use anti-inflammatory decoction.
- Cleanse your rectum with warm, purified water. The best choice for this is a rubber enema with the tip greased with Vaseline for men. Use from 200 to 400 ml (13.5 oz) of water. After you put on the enema, lie on your stomach for 5 minutes and then take a toilet. Or you can put a decoction enema after taking a morning toilet without cleansing water.
- The decoction must be warm enough but not scalding. It is what you need if you can hold your finger immersed in it for five seconds. Use 50-100 ml (1.5-3 oz) of the decoction prepared as shown above for one application.
- Lie on your stomach for one hour to let all the liquid absorb from the rectum into the blood and the surrounding organs.
- Repeat this procedure two times for one or two days, and if you feel positive changes in your prostate, do it only once a day for the next 7-10 days.
- Even though you have no signs of prostatitis, it can come back anytime; many factors affect the prostate. However, now you know what and how and are equipped to take care of it; any time you feel new symptoms, treat your prostate 2-3 times with anti-inflammatory decoction.
Usually, you feel much better after the second or third enema application, but it may be individual in each case. The temperature of the decoction, slightly higher than the body temperature, makes the rectum and prostate relaxed and more receptive to the healing effects of the active substances in the liquid. Try to put on an enema three or more hours before bed.
What can you get following the proposed way of prostate treatment?
- Total or partial elimination of prostatitis symptoms. The healing effect or relief you usually feel the next day following treatment.
- Overall improvement of urogenital organs and health status in the pelvic region.
- As a side effect of the treatment and depending on your age, you can feel an increase in libido, stamina, and night erection.
- Improvement of self-feeling and self-confidence in life.
To summarize, I want to draw your attention and focus on changing our attitude toward the prostate. We used to know that this small organ works for tens of years with no problem, just like our heart or any other internal organ; however, the reality is that neglect of its health doesn’t work anymore and leads to prostatitis with a bunch of bothering symptoms. We should learn how to care for our prostate whether we have prostatitis or not.
How I cured my prostatitis outlined above is straightforward and helpful in treating the inflamed prostate. We use only natural ingredients with high anti-inflammatory potency. An alternative way to get to the prostate through the rectum is to thoroughly use the healing power of our anti-inflammatory decoction and the relaxation effect of high temperature.
In the next post, I will focus on why I have chosen these ingredients for anti-inflammatory decoction, their qualities, and their potential side effects.
For about six months, no sign of prostatitis bothered me. However, as I mentioned earlier, prostatitis, as an inflammation of the prostate gland, may come back at any time if the conditions favor this. And this happened to me. It is my experience, and I hope someone will find it helpful for himself. Here are the updates:
- I excluded Willow Herb (Epilobium parviflorum) from my recipe because of its strong side effect.
- The decoction is still very effective. The result is amazing; just put on one enema and calm sleep for eight hours instead of getting up 2-3 times a night.