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General recommendations to prevent prostatitis.
- Do not expose yourself to cold or moisture. Avoid staying on cement or cold chairs. Protect your extremities from the cold, look for warm footwear. Also, do not sit for a long time in the chair (at the computer, in the office, at the wheel) and especially ride a bicycle or motorcycle; it creates congestion in the prostate area.
- Avoid excessive meat consumption. Meat stimulates, irritates and inflates the sexual organs, especially the prostate gland, leading to its inflammation.
- Treat constipation, if it exists, because it makes a severe pressure on the pelvic organs and, also, creates a favorable environment for pathogen germination.
- Excessive or abnormal sexual practices can cause prostate congestion and create a favorable environment for the stagnation of secretions, glandular swelling, or bacterial growth.
- Drink plenty of water to stimulate the diuresis and eliminate the toxins.
- Eliminate coffee, green or black tea, alcoholic beverages, tobacco, spices and spicy or smoked seasoning, chocolate, cola, cocoa, vinegar as they may act as chemical irritants. Many drugs, including pilocarpine, also have an irritant effect on the prostate.
- In most cases, antibiotics should be regarded as an inappropriate solution.
- Do not let the bladder overfilling. Urinate as soon as you can when you feel the need. Try to completely empty the bladder.
Treatment of enlarged prostate and prostatitis: dietary recommendations.
JUICES. It is recommended to have a juice and a crust cure for 1-2 months or at least adopt a vegetarian diet, especially cruciferous. You can use the following juices:
Nettle juice: 2 glasses/day, long-lasting. The components of the well-known plant stimulate the immune system, substantially increasing the number of antitumoral lymphocytes. Nettle extract is “far superior” to the Indometacin anti-inflammatory drug said Dr. Hans Wagner in the journal of “Phytomedicine.” Excellent properties in the treatment of prostate diseases also have the roots of the nettle.
Tomatoes juice (fresh, uncooked!): 1-2 glasses/day. Lycopene is the carotenoid found in abundance in the skin of tomatoes. The incidence of prostate cancer was found to be lower in the areas where full-grain tomatoes are used. Drink plenty of fresh tomato juice. The lycopene is also found in pink grapefruit, sea buckthorn, red carrots, watermelons, gac, and papayas. Lycopene may also be a component of foods that are not red, such as asparagus and parsley.
Green Barley and/or Green Oat juice: 1 glass/day. Green barley and oats are rich in zinc and have anti-inflammatory effects.
Parsley juice (leaves): 1 glass/day. It is a powerful juice that helps with urogenital diseases.
Cabbage juice: 1 glass/day. Cabbage has anti-inflammatory effects and contains a lot of powerful substances that fight cancer (indole, isothiocyanate, monoterpene, sulforaphane, etc.).
Plantain juice:1 glass/day. Plantain (Plantago lanceolata ) leaves contain zinc that is vital for the balance of the male hormone testosterone, which means it is helpful in the case of an enlarged prostate. Also, the patch of the leaves applied to the skin has an anti-inflammatory effect. The juice can be prepared in a blender.
Plantago lanceolata has an antiseptic, bactericidal, bacteriostatic and diuretic action. It contains two essential iridoid glycosides: aucubin – with antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial effects and catalpol with anti-hypertensive, spasmolytic, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral effects.
Plantago lanceolata tea recipe ingredients:
- 120 leaves of plantain
- 2 liters of water
- 200 g of honey
- 2 lemons
Tea preparation. Wash the fruits with apple vinegar before squeezing, to remove any pesticides from the bark.
Put the juice aside and peel the bark. The remainder of the lemons and plantain leaves put into water and heat until the volume of the water drops to 600 ml. Strain the liquid into a jar and chill and then add lemon juice and honey. Drink one cup (50 ml) every morning, on an empty stomach, to relieve symptoms.
Instead of green leaves, you can use plantain powder. Take 4-6 teaspoons a day on an empty stomach.
Moon Radishes contain substances with a strong antibiotic effect, have anti-inflammatory action on the kidneys and the prostate, and help control urinary sphincters. Consume these roots abundantly. You can also use radish juice (100 ml) combined with carrot juice (150 ml).
Other dietary recommendations to cure prostate.
Cure with wheat germinated. Consume 3-4 tablespoons of wheat germinated each day, 10-15 days a month. You can also prepare delicious milk according to the following recipe:
- 4 tablespoons of germinated wheat
- ½ apple (optional)
- 4 walnuts
- 1-2 tablespoons of honey
- 1 cup of hot water.
Mix all ingredients in a blender or mixer.
Ground wheat bran, prepared with pumpkin seeds or watermelon (Curcubita pepo). Take 8 tablespoons of pumpkin seeds and crumble (unheated and not peeled). Then put it in 1 liter of water and boil for 15 minutes. Allow cooling. Take the surface water containing pumpkin oil and set it aside for the next day. The remainder of the liquid should be mixed with five tablespoons of wheat bran and left for the night and strained — the liquid combines with water containing the oil. You can also add the juice from two lemons and honey if you do not have diabetes, obesity, or are not allergic.
Cure with pollen and royal jelly. Several studies have shown that bee pollen treatment yields exceptional results in the healing of prostate adenoma and prostate hypertrophy. It is recommended to intake at least 10 grams of bee pollen in combination with 100 mg of royal jelly per day for at least 60 days to get noticeable results.
The yeast cure has shown beneficial effects even in prostate cancer. Experimental studies demonstrated that daily ingestion of this product resulted in malignant development stopping in less than three months.
Take 2-3 yeast tablets per day for three weeks. Make a 7-day break and repeat.
Consume soy foods. Soybeans contain substances called isoflavones that may protect against prostate disease.
Eat regular lentils, nuts, and sweet corn. They contain glutamic acid, an amino acid that may reduce the size of the enlarged prostate.
Phytotherapy of enlarged prostate and prostatitis.
Combination of equal amounts of spiny cocklebur (Xanthium
Thuja tincture has an action to strengthen urinary sphincters, especially in the senior men, who are experiencing an organic disability to control micturition. Moreover, this plant has potent anti-inflammatory and anti-infectious effects on the genitourinary system, being recommended in prostatitis, but also hemorrhagic or recurrent cystitis.
Take a teaspoon (about 5 ml) of the tincture in a small amount of water, 3 times a day for 3-weeks, and then take a break for a week.
Propolis tincture – 30 drops, three times a day, taken on a dry piece of bread. Propolis suppositories can be successfully used for 15 days. Good results have been obtained in prostate infection (prostatitis), hypertrophy, and prostate adenoma.
Miscellaneous treatments of enlarged prostate and prostatitis.
Hot bath. You can take a hot bath, sitting in the bathtub, or a seating bath. The bath should be taken at least for 15 minutes; Take a bath a day, but in the case of prostatitis take two baths a day.
Take a hot tub with temperature increasing progressively, using horsetail or hay flowers for 20 minutes 3 times a week.
Cure with clay. Put a spoonful of clay powder in a glass of water. Stir well and leave to soak for the night. In the morning, mix well and drink as such. The cure lasts for 30 days.
Hot stove with vegetal charcoal. Use a cup of hot water (not burning) and a spoon of coal dust; put the mixture into the rectum with the irrigator. Keep a mix as long as possible, during the night, if possible. The treatment is especially useful in prostatitis.
Prostate Massage. Stay straight, stretch your right foot over the left one, and touch the floor with your right toe. Return to the original position. Now stretch your left foot across the right one, touching the floor with your left toe. Increase the number of repeats up to at least 50.
Prostate sphincter exercise is recommended to avoid prostate sphincter weakening and uncontrolled urination. Exercise your sphincter by contraction (clamping and relaxation) of the prostate muscles. Start from a small number of contractions and gradually increase to a few hundred daily. You can do prostate sphincter exercise in any position and time. You’ll notice the positive effect of the training from the very first days.
Herbal teas to treat an enlarged prostate and prostatitis.
Tea contains a mixture of 14 herbs:
- SmallFlower (Epilobium
- Spiny cocklebur (Xanthium
- Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)
- Horsetail (Equisetum arvense)
- Sweet flag or calamus (Acorus calamus)
- Spiny restharrow (Ononis spinosa)
- Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus)
- White nettle or white dead-nettle (Lamium album)
- Corn Silk (Stigmata
- European goldenrod or woundwort (Solidago
- Common soapwort (Saponaria officinalis)
Liquoriceor licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
- Blue eryngo or flat sea holly (Eryngium planum)
- Silver birch (Betula pendula)
Preparation: Put one tablespoon of the mixture into 250 ml of hot boiling water. Stop heating when you have introduced the herbs, leave to cool out with the coated pot. Drink tea in the morning and in the evening 30 min before the meal.
This tea is an excellent preventative treatment of enlarged prostate and prostatitis in men over 50. Healthy men follow the procedure for two months a year, men with prostatitis and prostatic lithiasis (stones)-1-4 months a year, and men with adenoma or early cancer- 6 months a year. In all cases after the first month of treatment, two weeks of pause are recommended, followed by 2-5 uninterrupted cures.
Cure with this tea is also indicated for women who often urinate or for children of 0-14 who have enuresis, for 1-3 months.
Therapeutic effect: tea stimulates micturition so that active substances from the herbs stimulate wound healing, lower inflammation, and disappear adenoma, pains and infections.
For increased efficacy, two teaspoons of Spiny cocklebur and Smallflower tincture in a cup of tea are recommended to add.
Prostate Health Tea is a product that helps maintain prostate health and normal urinary function by relieving diuresis. Prostate Health Tea is based on revolutionary formulas, designed by the famous phytotherapist Prof. Ovidiu Bojor. The tea is compliant with European quality standards.
The composition of tea: Smallflower hairy Willowherb (Epilobium parviflorum), dwarf palms (Serenoa repens), and Spiny cocklebur (Xanthium spinosum).
Administration. Adults: add a teaspoon of the powder of herb mix to 250 ml of cold water, keep for 6-8 hours at room temperature, then squeeze and drink on an empty stomach. Take 3 cups of macerate per day 30 min before the meal.
Infusion of herbs is prepared from a spoonful of plants added to 250ml of boiling water. Keep at room temperature for 15 minutes, strain, and drink on an empty stomach. Take three infusion mugs per day 30 min before the meal.
Sublingual powder – the plants are finely ground with an electric stirrer. Take one teaspoon of the powder three times a day on an empty stomach. The powder is kept under the tongue for 10-15 minutes, then swallowed with water. It is recommended to use in 3-months treatments, followed by a 30-day break.