Prostate Support contains seven of the best-known herbs that support prostate health and function. Prostate enlargement (BPH) is very common among men over 40. It can interfere with urination and is a risk factor for prostate cancer.
Prostate Support helps ease symptoms including the need for frequent nighttime urination.
Prostate Support is a combination of the best-known and researched herbs to help promote prostate health. This unique combination helps reduce urinary difficulties related to prostate enlargement. It often improves sleep quality by reducing the need for frequent nighttime urination and may also support healthy erectile function.
Saw Palmetto is said to aid in the treatment of the following health problems: asthma, benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), chronic pelvic pain syndrome, colds, coughs, migraine, prostate cancer, and sore throat. Saw palmetto is also thought to increase libido, as well as alleviate stress.
Beta-sitosterol: This is a substance found in many plants. It doesn’t affect the size of the prostate, but it may help your bladder empty and give you a stronger urine flow. It may improve other BPH symptoms as well. Studies with Harzol and Azuprostat, two supplements that contain beta-sitosterol from South African stargrass, have shown particular promise.
Pygeum Africanum Bark Powder: This comes from the bark of the African plum tree. It seems to help some men with BPH wake up less at night to pee, go fewer times during the day, have a stronger urine stream, and empty their bladders better.
Prostate Support combines these powerful ingredients in one formula for the best in prostate support. Together, they offer relief from the symptoms of BPH, reducing urinary difficulties, improving sleep quality, and supporting healthy erectile function. The ingredients are standardized to guarantee purity and potency of key plant actives.
Take 3 capsules daily, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Those patients with identified health conditions should be aware that current prescription medication may interact with dietary supplements, and they should consult their doctor before start using the product.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drugs Administration.