Prostate Supplements Reviewed
Prostate Care Review
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- Product: Prostate Care
- Company: Botanic Choice
- Rating: B
- 3/5 Stars
Rated 3/5 based on 118 customer reviews$ 59.95 In stockSub Par Prostate Support Supplement. 60 Count Bottle. Claims to shrink an Enlarged Prostate. Did not Review Well
- Company Site: www.botanicchoice.com
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Prostate 9 Complex Basics
This herbal supplement claims to contain nine ingredients proven to improve the health of your prostate, reducing the symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), a common prostate condition for men over 40. It reportedly works by nourishing the body with naturally-derived extracts, which helps reduce inflammation and urinary obstruction--two factors that can worsen BPH. It also claims to preserve the health of your prostate by protecting it from other harmful conditions such as prostatitis or the development of other prostate issues. But its popularity may be a better indicator of its efficacy: more than 140,000 men have used it and approved of it.
Prostate 9 Complex contains saw palmetto, nettle root, pumpkin seed, selenium, pygeum, zinc, lycopene, iodine and vitamin E.
Does it Work?
Yes --several of its ingredients have been shown to reduce urinary symptoms caused by BPH. According to a recent clinical trial reported by the American Academy of Family Physicians(AAFP), saw palmetto significantly reduced urinary problems caused by BPH in men between ages 40 to 88 years old. The study points out that the biggest improvement was in nocturia, a term used to describe frequent urges to urinate while sleeping, which saw a 25 percent improvement over placebo. It also helped improve urinary flow and reduce post-void dribbling and urinary retention.
Several studies, which were noted on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) website, also show that pygeum reduces urinary symptoms caused by BPH, namely trouble urinating, nocturia and painful urination. The NIH recently gave pygeum an "A" rating for its efficacy.
Zinc may also offer another benefit--a reduction in your risk for developing prostate problems. According to a study reported by the University of Oregon, zinc was shown to be possibly effective, suggesting it may reduce the spread of prostate issues.
Is it Safe?
Yes. Most of the side effects reported were mild. Both saw palmetto and pygeum can cause stomach upset and nausea.
There is substantial evidence here that Prostate 9 Complex can reduce the symptoms of BPH in a safe, controlled manner. There are also low incidences of harmful side effects, suggesting this may be safe for long term use.