Herbal remedies for prostate

Plants for prostate

Summarized in the following list, the most widely used herbs for the prostate and its diseases (prostate, benign prostate adenoma, etc.).

  • Brusco (Ruscus aculeatus, L). Excellent for all disorders of the urinary tract (prostate).
  • Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum). It has anti-inflammatory and anti-edema properties.
  • Cypress (Cupressus semperviverens, L.). The leaves are excellent to cause voiding of urine in cases of prostatits. Has toning for the prostate.
  • Horsetail (Equisetum arvense). Excellent diuretic.
  • Juniper (Juniperus communis L.) Its berries are diuretic and used for dropsy, nephritic kidney and bladder catarrh.
  • Stigmata of maize (Zea mays L.). Facilitates urination; desinflama cleans the kidneys and the bladder mucus for swelling.
  • Filepéndula (Filependula hexapetala). Effective for diseases of the prostate to bladder stones and kidney.
  • Rusco (Ruscus aculaetus, L.). Antiinflamtorias and anti-edema properties. Excellent for increasing diuresis.
  • Sabal or Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens). Where excellent antiinflammatory prostate disorders. Preventive prostate urinary infections and inflammations. Preventive benign prostatic hyperplasia and its symptoms.

In the case of Saw Palmetto, since the floor may be more effective for prostate disorders, must take into account the appropriate amount. In major studies have been done on this plant has been proven to be good to use a daily amount of 320 mg of extract.

It is better to use the berries extract powder, and that those supplements can contain a lot of fiber and sugars, and less of the active ingredients of Saw Palmetto. Keep in mind that 160 mg of extract equivalent to 1920 mg of powdered berry that is twelve times more concentrated.

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