Saw Palmetto

    60 X 500mg Tablets
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    Saw Palmetto Benefits

    An extract from the Serenoa Repens fruit commonly found in the subtropical, Saw Palmetto berries are high in fatty acids and Phytosterols. The active ingredients like plant sterols and flavonoids derived from the berries which contain high molecular weight polysaccharides. Many men believe this amazing fruit supports hair growth and helps bph benign prostatic hypertrophy.

    • Saw Palmetto (500mg)
    • Bulking Agents DiCalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Saw Palmetto Prep Saw Palmetto Berry Extract, Maltodextrin, Silica, Anticaking Agents Silica, Magnesium Stearate

    Dose 1 to 2 tablets per day

    Saw Palmetto Origin

    Saw Palmetto (Sabal serrulatum) is a herbacious plant that is often seen on the coasts of South America as a medium-sized palm tree. The conventional method used for getting its extract involves the use of hydroalcoholic mixtures. By using this process of extraction, the manufacturers can be certain of the fact that the nutritional strings of the constituents like sterols, and fatty acids haven’t left their place. There is always a mandatory implication involved with the use of phenols as a supplement. The most common of them is the one that involves the occlusion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone conversion which thereby improves the bioavailability of the hormone testosterone in the body. There are studies that came forth with a positive result of recovered urinary flow after a timely use of phenols on the patients within the age group of 40-80 years. Nocturia is the most common symptom of prostatic hyperplasia. Prostatic disorders are as common as gastrointestinal disorders in old age.

    Saw palmetto can be consumed in the easiest possible way in the form of tablets. They have been enveloped with a strong bulking agent named dicalcium phosphate that is responsible for regulating the pH of the gut while saw palmetto performs through its usual mode of action. It is advisable to consume foods with lesser or no spicy ingredients when you are on a saw palmetto supplement. It is a product that is mostly recommended for men and is not supposed to be used by patients who are on warfarin or any other form of blood thinning medications. The first-hand use of saw palmetto was seen in the year 1950. And since then, it has been used in numerous instances wherein its involvement was used as a preventive measure.

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