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|Pigeum Africanum -is an evergreen tree in Africa. Its bark has historically been used to treat urinary tract infections. It has been used to treat BPH in Europe since the 1980s. The results of many clinical trials demonstrate the effectiveness of Pygeum in reducing the symptoms of BPH. (Andro M.C. Riffaud J.P.. Pygeum africanum extract for the treatment of patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia: a review of 25 years of published experience. Curr Ter Res, 56:796-8, 1995.)
Pumpkin Seed- (Cururbita Pepo) A clinical study conducted in Germany in 1997 demonstrated that pumpkin seeds are beneficial for the treatment of mild to moderate BPH and their use seems well justified. (Blumenthal M., Busse W.R., Goldberg A. et al. (eds). The Complete German Commission E Monographs: Therapueutic Guide to Herbal Medicine, Boston: Integrative Medicine Communications, 193, 1998.)
Nettle Root Extract - (Urtica dioica) exhibits an antiproliferative effect on human prostate cancer cells, and in animal studies was successfully used to treat BPH. (Konrad L., Muller H.H.. Lenz C., Laubinger H., Aumuller G., Lichius J.J. Antiproliferative effect on human prostate cancer cells by a stinging nettle root. Planta Med;66(1): 44-7, Feb 2000 and Lichius J.J. and Muth C. The inhibiting effects of Urtica dioica root extracts on experimentally induced prostatic hyperplasia in the mouse. Planta Med;63(4) 307-10,Aug 1997).
Nettle root extract along with Saw Palmetto appears to be particularly effective in treating BPH. A study conducted in Germany used 320 mg of Saw Palmetto per day along with 240 mg of Nettle root extract over a period of one year. The treatment was effective in treating BPH. (Metzker H., Kieser M., Holscher U. Efficacy of a combined Sabal-Urtica preparation in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasis (BPH). Urologe; 36:292-300, 1996).
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