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Saw Palmetto

Saw Palmetto
160 mg standardized extract 60 softgels per bottle

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Saw Palmetto

Introduction:
Supports prostate health.
85-95% fatty acids with sterols for potency.
In the softgel form as used in the clinical studies.
Made in USA in GMP facilites.
One bottle lasts for one month.
All specifications same as used in the clinical trials to reproduce the positive outcome.
May be as effective as proscar for BPH.

Overview:
Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens, 前列通) is the most commonly used herb in USA and Europe by men to maintain prostate health. Research has shown that standardized Saw Palmetto extract helps reduce symptoms related to prostate enlargement (benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH) such as the frequency and urgency of urination. It may be as effective as proscar yet has fewer side effects.

Jaundiclear Health Benefits:
Saw palmetto counts for 90% of prescriptions for BPH in Germany. Many clinical trials have been conducted by researchers in USA and Europe to evaluate the use of Saw Palmetto in the treatment of prostate enlargement. In a meta analysis of Saw Palmetto clinical trials conducted in Europe, indeed saw palmetto is found to effectively relieve the symptoms of BPH and improve quality of life.

So far two saw palmetto trials done in USA have been published. Both trials found that patients who took Saw Palmetto showed more improvement in the prostate symptoms than the patients who took placebo. But only one trial reached the improvement of statistically significance.

Saw palmetto was also compared side by side with Proscar for BPH treatment.4, 5 Proscar is a prescription drug for the first line BPH treatment. Basically the trials concluded that saw palmetto is as effective as proscar in relieving BPH symptoms but saw palmetto has less side effects than proscar.

Active Ingredients:
Research on Saw Palmetto mostly uses standardized extracts made from its berries. The standardized extracts are concentrated 60 times and typically contains 85% fatty acids and 0.2% sterols, which are believed to be the active ingredients of Saw Palmetto. As fatty acids and sterols are oily, and the saw palmetto extract is normally packed in softgels.

Dose and Duration:
In the Saw Palmetto clinical trials, patients typically took 320 mg standardized extract per day, divided in 2 times. The trials commonly last for 1 month to 1 year.

Use Discretion:


Saw Palmetto Side Effects:
Side effects are few in the Saw Palmetto clinical trials and less common than the BPH drugs such as Proscar. Only mild gastrointestinal symptoms, rhinitis and headache were occasionally observed, which also occurred in patients taking placebo. Another advantage of Saw Palmetto over proscar is that Saw Palmetto does not interfere the PSA test for prostate cancer.

Saw Palmetto Drug Interaction:
No interaction of Saw Palmetto with drugs has been observed.

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