Posts Tagged ‘prostate health’
It’s known for its painful, spiky leaves. In ancient Ireland, it was referred to as “The Devil’s Apron”. Its very name suggests its needle-like appearance. Sounds pretty dangerous, right? So why on earth would you want to add this prickly plant to your supplement regimen? Well, what if I told you that people have been relying on this herb since ancient times for its healing properties? It doesn’t sound quite so menacing anymore. In fact, this supplement sounds like it could be downright beneficial. But what does the science say?
Continue reading Stinging Nettle: An Ancient Remedy for Prostate and Arthritis Pain
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Tags: Anti-inflammatory, arthritis, prostate, prostate cancer causes, prostate health, stinging nettle, supplements
With age comes wisdom and experience. But it also comes with some less desirable traits, like achy joints, a sudden need for reading glasses, hot flashes for women, and prostate issues for men. Not surprisingly, in all four cases, the first thing many physicians reach for is their prescription pad. And while reading glasses aren’t really worth worrying about, the hormone therapies for menopause and prostate health can come with a whole host of negative side effects, such as decreased libido and increased risk of stroke and even cancer. But what if you didn’t need a prescription? What if you […]
Continue reading Saw Palmetto: Try This to Cool Off Hot Flashes and Protect Your Prostate
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Tags: prostate, prostate health, saw palmetto, Serenoa repens
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