Saw Palmetto Concentrate (60 Caps)
Saw Palmetto Concentrate (60 Caps)
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Saw Palmetto Conc. (60 caps)

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Improve prostate health naturally with the concentrated extract of Saw Palmetto fruit. It supports prostate gland health and provides hormone balance for men over 40.

Saw palmetto berries are important in glandular strengthening and toning combinations. It is considered a tonic for the whole body.


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Benefits:



  • Supports the glandular system.

  • Supports prostate gland health.

  • Provides balance, especially for men over 40.


How It Works:


Saw palmetto is most well-known for supporting prostate health. Saw palmetto is used primarily to support glandular tissues (especially the prostate gland) and to maintain optimal balance in hormone levels. Scientific research validates its use for supporting prostate health. Each softgel capsule provides a minimum of 85 percent fatty acids and phytosterols, including beta-sitosterol. These fatty acids are the most sought-after components in saw palmetto.

Ingredients:


Saw palmetto berry extract.

Recommended Use:


Take 1 capsule with a meal twice daily.

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Saw palmetto berries are important in glandular strengthening and toning

combinations.

It is considered a tonic for the whole body.

It strengthens the thyroid which controls overall glandular function.

It also strengthens digestion, the lungs and other tissues that are damaged

by debilitating, wasting or chronic diseases.

It is an aid for diabetics.

In men, it is used for impotence, sterility, underdeveloped testicles and

enlarged prostate.

In women it is used for infertility, lack of stamina, ovarian dysfunction

and underdeveloped breasts.

Remember that many traditional uses of saw palmetto have not been scientifically

proven.

One component of saw palmetto is a precursor of cortisone. The body may

be able to use it to regulate the metabolism of foods and fluids that provide

energy and reduce inflammation.