Nutraceuticals can be Effective in symptoms associated with BPH

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) describes a generalized, non-cancerous, enlargement of the prostate gland. Although the exact cause of BPH remains unknown, medical researchers feel that this condition is most likely due to hormonal changes and is thus a part of the normal aging process. Symptoms of BPH may include frequent urination; difficulty in starting or maintaining a urine stream; a sensation of pressure or “fullness” near the rectum, and chronic bladder infection. Fortunately, there are several nutraceutical preparations available that are effective in addressing symptoms often associated with BPH.


Qmax Prostate


Qmax Prostate contains a combination of three nutraceuticals that have been proven effective with symptoms associated with BPH: Saw Palmetto extract, Beta-Sitosterol, and Pygeum Africanum. Considering that these three naturally-occurring substances have been proven to be effective when they have been used alone, Qmax Prostate combines the three with a proprietary anti-inflammatory combination which includes pharmaceutical-grade US grown and processed G63 Flower Pollen Extract and bromelain and papain in order to provide users with an effective “Multi-Modal Punch” against urinary symptoms associated with prostate dysfunction and BPH.


The time until an improvement in BPH symptoms is noted will, of course, vary among the individual users. While some will notice a lessening of symptoms within the first few weeks, it is not uncommon for several months to pass before an improvement will be noticed.


In summary, many of the urinary and inflammatory symptoms associated with BPH can be controlled (if not totally eliminated) by use of nutraceutical Qmax Prostate. As an added benefit, the nutraceutical included in this preparations is also beneficial to other bodily systems and thus work to maintain optimal health in the users of this product.


*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose BPH, treat BPH, cure BPH, or prevent BPH or any disease.

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