Prostate Shocker: The Gardener’s Secret for Maximum Prostate Relief
For most men, there’s a huge gap between statistics and reality.
For example, you have a 90% chance of suffering with prostate trouble. But if you don’t have prostate trouble yet, my words may have no effect. But when your prostate starts to give you trouble… that’s a whole different story.
You may not notice what’s happening to your prostate right now. But if you’re past your mid-20s, it’s growing. Over time, that walnut-sized gland can reach life-changing proportions.
Life-changing? You’d better believe it. You can quickly go from controlling your bladder to the other way around. Emptying can become tough… and painful. Frequent and sudden urges increase. Your stream becomes a trickle. You “leak.”
Many men find their sex lives go down the tubes. In severe cases, you may lose the ability to urinate altogether. And that’s a life-threatening situation.
For many men, though, maximum prostate relief is remarkably close at hand. In fact, it may be hidden in plain sight… in your garden.
Natural Relief That Really Works
The common impression of medical science seems to be all about artificial ingredients. Herbs and other natural substances are seen as quaint… or even backward. The attitude seems to be, “If it doesn’t come from a test tube, it probably doesn’t work.”
But the truth is modern medicine was built on herbs. Aspirin came from willow bark… digitalis came from foxglove… menthol came from peppermint. If we hadn’t had herbs, many of our modern “miracle drugs” wouldn’t exist.
And when it comes to promoting prostate health, you have many herbs and nutrients to choose from. That’s the basis for Best Life Herbals’ ProstaXan.
If you – or someone you love – need gentle, natural prostate relief, read on.
Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and Prostate Health
A few years ago, broccoli was best known as the veggie banned from Air Force One.
George H.W. Bush banned it from all presidential flights. Because, frankly, he hates broccoli. Which is too bad.
Because broccoli – and Brussels sprouts and other cruciferous vegetables – provide tremendous support for prostate health.
You see, these veggies are rich in a compound called sulforaphane. And sulforaphane helps destabilize compounds that would otherwise promote prostate growth.1
Veggies related to broccoli also contain compounds shown to help trigger the “self-destruct” mechanism in unhealthy prostate cells.2
As if that weren’t enough, sulforaphane even appears to encourage lower levels of PSA – a sign of prostate enlargement. In one study, men taking sulforaphane had 86% slower prostate growth than men taking a placebo3
Broccoli and its cousins present a couple of challenges, though. First, like President Bush, many folks simply don’t like how they taste. And if you don’t like them, you probably won’t eat them.
Second, they have an embarrassing effect on most people. Digesting these veggies leads to smelly gas. As the name implies, sulforaphane is a sulfur compound. And sulfur stinks.
Luckily for us, sulforaphane is available in supplement form. So you can get prostate support without the unpleasant side effects.
The Mediterranean Connection… to Prostate Health
Americans don’t eat like most Europeans. If we did, we’d probably be healthier. Especially if we ate the way many southern Europeans do… the so-called Mediterranean diet.
This diet is rich in green vegetables, whole grains, and other healthy foods. Including one Americans love: Tomatoes.
Tomatoes are rich in nutrients closely related to vitamin A. They’re called “carotenoids.” And one of them – lycopene – is a key prostate booster.
A 2014 Swiss study found lycopene discourages the spread of unhealthy cells, defends against cellular damage, and even helps protect your DNA.4
Other studies show lycopene eases stress on your prostate. For instance…
A 2008 German study looked at men with enlarged prostates. They gave lycopene to some of the men and a placebo to others.
The doctors found Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) levels in the men taking lycopene dropped. And lower PSA levels normally signal improving prostate health.
Physical exams confirmed the PSA readings. The prostate glands in men taking lycopene stopped growing. The placebo group wasn’t so lucky. Their prostates grew.5
A 2016 European review reinforced this finding. Doctors in this study searched through years of data and came up with 91 studies to review.
In the end, they found that study after study confirmed that men getting more lycopene had less prostate trouble. And men with prostate trouble who took lycopene showed improvement.6
Spanish doctors reviewed the prostate benefits of the Mediterranean diet in 2012. In their report, they pointed to lycopene as a key dietary factor in prostate defense.7
Eating tomatoes is a good way to get lycopene. Cooked tomatoes are even better, since heating them appears to make the lycopene more available.
And don’t worry about how acidic tomatoes are. As with sulforaphane, you can get lycopene as a supplement.
An Herb Your Prostate Will Love
Countless families in countless towns all across southern Europe carry on an old tradition. The kitchen garden. In this little plot, you’ll find herbs of all types. But there’s one herb you’ll find in virtually every kitchen garden.
Rosemary. It’s an essential herb for both cooking and home remedies. It also happens to promote prostate health. Take a 2010 study from the journal Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, for example.
Doctors tested rosemary extracts on abnormal human cells – including out-of-control prostate cells. When they exposed the cells to the rosemary extracts, activity slowed significantly.8
In other words, rosemary put the brakes on abnormal cell growth. And that can make a huge difference when an expanding prostate starts choking off your urine flow.
A team at the University of Illinois explored how rosemary extracts work. They found they are strong antioxidants. But the extracts also attacked abnormal cells in several ways.
Rosemary can interrupt the division process in unhealthy cells. It can also trigger a “self-destruct” process in abnormal cells. This includes abnormal prostate cells.9
That makes rosemary an important ally for prostate health.
Antioxidants are key to preventing damage to cells – and your DNA. In a 2005 study, doctors found rosmarinic acid – a component of rosemary – was the most potent antioxidant in its class among those tested.10
These are all good reasons to include rosemary in your diet.
Or you could get the benefits of sulforaphane, lycopene, and rosemary all in one place.
A Potent Herbal Defense for Prostate Health
ProstaXan contains all three nutrients we’ve discussed here… plus 10 more. From the well known (saw palmetto) to the unknown (H. pluvialis), each nutrient has been specially chosen for its prostate-boosting benefits. Such as…
- Red clover – Clover is packed with isoflavones. In one study, PSA levels dropped by a third in men taking red clover. And their prostates shrank by 10%!11
- Ginger – The “multi-tool” of spices. Test tube studies show ginger slows growth in abnormal cells. It can also trigger them to self-destruct.12
- Stinging Nettle – A traditional remedy that works. A human trial showed men taking this herb had better flow, more complete emptying, and saw their prostate size drop more than 9% in just 6 months.13
- Astaxanthin – A rare antioxidant. In one lab study, astaxanthin boosted the effect of saw palmetto against an enzyme linked to prostate growth by 20%.14
Plus, ProstaXan delivers 100% of a man’s daily value of zinc – a key mineral for male sexual health.
Get More Protection for Less Money
With ProstaXan, you won’t have to break the bank to enjoy world-class relief. Now you can banish sudden urges… put a stop to painful urination… and even sleep through the night again. All for less than 67¢ a day.
But it gets even better. Because you can enjoy up to 22% savings – and FREE shipping – when you order multiple bottles.
Imagine getting maximum prostate relief for about 51¢ a day. There’s hardly anything worth having left in this world that only costs a half a buck. But thanks to ProstaXan, that’s all it costs to get your confidence back.
- Watching the whole game with your buddies… without making a trip to the men’s room.
- Playing a round of golf without worrying how close you are to the men’s room.
- Enjoying romance again, without the fear of accidents or embarrassment.
How can it get better? How’s this…
Get Maximum Prostate Relief Without Risking a Dime
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So every Best Life Herbals formula – including ProstaXan – is covered by our full-year satisfaction guarantee.
We promise you’ll be thrilled with the results you get with ProstaXan… or we’ll buy it back. Even up to a year after the purchase date.
That’s right. We’re so sure you’ll be happy, we’ll take all the risk. So you can enjoy all the benefits with none of the worry.
You have nothing to lose. But a world of confidence to gain. Get the maximum relief of ProstaXan offers today.
Yours in continued good health,
The Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to treat, cure, prevent or diagnose any disease.
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4 Wertz, K., et al, “Lycopene: modes of action to promote prostate health,” Arch Biochem Biophys. Oct 1, 2004; 430(1): 127-134.
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