If there’s a male definition of frustration, it’s prostate trouble.
Night after night, you wake up having to go. You get sudden urges during the day. You never feel quite empty. Or you have to go again just a few minutes after running to the rest room. And when you do go, it can be hard to get started… your stream is just a frustrating dribble, or it can be downright painful.
A swollen prostate cuts into your time… your fun… every aspect of your life. And – as you’ve probably heard – 9 out of 10 men will eventually face these frustrations.
As if that weren’t bad enough, a swollen prostate can ruin your sex life. A report in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association notes that prostate trouble is closely linked to sexual problems.
You may have painful ejaculation… and inability to ejaculate at all… or trouble getting – or keeping – an erection.1 It’s bad enough a swollen prostate can tether you to the restroom and wreck your sleep. Does it have to ruin your love life, too?
Here’s the good news: It doesn’t. In fact, you could enjoy a normal life again. One where you sleep through the night. Where you don’t worry about where the nearest rest room is. A life where you can enjoy truly satisfying sex again.
And it’s all thanks to an unusual plant.
Nearly 60 Years of Proven Prostate Performance
In 1959, a doctor in Sweden – Dr. Ask Upmark – first gave a patient rye pollen extract for his swollen prostate. Since then, millions of men in Europe and Japan have followed suit. Outside the U.S., rye pollen extract is one of the most popular prostate remedies.
That’s almost 60 years of satisfied users. Men whose swollen prostates made them miserable and frustrated. Men who found freedom again. All without serious side effects.
That 60 years of success led us to explore rye pollen’s power. And were we ever impressed. So much so, we created Prosta-Rye.
Prosta-Rye is more than just rye pollen extract. We’ve added a “booster” that makes it one of our most popular formulas. I’ll tell you about this special booster in a few moments. But first, just how effective is rye pollen extract?
Head-to-Head Tests Prove Rye Pollen’s Power
Scientists use many types of trial. Some trials just look at the effect of a substance. Others test the substance against a placebo. And a few studies use what’s called an “active” placebo.
Active placebo studies compare one substance – such as rye pollen extract – against another with proven performance. And in this type of study, rye pollen extract really proves its performance.
Remember I mentioned rye pollen extract is popular in Japan? Well, back in 1990, Japanese doctors tested rye pollen against another proven prostate formula.
Since the 1950s, doctors have used a combination of three amino acids to ease prostate trouble. This combo is fairly effective, too. Doctors at Osaka City University wondered if rye pollen could match up.
They gave 192 volunteers – all with prostate issues – either the amino acid combo or rye pollen extract. Both worked well. But rye pollen worked better.
Both the volunteers and their doctors rated rye pollen better. And tests proved them right. Those taking rye pollen extract had…
- Less urine in their bladders after emptying
- A freer, stronger stream
- Lower average prostate volume at the end of the study.2
Polish doctors ran another active placebo trial. This time, they tested rye pollen against Pygeum africanum – a popular proven prostate herb.
In this study, rye pollen worked even better. It rated almost 42% more effective than Pygeum… in the same three measurements the Japanese scientists used: flow, retained urine, and prostate growth.3
Think of what that kind of improvement could mean to you. Fewer trips to the bathroom – day and night. Faster trips, too, with a strong, manly stream. And just imagine the boost to your confidence when you’re back in control.
Need more proof? When it comes to rye pollen’s power, there’s plenty.
Science Piles on the Proof
Mainstream doctors rarely promote herbal solutions. Especially when those solutions could take a bite out of their business. But one prominent urologist was so convinced by rye pollen extract, that’s exactly what he did.
Dr. P.J.R. Shah is a prominent English urologist. He’s a university lecturer in urology… a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons… and a believer in rye pollen extract.
In the journal Complementary Therapies in Medicine, Dr. Shah noted studies have shown rye pollen extract effective for several prostate issues.4 And he’s right…
German doctors tested rye pollen against a placebo and found it was 85% more successful in cutting down nighttime trips to the bathroom. Almost 70% of the men taking rye pollen got relief.
The rye pollen group also needed fewer daytime bathroom breaks. And they cleared their bladders more fully.
Over 12 weeks, the rye pollen group had continuous improvement. That is, they held less and less urine after a trip to the bathroom. But the placebo group got worse from week 6 to week 12 – holding even more urine after going.
Physical exams also showed prostate glands in the rye pollen group had shrunk after 12 weeks. The placebo group wasn’t so lucky.5
Even better, studies show rye pollen is effective against more than just a growing prostate. Many men suffer with prostate pain from bacterial invasion. This irritation can make urinating almost unbearable.
German scientists have shown rye pollen extract helps ease this problem, too.6 Rye pollen may be the simplest, safest, most complete prostate solution ever.
And with Prosta-Rye, it’s something else, too.
Prosta-Rye’s “Booster” Makes All the Difference
Why try Prosta-Rye?
Because Prosta-Rye delivers a boost ordinary rye pollen supplements don’t. It’s a second plant extract proven to improve sexual performance.
The plant is called maca. Ancient Inca warriors ate maca to improve their stamina on the battlefield. And in the bedroom.
For centuries, this folk remedy was a secret known only to the people of the high Andes Mountains. But modern research has blown the door open on what may be one of only a handful of true aphrodisiacs.
In a 2002 study, doctors split a group of men – aged 21 – 56 – into 3 similar groups. They gave 2 groups different doses of maca for 12 weeks. The 3rd group took a placebo. The doctors tested the men before the study and at 4, 8, and 12 weeks.
At the start, all of the men suffered with what doctors might call “low libido.” They just weren’t too interested in sex.
At 4 weeks, none of the groups showed much change. But at 8 weeks, both maca groups were feeling more desire. And they felt even more at 12 weeks. Meanwhile, the placebo group showed very little change.
Using standard tests for mood and anxiety, the doctors showed that maca didn’t boost desire by affecting mood. Blood tests also showed it didn’t change hormone levels. Maca simply made the men feel “hornier.”7
A 2009 study published in the journal Andrologia may be even more impressive. In this study, doctors tested maca on men who had trouble getting or holding erections.
They gave 50 men either maca or a placebo for 12 weeks. Over the 12 weeks, the placebo group showed some progress confidence. But the maca group made much more progress.
And only the maca group made measurable progress in performance.
That’s why you’ll find a full 75mg of maca in every Prosta-Rye capsule. Because it’s not just about the inconvenience and frustration. It’s about living a full and active life… in every way.
Here’s even more good news about Prosta-Rye…
Prostate Relief, Confidence, and Performance… All With Zero Risk
Lots of companies make lots of promises. Some even back them up with a satisfaction guarantee.
But I’ve shown you the studies. They may run 12 weeks, 24 weeks, or even longer. A 30-day guarantee doesn’t quite match up to a study that shows gains after 8 weeks. That’s 56 days. Even a 60-day guarantee doesn’t leave much wiggle room.
That’s one reason Best Life Herbals backs every formula – including Prosta-Rye – with a full-year satisfaction guarantee. We don’t want to rush your decision. You should be thrilled with your results.
And we promise you will be… or we’ll buy it back. Even up to a full year from your purchase date. No rush, no pressure, no hassle. Just plenty of time to prove Prosta-Rye to yourself.
Plus, you can save up to 35% on Prosta-Rye… with our least expensive, most convenient order option ever.
If the idea of reclaiming your freedom and rejuvenating your love life sounds good to you… if you like saving money… and if ease and convenience are appealing… you owe it to yourself to try Prosta-Rye.
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. These statements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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2 Maekawa, M., et al, “Clinical evaluation of Cernilton on benign prostatic hypertrophy–a multiple center double-blind study with Paraprost,” Hinyokika Kiyo. Apr 1996; 36(4): 495-516.
3 Dutkiewicz, S., “Usefulness of Cernilton in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia,” International Urology and Nephrology. Jan 1996; 28(1): 49–53.
4 Shah, P.J.R., “The treatment of disorders of the prostate with the rye-grass extract ProstaBrit,” Complementary Therapies in Medicine. Jan 1996; 4(1): 21-25.
5 Becker, H. and Ebeling, L., “Conservative Treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) with Cernilton N – Results of a placebo-controlled double-blind study,” Graminex.com.
6 Wagenlehner, F.M., et al, “A pollen extract (Cernilton) in patients with inflammatory chronic prostatitis-chronic pelvic pain syndrome: a multicentre, randomised, prospective, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 3 study,” Eur Urol. Sep 2009; 56(3): 544-551.
7 Gonzales, G.F., et al, “Effect of Lepidium meyenii (MACA) on sexual desire and its absent relationship with serum testosterone levels in adult healthy men,” Andrologia. Dec 6, 2002; 34(6): 367-372.
8 Zenico, T., et al, “Subjective effects of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) extract on well-being and sexual performances in patients with mild erectile dysfunction: a randomised, double-blind clinical trial,” Andrologia. Apr 2009; 41(2): 95-99.