Eviprostat-S

Eviprostat S 320 mg UNO – effective natural help

Difficult and painful urination, nocturnal disruptions due to a constant urge to urinate – now nature provides help against these typical symptoms of benign prostate enlargement (benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH). The active substances contained in the fruits of the saw palmetto reduce swelling and inflammation of the prostate tissue.

Active substance: oily extract of the fruit of the saw palmetto plant (Serenoa repens, Sabal serrulata)

Five good reasons for using  Eviprostat S 320 mg UNO:

Eviprostat S…

•    is a very well tolerated herbal product
•    reduces swelling and inflammation of the prostate tissue
•    effectively reduces the urge to urinate
•    improves difficult urination and strengthens the urinary stream
•    needs no prescription

Additional information: Even the Native Indians of North America already used the berries of the saw palmetto (Sabal) as a natural remedy to strengthen the urinary tract. And these days we are well aware of how to utilise the beneficial properties of Sabal preparation to treat benign prostate enlargement (benign prostatic hyperplasia = BPH) and related symptoms.
The fat-soluble parts of the sabal fruit have a regulating effect on sexual hormones. They cause a reduction of the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT) by inhibiting the enzyme 5-alpha reductase. This prevents further cell growth. Furthermore, Sabal has anti-inflammatory properties, which, in turn, have a beneficial effect on swelling, water retention and redness.

Medical background: The male prostate or prostate gland is a reproductive gland that produces a share of the semen. It is roughly the size of a chestnut and sheathes the beginning of the urethra. The posterior wall of the prostate borders the rectum, from where it is palpable. Like other human glandular organs, the prostate has a good blood supply and its function is regulated by hormones.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a non-cancerous enlargement or growth of prostate tissue, which, according to Alken, is divided into three stages (irritative, residual urine and regressive-obstructive).
An increased level of the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is derived from testosterone with the assistance of the enzyme 5-alpha reductase, is, in particular, considered the main cause of prostatic hyperplasia.

Symptoms: The clinical symptoms of BPH may vary. Generally, BPH is associated with urination disorders and symptoms such as a frequent urge to urinate, increased urinary flow, a weak urinary stream, dripping after urination, pain on urination and even urinary retention. The primary objective of treatment is the removal of the urinary obstruction and the prevention of recurrent urinary tract infections.

SPCs for doctors and pharmacists are available from  evco@pharmaevers.de.

 For risks and side effects, please read the package leaflet and ask your doctor or pharmacist.

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