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Prostate RevolutionSaw Palmetto Berry Extract (Serenoa repens), widely studied and used in Europe to support male urinary flow,[1] is standardized in this formula to contain 85-95% free fatty acids and sterols. The extract inhibits 5 alpha- reductase[2] as well as DHT binding to androgen receptors,[3] has anti-estrogenic activity,[4] reduces prolactin- induced prostate enlargement[5] and IGF-1-induced prostate growth,[6] has anti-inflammatory activity,[7] and generally reduces edema.*[8]

Pygeum Africanum Bark Extract (Pygeum africanum), used for approximately 300 years, blocks androgen precursors, reduces prolactin levels, and has a decongesting, or anti-edema, effect. In animal models, Pygeum modulates bladder hypercontractility. The bark extract increases prostatic secretions and improves seminal fluid composition.[9] In 2007, a critical review of this plant’s efficacy examined a detailed series of in vitro and in vivo studies on prostate growth and bladder function. Researchers identified molecular targets of Pygeum africanum extract affecting both growth factor-mediated prostate growth and specific parameters of bladder function.*[10]

Pumpkin Seed Oil Extract (Cucurbita pepo) is naturally rich in phytosterols, antioxidants, and unsaturated fatty acids (55% linoleic acid). A randomized, controlled, double-blind, three-month study (n=53) reported significant improvement in urinary flow, urination time, residual urine, and urinary frequency without any adverse effects.*[11]

Uva-Ursi Extract (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi), derived from the Uva-Ursi leaf, contains 10% of the glycoside, arbutin, beneficial for its anti-microbial and diuretic properties.*[12,13]

Zinc inhibits 5a reductase, the enzyme that converts testosterone to its more potent form, dihydro-testosterone, believed to be most responsible for proliferative changes to the prostate.*[14]

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