Saw palmetto is a plant that grows like a jagged shape. It grows mainly on the southeast coast of North America. Its fruit is traditional Indian food. It is currently the most common male nutritional supplement in Germany and Europe. Germans have found that fatty acids extracted from saw palmetto can effectively inhibit DHT (Dihydrotestosterone), which can help improve prostate-related problems and male baldness in middle-aged men.
What is Saw palmetto?
Saw palmetto is a kind of herb that grows like a jagged shape (English name: Saw palmetto P.E.), also known as saw palm leaf or saw palmetto, is a palm shrub plant that usually grows in the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf Coast of the southeastern United States. Indians can trace their fruit to centuries ago until the Germans found that the extract of saw palmetto fruit has considerable benefits in maintaining male prostate health, and is now commonly used in Europe and the United States for nutritional health care. In the food, and won the name of “plant catheter.” Since the extract of saw palmetto fruit has an inhibitory effect on DHT (dihydrotestosterone), and DHT is a substance that causes hair follicle atrophy, the extract of saw palmetto is used to treat male hormones (androgenetic). The male baldness caused by it also has a significant effect.
Prostate hypertrophy (BPH)
According to statistics, about 40-50% of men in their 50s have a hypertrophy of the prostate. As the age increases, the attack rate increases, with an average of 80-90% of the 70s and 80s. Men have this phenomenon.
- Applicable ethnic groups: male adults
- Especially recommended for ages 45 and above:
- Frequent urination, urinary drip
- Hope to have a good quality of sleep and a healthy life
- Office workers who want to get rid of the middle-age crisis and maintain good health and physical strength