Do you find yourself waking up several times each night to go to the bathroom? Have the sensation you need to go frequently? These are signs of an enlarged prostate—a condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). It’s something three million men are diagnosed with each year.
A clinically-studied formulation, 12Day Prostate Health for Men is designed as an all-natural BPH treatment. It contains the active ingredient Oenothein B+ (patent pending), extracted from Epilobium plants. Not only is this an effective reductase inhibitor and hormone balancing agent, it reduces inflammation and has anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and antioxidant properties.
When taken regularly, 12Day Prostate Health for Men helps soothe prostate inflammation, returning normal urinary tendencies in men. The result is an effective prostate enlargement treatment that helps control frequent urination or urinary incontinence.
Is Epilobium Safe?
Because it’s an all-natural enlarged prostate treatment, you don’t have to worry about conflicts with other prescriptions or unwanted side effects. It’s 100% safe! In as little as 30 days, many men experience fewer nighttime trips to the bathroom and healthier urination habits. Scientific evaluation of Epilobium also shows its ability to effectively fight inflammation, resulting in a measurable reduction in prostate size.
12Day Prostate Health for Men is available in several forms, including drops, spray and capsules—all for oral administration. Each product should be taken with food.
- Drops: 30 drops daily under the tongue or in water prior to last meal of the day.
- Spray: 7 sprays prior to last meal of the day
- Capsules: 1 capsule with your last meal of the day.
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Prostate & BPH
Men tend to experience incontinence less often than women, and the structure of the male urinary tract accounts for this difference. It is common with prostate cancer treatments. Both women and men can become incontinent from neurologic injury, congenital defects, strokes, multiple sclerosis and physical problems associated with aging.
While urinary incontinence affects older men more often than younger men, the onset of incontinence can happen at any age. One in five adults over 40 are affected by Over Active Bladder (OAB) or recurrent symptoms of urgency and frequency, a portion of whom don’t reach the toilet before losing urine. OAB is typically caused by spasms of the muscles of the bladder, resulting in an urge to urinate (hence, urge incontinence).
Enlarged prostate is the most common cause of incontinence in men after the age of 40; sometimes prostate cancer may also be associated with urinary incontinence. Moreover, drugs or radiation used to treat prostate cancer can also cause incontinence.
Used in folk medicine for centuries, Epilobium has been “rediscovered” by Western cultures in recent years as a natural support for prostate and urinary tract health. Certain species have been identified as particularly beneficial in inhibiting the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase [Lesuisse, 1996] and serving as an anti-inflammatory inhibitor [Juan et al 1988].
In 2016, A study “Therapeutic Potential of Polyphenols from Epilobium angustifolium (fireweed), that addresses the use of Epilobium – specifically the active ingredient Oenothein B which is Patent Pending for use in treating the symptoms associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
12Day Prostate with Oeb+ which is patent pending promotes prostate health, supports normal urination frequency and supports normal prostate size.
Unsolicited Nutrition Dome Testimonial: “This product has significantly improved the prostate health and urgency in urination issues of my father who is suffering from cancer of the lung and brain. Prior to using it, it was impossible for him to rest for more than an hour at a time due to the urgency issues. I cannot tell you how grateful we are for your product!! Kathleen Cowden”
The following article on Epilobium was written by L. Stephen Coles, M.D., Ph.D.:
Prostate enlargement, also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), is one of the leading health concerns of men today and affects about half of all men in their lifetime to one degree or another. A healthy, normal-sized human prostate gland is slightly larger than a walnut. However, it is situated in such a way that it completely surrounds the urethra (the flexible tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside world). Because of the unusual location of this gland, as it enlarges, it can squeeze down on the urethra, making urination difficult and the flow intermittent. This may result in a sense of urgency, but only a slight trickle of urine may actually stream out. So, the need for urination becomes more frequent, and one has to wake up more often in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom. Sooner or later, this constriction will not only impede the flow of urine, it will completely block it due to “strangulation,” inflicting serious abdominal pain as the bladder expands to its upper limit.
Men’s prostate concerns also raise serious questions about how to help this condition. As a medical doctor with a focus on complementary and alternative medicine, I have come to the firm conclusion that, unless the condition is life-threatening, men are far better off using a nutritional or herbal approach to prostate health—and I recently was made aware of a new men’s health herb that I want to introduce you to. It is called Epilobium. It’s important for you to know about Epilobium, even if you are now using saw palmetto, and particularly if your doctor is telling you to go on medical drugs and your condition is not in any way life-threatening. That’s partly because I have become quite concerned over the side effects of many of the drugs that patients are being prescribed today. Among the most popular prescription drugs for the treatment of BPH are Flomax (Tamsulosin) and Proscar (finasteride).
SIDE EFFECTS OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
Controlled clinical trials of Proscar have revealed side effects in a large number of men. In the Proscar Long-Term Efficacy and Safety Study (PLESS) — a four-year controlled clinical trial — 3,040 male patients between the ages of 45 and 78 with symptomatic BPH and an enlarged prostate were evaluated for safety over a period of four years. In the first year alone, up to 18 percent of men on the drug suffered impotence, decreased libido and decreased semen volume. In another study, there were four cases of breast cancer in men treated with Proscar but none among those men not using the drug. Additional studies have confirmed these serious side effects. No wonder, women are further advised to not even touch the drug if there is any chance what so ever they will become pregnant as it may cause genital deformity in unborn male babies.Shop Men’s Prostate Health Supplements