ProstaLobium Plus

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Thousands of men are affected by an enlarged prostate due to benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) and are reluctant to discuss this uncomfortable subject. Are you one of them? The prostate grows to its normal size, which is about as big as a walnut, when a young man reaches puberty. From 50 years of age a prostate will either shrink (progressive atrophy) or enlarge (nodular hyperplasia). Most men are totally unaware of the presence of the prostate unless it causes trouble and grows to an excessive size (adenoma).The prostate gland is situated in a confined space and, as it grows, it applies increasing pressure to the urethra, which may create changes in usual urinary habits. If you are experiencing some or all of the following symptoms, have your condition correctly diagnosed by a medical practitioner:more frequent urination during the nightthe nagging need to urinateirregular, intermittent, difficult &/or weak urine flowpersistent, embarrassing dribblesa bladder that never feels completely empty.Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.Easy-to-swallow capsules.100% vegetable capsule shell.Two tamper-evident layers.Free from preservatives, artificial colours, caffeine, yeast, gluten, sugars, alcohol and lactose.

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Saw palmetto may help relieve symptoms of medically diagnosed benign prostatic hypertrophy (benign enlargement of the prostate) such as difficult and irregular urination.Epilobium has been traditionally used in herbal medicine to help maintain normal prostate and urinary tract function.Epilobium has traditionally shown anti-phlogistic, anti-inflammatory and anti-exudative actions.

Ingredients & Excipients

Active Ingredients: Each capsule contains extracts equivalent to dried Epilobium parviflorum herb 500 mg and Serenoa repens fruit 800 mg.


Adults only: take two capsules twice daily – 1/2 hour before breakfast and before the evening meal.For best results take for at least 3 months.

Storage Conditions

Precautions:Use only as directed and always read the label.If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare practitioner.