Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Rich Pericarp Mangosteen For Prostate Disorders
Nearly one-third of all men over 50 years of age suffer from prostate troubles.(1) The percentage rises to 75% after the age of 80 years of age.(2) Prostate and bladder disorders can lead to numerous other ailments such as arthritis and kidney.
The prostate gland is found only in men. It is reddish brown in appearance and comparable in shape and size to a large chestnut. It measures approximately 3.8 cm in width and 2.5 cm in length and weighs approximately 25 grams.(3) It is situated at the base of the urinary bladder. The gland also plays a major role in sexual activity.
There are various types of prostate disorders. Two of the most common are prostatitis(4) (inflammation of the prostate gland) and hypertrophy(5) (enlargement of the prostate gland). Prostatitis may be acute or chronic. It is a painful and distressing disorder but can be cured with proper treatment without any adverse effects.
In hypertrophy disorder, the enlargement develops so gradually over an extended period of time that it often assumes serious proportions before it is detected.
There are two warning signals to indicate the possibility of prostate disorders. The first is the interference with the passage of urine and the second is the need to void the urine frequently during the night’s sleep. Other symptoms are a dull aching pain in the lower back and pain in the hips, legs, and feet. Prostate enlargement affects the glandular system as a whole. The patient experiences all the symptoms of disturbed health such as lack of energy and physical, mental and nervous disturbances.
In this way, prostate issues do affect total body health. Your glands (also known as your endocrine system) are what produce and transport chemical messengers (mostly steroids) in and around your body.
What Can I Do About Prostate Disorders
In no other disorder or ailment is supplementation so important. Mangosteen supplements are an absolute must have for any glandular disorder and especially for a prostate disorder. The reason being is that mangosteen is full of xanthones, As mentioned above, a common problem with enlarged prostates is that urine does not leave the body properly—it remains trapped, and thus infection sets in. The xanthones in mangosteen may work to combat prostate ailments in three ways.
First: the antibiotic properties of the mangosteen may work to reduce and eventually eliminate infections from trapped urine.
Second: the anti-inflammatory properties may work to shrink the enlarged gland. Imagine, instead of spending hundreds of dollars on a product that simply treats the symptoms of a disorder you can spend a few dollars on something that may treat the cause of your ailment!
Finally: the powerful xanthones in Mangosteen may provide total body support so that you can heal quicker while reducing the risk of opportunistic infection.
Natural Home Cures Rich Pericarp Mangosteen is processed by freeze-drying immediately after harvesting. This preserves the potency of the beneficial nutrients. Powdered and encapsulated, it arrives at your doorstep virtually as fresh and as potent as though it were just picked off the Mangosteen tree.
Mangosteen capsules are now much preferred over the juice option. Not only do they retain the fruit's 100% natural organic status but they are also easier to transport.
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(1) Medicine Net - Prostate Disorders
(2) Medscape - Prostate Cancer In Older Men
(3) Masters Men's Clinic - Prostate
(4) WebMD - Prostatitis
(5) Test 5 Wikipedia - Hypertrophy
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- "Dietary patterns, supplement use, and the risk of symptomatic benign prostatic hyperplasia: results from the prostate cancer prevention trial". Am. J. Epidemiol.
- "Vasectomy and Cancer Risk". National Cancer Institute. 2003-06-24.