Natural remedies for BPH
BPH remedies that are useful
The discussion in this article is about natural remedies for BPH that can be followed very easily by all men..
Benign prostatic hyperplasia is also called BPH. The prostate is a male sex gland. Prostate gland is a firm, partly muscular, partly glandular body that is situated about the base of the mammalian male urethra and secretes an alkaline viscid fluid which is a major constituent of the ejaculatory fluid. BPH or Prostate enlargement is the benign growth of the prostate gland. BPH is a condition in which an overgrowth of prostate tissue pushes against the prostatic urethra and the bladder, blocking the release of urine.
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Natural remedies for BPH that are helpful-
Zinc is advisable in BPH disorders.
People should eat foods which are rich in Vit E like green leafy vegetables.
Drink carrot juice.
Eat tomatoes daily. Lycopene is a bioflavonoid extracted from tomatoes. It reduces dribbling.
Drink plenty of water daily.
Take juice of Purple grapes and Pomegranate.
Spinach juice is beneficial.
Flaxseed oil is often recommended for maintaining prostate health.
Take juice of Amla (Indian gooseberry)
Pumpkin seeds are advisable. These seeds are a rich source of zinc. Researchers show that pumpkin seed oil contains a compound, which helps to slow down the growth of prostate. The oil contains carotenoids.
Soya products are also advisable. Soya based foods help to prevent the growth of capillaries forming around the prostate.
Avoid Caffeine, sodas, fried foods containing hydrogenated oils, alcohol, spicy and acidic foods.
Corn silk soothes and relaxes the lining of the urinary tubules and bladder, relieving irritation, improving urine flow and its elimination from bladder. It is also helpful in giving relief from frequent urination and difficulty in passing urine, symptomatic of BPH conditions.
Saw Palmetto not only blocks the formation of DHT more effectively, as DHT causes cells to over multiply.
For relief of BPH conditions, the herbal compounds formulated containing tonic herbs (also useful for male reproductive system, as a diuretic and also as an antiseptic for the urinary tract) like Tribulus terrestris is useful. Tribulus is also available as a supplement. Also consider using Turmeric as part of a daily diet.
I hope the above natural remedies for BPH including the use of certain herbal supplements will help all men that are trying to address this situation. In many cases one should consult a healthcare adviser.
Dr. Veena Deo is an Ayurvedic Doctor in India. All the information provided and on supplements above and opinions expressed are her own and should not be construed as medical advice. This information is provided for educational purposes only.