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Supreme Botanical Solution for Prostatitis & Prostate Pain Relief

Masturbation Urban Myths
Masturbation will make you go blind. Masturbation will proliferate hair growth on your palms. Masturbation will even make you less sexually active and induce premature ejaculation. Two of these statements are false: masturbation will not make you blind, nor will masturbation lead to hair growth on your palms. The act does, however, leave a man more prone to suffer from premature ejaculation, loss in libido, and Prostatits, an inflammation of the prostate.

How Prostatitis Affected Your Sex Life:

Unable to sustain firm erection due to pain
Pain in the area between the scrotum and rectum (perineum)
Pain or discomfort of the penis or testicles
Painful ejaculations
Flu-like symptoms (with bacterial prostatitis)
Lower back, Pelvic & Prostate Pain
Frequent and painful urination
Weak stream when urinating

How Your Prostate Grows
Excessive sexual stimulation, masturbation, and ejaculation often lead to an overproduction of various androgen hormones that causes the sex organs to fatigue. Fatigued organs and proliferated androgen hormones will produce harmful metabolites that will remain in the body for a long period of time.

Androgen hormonal imbalances produce high levels of DHT and the inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E-2, both of which trigger the release of collagen that hardens and enlarges an inflamed prostate. A swollen prostate and urethral duct, along with high levels of prostaglandin E-2, will cause urination problems after ejaculation, making going to the restroom a slow and painful process.

Herbs to The Rescue

Healing herbs in this solution contains herbs with 5-LO inhibitors (24 phytonutrient inhibitors).



Cimicifuga (also known as Black Cohosh) inhibits the action of the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase, which converts testosterone into DHT. Testosterone to DHT conversion is one of the main contributing factors to prostate problems. Currently, German researchers are working with animal models in an attempt to identify all the mechanisms on how Cimicifuga inhibition of 5alpha-reductase in the rat prostate occurs. [1]

Urtica Dioica extracts (commonly known as Nettle) contain various phytochemicals that are known for their anti-inflammatory effects on the prostate. Urtica Dioica extracts have demonstrated particular clinical benefits when used in conjunction with Saw Palmetto. Nettle root contains chemicals that may prevent or delay the growth of prostate cancer cells by interfering with enzymes involved in hormone conversion.

Paeonia lactiflora (White Peony) and Selenium are probiotic trace nutrients critical to tissue detoxification and long-term prostate health.

Chinese Smilax Rhizome (Smilax Glabra Rhizoma), Pygeum extract, Honeysuckle Flower (Lonicera Flower), Eclipta, Pumpkin Seed extract, and Quercetin taken with Saw Palmetto all improve urine flow, reduce inflammation, and interrupt the triggering of prostate cell multiplication by testosterone and DHT.

Continued use from these healing herbs together can help rejuvenate your neuro-endocrine function to restore back your erectile disorders, reduce inflammatory responses involved in prostatitis, and boost your prostaglandin E-1, prostaglandin E-3, and nitric oxide production for firmer erection and prostate wellness.

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