- weak urine flow
- frequent day and night-time urination
- incomplete voiding
- benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)
Medicinal Ingredients (per ml): Uva ursi leaf 24.0 mg, Birch leaf 48.3 mg, Goldenseal root 34.6 mg, Juniper fruit 96.9 mg, White willow bark 48.3 mg, Saw palmetto fruit 333.3 mg, Linden leaf & flower 48.3 mg, Nettle leaf 165.4 mg, Bilberry leaf 212.6 mg, Corn silk stigma & style 48.3 mg
Non-medicinal ingredients: Water, Ethanol, Glycerine, Spearmint flavouring
Help relieve the urologic symptoms associated with mild to moderate benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)
Resulting in better sleep, comfortable urination and increased virility. You don’t need to take them forever. Just until you’re better!
Signs and symptoms of BPH start when the enlarged prostate puts pressure on the urethra and bladder. This can narrow (constrict) or block the urethra, which can cause changes in bladder habits such as the following lower urinary tract symptoms:
• difficulty passing urine
• more frequent urination (called urinary frequency), especially at night
• a strong or sudden urge to urinate (called urinary urgency)
• weak or slow urine stream
• being unable to empty the bladder completely, which can lead to urinary tract infections and bladder stones
• difficulty starting the urine stream (called straining)
• difficulty controlling the bladder (called incontinence), which can cause urine to leak and dribble
What is benign prostatic hyperplasia?
Benign prostatic hyperplasia—also called BPH—is a condition in men in which the prostate gland is enlarged and non-cancerous. By 70 years of age, almost all men will have some prostate enlargement. At normal size, the prostate gland is about the size and shape of a walnut or golf ball.
So how can Prostate Drops™ help?
Our synergistic blend of Traditional Herbal ingredients provides an all-natural, safe and effective formula that goes beyond only concerns for benign prostatic hyperplasia, offering total urological support!
Did You Know?
Benign prostatic hyperplasia affects about 50 percent of men between the ages of 51 and 60 and up to 90 percent of men older than 80. Men with the following factors are more likely to develop benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH):
• age 40 years and older
• family history of benign prostatic hyperplasia
• medical conditions such as obesity, heart and circulatory disease and type 2 diabetes
• lack of physical exercise
• erectile dysfunction
• having extra fat on your abdomen (abdominal obesity)