What is Saw palmetto extract?
Saw palmetto fruit (berry) is a large reddish-black drupe and is an important food source for wildlife and historically for humans. It contains constituents such as fatty acids, steroidal saponins, phytosterols, volatile oil, resin, tannins.
The saw palmetto is the sole species currently classified in the genus Serenoa. It has been known by a number of synonyms, including Sabal serrulatum, under which name it still often appears in alternative medicine. It is a small palm, normally reaching a height of around 2–4 m (3–6 ft). Its trunk is sprawling, and it grows in clumps or dense thickets in sandy coastal lands or as undergrowth in pine woods or hardwood hammocks. It is endemic to the southeastern United States, most commonly along the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal plains, but also as far inland as southern Arkansas. It is a hearty plant; extremely slow growing, and long lived, with some plants, especially in Florida, possibly being as old as 500-700 years.
Saw palmetto extract benefits:
1. Saw Palmetto extract can inhibit effectively prostate hyperplasia,cure prostatic hypertrophy.
2. Saw Palmetto extract can cure erectile dysfunction and improve the male sexual function.
3. Saw Palmetto extract has very good effect to cure kidney disease, cystitis, testicular inflammation, bronchitis and loss of appetite.
4. Saw Palmetto extract may promote breast hyperplasia.
How Saw palmetto extract works:
Saw palmetto doesn’t shrink the overall size of the prostate, but it seems to shrink the inner lining that puts pressure on the tubes that carry urine.
Saw palmetto extract Dosage:
For BPH, studies have used a daily intake of 320 milligrams of saw palmetto split into two doses. In other forms -- like tinctures -- the dosing will be different. Get advice from your doctor. It may take four to six weeks for saw palmetto to have an effect.
Saw palmetto extract Precautions:
People who have diseases or health conditions should not use saw palmetto without talking to a doctor first. There is some concern that saw palmetto might interfere with men's PSA (prostate-specific antigen) levels, the test used to screen for prostate cancer. Talk to your doctor about this issue.
Given the lack of evidence about its safety, saw palmetto is not recommended for children or for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
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