Stop Prostatic Enlargement, Infections And Inflammation Using This Plant
Prostatic enlargement is something many men suffer from. Prevent and stop any inflammation and infection using a single plant infusion.
One of the most important glands of the body is the prostate located below the bladder. Its primary function is to secrete an aqueous and transparent substance that nourishes the spermatozoa. Men expel this through ejaculation.Prostatic-enlargement
The size of the prostate depends on other hormones, for example the testosterone that the testicles produce. In fact, if this one diminishes, the size of the prostate diminishes as well.
When men are at an advanced age, after age 50, they experience prostatic enlargement. Moreover, this interferes with a tube called the urethra, causing the bladder expulsion pathways to be smaller. This causes at least 25% of men to have urination problems.
The general symptoms of prostatic enlargement may be: decreasing urine quantity and strength at expulsion, difficulty starting to urinate, and eventually a drip that gives the impression that the bladder is not empty.
Furthermore, there are two cases that affect the prostate: benign prostatic hyperplasia which is inflammation by age and prostatitis which is an infection that can affect at any age.
Natural remedies to prevent and stop prostatic enlargement
Peel 3 cloves of garlic and place them in a glass with warm water. Let them stand overnight and drink the infusion next day.
Take cat claw infusions every day.
In a liter of water boil a handful of mauve leaves for 10 minutes and make baths in the bathtub with the resulting mixture.
Boil 10 grams of horsetail in a liter of water. Drink 3 to 4 cups daily.
Use a handful of crushed sunflower or pumpkin seeds to make infusions.
Boil 20 grams of ash leaves for 10 minutes in a liter of water and drink all day.
Take cherry juice every day.
Prepare infusions of pear tree leaves to stimulate urine fluidity.
With these simple natural remedies you will be able provide the good functioning of the flow of the urine and the diminution of the excessive size of the prostate.