Saw Palmetto Berries is an herb which is needed in the U.S. today. The average male over age 50 may suffer from a variety of reproductive ailments, such as prostate problems, low back pain, and diminishing sexual vitality—this herb can help in alleviating some, if not all, of these symptoms. Likewise, women who may experience dysmenorrhea, ovarian enlargement and frigidity would do well to see if Saw Palmetto Berries can help them.
This herb is also a diuretic, expectorant, and aphrodisiac. It treats wasting diseases (such as diabetes), impotence, frigidity, dysmenorrhea, ovarian enlargement, sexual neurasthenia, and prostate problems, especially with echinacea. It helps the body build muscles, and is good for colds, asthma, bronchitis and catarrh due to hypofunctioning and coldness in the body.
Saw Palmetto Berries has a diverse use, detoxifying the reproductive system, moving phlegm out of the body, and adding strength or yang energy. It can be taken as a tincture, decoction or extract.
To increase effectiveness of healing of any of the above symptoms, or as a preventative or tonic, one should do their best to maintain a clean diet (no meat, dairy or fried foods), avoid drugs and caffeine. Also it is recommended that one begin a regular practice of either meditation, yoga, tai chi chuan or chi kung. Remember, maintaining moderation in all activities is a key to healthy living.
How To Prevent Prostate Problems: A Complete Guide to the Essentials of Prostate Health
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How to Prevent Prostate Problems defines exactly what the prostate is and how it is vulnerable to such diseases as benign prostatic hyperplasia, cancer, and prostatitis, and then talks about how to prevent, or, if that’s not an option, correctly diagnose and discuss what treatments there are. To illustrate some of the methods available, the author has included case histories of men whose various prostate conditions have been successfully treated in different ways.
About The Author
Dr. David Moshe is Health Director of Wellspring Healing and Movement Arts. Over the past 25 years, he has developed his unique holistic approach to wellbeing combining Chinese medicine, acupuncture, full spectrum bodywork, integrative movement, meditation, dietary guidance, and herbal therapy. Dr. Moshe has a Doctorate in Oriental Medicine, a diploma in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, a BA in psychology, and rabbinic ordination. Dr. Moshe is a national and Florida board certified licensed Acupuncturist, and a fully certified instructor of Tai Chi, Chi Kung, and Yoga. He may be reached at 561-704-0855 to schedule an acupuncture session.