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Saw Palmetto Berry Extract
|Place of Origin:||
Shaanxi China (Mainland)
Fatty Acids 25%
|Plant of Origin:||
Men and Women Health/ Kidney Healthy/ Sex stimulation
|Packaging Detail:||1kg/one bag,or 5kg/one bag,or 25kg/drum with double plastic bag and can be customized.|
|Delivery Detail:||5days after payment received|
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Specifications:25%, 30%, 45% Fatty Acids by GC
Name: Saw Palmeto Berry P.E.
Category: Standard Herbal Extract
Effectiveness: Men and Women Health/ Kidney Healthy/ Sex stimulation
Plant of Origin: Serenoa Repens
Appearance: White Powder
Specifications of Product
Content Specifications: 25%, 30%, 45% Fatty Acids by GC
Sources and Habitat
Saw Palmetto (Serenoa Repens): The medicinal parts are the partially dried ripe fruit, the ripe fresh fruit and the ripe dried fruit, The plant is indigenous to the coastal regions of the southern states of the U.S., from South Carolina to Florida and southern California.
Indications and Uses of saw palmeto berry
Anti-Androgenic Effects: The lipophilic extract of the herb inhibits binding of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) to the cytosolic androgenic receptor and alpha1-adrenoceptor in the prostate, thus preventing accumulation of the steroid, which may lead to prostate hyperplasia.
Anti-Inflammatory Effects: The extracts of the herb have demonstrated anti-inflammatory activity. Inhibition of the synthesis of arachidonic acid inflammatory metobolits, throuhg a double blocking of cyclooxygenas and 5-lipoxy-genase pathways results in anti-inflammatory properties
Saw palmetto is an herb that has been shown in clinical studies to have an important role in maintaining a healthy prostate. Saw palmetto (Serenoa repens, sometimes referred to as sabal in Europe) grows naturally in the southeast United States, including Georgia, Mississippi, and particularly Florida. Saw palmetto is not the only herb that has an influence on the prostate gland. Several other herbs and plant compounds that are potentially useful in maintaining a healthy prostate gland including pygeum, stinging nettle, isoflavones such as genisteind daidzein, rye pollen, phytosterols such as beta sitosterol, and carotenoids such as lycopene.
It appears that urinary symptoms resulting from mild-to-moderate prostate enlargement respond more readily to saw palmetto than symptoms due to severe enlargement. It often takes several weeks or months for the effects of saw palmetto and other herbs to be fully appreciated. Saw palmetto and herbs have fewer side effects than drugs used for prostate enlargement but they are not as potent.