Treatment and relief of an enlarged prostate gland

Medifort Prostamax helping treat enlarged prostate gland

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is a troubling condition that results in an enlarged prostate gland. It affects more men the older they are. The statistics are surprising; 1 in 9 men over 40 years old have BPH and over half of all 60 year old men have BPH.

Many men with mild symptoms do nothing about it for a long time until the symptoms start affecting quality of life. This is not the right way to do it. The old saying “prevention is better than cure” is very true here. Those who start on Prostamax as soon as they suspect something is wrong respond much faster than those who wait until they are almost forced to do something about it and are really suffering.

If you visit Boots, Holland and Barrett or other high street outlets, you can buy a variety of products that claim to relieve the symptoms of an enlarged prostate gland. Most of these products are based on saw palmetto or other plants and seeds such as pumpkin seeds.

The reason that saw palmetto and other plants and seeds can help is that they all contain a small amount of a compound called beta sitosterol. This naturally occurring compound was identified about 25 years ago by Dr Roger Mason in the USA as helping to shrink enlarged prostate glands. This means that quality of life for the sufferer is dramatically improved with less visits to the toilet and a return to normal bladder function.

Medifort Prostamax is made under licence to the same formula as the product launched in the USA by Dr Mason. It is pure beta sitosterol and other plant sterols extracted from the soy plant mixed to give the optimum effect, and has  additional compounds known to have beneficial effects on the prostate gland.

Medifort were the first company in the UK to market this remedy for an enlarged prostate gland and have thousands of satisfied customers, many of whom have been with us over ten years.

Medifort Prostamax – the original and best treatment for an enlarged prostate gland.

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