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Prostavar Superbalife

Prostavar Superbalife

There has been controversy surrounding the product Prostavar Superbalife International’s prostate formula. There are many men out there suffering from BPH and other prostate conditions that are looking for anything to help reduce their symptoms. Is this product for real or is it just another scam?

What It Contains

With a combination of herbs, vitamins and minerals and other natural ingredients, this formula is touted to be a “BPH inhibitor”. Men expect to get relief from their BPH symptoms, just from taking Prostavar Superbalife, the company that sells Prostavar, put together several ingredients that supposedly work together to reduce the size of the prostate, help with urination issues and promotes a healthy prostate. Some of the ingredients are:

Saw Palmetto. This fruit derived from a small palm tree in the southeastern U.S. has been used for its medicinal properties for hundreds of years. It is thought to help reduce the size of enlarged prostates, promote healthy libido and overall prostate health.

Pygeum Africanum. Associated with reducing urinary symptoms of BPH, this extract from a bark of a pine tree is prescribed in several European countries for BPH. It is thought to reduce inflammation, thus helping with urination issues.

Beta-Sitosterol. This component is thought to be the most effective natural substance to treat BPH. It is though to reduce the production of dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This hormone is thought to be responsible for the enlargement of the prostate as men get older.

The formula for Prostavar also contains anti-oxidants, as well as vitamins and minerals known to be important in prostate health. Overall, everything that is in Prostavar Rx Superbalife is safe and possibly beneficial to both the immune system and for a healthy prostate.

Benefits of Prostavar

According the website for Prostavar Superbalife International has many satisfied customers for this prostate formula. There are at least a dozen testimonials from men who even list their names and where they live. Some of the benefits that have been claimed are:

No nighttime urination issues to keep them awake
Lower PSA levels
Decreased pain
Increased sexual intimacy

These men seem to have nothing but great things to say about Prostavar Superbalife International seems to have a winner in this formula and it is actually changing these people’s lives, both the men taking it and their spouses as well.

Anyone who has suffered from prostate issues or BPH and has not had relief using the harsh prescription drugs, may want to try Prostavar Rx. Superbalife International offers a 100% money back guarantee on their product so there really is nothing to lose by giving it a try. If it doesn’t work for them, then they are not out anything. If it works, then it is worth every penny to most men that have lived with BPH.

Prostavar is available direct from Superbalife for as cheap as $22.85 per bottle depending on which package you get at or by calling them at 1-800-815-2398.

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