Epi-PROSTALEAN

Ingredients-content: 60 capsules. Recommended daily dosage: 2 capsules

Vegetable capsules, No preservative additives
vegan and vegetarian friendly

Epi-Prosta Lean
Epi-Prosta Lean

Ingredients:

 1. Pumpkin seed (Cucurbita maxima), 2. Pygeum (Pygeum africanum), 3. sp-Medis


The combinationof pumpkin seed and pygeum and Medis has a symbiotic effect. Our ingredient ensures bioavailability and provides a quick and effective action.
Recommended by therapists to men over 40 with frequent urination /prostate distress. 


EPI-PROSTALEAN
Good for benign enlargement of prostate gland, prostatitis and bowel inflammation.
Pumpkin seed - Pygeum - Medis
Pumkin seed contains a glycoside (cucurbitin), phytosterols in free or bound form, tocopherols, carotenoids (lutein and beta carotene), squalene and minerals (including selenium, zinc, calcium, copper, iron, manganese, phosphorus and potassium). In addition, up to 50% fat oil (composed mainly of fatty acids palmitic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid and linolenic acid) and proteins.
Pygeum Africanum contains various chemical substances that have a mild anti-inflammatory effect. Pygeum africanum also contains fatty acid derivatives that can prevent cholesterol from developing prostate size. Additionally, laboratory tests show that Pygeum africanum can reduce prostate cells or the ability of cancer cells to divide into new cells.
In animal studies, Pygeum africanum has increased the sperm activity and number, which could be a possible cause of male infertility. Some unconfirmed reports seem to indicate that it may also have a moderate effect on stimulating hair growth. Historically, it has also been used to treat urinary tract problems

EPI-PROSTALEAN CONTAINS THESE HERBS/PLANTS AND THE SUPPLEMENTS IS HARVESTED FROM:

Pygeum Pygei africani cortex: The bark of the pygeum tree. Pumpkin Cucurbitae peponis semen: pumpkin seeds. The dried pumpkin seeds consist of ripe, dried seeds of the species Cucurbita Pepo and cultivated varieties of this species. Seed for medicinal use (Semen cucurbitae cv. Peponis medicinalis) comes mainly from a cultivation of pumpkin grown in Southeast Europe.