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Use of Saw Palmetto and Pygeum in Men

Author(s):  Weise Gill Sr

Issue:  Mar/Apr 1999 - Compounding for Men's Health
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Abstract:  Saw palmetto has been used historically to treat prostate hypertrophy, and it is used today in compounding. It should be purchased only from a reputable vendor. The author discusses compounding saw palmetto, dosing of capsules, indications, conditions, what pharmacists can incorporate in practice, mode of action and pygeum.

Related Keywords: prostate enlargement, zinc, pyogeum, testosterone, dihydrotestosterone


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