Remedy for BPH – enlarged prostate
Benign prostatic hyperplasia or benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) is a medical term for a condition characterised by enlargement of the prostate gland. The condition is very common, since the gland grows througout the most of man’s life, making the the probability of developing BPH higher with age. Researches suggest that up to 50% of men in their sixties, and 90% of men in their eighties suffer from BPH. The symptoms can be very discomforting and painful: from frequent urination and a strong urge to urinate to urinary retention and painful urination. If you are suffering from ths condition, the following herbal remedy can help a great deal.
· Two tablespoons of Shepherd’s Purse
· Two tablespoons of Birch leaves
· Two tablespoons of Coltsfoot leaves
· Two tablespoons of Horsetail leaves
· 2 dl of water
Take equal amounts of herbs, place them in a screw toped glass jar and mix them well. Take one tablespoon of mixture, and store the rest for the later use. Heat the water until it reaches boiling point, and add the herb mixture. Boil for 15 minutes, remove from heat and cover the tea. Strain it immedieately and sweeten with honey. The tea is ready for use. Drink it three times daily before meal. Each time use newely prepared tea.
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