Description of Prostatidil New Formula
Prostate cancer and prostate BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia) are caused by a chronic inflammation. Inflammation is caused by accumulation of free radicals, and free radicals are mainly created by an incomplete metabolism of toxins.
Toxins can be released by a bacterial infection, but usually by toxins in our food. That’s the reason why this inflammation has to be treated effective in an early stage and the free radicals have to be neutralised.
It is therefore obvious that L-glutathione, our main antioxidant for free radicals, is one of the first parameters which is disturbed by chronic inflammation. A lower concentration of antioxidants is then determined in serum as well as sperm, including obviously the serum and urine levels of glutathione and also vitamin E. Mutations of the gene that produces glutathione, glutathione S-transferase, already occur in an early stage in the development of prostate cancer. Both Vitamin E and glutathione can function as a bio marker for chronic prostatitis and the lower it is, the greater the risk for prostate cancer and metastases.
A number of natural substances, like quercetin, have a positive influence on prostatitis and are well-documented. Quercetin is a flavonoid that clearly suppresses the expression of certain oncogenes as well as the number of genes that affects cell division. Quercetin suppresses e.g. the expression and function of the androgene receptor in prostate cancer cells.
There is also a magnesium deficiency in many diseases including chronic prostatitis. A lower concentration of magnesium in sperm is even an indicator of chronic prostatitis, and thus an important marker, and can be repaired through supplementation. The protective potential of curcuma in prostate cancer and chronic prostatitis is already known. It adjusts the inflammatory response through inhibition of proinflammatory mediators and the NF-KB signal pathway.
M.S.M. and the extracts of Filipendula ulmaria (meadowsweet), with the active substance of salicylic acid, are already known for their anti-inflammatory activities.
Also Zingiber (ginger) and Urtica dioica (Stinging nettle) have a proven positive impact on prostatitis and some studies show that they significantly improve the symptoms of BPH.
There are reliable studies that demonstrate the synergetic effect between these various substances such as a study with Urtica dioica, quercetin and curcumin in patients with bacterial prostatitis. Vitamin D appears to have an effect on the prostate growth and inflammation through stimulation of the vitamin D receptor.
Wine polyphenols such as resveratrol protect the genetic material and have an effect of angiogenesis inhibitors and protect in this way against metastases in possible present tumours.
Origanum vulgare has a antifungal, antibacterial and antiviral action. These scientific findings are found by many studies (see references).
Antioxidants in chronic prostatitis