You've probably been told that the plant extracts beta sitosterol and saw palmetto are the most powerful prostate remedies money can buy… and the only things you need to keep your prostate healthy.
Don't misunderstand... both have significant benefits.
But… there’s more to good prostate health than just plant sterols like beta sitosterol and saw palmetto.
And one of these prostate powerhouses is “grass.”
Not the kind of grass growing on your front lawn.
And not medical marijuana, either.
We're talking about rye.
And by that, we don’t mean rye bread – although eating rye bread has been shown in a clinical study, published in the Journal of Urology, to have beneficial effects on the prostate.
Rather, part of the secret to getting maximum support for good prostate health is to take an extract made from the pollen of rye grass.
Clinical studies confirm the huge benefits of rye grass pollen. For instance, in 4 separate clinical trials, a total of 444 men took a rye-grass pollen extract for 12 to 24 weeks.
On average, men who took the extract had a 69% greater improvement in urinary symptoms than participants who were given a placebo.
One of the most common BPH symptoms is “nocturia” – which means you have to get up several times a night to urinate.
A clinical trial with 96 BPH patients found that 68.8% of the men taking rye grass pollen extract had significant improvement in their nocturia.
On the other hand, the guys who just took a placebo had only a 37.2% improvement. Plus, the men in the rye pollen group had significant reduction in prostate swelling.
A study published in the journal Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine of 87 men with age-related prostate concerns found that 75.6% of participants taking a combination of pollen extract and vitamins for a month reported an improvement in the quality of life.
By comparison, those participants who took an over-the-counter anti-inflammatory had only a 41.3% improvement.
Plus, a review of over a dozen studies showed rye grass pollen extract produced a consistent reduction in lower urinary tract symptoms of 75% or greater.
Rye bread is arguably the healthiest bread there is. It has a low glycemic index, so it can be eaten in moderation by people watching their blood sugar. In keeping with that, the rye grass pollen extract gives you many of rye’s incredible health benefits -- only greatly multiplied!
And here’s the little-known key to getting maximum prostate protection from your rye grass pollen extract...
Rye + the “prostate dozen” = optimal prostate health support!
If you let nature take its course without doing something to stop it, BPH or another age-related prostate concern is likely to be in your future!
According to WebMD, “Almost all men will develop some enlargement of the prostate as they age.”
In fact, by age 60, half of all men will have some signs of BPH.
And those symptoms can cause you a lot of woe and misery.
Many men with BPH have to get up several times during the night to pee, which really interferes with their sleep.
For others, urinary difficulties can include: dribbling… inability to fully empty their bladder… difficulty peeing… even an unpleasant burning sensation when trying to go.
Plus, BPH can put a damper on your sex life, especially the ability to get and maintain an erection that stays firm long enough to bring your partner to orgasm.
So when formulating our Prostate Regain solution for supporting prostate health and function, we started with a 252 mg daily dose of rye grass pollen extract, which you won’t find in most other prostate supplements.
For our formula, we chose “Graminex,” which is the finest quality rye grass pollen extract in the world. In a minute, I’ll tell you what makes Graminex superior to any other rye grass pollen extract available today.