Serenoa, rich in fatty acids and phytosterols, contributes to the functionality of the prostate and urinary tract. Various researches have been carried out on fruit extracts which show that Serenoa repens is very rich in fatty acids and phytosterols.
The active principles of the plant are able to stimulate estrogen receptors at the prostatic level and to inhibit progestin receptors; the effects produced are antiestrogenic and antiandrogenic, as the Serenoa active block the enzyme 5-alpha reductase; in this way the binding of dihydrotestosterone to the androgen receptor is inhibited.
Like Serenoa repens, the root of Nettle is also useful for prostate function, while Cranberry extract, titrated in Prostanox® 80% in type A proanthocyanidins, is known to promote urinary tract function.
Equipped with multiple properties, the Berberis is a plant belonging to the family of berberidacee, titrated to 98% in Berberine, it is particularly useful to promote the regularity of intestinal transit. Curcuma longa, titrated in curcuminoids, is a natural substance known in the phytotherapeutic tradition for its antioxidant activity, in particular if associated with Piperina, a substance known for its ability to increase its bioavailability.
Piperine is the alkaloid characteristic of black pepper, which contains it in concentrations varying from five to eight percent by weight.
Prostanox® also contains Magnesium bisglycinate and Boswellia. Magnesium bisglycinate is a highly bioavailable form of this fundamental mineral that covers many roles in our organism; in particular, Magnesium contributes to normal muscle function. The formulation of Prostanox is completed by Boswellia, which performs an action of contrasting states of localized tension.
* Note Values calculated on a single administration