Prunus africana

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Prunus africana

(proon'us af?ri-kan'us, -kan', kahn') [L. prunus africana, African plum tree]
A slow-growing evergreen tree native to the highlands of sub-Saharan Africa from whose bark the herbal remedy pygeum is derived. Synonym: African plum; Pygeum africanum See: pygeum
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Request TOC of this Report- https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=T&rep_id=1286 Pygeum bark extract is extracted from Pygeum africanum an African cherry tree, which is an evergreen tree found at higher altitudes across Africa.
Pygeum africanum is a plum tree in tropical Africa, and an extract derived from this tree has been widely used in Central and Eastern Europe for decades.
africana" OR "African cherry" OR "Pygeum africanum" AND "Prostate cancer" OR "Distribution" OR "Phytochemicals") OR ("Phytochemicals in P.
Lastly, pygeum (Pygeum africanum) extract helps suppress prostaglandin production in the prostate and supports healthy urination patterns, while Graminex Flower Pollen Extract, a European pollen extract, helps relax the smooth muscles of the urethra and helps regulate inflammatory reactions.
A scientifically formulated Men's Health supplement that supports proper prostate function by providing nutrients (like Beta-Sitosterol, Lycopene, Pygeum Africanum, zinc and selenium*) used by the prostate to regulate itself.
The ADL value ranged from 7.16 to 24.7, with the highest being recorded for Pygeum africanum and the lowest value in Maytenus arbutifolia.
A well-parametered study on the use of a specific combination containing saw palmetto and other natural ingredients was recently reported in the literature as "Effect of Saw Palmetto Soft Gel Capsule on Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms Associated with Benign Prosthetic Hyperplasia (BPH): A Randomized Trial in Shanghai, China" on a prostate formula that contains the following ingredients: vitamin E 70 IU; vitamin B6 10 mg; zinc (as zinc arginate) 5 mg; selenium (as selenium methionine) 35 mcg; copper gluconate 0.5 mg; and a proprietary combination of pumpkin seed containing 50% fatty acids, nettles containing 0.8% sterols, saw palmetto 45% fatty acids, lycopene 5%, and Pygeum africanum bark 2.5% sterols, totaling 460 mg.
If patients are interested in complementary approaches (phytotherapeutic or other supplements) for LUTS secondary to BPH, they may be counselled that some plant extracts, such as Serenoa repens (saw palmetto berry extract) and Pygeum africanum (African Plum), have shown some efficacy in several small clinical series.