Saw palmetto is a native plant found in the southeastern United States, and its primary active ingredients are fatty acid compounds. Other active constituents found in saw palmetto include carotenes, tannins, polyphenolic compounds and phytosterols. Current uses of saw palmetto include reducing inflammation, protecting the prostate from cancer cell development, as well as enhancing urine production.

Through national television and print media advertising, you are probably aware that this herb can help promote prostate health. However, studies have provided evidence that supplementing with saw palmetto can also help enhance the prevalence of certain types of testosterone in both sexes. In both men and women, testosterone plays a vital role in supporting libido, or sex drive, as well as monitoring the growth and health of your muscular system. Testosterone is manufactured by your pituitary gland as well as your hypothalamus.

Initial evidence finds that when you consume saw palmetto it immediately begins working to inhibit the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. This conversion process can be reduced by as much as 40 percent. In other words, saw palmetto can have a direct and positive impact on male sex hormones since there is an effective increase in testosterone levels.

Subsequently, the improvement of serum and tissue levels of testosterone in men and women can help bring about outstanding, exciting and positive changes directed at maintaining a more youthful physical and mental state.

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