Prostarin Overall Review: 3 out of 5.

Prostarin aims to help men who are having prostate problems – or for men who are looking for a supplement to serve as a preventative measure. Prostate cancer and enlarged prostates can affect men of any age, especially men in their 50s and 60s.

They set out to help by including Saw Palmetto as the main ingredient in their formula. The berries of this versatile plant contain Beta Sitosterol, easily one of the most common herbal treatments for prostate problems. Many herbalists worldwide swear by Beta Sitosterol for easing problems like nighttime urination – a condition in which men wake up during normal sleep times to use the bathroom. This can happen multiple times a night and can make life very difficult. Beta Sitosterol also may help regulate the flow of urine, as many men with enlarged prostates can face a problem with stop-start urination.

Saw Palmetto is also found in other formulas that address different aspects of men’s health. It is commonly found in formulas to treat erectile dysfunction and low libido – as well as in many shampoos and tonics meant to treat male pattern baldness and hair loss.

Zinc is also found in Prostarin. This mineral is thought to help the production of semen, making better-quality semen as well as creating more of it. The prostate itself contains a large deposit of zinc, which is why many men turn to zinc supplements to keep it at a functioning level.

Users are directed to take one pill two times a day, preferably in the morning and at night – with a full glass of water.

Prostarin Benefits:

– may help regulate urination
– contains zinc, which is an important mineral

Prostarin Negatives:

– short ingredient list
– requires some dedication

Prostarin Ingredients:

– Saw Palmetto
– Zinc
– Vitamin A
– Vitamin E
– Garlic
– Bee Pollen
– Pygeum Africanum

Clinical Studies: 
None

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