The combination of the natural herb d-mannose with a proprietary technology will be used to create a ED pill. It is the first all-natural, oral ED drug that: (1) won the 2014 Health Charts Innovation Breakthrough Award in the category of New Drugs; and (2) will be available through multiple pharmaceutical partners.
\"Oysters are not just a gourmet treat, but also a valuable addition to a healthy diet,\" says Batia. \"They are amphoteric, contain a variety of minerals, and are a source of choline, an essential nutrient for sperm formation and manufacturing sex hormones, including testosterone. I suggest eating them a couple times a week.\"
Rigopoulos et al (2007) conducted a multicenter, double-blind, randomized trial called the Impact of Ovarian Extractions in Women with Early-stage, Nonmetastatic Prostate Cancer Study (IOSPECT). More than 2,500 women were enrolled in the study.
Pursuing these efforts, in a double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 2 trial involving more than 113 patients, Garcez et al (2013) showed that aqueous extract of P. granatum (located high in phenolic compounds) was effective in preventing UTIs in postmenopausal women. However, further studies are needed to generalize these promising results, particularly for long-term prophylaxis and for the development of its use in women with BOO. 7211a4ac4a