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What are different home remedies for Prostate Disorders? – Part 2

What is a Prostate?

• The prostate is a small gland, usually described as “walnut-sized,” that, together with the seminal vesicles.
• They are the ones which produce the fluid part of semen.
• It is located just below the bladder.
• It surrounds the urethra, the tube through which urine passes through the penis.

Symptoms of Prostrate Disorders

• Prostrate disorders
• Difficulty or pain while urinating
• Burning sensation while urinating
• Pelvic pain
• Prostrate disorders
• Abdominal pain
• “Dribbling” or incontinence
• Impotence
• A feeling that your bladder never fully empties
• A sudden inability to urinate
• Urinary tract infection
• Hematuria and/or anemia
• Nocturia

Home Remedies for Prostrate Disorders

1. Cornus
• Cornus is an herbal treatment that is used to stop prostrate disorders.
• This is done by strengthening the kidneys.
• This herb helps with problems like incontinence, excessive sweating and a large volume of prostrate disorders.
• The fruit of the plant is used in this treatment.
• This comes in the form of capsule.
• This can also be taken as a tea or as a tablet.

2. Dodder
• Dodder is a kidney herb.
• It is used for treating prostrate disorders and kidney problems.
• The seed of the plant is used to create the capsules, tea or tablets.
• These are used in treating prostrate disorders.
• Drink one to two cups a day when taking in the form of tea.

3. Valerian
• Valerian is used to treat urinary tract infection.
• This herb relaxes the muscles and stop muscle spasms which causes prostrate disorders.
Herbs which can help alleviate stress and anxiety in children are:
– Lemon Balm
– Horsetail
– Zea Mays
– Corn silk
Certain herbs are effective in treating prostrate disorders like:
– Causticum
– Pulsatilla
– Ursi
– Corn silk
– Lycopodium

Dietary recommendations for patients suffering from Prostrate Disorders

• After the short juice fast, the patient should adopt an all¬ fruit diet for three days.
• Include fruits like apple, pear, orange, grape-fruit, grapes, sweet lime, mango, melon and all other juicy fruits.
• This will help to clear toxins from the body.
• These will also enable excess fat to be reduced to some extent.
• The exclusive fruit diet should be followed by a restricted diet.
• The restricted diet comprises of two meals of fruits and one of cooked vegetables.
• This diet should be taken for further seven days.
• The vegetable meal should be taken in the evening and could consist of all kinds of cooked vegetables, preferably steam cooked.
• The short juice fast, followed by an all-fruit diet and a further period on fruits and vegetables may be repeated after two or three months.
• Pumpkin seeds have been found to be an effective home remedy for prostate problems.
• These seeds are rich in unsaturated fatty acids.
• These are essential to the health of the prostate.
• The use of zinc has been found valuable in several cases of prostate disorders.
• About 30 mg. of this mineral should be taken daily in the treatment of these diseases.

Some of the foods that can help prevent prostrate disorders are:
• Squash
• Cherries
• Blueberries
• Cranberries
• Brown rice
• Bananas
• Barley
• Potatoes
Foods that should be avoided:
• Caffeinated foods and beverages like chocolate, coffee, tea and aerated drinks
• Spicy food
• Beans
• Spinach
• Strawberries
• Nuts
• Rhubarb
• Beets
• Red meat
• Vinegar
• Fermented food
• Baked products

The patient should avoid:
• Sexual excess
• Irregularities in eating and drinking
• Long periods of sitting
• Vigorous exercise
• One should guard against constipation
• Take plenty of fruits, bran and nuts to avoid constipation.


Dr. Patrick Walsh’s Guide to Surviving Prostate Cancer Dr. Katz’s Guide to Prostate Health Managing and Preventing Prostate Disorders

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