Prostatitis Treatment With Natural, Safe Options

Prostatitis is an infection or chronic inflammation of the prostate gland. When infected, the prostate becomes inflamed and tender and the man has difficulty producing a constant flow of urine.

Causes can include infection, food allergies, dehydration or prostate enlargement that contributes to the infection.

Enlarged Prostate Symptoms

Prostatitis Symptoms include difficult or painful urination. The infection produces other symptoms that include fever, chills, pain in the lower back and bloody urine.

The biggest danger is that it will become chronic in which the bladder cannot empty itself. This constant urine retention can cause an infection or kidney disorders.

Enlarged Prostate Treatment

If Prostatis is caused by an infection, an antibiotic will help. In some cases the bacteria will be hidden in the prostate and not be killed by the antibiotic. Once the person stops taking the medicine the infection will usually come back.

Pumpkin seeds are a traditional remedy for prostate problems. They are full of zinc which is necessary for good prostate health. Flaxseed and fish oil are high in essential fatty acids, which are known for their anti-inflammatory action.

Drinking green tea promotes healthy detoxification which helps flush waste out of the prostate. The prostate is highly sensitive to environmental and dietary toxins. You should do a 1 to 2 day juice fast.

Oregano Oil has powerful antifungal, anatibacterial and antiviral effects. Saw Palmetto reduces the prostate enlargement that often underlies chronic prostatitis.

Drink a glass of water every 2 hours to keep fluid moving through the urinary tract.

Prostate Health Supplement

About a year ago we discovered a special prostate health supplement that contains natural herbs, vitamins, mineral and other nutrients for prostatitis treatment as well as preventing prostate problems and promoting general wellness.

Take a look at this specialty supplement if you're considering natural prostate health alternatives.


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