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Benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH - Definition



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     Benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH - Definition

    Benign prostatic hypertrophy or BPH is swelling of Prostate gland. It is also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia.

    The prostate gland enlarges in all men as age advances. BPH is very common and affects one third of men who are over 50. A person suffering from BPH does not have the increased risk of prostate cancer.

    The famous ayurvedic text Yogaratnakara defines BPH as

    “ NAABHERADHASTHAATSANJAATAHA SANCHAARI YADI VAACHALAHA |
    ASHTEELAAVAD GHANO GRANTHIROODHWAR MAAYATA UNNATAHA || “


    Which means “ Below umbilicus (NAABHI), there is a hard gland which is little bit bulged and changes its place some times and some times stays stationary. This gland is like “Ashteela” (A small stone used to sharpen swords). This gland when affected by vitiated vata causes a disease called “vataashteela” (or benign prostate hypertrophy or benign prostatic hyperplasia)

    BPH Remedy Kit:
    Effectively reduces prostate inflammation and prevents recurrence of inflammation. Eases the flow of urine. Frequency of urination is reduced  


    BPH preventive herbal preparations:
    Effectively reduces prostate inflammation and prevents recurrence of inflammation. Eases the flow of urine. Frequency of urination is reduced

    These preparations effectively prevent inflammation of prostate in men.

     

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