Discovery of Clean Prostate Treatment
This page explains how Clean Prostate treatment was discovered for relief from the symptoms of
prostate cancer, prostatitis, and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH).
This page also has a link to prostate cancer, where prostate cancer
and other cancers are examined.
Have you been told by
a health care practitioner that you have prostate cancer,
prostatitis (infection in the prostate), Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH),
or an enlarged prostate?
Do you have to urinate frequently at night or have other problems with urination?
I found a simple remedy for the symptoms of all these prostate disorders.
After years of suffering with prostate disorders that included an enlarged prostate (BPH),
I finally decided to try a prostate herbal remedy.
Through careful research, I chose a formula that contained extracts of Saw Palmetto berries,
Pygeum Africanum, Nettle Root, Hydrangea Root and Pumpkin Seed Oil.
The extract is, of course, concentrated. That is important.
(There are cheaper versions that contain only the crushed herbs.)
New research now indicates that the common ingredient in all those prostate herbal remedies is
Beta-Sitosterol. My choice of prostate herbal remedy also contains Beta-Sitosterol.
Anyway, I took 2 capsules 4 times a day for exactly one month. And I also began to take Sitz baths
twice a day to promote relaxation and to improve the circulation in my groin.
Each time I noticed debris in the bath and wondered what it was and where it was coming from.
To be certain, I wore a condom during one of the baths.
Sure enough...the debris was coming from my penis.
After 5 days of fine debris and some fat-like discharges,
I passed a large and intact scab-like piece that shocked me.
I saved it and the following day I passed another similar piece. I was onto something here!
My prostate health was at risk. I then decided to increase the baths to 4 per day
and to save the debris from each bath so that I would have a record of my prostate drainage.
This web site was born because of that decision.
After much experimentation with the number of baths per day and an analysis of my drainage results
I have concluded that the prostate debris will be cleared out only when
a particular part of the prostate is ready to be cleansed.
Therefore one bath a day should suffice to clean that part of the prostate that is ready to be cleaned.