Properties of the components

Ingredients per 1 capsule
Stinging nettle root 175 mg
Saw palmetto fruit 50 mg
Pumpkin seeds 50 mg
Zinc 5 mg
Vitamin E 4 mg
Beta-carotene 2.5 mg


Stinging nettle root

  • In medicine, infusion of the rhizome with the roots take in as a means of normalizing the function of the prostate
  • Nettle increases the tone of the respiratory center and cardiovascular system
  • As a styptic is used for lung, kidney, intestine, bleeding hemorrhoids
  • As antidiabetic (includes secretin, which stimulates the production of insulin) - diabetes
  • As an expectorant in pulmonary tuberculosis, upper respiratory tract diseases
  • It is also used in:
    • atherosclerosis
    • holecystitis
    • peptic ulcer and 12 duodenal ulcer
    • acute and chronic enterocolitis with urolithiasis
    • nephritis
    • anemia
    • epilepsy
    • hysteria
    • paralysis
    • acute articular rheumatism
    • gout
    • skin diseases (furunculosis,herpes, acne , vitiligo)
    • osteomyelitis
    • for the treatment of non-healing wounds and ulcers

Saw palmetto fruit

  • Saw palmetto grows only on  the southern coast of  the USA. In earlier times its unique properties were known to  Indian tribes that grew this plant and used it to enhance male sexual strength. Nowadays saw palmetto fruit is a  popular source for herbal drugs that are used for treatment of diseases of the prostate
  • For medical purposes use ripe fruit
  • The active principle are steroidal components plants, which have a tonic effect on male reproductive sphere
  • Inhibit hyperplasia of the prostate
  • Normalize testicular function
  • Enhance spermatogenesis
  • Prevent the development of impotence
  • Palmetto  rich in fatty acids and phytosterols
  • In medicine, palmetto is used as a diuretic, anti-inflammatory and general restorative for the treatment of diseases of the prostate, bladder, and impotence. It goes well with the preparations of zinc and selenium

Pumpkin seeds

  • Pumpkin is popularly styled as “pharmacy in miniature”. And it is not surprising as  pumpkin seeds contain almost all elements from Mendeleev’s table and the ultimate amount of  vitamins and amino acids
  • Pumpkin seeds are particularly rich in zinc
  • Pumpkin normalizes the synthesis of testosterone and is able to prevent and cure diseases of male profile
  • With the purpose of treatment using mature seeds, which contain protein, polyunsaturated fatty acids, Omega-3, delta 7-sterol, triterpenes, organic acids, B vitamins, vitamin C, selenium, magnesium, zinc rich in organically bound, etc
  • In medicine, pumpkin seeds are used in diseases of the prostate (prostatitis, adenoma) and bladder
  • Pumpkin seed is used for difficult urination during early stages of prostate inflammation
  • Pumpkin seeds have diuretic, anti-inflammatory, cholagogue, mild laxative and anthelminthic properties


  • Zinc stimulates the activity of approximately 100 enzymes that promote biochemical reactions in the body
  • Zinc supports a healthy immune system, is needed for wound healing, helps maintain the sense of taste and smell and is needed for DNA synthesis
  • Zinc plays an important role in the hormonal functions in the body. It affects the production and functioning of insulin,and thus the entire spectrum of insulin-dependent processes
  • In men, zinc is involved in the synthesis of testosterone and functioning of sex glands, there is a relationship between the level of zinc in the body and potency.
  • Zinc regulates the level of metabolites of testosterone — dihydrotestosterone, which causes an excess of prostate hyperplasia
  • Zinc is vital for the functioning of the thymus and the normal state of the immune system
  • Zinc with vitamin A (vitamin C) prevents the formation of immune deficiencies, stimulating the synthesis of antibodies, and providing antiviral effect
  • Zinc helps heal wounds and ulcers, is involved in perception of taste and smell, is essential for the functioning of the central nervous system, including the processes of remembering

Vitamin E

  • Vitamin E as an antioxidant helps to stabilize cell membranes and protect the tissues of the skin, eyes, liver, breast, and testes, which are more sensitive to oxidation
  • Vitamin E helps protect against heart disease
  • Vitamin E helps prevent arteries from clogging. This may help to reduce the risk of atherosclerosis
  •  Vitamin E may protect against the development of cancers by enhancing immune function
  • Vitamin E may help to protect against cataracts and age related macular degeneration
  • Vitamin E, together with vitamin C may prevent the development of Alzheimer’s disease


  • Beta-carotene is a biological antioxidant.  It protects cell membranes against the effects of free radicals
  • Beta-carotene is a predecessor of vitamin A («the growth vitamin»); it regulates the growth of bones and participates in the formation of optic pigments that are necessary for normal night and color vision
  • Vitamin A and its analogs have shown the ability to help inhibit cancer cell proliferation and help in returning to normal growth patterns. Individuals with highest levels of beta-carotene intake have lower risks of lung cancer, coronary artery heart disease, stroke and age-related eye disease than individuals with lowest lvels of beta-carotene intake. Its inhibitory effects are especially potent against leukemia and certain head and neck cancers
  • Beta-carotene may have a role to play in staving off heart disease, apparently a function of its ability to keep harmful LDL cholesterol from damaging the heart and coronary arteries
  • Beta-carotene has been shown to have benefits to the immune system
  • Like all other carotenoids, beta-carotene is an antioxidant. Antioxidants are substances that help prevent or reduce the formation of damaging chemicals in the body called free radicals
  • Consuming foods rich in beta-carotene appears to protect the body from damaging molecules called free radicals. Free radicals cause damage to cells through a process known as oxidation, and over time, such damage can lead to a variety of chronic illnesses. Beta-carotene’s antioxidant actions make it valuable in protecting against, and in some cases even reversing, precancerous conditions affecting the breast, mucous membranes, throat, mouth, stomach, prostate, colon, cervix, and bladder