Natural Prostate Cream

Adam's Prostate Care Cream is a unique blend of male enhancing natural herbs. It is very effective in helping to maintain good prostate health and is also very easy to use. Prostate problems are quite typical in men over the age of 40, and as you get older, it is important to think about ways to maintain the health of your prostate. More then 50% of men over 50 have prostate problems, so don't think you're alone in this.

Do you have any of the symptoms listed below? The use of Adam's Prostate Care Cream can help to eliminate these symptoms.

Signs and Symptoms of Prostate Problems
• Enlarged Prostate
• Difficulty Urinating
• Urge to Urinate Many Times During the Night
• Straining To Urinate
• Pain During Urination
• Dripping After Urination
• A Feeling That The Bladder Is Not Empty

Although Adam's Prostate Care is able to help in treating a problem prostate, a better way to use the cream is as a preventative. If you're over 40 years old, you should make Adams Prostate Care a part of your daily routine. In addition, the natural progesterone found in Prostate Care has the nice benefit of increasing the libido. Also, older men with rheumatoid arthritis have gotten relief from the pain and swelling after rubbing the cream on their joints.

Suggested Use:
Massage ¼ tsp. (one inch strip) twice a day to thin skin areas (scrotum, inside arms, wrist, ankles, chest and feet) three weeks of each month, then stop for 5 to 7 days. After three months reduce to 1/8 tsp (1/2 inch strip) twice a day.

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Adam’s Prostate Care is made up of many different beneficial herbs. The cream is very easy to apply. All you need to do is to massage a small amount (1/4 of a teaspoon) into your skin each day. It’s also great as a moisturizing cream on your face after you shave. One two- ounce tube will last approximately two months.

The most common problem associated with the prostate is enlargement of the prostate itself. This results in a narrowing of the urethra and can lead to many different urinary problems including the need to urinate three to four times a night, trouble in urinating, and painful urination.

The medical term for this condition is “benign prostatic hyperplasia” (BPH). It’s not life threatening, but it sure can make your life miserable.  Fortunately BPH is often treatable with natural herbal preparations like our Adam’s Prostate Care Cream.

Adam’s Prostate Care Ingredients & Their Functions

Adam’s Prostate Care with 600mg of Natural Progesterone
• An All-Natural Solution For Men
• A Unique Herbal Blend Body Cream For Men
• Formulated Specifically To Aid The Male Prostate

Saw Palmetto Berries
Acts as a diuretic and urinary antiseptic. Stimulates the appetite. Inhibits the production of dihydrotestosterone, a hormone that contributes to the enlargement of the prostate. Good for poor appetite and prostate disorders. May also enhance sexual functioning and desire.

Pygeum Africanum
A large evergreen tree native to Africa, where it has been used for a variety of health compliments. The purified fat-soluble extract of the bark of Pygeum Africanum has demonstrated clinical efficacy similar to the extract of saw palmetto. The mechanism of action appears to work via its inhibition of cholesterol uptake by the prostate, antagonizing testosterone, and reducing prostatic inflammation.

American Ginseng
Strengthens the adrenal and reproductive glands. Enhances immune function, promotes lung functioning, and stimulates the appetite. Useful for bronchitis, circulatory problems, diabetes, infertility, lack of energy and stress. Used by athletes for overall body strengthening.

Bearberry Extract
Acts as astringent, diuretic, and tonic. Bearberry helps to reduce accumulations of uric acid and to relieve the pain of bladder stones and gravel. Used to alleviate chronic cystitis. It may also help where bed-wetting is a problem.

Pumpkin Seed Oil
Contains B vitamins, essential fatty acids, protein and zinc. Useful for prostate disorders. Acts as anthelmintic. Pumpkin Seed Oil is also useful for healing wounds, especially burns and chapped skin.

Natural Progesterone
Derived from the Mexican wild yam root or soy. These sterols are processed through several fermentation steps to yield progesterone, which is identical to the progesterone produced by the human body.  Adam’s Equalizer uses only the dioscorea barbasco, which is the purest and most expensive form of natural progesterone.

Natural Vitamin C
Adam’s Equalizer uses Ascorbic Acid from Malpighia punicifolia, the Acerola cherry. Vitamin C is a very powerful antioxidant that also protects other antioxidants, such as vitamin E. The cells of the brain and spinal cord, which frequently incur free radical damage, can be protected by significant amounts of a bioflavonoid called hesperidin. In addition to its role as an antioxidant, vitamin C detoxifies many harmful substances and plays a key role in immunity. It increased the synthesis of interferon; a natural antiviral substance produced by the body, and stimulates the activity of certain key immune cells.

Zinc is an essential mineral, which is important in the prostate gland function and growth of the reproductive organs. Zinc may help prevent acne and regulate the activity of oil glands. It is required for protein synthesis and collagen formation, and promotes a healthy immune system and the healing of wounds. Zinc also allows the acuity of taste and smell. It protects the liver from chemical damage and is vital for bone formation. It is a constituent of insulin and many vital enzymes. OptiZinc is the trademark of a form of zinc called zinc monomethionine (zinc bound with the amino acid methionine), which has been found to have antioxidant activity comparable to that of vitamin C, vitamin E, and beta-carotene.

Suggested Use:
Massage ¼ tsp. (one inch strip) twice a day to thin skin areas (scrotum, inside arms, wrist, ankles, chest and feet) three weeks of each month, then stop for 5 to 7 days. After three months reduce to 1/8 tsp (1/2 inch strip) twice a day.

Prostate Problems and Hormones

Testosterone is Only Part of the Picture
Some years back, a handful of men called or wrote to tell me of their experience with progesterone, usually the result of handling progesterone cream while helping a woman apply it. They reported that their symptoms of prostate enlargement or benign prostatichypertrophy (BPH) such as urinary urgency and frequency decreased considerably, and their sexual performance increased. Needles to say, this gave me much to think about.

Since then, several men with prostate cancer have told me their PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) level, an indication of prostate cancer, decreased when they started using a daily dab of progesterone cream, and that they have had no progression of their prostate lesions since using the cream. One man called to say his bone metastasises are now no longer visible by Mayo Clinic X-ray tests.

Though I retired from active practice ten years ago, six of my fat-met patients with early prostate cancer have been using progesterone cream (along with diet, some vitamin and mineral supplements, and saw palmetto) for about five years. All report their cancer has shown no progression.

The Wrong Treatment All These Years
Since Huggins showed, in 1941, that castration (removal of the testicles) slowed progression of prostate cancer, physicians have assumed it was the resulting lack of testosterone that slowed the cancer, and ever since have relied on suppression of testosterone in their treatment of the disease. However, the testosterone suppression benefit only lasts two to three years, and then the prostate cancer progression to an androgen (male hormone) insensitive state and continues to spread. Despite this metastatic prostate cancer patients are treated with androgen blockade through castration (orcheictomy) and/or hormone suppressing drugs.

I remember reading studies done 30 to 40 years ago showing that testosterone supplementation prevented survival of prostate cancer cells transplated to test mammals. In more recent (as yet unpublished) studies it has been shown that in a prostate cancer cell culture, testosterone kills the cancer cells. A 1996 study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences showed that in mice, testosterone will shrink human prostate tumors.

Tracking the Culprit
Why does prostate cancer occur so often in aging men? Consider the changes in testicular hormone production as men age:

1) Testosterone levels fall;
2) More testosterone is changed (by 5-alpha-reductase enzyme) to dihydrotestosterone (DHT), stimulating prostate growth;
3) Progesterone levels fall. Progesterone is vital to good health in men. It is the primary precursor of our adrenal cortical hormones and testosterone. Men sythesize progesterone in smaller amounts than women do but it is still vital. Since progesterone is a potent inhibitor of 5-alpha-reductase, the decline of progesterone in aging males play a roll in increasing the conversion rate of testosterone to DHT.
4) Estradiol (an estrogen) effect increases Testosterone is a direct antagonist of estradiol both the fall in Testosterone and the shift from testosterone to DHT allows increased effect of estradiol. Male estradiol levels are equivalent to or greater than that of postmenopausal females, but normally estradiols effects are suppressed (antagonized) by the male’s greater production of testosterone. Perhaps estradiol is also the culprit (along with DHT) in prostate growth.

Getting Down to the Gene Level

Embryology teaches us that the prostate is the male equivalent of the female uterus. The two organs differentiate from the same embryonic cells and they share many of the same genes such as the oncogene, Bel-2 and the cancer-protector gene, p53. It is not surprising then, that the hormonal relationships in endometrial cancer will be the same in prostate cancer; that is both are very sensitive to the harmful effects of unopposed estrogen and are protected by progesterone. Researchers, T. S. Wiley and Brent Formby Ph.D., have done test tube studies that verify this relationship; but, human studies still need to be done.

The course of prostate cancer growth, like breast cancer growth, is not due to a linear progression of cancer cells multiplying from one rogue cell; it is due to the continued presence of an underlying metabolic imbalance. The underlying metabolic imbalance in all hormone-dependant cancers is estrogen dominance. Prevent the estrogen dominance and you will prevent the cancer. If the cancer is already underway, correcting the estrogen dominance will slow the cancer growth and prolong life. The benefit of castration in prostate cancer stemmed from estradiol reduction, not testosterone reduction. Given the choice, I would choose testosterone and progesterone supplementation over castration.

Excerpt from The John R. Lee, M.D. Medical Letter (January, 1999 issue)

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