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The prostate is a gland that lies just below a man’s urinary bladder. It surrounds the urethra like a donut and is in front of the rectum. The urethra is the tube that carries urine out of the bladder, through the penis and out of the body. Normally, the prostate is quite small, it is nearly the same size and shape as a chestnut. Your doctor may check your prostate by putting a finger into your rectum to feel the back of your prostate gland.

Prostate Disorders and Current Treatments

As men age, the prostate is likely to become a source of problems. The three most common problems are inflammation (prostatitis), prostate enlargement (benign prostatic hyperplasia), and prostate cancer.


Every year, approximately 2 million physician visits include the diagnosis of prostatitis. Despite its widespread prevalence, prostatitis remains a poorly studied and little understood condition. (1)

Prostatitis is prostate gland inflammation. The term prostatitis includes many different disorders causing symptoms related to the prostate. Described by the medical author, “a wastebasket of clinical ignorance” (2), because many incomplete diagnostic descriptions have been thrown under the label of prostatitis. The gamut of prostatitis varies from the typical acute bacterial prostatitis to multifaceted conditions that may not even involve prostatic inflammation. These conditions can often be frustrating for the ailing and the healthcare practitioner.



An estimated, 50% of 55 years old men suffer from prostate best prostate herbsenlargement. When men reach 80 years old, more than 75% have enlarged prostates. The generally accepted medical choice is surgery. But more men are selecting non-surgery treatments.

In technical terms, this condition is called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). BPH is an infection or another urologic condition. When the prostate grows larger, it may apply pressure against the urethra thus decreasing the flow of urine or make the stream, weaker or slower.

Increased prostate size and urine flow changes does not automatically indicate you have cancer; you may have BPH. Note that BPH is not cancer and it has not been shown to increase the risk of prostate cancer. However, a man can have both BPH and prostate cancer.



Normal Cell growth proceeds in an organized and orderly manner. New cells replace old dying cells. When balance is lost, rapid abnormal, cell growth can form into a tumor or cancer. For men, this occurs usually in the prostate. The early stages causes no symptoms while in the middle stages, urination may be interfered with by an inflamed prostate pressing the urethra. In the later stages, prostatic cancer can spread into lymph nodes and bones.

There is a blood test some doctors use for prostate cancer called the prostate-specific antigen test (called the PSA, for short). If you have prostatitis, your PSA level might go up. This does not mean you have cancer. Your doctor will treat your prostatitis and may check your PSA level again.

Longevity Mountain Herbs has brought forward the proven master formulas, held closely by the Asian grandmaster herbalists, to the American public. Our mission is to provide a safe and natural approach to lifelong prostate health.

Prostate Comfort reduces prostate inflammation enabling normal urination and pain reduction. Softens and reduces inflamed prostate tissue alleviating pressure on the urethra. Most users experience relief overnight without any side effects except sound, uninterrupted sleep. Removes painful sex for men.





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  • Stevermer, J.J., Easley, S.K., Treatment of Prostatitis . Columbia , Missouri, American Academy of Family Physicians, 2000
  • Stamey TA. Pathogenesis and treatment of urinary tract infections. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1980.

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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is a dietary supplement and is not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat any diseases. The information here is not provided by medical (allopathic) professionals and is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. Please consult your physician before beginning any course of treatment. However, billions of people have used these products without complication. These herbal formulas have been used in conjunction with allopathic medical regimen, successfully without interference in the restorative process.