Premium-quality pygeum extract—standardized to 95% total phytosterols! What is pygeum? Pygeum is a type of evergreen tree native to Africa with white flowers red berries and hard solid wood prized for making tools furniture and wagons. Native Africans use powdered pygeum bark to support urinary health. . How does pygeum support health? Has been used worldwide for urinary prostate and sexual health support. Most popular choice for prostate support in France. Contains three groups of active constituents including phytosterols (with beta-sitosterol) and fatty acids. Often paired with saw palmetto a berry extract that supports normal prostate size and urine flow*. Why choose Vitacost Pygeum & Plant Sterols? Supplies 62.5 mg of pygeum & plant sterols per single-capsule serving. High quality. Contains 60 servings per bottle. Exceptional quality at an extraordinary value. . PLEASE NOTE: The name of this supplement has been updated to Pygeum & Plant Sterols to offer better description of the content. . About Vitacost. Vitacost nutritional products are manufactured to high standards of quality efficacy and safety. Each Vitacost product meets or exceeds the standards and requirements set forth in the FDA’s Code of Federal Regulation (21 CFR 111) Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP). . . *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease.
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12 out of 12(100%)customers recommend this product.
"I take Pygeum in conjunction with saw palmetto and Stinging Nettle for urinary and prostate function. The pygeum and stinging nettle have given me more volume as well as increased pleasure. I have maintained good bladder function. I highly recommend this product."
"I researched this product before I purchased and thought it would be safe and effective for my husband's problem. It worked so well so fast that I recommended it to my dad. It has a very good benefit for men without the side effects of prescription brands."