Herbal suppository delivers nutrients directly to the prostate and dissolves calcifications – Endosterol
It is common for men to have small calcifications in their prostate. Prostate stones are calcified protein particles that are called corpora amylacea.
As men age, it is common for them to experience a swelling of the prostate (BPH) or benign prostatic hyperplasia. This inflammation and swelling can cause secretions from the prostate to accumulate in the gland. Prostate stones occur when these secretions have sat in the prostate for just a short period of time. The stagnant secretions form like a pearl and become calcified like stone.
If you are having trouble starting a stream of urine, going in waves, having a weaker flow or trickling, these are all common sign of prostate stones.
When the prostate is regulated men can continue to live active lifestyles without having to experience uncomfortable sexual problems, or uncontrolled urine flow.
A Solution for Prostate Stones
There is a solution for calcification of the prostate! Magnesium Di-Potassium EDTA helps dissolve calcifications and directs the calcium back into bones and teeth where it is needed and belongs. Using Magnesium Di-Potassium EDTA in suppository form is both safe and effective, representing a valid alternative to intravenous chelation with Di-sodium EDTA. In addition, Magnesium Di-Potassium EDTA also has shown to have certain beneficial effects not associated with the traditional Di-sodium form of EDTA. EDTA also increases nitric oxide in the blood. Nitric oxide is a crucial element for erectile potency.
The most effective form of this supplement is in a suppository form. Placing the suppository right behind your prostate by-passes the digestive system, allowing the rich and nourishing ingredients to be absorbed directly into your prostate gland and maximizing full potency of the ingredients. I have studied in herbal therapy the importance of using an “herbal rectal bolis” in order to cure prostate problems. The Endosterol method does just that!
Magnesium, used in Endosterol, is used to prevent and break up kidney stones. Magnesium also dissolves prostate stones and at times can be released in the urine. Prostatic calculi or stones are believed to be responsible for a certain percentage of chronic prostatitis cases. Treating an infection from the prostate becomes difficult once the stones take form within the gland and become stubbornly dug in. It is estimated that about 75% of middle-aged men have this problem. That’s most of middle age men! Molecular analysis has shown that prostate stones contain ingredients that are generally found in urine and not prostatic secretions. This fact indicates a reflux of urine into the prostatic ducts.