Badmaev - MASCLIONE FORMULA FOR THE BETTERMENT OF MEN’S HEALTH Background of the conditions for which the formula has been recommended. Prostate and related pathology Among the most frequent health complaints in men over 50 years old are those related to the prostate, a gland that encircles the urethra. There are three important conditions affecting the prostate: infection and inflammation known as prostatitis, being enlargement of prostate termed BPH, and prostate cancer. All three cause some degree of enlargement of the prostate, which compresses the urethra and interrupts flow of urine, as well as comprises functioning of the entire urinary system, including kidneys and bladder. BHP is an extremely common disorder beginning in the fifth decade of life, and about 80% of men beyond the age of 80 are affected by this condition. Early symptoms include difficulty in starting, maintaining, and stopping the stream of urine. There may also be frequency, during the day and night. Urinary obstruction may lead to urinary infections, including prostatitis, and pathology of the urinary tract. BPH may pose a risk in developing prostatic carcinoma, the most common cancer in men, occurring in 10 to 46% of males over 50 years of age. Carcinoma of the prostate is the third most frequent cause of death from cancer in males. Following cancer of the lung and of the colon and rectum. By the age of 75 years, it is the second leading cause of death from cancer in males. Epidemiological studies show Scandinavian countries standing very high death rate from this form of cancer, whereas Japanese are relatively free of the disease. The United States occupies an intermediate position. Immigrants from low-risk to high-risk geographic areas show an intermediate risk of developing the disease. Although the exact cause of BPH is unknown, it occurs more frequently with advancing age and with elevated levels of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in the prostatic tissue. The male andropause Male andropause, or cessation of hormonal activity due to age, has been discussed since the finding that young men with impotency or libido problems often have sex hormones blood levels similar to those of older men with libido and prostate problems. The circulating testosterone and especially free testosterone levels are reduced, and FSH, LD, estradiol, estrone are increased. These altered hormonal activities lead in men in their forties, fifties and sixties to the development of changes in their bodies analogous to women going through menopause. Masclione 2 The Male Formula The Male Formula is aimed primarily at problems of a middle-aged man experiencing male andropause, or deficiency of testosterone which manifests itself with enlargement of prostate, decreased libido, lack of confidence, irritability and decreased competitiveness in life. The 6 weeks of continuous taking of the male formula results in improvement of urinary frequency, urinary urgency, hesitant and interrupted stream of urine and painful urination. Subjectively the formula improves mood swings, daily physical and mental performance as well as increases the libido. The formula also consists of antiseptic and anti-inflammatory ingredients exerting regenerative action on the genito-urinary tract. The three week treatment with the formula increases the levels of circulating testosterone. At the same time it moderates conversion of steroidal precursors to the estrogenic compounds, thus balancing the unfavorable hormonal status of andropause. The formula has also anabolic properties and in combination with a sensible physical exercise regimen, it can improve the lean body mass. The Male formula should be taken 1 tablet a day as a preventive measure by asymptomatic men past 40, and 3 tablets a day when the symptoms of difficult urination and or decreased libido occur. This formula can be taken as an adjuvant treatment with antibiotics, e.g. in the treatment of prostatitis. Traditionally the formula has been taken with warm bouillon (beef).
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