Natural Treatment for Prostate cancer without surgery in Nigeria

Prostate cancer is a malignant tumor of the prostate gland and eventually spread to the other organs, bones, and tissues. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the United States and second most common in the cause of cancer death in men over age 55. The incidence of prostate cancer increases dramatically with each decade after 50, and diseases rate appear to vary by population. For example, North Americans (particularly African Americans) develop prostate cancer at one of the highest rates in the world, while Japan and Africa have low rates of the disease. Fortunately, Prostate cancer tends to be slow growing compared to many other cancers- the majority of prostate cancers either do not spread or cause harm for decades.

The exact cause of prostate cancer is not known, but some risks factors have been identified and linked to its development. Men age 65 and older, African-American men and those with a first-degree relative (brother or father) with the disease are at an increased risk of developing prostate cancer.

Other risk factors include a history of venereal disease, recurrent prostate infections, testosterone therapy, a high-fat diet and exposure to cancer-causing chemicals. The likelihood of developing potentially life-threatening prostate cancer varies depending on global location. Prostate cancer is a slow-growing cancer, with tumors usually doubling in size approximately every six years, as compared to breast cancer, which commonly doubles every 3 ½ years. Prostate cancer often presents no symptoms until it reaches advanced stages or spreads outside the prostate gland.

Possible symptoms of prostate cancer include pain or burning during urination, frequent urination, a decrease in the flow and volume of urine, difficulty urinating, bloody urine, a feeling of incomplete emptying of the bladder and ongoing lower back and pelvic discomfort, frequent urination and a feeling that one has to urinate even when the bladder is empty, awakening frequently in the night to urinate and hip and back pain. When this particular cancer has spread to the other parts of the body, symptoms like bone pain, weakness or paralysis caused by compression of the spinal cord, weight loss, anemia and kidney failure are common.


Men can lower their risk of developing prostate cancer by consuming plenty of whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes and fresh vegetable fruit juices.

Consume low-fat diet

Foods high in lycopene (like grapefruit, water melon and tomatoes) and zinc (such as mushrooms, pumpkin seeds, seafood, spinach and sunflower seeds) and selenium-rich foods (such as brewer’s yeast, wheat germ, chicken liver, nuts and seeds, tuna, herring and oysters), vitamin E-rich foods (such as wheat germ, organ meats, sweet potatoes, leafy vegetables including spinach, nuts and seeds, eggs, soybeans and lima beans) also help guard against prostate and other cancers.

Drink at least 8-ounce glasses of water daily and resist intake of dairy products and red meats. Enjoy regular sexual activity; it activates the prostate gland and keeps it from getting stagnant and inflamed.

Physical exercise is important because exercise temporarily lowers testosterone, helps retain health and lowers risk of prostate cancer.

PSA test-blood test measuring the level of prostate-specific antigen (PSA), a protein produced in the prostate gland that keeps semen in liquid form. Prostate cancer cells produce elevated quantities of PSA, so measuring PSA levels allows physicians to detect cancer while it is still microscopic. Unfortunately, the test is not accurate enough to definitely rule out or confirm cancer. For example, advancing age and benign conditions such as enlarged prostate can also elevate PSA levels. In general, PSA tests help detect up to 100% of all tumors.

A quick remedy to treat Prostate cancer without surgery is our Prostate solution kit. This kit is 100% compounded herbal medicines that treat Prostate cancer without surgery.



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