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What are Saw Palmetto's other names?

  • Serenoa Repens

What is Saw Palmetto's recommended dosage?

  • Recommended daily intake: 160 - 320 mg
  • Recommended daily doses: 1

What supplements interact with Saw Palmetto?

No supplements that have a synergystic effect with this one.

What can Saw Palmetto help with?

  • Saw Palmetto for Enlarged Prostate (BPH)

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Slightly Positive


Correlation analyses confirmed the relationship between improved BPH symptoms and reduced SDys. This was the first trial with saw palmetto to show improvement in BPH symptoms and SDys as well. [Corrections made here after initial online publication.].


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Slightly Positive


During the trial all participants had some improvement in their symptoms of BPH but there was no significant beneficial effect of this S. repens extract over placebo in this 12-week trial.


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Slightly Positive


In this study, saw palmetto did not improve symptoms or objective measures of benign prostatic hyperplasia. (ClinicalTrials.gov number, NCT00037154.).


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Slightly Positive


Increasing doses of a saw palmetto fruit extract did not reduce lower urinary tract symptoms more than placebo.


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Slightly Positive


Saw palmetto led to a statistically significant improvement in urinary symptoms in men with lower urinary tract symptoms compared with placebo. Saw palmetto had no measurable effect on the urinary flow rates. The mechanism by which saw palmetto improves urinary symptoms remains unknown.


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Slightly Positive


serenoa repens demonstrated its efficacy reducing dysuria with minimal side effects. Further prospective studies might confirm its stabilization or lowering role on PSA levels in this cohort of patients and its possible clinical anti-inflammatory action.


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Slightly Positive


Serenoa repens therapy does not improve LUTS or Q(max ) compared with placebo in men with BPH, even at double and triple the usual dose. • Adverse events were generally mild and comparable to placebo.


  • Saw Palmetto for Hair Loss


What is Saw Palmetto used for?

  • Saw Palmetto for Overall health

  • Saw Palmetto for Men's health

test
Slightly Positive


Correlation analyses confirmed the relationship between improved BPH symptoms and reduced SDys. This was the first trial with saw palmetto to show improvement in BPH symptoms and SDys as well. [Corrections made here after initial online publication.].


test
Slightly Positive


During the trial all participants had some improvement in their symptoms of BPH but there was no significant beneficial effect of this S. repens extract over placebo in this 12-week trial.


test
Slightly Positive


In this study, saw palmetto did not improve symptoms or objective measures of benign prostatic hyperplasia. (ClinicalTrials.gov number, NCT00037154.).


test
Slightly Positive


Increasing doses of a saw palmetto fruit extract did not reduce lower urinary tract symptoms more than placebo.


test
Slightly Positive


Saw palmetto led to a statistically significant improvement in urinary symptoms in men with lower urinary tract symptoms compared with placebo. Saw palmetto had no measurable effect on the urinary flow rates. The mechanism by which saw palmetto improves urinary symptoms remains unknown.


test
Slightly Positive


serenoa repens demonstrated its efficacy reducing dysuria with minimal side effects. Further prospective studies might confirm its stabilization or lowering role on PSA levels in this cohort of patients and its possible clinical anti-inflammatory action.


test
Slightly Positive


Serenoa repens therapy does not improve LUTS or Q(max ) compared with placebo in men with BPH, even at double and triple the usual dose. • Adverse events were generally mild and comparable to placebo.


  • Saw Palmetto for Reproduction

  • Saw Palmetto for Skin, hair and nails


What are Saw Palmetto's effects on the body?

  • Saw Palmetto for the Overall Systems

  • Saw Palmetto for the Reproductive System

  • Saw Palmetto for the Integumentary system

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