Support prostate and urinary health with Natrol® Saw Palmetto!®†
Saw Palmetto® is a berry from a palm-like plant, which has been used by Native Americans as a food staple and medicine. Native Americans have used these berries to support urinary and prostate health, as well as sexual virility.†
Modern-day research indicates that Saw Palmetto supports prostate health and overall male health and well-being.†
Natrol™ Saw Palmetto:
• Supports prostate health†
• Supports healthy urine flow†
• More than 80% standardized fatty acids and sterols
• Easy-to-swallow softgels
Size/Form: 160mg 30 Softgels
Directions: Take 1 softgel, two times daily, with a meal.
Please consult your healthcare professional prior to use if you have or suspect a medical condition, are taking prescription drugs, or are pregnant or lactating.
Saw Palmetto FAQs:
Q: What is Saw Palmetto?
A: Saw Palmetto is a berry from a palm-like plant which has been used by Native Americans as a food staple and medicine. Native Americans have been using these berries to support urinary and prostate health, as well as sexual virility. Modern-day research indicates that Saw Palmetto supports prostate health and overall male health and well-being.†
Q: How many fatty acids and sterols are in Natrol® Saw Palmetto?
A: Natrol® Saw Palmetto offers the trademarked raw material SerenPure, standardized to 80% fatty acids and sterols.
Q: Are there studies that demonstrate how Saw Palmetto supports good prostate health?
A: Numerous clinical and experimental studies have been conducted on Saw Palmetto in relation to its benefits for prostate health. Natrol® Saw Palmetto offers the same potency as used in these studies.†
Q: Where does Saw Palmetto come from?
A: Natrol® Saw Palmetto is extracted from a berry typically grown in the southeastern United States and other regions†
Q: What is the source of gelatin in Natrol Saw Palmetto?
A: It is bovine.
Q: Who is Saw Palmetto not recommended for?
A: Saw Palmetto is not recommended for children, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, and individuals who have or suspect a medical condition and those taking medications.