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Pygeum Africanum Bark Extract

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Additional Information

  • Product Type:
    Raw Material/Extract
  • Active Ingredients:
    Total Phytosterols
  • Marketed Country:
  • Targeted Country:
    North American/Europen
  • Shelf Life Period:
    24 Months
  • Health Function:
    Men's Health
  • Supply ability:
    10 Metric Ton Months
  • Lead Time:
    5 Days
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  • Accepted Delivery Terms:
    FOB, EXW, CFR, CIF, DDP, DDU, Espress delivery
  • Accepted Payment Currency:
  • Accepted Payment Type:
    Cash, Credit Card, L/C, Money Gram, Paypal, T/T, Western Union


What Is Pygeum Africanum?

Pygeum africanum for prostatitis is an herbal remedy that is derived from the bark of the Pygeum africanum tree, also known as the African cherry tree. Pygeum has been used to treat bladder problems since ancient times. In fact, some natives of various South African tribes still use the remedy today by boiling the bark of the tree to make a tea. In the 1960s, the Europeans began using a pygeum bark extract to treat mild to moderate benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also commonly known as enlarged prostate. Since then much research has been done on pygeum bark extract, and this supplement has caught the attention of nontraditional healers in other countries.

Pygeum africanum bark extract has been used for thousands of years to treat symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy, or BPH. BPH is a condition where the prostate gland is enlarged and sufferers experience symptoms of frequent and painful urination. Medline Plus recommends consulting a health care provider before treating yourself with pygeum or any other herbal remedy. Today, pygeum is commonly used in Europe to reduce symptoms of BPH with few unwanted side effects.


Pygeum africanum bark extract contains several naturally-occurring chemicals that contribute to its therapeutic action. These plant chemicals are a class of triterpenes that include oleanolic, ursolic, ferulic and crataegolic acids, reports The Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Other substances found in pygeum extract are phytosterols and tannins.

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