Prostate Enlargement

The prostate is a small gland found only in men and trans women. Due to its location in the urinary tract and in close proximity to the bladder, prostate problems are often coupled with urinary symptoms such as:1,2

  • Weak urine flow — low urine output
  • Dribbling — leaking urine
  • intermittency — a flow which stops and starts
  • Hesitancy — having to wait before you start urinating
  • Frequency — having to urinate more often than previously
  • Urgency — finding it difficult to delay urination
  • Nighttime urination — frequent urge to urinate at night
  • Pain — in the groin, pelvic area, or genitals during urination or following ejaculation

The severity of the symptoms is not related to the size of the prostate. You should know your risk and get tested regularly, starting at age 40.2

Here are some of the most well-studied herbs and supplements that may help maintain or support healthy prostate and urinary flow;3,4

  1. Powerful antioxidants and essential nutrients protect cells from damage caused by free radicals, oxidative stress, and ageing.
  2. Herbal ingredients such as saw palmetto, tomato-derived lycopene, plant-based sterols, grapeseed, pine bark, and stinging nettle work synergistically to support healthy prostate, urine flow and reproductive system.5 See Prostate Support

Did you know that Nativa Complex® Prostate Support delivers targeted nutritional support to help maintain a healthy prostate, reproductive system, testosterone levels, urinary functions day and night? You only need to take 2 capsules in the evening (not more!).


  1. Dr. Gerald Wang (26 January 2022). New York Presbyterian’s – Health Matters: 8 Tips for Better Prostate Health? Accessed 22 November 2023 Available from: https://healthmatters.nyp.org/tips-for-better-prostate-health/

  2. Matthew Hoffman (1 May 2023). WebMD: Prostate Problems. Accessed 22 November 2023. Available from: https://www.webmd.com/men/prostate-problems

  3. Harvard Health Publishing (1 December 2022) Can supplements improve your prostate health? Accessed on 22 November 2023 Available at https://www.health.harvard.edu/mens-health/can-supplements-improve-your-prostate-health

  4. Kendal L. Stewart, Edwin D. Lephart (13 March 2023). Overview of BPH: Symptom Relief with Dietary Polyphenols, Vitamins and Phytochemicals by Nutraceutical Supplements with Implications to the Prostate Microbiome. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2023, 24(6), 5486; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms24065486

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