ProstaStream contains vitamins, minerals, and organic extracts that function synergistically to boost prostate health in several ways. ProstaStream’s ingredients, according to Frank Neal, are sourced from the world’s finest places. According to him, these potent ingredients have been integrated in the most feasible way to help men’s prostate glands recuperate and prevent any further prostate-related issues.
The following are the main ingredients of ProstaStream and the benefits they offer:
Copper: Helps strengthen your bones, blood vessels, nerves, and immune function. It can prevent specific cardiovascular and bone problems too!
Zinc: A supplement-friendly version of Zinc is included in ProstaStream. This mineral is mainly used to boost immune function and promote the proper absorption of nutrients. It can also speed up wound healing.
Vitamin E: It’s one of the most potent vitamins, and it aids in the proper functioning of various organs. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that acts as a protective barrier from oxidation and free radical harm. Vitamin E is also advantageous to the immune system, the skin, and libido.
Selenium: This is an antioxidant that can increase your metabolism and thyroid function too. It helps boost your immune system and slow down mental health decline as you grow older. It may also reduce the risk of heart attacks, but that remains to be seen.
Broccoli Leaf Extract: The extract of a broccoli’s leaf can give you high contents of fiber, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Iron, and Potassium. It is one of the richest ingredients when it comes to substance.
Green Tea Extract: The extract of this tea not only provides us with a healthy amount of caffeine, but it also improves blood circulation and lowers bad cholesterol. Thus, this is good for the cardiovascular system as a whole.
Pygeum Africanum: Mainly used to treat enlarged prostate problems (BPH) and prostate cancer, the bark of this tree is an effective anti-inflammatory ingredient that can also improve your kidney and urinary tract as a whole. It can also increase libido and treat common conditions such as fever and stomachache. At rare times, it can also be used to treat malaria. It is explicitly taken from the bark of an African cherry tree.
Tomato Fruit Powder: Containing Lycopene, this powder is a powerful antioxidant. It can reliably help you feel younger and gain your former strength back when taken regularly. It also improves eyesight.
Shiitake Mushroom: Finally, Shiitakes also boost the immune system while treating HIV/AIDS. While not yet proven, scientists are getting closer to the cure thanks to this mushroom. This is probably the most famous among the trio of mushrooms mentioned here, being used as a culinary ingredient for most oriental Asian countries in the world.
Reishi Mushroom: Reishis, on the other hand, is mainly used to increase our immune system's integrity, reduce stress, relieve insomnia, and lessen fatigue. This mushroom can also decrease blood pressure. This makes it one of the best friends of people who are experiencing hypertension.
Maitake Mushroom: These mushrooms are antioxidant kings. They help treat cancer and also relieve some side effects of chemotherapy for cancer. It also contains chemicals that can help break down minor tumors, boost the immune system, lower blood sugar, and maintain proper body mass index.
Graviola Leaf: Everything from Graviola is used as a medicine, whether it is the leaves, fruit, seeds, or stems. It is mainly used to treat bacterial infections and parasite intrusions. It is also known as Soursop or Brazillian Paw Paw. Mainly, Graviola is here in ProstaStream to prevent infections.
Saw Palmetto Berries: These berries are the fruit of the Serenoa repens tree. It is usually used to treat enlarged prostate, enhance hair growth, and improve urinary function. Sometimes, it is even used to increase libido and reduce inflammation. This is still not proven for and will entail more future studies. Saw Palmetto, being an antioxidant, is also known to have potent anti-cancer properties. This berry probably inhibits DHT, too, according to a study made by the University of Michigan Health System.