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Onions and garlic may ease BPH symptoms
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Medium sized onion, cut into two from center, and boil in one and a half glass of water, about 400 ml, when a little more than half a glass of water is left, cool it to lukewarm, and drink the water before breakfast and before dinner. Two times a day.
It has shown good result on people with prostate gland enlargement.
Hi Louise, I also try herbal medicine to treat my BHP. Which works the same but be better than antibiotics.
yup. some food really works.we can also take herbal medicine to get recovery, like Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill.it’s natural and safe.
What a pleusare to meet someone who thinks so clearly
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