Statistics on the incidence of prostatitis is similar to reports from the front. Between the ages of 25 and 40, 40 percent of men suffer from it; upon reaching the 45-year mark , prostatitis appears in 4 out of 5, that is, in 80 percent. The main causes of the disease are painfully banal and well known: unhealthy lifestyle, alcohol abuse and the consequences of colds or venereal diseases.
Many men look at prostatitis rather indifferently, without seeking medical help. This leads to the transition of the disease to a chronic form, which may not be cured by taking pills, subsequently requiring surgical intervention. Since the disease has accompanied men for many centuries of human history, during this time, many different methods of treating prostatitis have accumulated in folk medicine . They will be discussed.
For the treatment of prostatitis in folk medicine, herbal preparations, tinctures, suppositories or ointments are used. All of them are easily available in nature or a nearby pharmacy - however, despite their availability, you should not forget about the obligatory consultation with a urologist before taking it.
Asparagus juice is considered a good remedy. It is advised to take it in daily doses from 500 ml, or to make a composition of vegetable juices, which will consist of 50 percent asparagus juice, and the remaining half of the mixture will be cucumber, carrot and beet juice in equal parts. It is necessary to take juice for at least a month, but the total duration of treatment is not limited - as is clear from the composition, it will not get worse.
Another well-known treatment is the use of pumpkin seeds. They are crushed and mixed with honey in a ratio of 2 to 1. This sweet medicine is taken 2-3 times a day before meals, 1 teaspoon.
If we are already talking about honey, then we must remember about propolis: prostatitis is treated with its extract. 40 grams of propolis is dissolved in 200 milliliters of 96% alcohol by evaporation. After that, 1 gram of the resulting extract and 20 grams of cocoa butter (melted in a water bath) are mixed and candles are prepared. Candles are introduced into the rectum once a day in the evenings. A 30-day course of treatment should be repeated 2-3 times with a break of 1-2 months.
Parsley juice completes today's list of recipes: a tablespoon of juice is taken 30 minutes before meals 3 or 4 times a day. You can make a decoction of the seeds. To do this, the seeds are crushed, poured with boiling water and infused for 15 minutes in a warm place (you can in a thermos). Take 1 tablespoon before meals.