Prostate Take Care™
What is Prostate Take Care?
Prostate Take Care combines prostate-supportive plant nutrients in Nettle and Saw Palmetto with whole-food fermented Selenium and a proprietary herbal blend of Rosemary, Green Tea, Ginger, and Pumpkin Seed oil.*
What does Prostate Take Care do?
Prostate Take Care promotes normal urine flow – supporting your prostate with beneficial phytonutrients found naturally in Saw Palmetto and Nettle.* Fermented Selenium supports a healthy antioxidant response. These ingredients work together to holistically support your prostate health.
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“King of herbs” supports occasional pain relief after exercise.*
Ginger is featured in over 20 New Chapter vitamins and supplements including Ginger Force™. Supercritical Ginger supports cardio and intestinal health.* Known as jiang meaning “defend” in traditional Chinese medicine and vishwabhesaj meaning “universal medicine” in Ayurveda, Ginger has been used for thousands of years in the most revered traditional herbal systems.
Promotes healthy aging, vitality, and cardiovascular health.*
Green & White Tea Force™ delivers a full-spectrum extract that supports healthy aging, longevity, vitality, cardiovascular health and cellular protection.* Zen monks recommended chewing green tea leaves to maintain alertness and expand awareness during meditation.
Helps support prostate function with key phytonutrients.*
Prostate 5LX™ combines multiple prostate-supportive phytonutrients, including dual extracts of Nettle.* In herbal systems, nettle is described as sweet and salty with cooling nourishing qualities that enrich the liver yin energy.
Supports immune health and normal respiratory function.*
Oregano Force™ supports immune system health and normal respiratory and digestive function.* In Greek, Oregano means “joy of the mountains” and was a symbol of joy and happiness.