Disappointed in Saw Palmetto?

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Disappointed in Saw Palmetto?

Prostate enlargement is a natural consequence of age, and begins to be felt by 50% of men by the age of 50. Maybe you have started to notice changes now. Does any of this sound familiar? 

  • The urgent need to urinate, day or night
  • The increased frequency, as often as every 2 hours
  • The frustrating unpredictable urges which have you scanning for a bathroom whenever you are out in public
  • Difficulty to start
  • A weak stream and dribbling
  • Not feeling like you are finished
  • Inability to empty the bladder completely


You don’t want to live like this, but what can you do?

Maybe you are worried about the side effects of drugs, tried to find an herb, but were disappointed in Saw Palmetto – a much touted herb for prostate health. Results of a year-long study of 225 men published in 2006 by Dr. Stephen Bent, MD, on staff at the San Francisco VA Medical Center, and Dr. Andrew Avins, MD, MPH from Kaiser Permanente, found that Saw Palmetto was no more effective than a placebo. A subsequent study published by Dr. Avins in 2013 in a larger group of 369 men also found no benefits of Saw Palmetto over the placebos.

When we first brought Dr. Tram, the inventor of Crila® for Prostate, to meet with doctors and researchers in the U.S., she was very interested to learn more about saw palmetto. She took several brands back to Vietnam to study, but she also concluded, “Saw Palmetto doesn’t work!”

If you want something that works, try Crila® for Prostate. Read the testimonials from real men who have achieved real relief. Order today.           →                                →                                →                                   

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