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Comparison of Saw Palmetto (extract and whole berry) and Flower Pollen on prostate growth in rats


Conducted by: Nadeem Talpur1, Bobby Echard1, Debasis Bagchi2, Manashi Bagchi2 and Harry G. Preuss

1. Department of Physiology, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC, USA

2. School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Creighton University Medical Center, Omaha, NE, USA



Randomized Trial of a Combination of Natural Products (Flower Pollen, Saw Palmetto, B-Sitosterol, Vitamin E) on Symptoms of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)


Conducted by: Harry G. Preuss MD, MACN, CNS1, Charlyn Marcusen PhD1, James Regan MD2, Ira W. Klimberg MD3, Timothy A. Welebir MD4, William A. Jones MD4

1. Department of Physiology and Biophysics Georgetown University Medical Center Washington, DC 20007

2. Department of Urology Georgetown University Hospital Washington, DC 20007

3. Urology Center of Florida Ocala, FL 34474

4. Boise, ID 83701



Treatment of Chronic Prostatitis and Prostatodynia with Pollen Extract


Conducted by: A. C. Buck, R. W. M. Rees, L. Ebeling



A Critical Review of Graminex Flower pollen extract for Symptomatic Relief Of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) in Men


Conducted by: Walter G. Chambliss, Ph.D.

National Center for Natural Products Research, Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Mississippi, University, Ms. 38677



Effect of Flower pollen-extract on the Function of Urinary Bladder in Conscious Rats

Conducted by: Akiko Nagashima, Makato Ishii, Masaichi Youshinaga and Etsuji Higaki

Ome Research Laboratories, Tobishi Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. 7-1, 1-chome, Suehiro cho, Ome-shi, Tokyo 198-0025, Japan

Flower pollen For Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Conducted by: Wilt T, Mac Donald R, Ishani A, Rutks I, Stark G.

General Internal Medicine, Department of Veterans Affairs Coordinating Center of the, One Veterans Drive, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55417, USA.

Assessment of Sensitizing Potential of Flower pollen

Conducted by: Robert Hess, M.D., Professor, F.R.C. Path, Consultant in Toxicology and Pathology, Fluhweg 11, CH-4143 Dornach, Switzerland, Date: November 3, 1992


Identification of a prostate inhibitory substance in a pollen extract.

Conducted by: Habib FK, Ross M, Lewenstein A, Zhang X, Jaton JC.

University Department of Surgery, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Effects of Pollen Extract EA-10, P5 on Chronic Prostatitis or Infertility with Chronic Prostatitis

Conducted by:
CHEN Hong-Jie 1 , WANG Zhi-Ping 2 , CHEN Yi-Rong, QIN Da-Shan, FU Sheng-Jun, MA Bao-Liang

Institute of Urology, 2nd Affiliated Hospital of Lanzhou medical College, Lanzhou 730030, China


A Japanese version of the National Institutes of Health Chronic Prostatitis Symptom Index (NIH-CPSI, Okayama version) and the clinical evaluation of flower pollen extract for chronic non-bacterial prostatitis

Conducted by: Monden K, Tsugawa M, Ninomiya Y, Ando E, Kumon H.

Department of Urology, Okayama University Graduate School of Medicine and Dentistry, Okayama, Japan.



Clinical evaluation of the effect of tamsulosin hydrochloride and flower pollen extract on urinary disturbance associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia in a multicentered study

Conducted by: Aoki A, Naito K, Hashimoto O, Yamaguchi M, Hara Y, Baba Y, Wada T, Joko K, Nagao K, Yamakawa G, Suyama K, Nagata K, Matsuyama H, Hirao H, Shimizu Y, Hironaka H, Isoyama R, Takemoto M, Tuchida M, Shiraishi K, Kato M, Kamiryo Y, Harada H, Otsuka T, Mitsui H, Nasu T, Hayashida S, Jojima K, Sacho T, Koshido Y, Harada N.

Department of Urology, Yamaguchi University School of Medicine.


Plant extracts in the medical management of benign prostatic hyperplasia: fact or fiction?

Conducted by: Mahoney JE.

Assistant Professor, Department of Urology, Wellesley Hospital, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario.







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