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Summary of Clinical Trial Conducted - Magnus Prime

Effect of Cernitin 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

“These results suggested that CN-009 (Cernitin pollen-extract)
administered subacutely enhanced PP and
promoted the function of urinary bladder.”

Effect of Cernitin pollen-extract on the sex-hormone-induced Nonbacterial Prostatitis in Rats

Conducted by: Mitsue Hanamoto, Min Liao, Hajime Suzuki, Mitsuoki Ohba, Masato Honma, Akiko Nagashima, Syouhei Namikata, Shigeru Satoh, Makoto Ishii, Fumio Kimura and Etsuji Higak

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

“These results suggest that CN-009 may recover the
prostatic epithelial cell dysfunction and have
the mild anti-inflammatory properties.”

Assessment of Sensitizing Potential of Cernitin T60 and Cernitin GBX

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

“It is concluded that the standardized Cernitin extract of
pollen is devoid of allergenic properties when administered
by the oral route. This has amply been demonstrated in therapeutic
use as well as in special studies involving high dosage in atopic patients.”

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

Conducted by: Nadeem Talpur, Bobby Echard, Debasis Bagchi, Manashi Bagchi and Harry G. Preuss

Department of Physiology, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC, School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Creighton University Medical Center, Omaha, NE, USA

“Many large trials have found that SPE and Cernitin T63 improved
prostatic symptomatology and even compared favourably with finasteride
when compared head to head…These studies corroborate the potential
of Saw Palmetto (whole berry and extract) and Cernitin T63 to influence
prostatic hyperplasia via effects on androgen metabolism.”

Randomized Trial of a Combination of Natural Products

Conducted by: Harry G. Preuss MD, MACN, CNS, Charlyn Marcusen PhD, James Regan MD, Ira W. Klimberg MD, Timothy A. Welebir MD, William A. Jones MD

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

“This combination of natural products when taken over 3 months
significantly lessened nocturnia and frequency, diminished overall
symptomatology of BPH as indicated by the improvement in the total
AUA Symptom Index scores while causing no significant adverse effects.”