Graminex G63™ Flower for men’s prostate health

January 22, 2016

prostate-healthIt is estimated that 50% of men show symptoms of BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia) by the age of 50 years, and this increases to 75% in men over 80 years of age (1). In 40-50% of these patients, the symptoms become clinically significant and require treatment. Symptoms of BPH may even begin to appear in men younger than 30 years of age. Treatment for BPH ranges from careful monitoring to invasive surgery. Mild cases of BPH are often times monitored without prescription drug treatment and patients are recommended to watchfully wait. Today there is a broad range of pharmaceuticals available to help treat the symptoms associated with BPH, however many patients are not willing to live with the side-effects of these drugs.

Alternative Medicine?

Graminex G63™ Flower Pollen Extract is a standardized extract from flower pollen that has been used historically for over 50 years to support prostate health. This unique extract is supported by a substantial amount of open, placebo-controlled and double-blind clinical trials shown to help alleviate BPH and lower urinary tract symptoms in men.

G63™ Flower Pollen Extract Facts:

  • For men’s prostate health, specifically to reduce symptoms associated with BPH
  • May be used in combination with other dietary supplements
  • The percentages of actives in each batch are the same each and every time it is manufactured
  • Clinically supported for safety and efficacy
  • Non-solvent extracted
  • Standardized full spectrum formula
  • cGMP, Kosher, Pareve, Halal and Organic Processing Certified


Independent clinicals conducted have used a range of 500-1500 mg/day.

Modes of Action: Anti-Inflammatory & Anti-Congestive

Efficacy Studies:

  • European Urology published a randomized, multicenter, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 3 study showing significant improvements in total symptoms related to prostate health, including comfort and overall quality of life. Eur Urol 2009 Sep; 56(3): 544-51
  • Double-blind, placebo-controlled study published in the British Journal of Urology.Cernilton had a beneficial effect on prostate health and may help promote peak urine flow. Br J Urol 1990; 66(4):398-404
  • Published Study in Urology: Pollen extract provided support for prostate health. Urology 2006 Jan; 67(1): 60-63

(1) Rubenstein, J., McVary, K. Transurethral microwave thermotherapy of the prostate. Northwestern University Medical School. 2004.