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Pumpkin Seed Oil Used in Treatment of Prostate Disease

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Squash seed is rich in minerals, protein, and unsaturated fat with health benefits in preventing prostate disease, bone diseases, and arthritis

Planted for the first time in Mexico around 1400 B.C., pumpkin belongs to the gourd family also known as cucurbit. During his explorations, Christopher Columbus reported planting pumpkins for the first time in 1492 calling it “Indian melon”, a very delicious fruit used in treating many diseases
Pumpkin seeds may improve benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) symptoms, including enlarged prostate, in men aged 50 years or older. An important factor involved in BPH is the excessive stimulation of prostate cells by testosterone or dihydrotestosterone (DHT)
The ingredients of pumpkin seed oil, including carotenoids, can stop prostate cells from multiplying
In addition, pumpkin seeds are high in zinc with many important health benefits for the prostate