PALMITO OF SIERRA

sabalserenoa repens bartram.



PALMITO OF SIERRA (sabalserenoa repens bartram.) - HIPERnatural.COM
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PALMITO OF SIERRA
sabalserenoa repens bartram.
Other Names:

Palmerita, Palmito Sierra, Serenoa.

The fruits of this small American palm are datilillos that are consumed from yesteryear in Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and other states of south - eastern North America. It seems that the ancient indigenous people already knew their medicinal properties, and even used as aphrodisiacs. Have been recently discovered active ingredients in them very interesting, and currently entering the composition of various pharmaceutical preparations.

Habitat: sand dunes and coastal regions of south - eastern United States, primarily in Florida. It is also found in some regions of Central America.

Description: palm tree about 3 meters from the family of Palmáceas, with ivory - colored flowers. Its fruits are a drupe of about 2 cms. in length, which when ripe acquire brown or blackish, with wrinkled skin.

Used parts: the ripe fruit.

Properties and indications: the lipid extract that is obtained from the fruits, after half dissolving in fat, contains various phytosterols, especially beta - sitosterol, an alcohol triterpenic (cicloartenol) aliphatic fatty alcohols and high molecular weight, all of them anti - inflammatory action on the prostate. Its mechanism of action of hormonal type, preventing the proliferation of androgens on the prostate tissue.

Prostate: the use of sabal is very useful in cases of hypertrophy or prostate adenoma. Stops the growth of the gland and reduces the inconvenience of urinary own prostate syndrome: dysuria (difficulty with urination) frequency (the need to urinate often) and bladder tenesmus (permanent feeling of desire to urinate) Is also indicated in cases of prostatitis, both acute and chronic.

Diuretic: in addition to their properties antiprostáticas this plant favors a mild diuresis. It is slightly pectoral.

Use: fresh fruit is ripe can consume 50 to 100 grams a day. Cooked fruits are taken from 50 to 100 grams a day. Also in extracts that are part of the composition of various pharmaceutical preparations.


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