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Excreting toxins

by Matthew Fair
(Victoria Canada)

If the prostate filters toxins, why doesn't it deliver them to the excretory function? Do you know anything about vitamin C and Hemp (cannabis) oil washing out toxins? Might these work on BPH?


Ron here...

Toxins can be released through urination and ejaculation. Some are expelled into the veins as well. The problem becomes difficult if we have too many toxins and possible pathogens and infections inside the prostate.

Then there is just too much and BPH cells start to grow and harden or calcify.

Herbs, supplements and prostate massage can help. But there is no one answer for all men. By learning how to personally test your inputs you can discover what supplements may be useful and which you should avoid.

Go to that section on my site or better yet read my new book:

I would also recommend going to the 3D Prostate Cure site and read all about how BPH develops and how the clinic treats it. They are the best in the world in my opinion.

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Oct 23, 2017
Excreting toxins 2
by: Matthew Fair

Thanks for your reply, Ron. It puzzles me to think that the prostate filters toxins and then excretes them in ejaculation. Doesn't that precisely contradict the idea that it is protecting semen?


Ron here...

Most toxins would be excreted by urination and internal blood flow flushing while ejaculation will help to keep the prostate healthy. I would imagine that excessive toxins that we have from the western diet would never be fully discharged. We live in a toxin filled world.

Organic diet and healthy lifestyle with moderate exercise can certainly help to minimize the toxic overload.

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