Saw Palmetto's diuretic and antiseptic properties has a strengthening effect on the mucous membranes of the urinary system. Saw Palmetto [Glandular], a member of the palm family and native to the coastal areas of Florida and Texas, was an important food source for Native Americans. They used the plant's ground-up seeds as food and believed the fruits had special health benefits. The plant's fanlike branches were used as brooms by early English settlers, and in modern times saw palmetto is sometimes used for garden cover. In herbology it is used primarily to support glandular tissues (especially prostate) and to balance the hormones.
- has diuretic and antiseptic properties
- strengthens the mucus membranes of the urinary tract
- supports glandular tissues, especially prostate
- assists in balancing hormones
- each capsule contains 550 mg saw palmetto