Rye Pollen prostate dosage dose benefits, sexual enhancement, erectile dysfunction
November 2 2016

Rye pollen extract is known in Europe as Cernilton. Rye pollen extract has been used for the treatment of chronic prostatitis. There are a number of compound in rye pollen including cyclic hydroxamic acid which prevents the growth of prostate cells. Other compounds include stigmasterol, quercetin, and cernitin. Research shows when taken for 3 months, a combination of natural products (rye pollen extract, saw palmetto, Beta sitosterol, and vitamin E) compared to placebo can significantly lessen nocturia and frequency and diminish overall symptomatology of BPH.

As of 2016 we are not aware of rye pollen extract research in humans that does not involve a trademarked product name such as Cernilton.

Erectile dysfunction, impotence
Tribulus terrestris extract is a good aphrodisiac, and there are reports that rye pollen extract may also be of benefit in erectile dysfunction or sexual enhancement.

Cernitin and Cernilton products
Cernitin pollen extract is a preparation made from eight kinds of pollen and has been used for various prostatic diseases in Japan and Europe. Cernitin is a trademarked standardized flower pollen extract from a variety of plants. Cernilton, prepared from the rye-grass pollen Secale cereale, is one of the several herbal agents available for the treatment of prostate enlargement.

Rye Pollen Research for BPH, prostate enlargement
Preuss HG. Randomized trial of a combination of natural products (cernitin, saw palmetto, B-sitosterol, vitamin E) on symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Int Urol Nephrol 2001. Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC, USA.
Because benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is relatively common, it is important to discover safe and effective means to treat this often debilitating perturbation. Accordingly, we examined the effectiveness of a combination of natural products (cernitin, saw palmetto, B-sitosterol, vitamin E) in treating symptoms of BPH. We undertook a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study. Patients were enrolled from 3 urological practices in the USA. 144 subjects were randomized for study. 17 subjects eventually withdrew, leaving 70 patients in the test group and 57 in the placebo group to complete the study. Inclusion criteria consisted of a diagnosis of BPH, no evidence of cancer, and a maximal urinary flow rate between 5 and 15 ml/second. Patients received either placebo or the combined natural products for 3 months. Evaluations were performed via the American Urological Association (AUA) Symptom Index score, urinary flow rate, PSA measurement, and residual bladder volume. Nocturia showed a markedly significant decrease in severity in patients receiving the combined natural products compared to those taking placebo. Daytime frequency was also lessened significantly. When the average individual total AUA Symptom Index score in the test group was compared to that in the placebo group at the end of the study, the difference proved highly significant. PSA measurements, maximal and average urinary flow rates, and residual volumes showed no statistically significant differences. When taken for 3 months, a combination of natural products (cernitin, saw palmetto, B-sitosterol, vitamin E) compared to placebo can significantly lessen nocturia and frequency and diminish overall symptomatology of BPH as indicated by an improvement in the total AUA Symptom Index score. The combination of natural products caused no significant adverse side effects.

Additional articles of interest
Green tea extract is found
Lycopene is found in tomato extract
Pygeum Africanum extract is helpful for prostate problem
Quercetin is beneficial for allergy problems
Rye Pollen extract could be helpful for prostate problems
Saw palmetto extract is used in prostate formulas
Sitosterol is also known as beta sitorsterol
Stinging Nettle extract is helpful for prostate problems.

Rye Pollen extract available in vitamin stores, iherb, amazon
Q. I came across your website and saw that you carried rye pollen extract which I might be interesting in buying. One question. Must I buy it from the website? Or is rye pollen extract sold in fine health food stores. I live in Novi Michigan 48377 and have Better Health stores, Zerbos, Whole Foods, GNC, Vitamin Shoppe etc.
A. Rye pollen extract is sold in many health food stores.

Q. Where is a good source to buy rye pollen supplement?
A. We don’t have first hand knowledge of where to buy the best rye pollen supplement product.