December 3, 2023



Prostate disorders are common in men over the age of fifty. The prostate gland, which is about the size and shape of a chestnut, is located near the base of the bladder and surrounds the urethra. There are different types of prostate disorders, such as prostate enlargement (hypertrophy) and inflammation(prostatitis).


  1. Pressure on the pelvic region due to an erect position or prolonged sitting.
  2. Age-related  changes and loss of flexibility in the prostate gland.
  3. Exposure to cold, chill, and infectious diseases.
  4. continual irritation from excessive sexual excitement.
  5. Constipation leading to hardened feces and increased pressure on the prostate gland.


  1. Interference with urine flow:Prostate disorders can cause difficulties in passing urine like weak stream, interrupted flow, or the need to strain while urinating.
  2. Frequent need to urinate during the night: Increased frequency of urination during the night, disrupting sleep patterns, can be a symptom of prostate issues
  3. Dull aching pain in the lower back: Some individuals with prostate disorders experience a dull aching pain in the lower back.
  4. Pain in the hips, legs, and feet: Pain or discomfort  may be felt in the hips, legs, and feet, which can be associated with prostate problems.


  1. Pumpkin Seeds: Rich in unsaturated fatty acids, they help alleviate prostate problems. Take 60-90 grams per day in powdered form, sprinkled over food or mixed with flour. Pumpkin seed paste with honey or mixed with diluted milk and sugar is also an option
  2. Vegetable Juices: Consuming vegetable juices is helpful in treating prostate disorders. Carrot juice, either alone or in combination with spinach juice. For combined juices, mix 200 ml of spinach juice with 300 ml of carrot juice to prepare 500 ml or half a liter.
  3.  Zinc: Taking about 30 milligrams of zinc daily is beneficial for prostate problems.
  4. Vitamin E: Vitamin E is important for prostate health. Increase the consumption of vitamin E-rich foods or take a daily dose of 600 IU.Good sources include wholegrain products, leafy vegetables, eggs, milk and raw or sprouted seeds.
Disclaimer: The information provided here is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.