Prostate Massage and Supplements
Prostate massage can increase the effectiveness of antibiotics and supplements. (FN1) When massaging the prostate, circulation is restored to the genitourinary system, easing the flow of supplements and antibiotics throughout the body while helping to drain and unclog blocked ducts and glands. (FN 2) As a result, supplements and antibiotics are able to travel to more areas of the body, including areas of the genitourinary system and prostate that are normally harder for antibiotics and supplements to penetrate.
Use of the Pro-State Massager in combination with supplements and/or antibiotics provides added benefits for prostate health.
The Pro-State will help restore blood flow to stagnant areas of the body and allow supplements and antibiotics to effectively travel to these hard to reach areas.
Moreover, a mixture of prostate massage with supplements and/or antibiotics such as the Prosta-Q addresses prostate
issues from two different angles.
The Pro-State Massager improves circulation and drainage of the genitourinary system through direct massage
and exercise while supplements like the Prosta-Q alleviate prostate symptoms through improving the content
make up of the body. (FN2, FN3) Hence, prostate massage along with supplements and/or antibiotics create a plan that addresses prostate issues from two varying approaches, providing an even more effective and complete alternative.
Both the Pro-State Massager and the Prosta-Q complex can be used individually or in combination with one another.
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