WHAT IS SAW PALMETTO? - Saw palmetto is a type of palm native to the southeastern United States. The berries of the plant are commonly used in supplements to supports prostate health, urinary function and prevent hair loss in men.*
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MAINTAIN HEALTHY HAIR GROWTH - Studies have shown saw palmetto berry works in the body by maintaining healthy levels of DHT, a primary contributor to male-pattern baldness. Managing healthy DHT levels may also help promote healthy urination and prostate health.*
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