Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens), is a small North American palm that gets its name from the spiny saw-toothed stems at the base of each leaf. The extract is derived from its dark berries, which are typically harvested around August to September.
Whilst Saw Palmetto has been traditionally used for men’s health, many practitioners are now turning their attention to the use of this herb for monthly female hormonal imbalances.
Each capsule provides a full 160mg of extract (equivalent to 1440mg of powdered berry) with an impressive 85 to 95% fatty acids and sterols. Like Lambert's Saw Palmetto Complex product this is a concentrated extract presented at a level that matches the scientific studies of note.
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