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PRODUCTS FOUND IN
- • DHT blocker
- • Antioxidant
- • Anti-inflammatory
The berries of the saw palmetto are known to be a dihydrotestosterone (DHT) blocker. They specifically affect the 5-alpha reductase enzyme, which is responsible for converting testosterone into DHT - the hormone responsible for male and female pattern hair thinning.
Does Saw Palmetto in Shampoo Thicken Hair?
Despite the name, it’s the berries of the tree that provide the medicinal benefits it’s so famous for. From antioxidant properties to anti-inflammatory properties, the list is far from short. While scientists...
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Natural preparation for treatment of male pattern hair loss
US Patent Office
Saw palmetto extracts potently and noncompetitively inhibit human α1‐adrenoceptors in vitro
Wiley Online Library
Potency of a novel saw palmetto ethanol extract, SPET-085, for inhibition of 5α-reductase II