The Prostate: How To Overcome BPH and Frequent Urination
DISCLAIMER: If you have been diagnosed by your doctor with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), the Optimal Health Network offers the following therapeutic products and protocols to assist you in supporting your prostate health under the supervision of your doctor. We make no claim or guarantee for cure or relief of any symptom, medical condition, or disease when using any of these products or protocols.
Many men feel uncomfortable talking about the
prostate, since this gland plays a role in both sex and urination. Talking openly about the prostate is important, because good prostate health throughout your entire lifetime may be achievable if you regularly take care of your prostate! As you will see in the testimonial below, many men erroneously
believe that prostate problems are unavoidable with aging. Not true!
What can you do to optimize the health of the prostate and overcome BPH and frequent urination?
1. Take an enema series one to seven times per week for a period of three months.
2. Apply our OHN Essential Oil Blend for BPH directly to the prostate area using suppositories.
Most OHN clients who have used this self-care protocol have reported improved prostate health and significant relief from symptoms of BPH, including frequent urination. With restored healthy circulation from home colon cleansing and implanting of BPH Essential Oil Blend suppositories,
many men are finding that the prostate can return to full health, sometimes very quickly.
Here I share the success story of one client who has worked with this healing program:
Relief from Frequent Urination
"Your how-to enema advice made taking a daily enema series easy as pie. Each
night, after I did this, I then have used your essential oil
suppository for prostate health and my benign prostatic hyperplasia,
which my doctor told me was as natural to aging as gray hair. I didn't
want to believe that - I am only 52 years old. After a week, I no
longer was dealing with frequent urination. Now, three months later, I
am still in great shape. I take a weekly enema and use the essential
oil suppositories twice a week. Thank you. This is such a relief. I
would wake up as many as 5 times a night to urinate. Now, after using
your program, I sleep like a baby. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Believe me, I am telling all my friends - those who will listen, of
course. It is kind of a touchy subject..." ~ Bob
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) affects approximately 50% of men between the ages of 51 and 60, and up to 90% of men over the age of 80.
BPH is an avoidable enlargement of the prostate gland. The prostate gland (from the Greek prostates: literally "one who stands before", "protector", "guardian") is a
filter to protect the sperm from toxins. Yes, one of its main jobs is to
collect toxins. Of course, after many years of its cleansing work, the
prostate needs support to continue to filter toxins without losing all
of its elegant functioning. Using our BPH protocols, you can support your prostate over the long term so that you don't develop BPH and experience all of its unpleasant symptoms such as frequent urination, a sensation that the bladder isn't empty, and a sudden need to urinate.
Natural Remedies for Enlarged Prostate & Frequent Urination
Kristina Amelong, CCT, CNC, owner of Optimal Health Network, discusses natural home remedies for enlarged prostate and frequent urination, and outlines the steps you can take to support overall prostate health.
Essential Oils for Prostate Health
Kristina Amelong, CCT, CNC outlines her support protocols for prostate issues such as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostatitis.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
Watch this video to see how one of our Optimal Health Center clients overcame benign prostatic hyperplasia with our recommended treatments.
Optimal Health Network's Protocol for Treating BPH and Optimizing Prostate Health
A blend of frankincense, myrrh, orange, sage, peppermint, and geranium essential oils is used in a coconut oil suppository at night, ideally after taking an enema series.
Delivering these essential oils via the colon brings their supportive
powers directly to the prostate, where they are most needed.
1. How To Take an Enema Series
An effective enema program occurs when you are able to infuse enough therapeutic enema solution into your colon to stimulate
peristalsis throughout the entire colon, thus cleansing the entire colon. This is achieved by taking a series of three enemas.
2. Video: How To Make Essential Oil Suppositories
Essential oil suppositories to treat BPH can be made using a
coconut oil, and our OHN Essential Oil Blend for BPH. The molds of the suppository trays we sell are rounded at the
bottom to create easy-to-use suppositories for smooth insertion into the rectum.
The design of the silicone trays also allows for easy popping out of the suppositories.
Add liquid coconut oil into the bottom of each
mold of the tray, then freeze. Once the molds are solid, add 5-6 drops of the
essential oil blend, then fill each cube to its top. Freeze again.
Use the suppositories as needed by inserting them into the rectum.
Some people may leak out oil. You many need to sleep on a Chux pad or use a pad in
your underwear. If you insert the suppository at bedtime, you will have
By Kristina Amelong, CCT, CNC
I-ACT-Certified Colon Hydrotherapist
Certified Nutritional Consultant
▶︎ Need more detailed guidance in maintaining your prostate health?
Personal Health Consultations with
Kristina Amelong, CCT, CNC
For personalized support with your prostate health program, I would be happy to assist via a scheduled phone consultation. I charge an affordable $2.25 per minute, for as many or as few minutes as you need!
First complete any relevant sections of my secure online intake form. Upon submitting the form, you will be prompted to schedule a consultation time with me via my online booking system.
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