Source: The Royal Gazette
The bark of an endangered African tree might prove a salvation for men with enlarged prostates. Bermudian Quincy Burgess has certainly bought into the theory. He started shipping the herbal remedy pygeum to the island from Africa two months ago.
He said there’s nothing controversial about the substance, which has been widely used in Europe for years.
“The French have been using pygeum in a number of different ways,” said Mr Burgess, who lives in Kenya. “In countries where alternative medicine is a way forward, there have been a number of studies on it.