Research has suggested that high levels of a hormone called DHT are linked to hair loss in men and women as well as stimulating the growth of prostate cells, producing normal growth in adolescence but contributing to benign prostatic hyperplasia(BPH) in many older men. Research suggests that nettle root inhibit cellular binding of DHT, therefore having a potentially benefical effect on BPH and hair loss due to hormonal imbalances.
Zinc reduces the conversion of testosterone to oestrogen, again helping to maintain healthy testosterone to oeastrgen balance.
High levels of DHT have also been linked to acne. DHT stimulates excess oil production which can lead to breakouts and acne.
This supplement may help males with frequent urination due to an enlarged prostate and reduce female and male pattern baldness.