What is Prosvent?
Prosvent is a dietary supplement advertised to contain natural substances and minerals that help reduce symptoms connected to prostate enlargement, such as a weak urinary stream, hesitancy during urination, combats urinary infection, helps fight inflammation, reduces urgency and frequency of urination, reduces waking up to urinate, pain, and sexual dysfunction.
The official site claims this product is clinically shown to support prostate health and Prosvent is even boasted to give definite results after just 30 days.
The product is designed to be an easy-to-use supplement and it is available for order via various distribution sites, as well as the official one.
Prosvent is claimed to contain all natural ingredients that are popular within the domain of helping and reducing prostate problems. The official lists the ingredients found in this product and how it is beneficial for helping you treat prostate problems. They have listed these 9 ingredients:
- Saw Palmetto Extract
- Nettle Root Extract
- Pygeum Africanum
- Black Pepper Extract
- Pumpkin Seed Oil
- Vitamin D
This product has very easy and simple instructions, much similar to many other supplements in this area. You are instructed to take two soft gel capsules a day. The instructions are vague as to the method or intake, but we suppose it is with meals – one with breakfast and one with dinner. Is taking two pills at once allowed? We are not sure nor could we find information on this online.
The interesting thing is that we weren’t able to see the exact price on the official site, even when clicking the purchase button. The price is shown only after you enter your personal info and credit card number, which we obviously didn’t do. It appears that you are only able to purchase the product via their website if you sign up for a free trial and auto ship program.
The price for 1 bottle of Prosvent on other sites for online purchases is $59.95. The bottle contains 60 capsules, which means it is a one-month supply.
Possible Side Effects
The official page does not have any warnings about side effects for this supplement. We reckon there are very few and they are unlikely, but the common conception about these types of supplements is that they are not to be taken during pregnancy or breastfeeding. They are also not to be taken without consulting a health care professional because some ingredients may not be compatible with some other medications if the person in question is taking any.
The manufacturer of this product has a return policy that they call a ‘Love it or Return It’ guarantee. With this, they are promising that within 30 days of purchase, if at any time you feel dissatisfied with Prosvent, you can call their customer service, cancel your order and return the unused portion for a complete refund of your purchase price, minus the costs of shipping and processing. This manufacturer offers this product to be purchased through their website only by signing up for a free trial, and at the end of 30 days, if you haven’t cancelled your subscription, then your card will be automatically billed. This is generally a way for manufacturers to get customers credit card details, so be aware of this.
The Bottom Line
Prosvent has been pretty well advertised over the years. We’ve even found some old television footage of doctors talking about it. But, it is all just a simple advertising campaign. The feedback given in the review section of the official site is overwhelmingly positive, which makes it appear unrealistic. Other reviews and feedback on other sites have all stated that Prosvent is successful in some cases or unsuccessful in others. The fact that you can only buy this product on the manufacturer’s website by first signing up for their programs and giving over your credit card information is the biggest drawback of this product.