The Scoop on Men’s Defense


According to BBC News, men, compared to women, are less likely to visit their primary physicians and more apt to wind up in the hospital due to health neglect. Another study claimed that 70% of men care more for their cars, then themselves. And that same article reported that 56% of women prioritize their partner’s health above their own.

While no one likes a stereotype, facts don’t lie and men could use a little help when it comes to their health, from the women who love them and, of course, Purium too. Prevention is key and that is what inspired Dave Sandoval to create Men’s Defense. This daily supplement is a scientifically-composed blend of herbs and plant extracts that can help your body’s defenses against health concerns unique to men.

Here’s a list of the ingredients, where they come from, and the benefits that go along with them so you can see for yourself!

Saw Palmetto Extract – One of the most popular plant-based remedies to support a healthy prostate. Some studies have also showed that it may help maintain healthy growth for men.

Pygeum Extract –  Found across Africa, this tree bark may also support a healthy prostate. Other research has also showed a variety of potential benefits that target inflammation, hair loss and bladder control.

Nettle Extract – Studies suggest that nettle root extract, in combination with saw palmetto, may be effective at relieving symptoms such as reduced urinary flow, incomplete emptying of the bladder, and the constant urge to urinate.

Pumpkin Seed Extract – Derived from the seeds of a pumpkin, they are dried and the oil is extracted. This extract may work as a light diuretic and relief during urination.

Red Clover Extract – Red clover is an herb that commonly grows wild in meadows throughout Europe and Asia, and has been naturalized to grow in North America as well. Research findings suggest that red clover’s isoflavones may be effective for helping to slow down signs of aging on the skin.

Lycopene – Lycopene is a naturally occurring chemical that gives fruits and vegetables a red color. It is one of a number of pigments called carotenoids. Lycopene is a powerful antioxidant.

When it comes to prevention, Dave likes to quote Benjamin Franklin, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”


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