Prostact Tablet

100 Nos

MRP ₹550.00

(Inclusive of all taxes)

Categories: Men's care 

Tags: Anti-bacterialBenign prostate hypertrophyBenign prostatic hyperplasiaDiuretic, inflammationMen, MicturitionProstateUrinary 
Available Stock : In Stock

Manufacturer: Kerala Ayurveda Ltd. Athani Post, Aluva, Ernakulam District, Kerala - 683585

Country of Origin: India


Ayurvedic Prostact Tablet

Prostate Health, Naturally

Prostate problems can be the cause of extreme physical and mental discomfort. The prostate is a key organ that is part of the male reproductive system. It helps produce seminal fluid that enables the sperm to travel. However, the prostate is a sensitive part, therefore it is prone to several problems like prostatitis that can occur due to infections. Prostate problems can be frustrating as it usually affects bladder control. This leads to frequent urges to urinate and dribble, which can affect one’s daily life and activities. It can be a painful experience to tackle the pain in the lack of proper advice and medical care. 

Ayurveda offers natural ways to experience relief for prostate problems through herbal medicines. Prostact Tablet is an Ayurvedic medicine for prostate problem treatment. It is specifically used for the treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is a condition of enlargement of the prostate which leads to blockage at the urethral opening, causing pain and discomfort in men. 

Prostact Tablet acts on BPH by reducing inflammation, arresting cell proliferation and correcting Zinc deficiency. The anti-inflammatory, diuretic and anti-bacterial effects of the blend of herbs viz., Varuna (Crataeva nurvala), Gokshura (Tribulus terrestris), Khadira (Acacia catechu), Ulsi (Linum usitatissimum), Pitakushmanda (Cucurbita maxima), Yashad bhasma (Source of Zinc), along with Ayurvedic classical formulation Varunadi kwath, makes Prostact effective in treating associated symptoms of BPH including frequent urination, inability to empty bladder, urgency and in extreme cases involuntary urination like dribbling and urination in the middle of the night. Gokshura has been traditionally used in treating urogenital conditions and Khadir, Ayurvedic medicine for the prostate has traditionally been used as an aphrodisiac and to reduce an enlarged prostate.

Some of the risk factors related to the development of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are:

  • Sex Steroid Hormones: Multiple studies have explored links of sex steroid hormones (testosterone, dihydrotestosterone- DHT and estrogen) with BPH and LUTS. Increased risk of BPH with increased serum concentrations of DHT and its metabolites 15-16-17.

  • Genetics: Gene polymorphisms have been concerned with the development of BPH. Many studies showed increased risk of symptomatic BPH and LUTS when deletions of Glutathione S-transferase enzyme genes 18. Another study demonstrated a 16-fold risk of BPH in the presence of the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) G-158A single nucleotide polymorphism 19.

  • Obesity: Increased obesity is definitely associated with increased prostate volume. One study showed that obese males (BMI ≥ 35 kg/m 2) had a 3.5-fold increased risk of BPH as compare to non-obese (BMI <25 kg/m 2) male 20.

  • Physical Activity: Increased physical activity and exercise reduced the risk of BPH or LUTS. A sedentary lifestyle is a very important risk factor for the development of BPH or LUTS in older age 21-22.

  • Diet: Multiple studies have explored strong links between diet and risk of BPH or LUTS in older age. Increase use of fat, milk, alcohol consumption, dairy products, cereals and bread increase the risks of symptomatic BPH and LUTS 23-24. The risk of BPH and LUTS are less when concentrations of vitamin E, lycopene and carotene are more in the body.



Each Prostact Tablet prepared out of:

  •  Varuna (Crataeva nurvala) ………………………………..55 mg

  • Goshkra (Tribulus terrestris) …………………………….55 mg

  • Khadira (Acacia catechu) …………………………………55 mg

  • Pitakushmanda (Cucurbita maxima) ………………….55 mg

  • Ulsi (Linum usitatissimum) …………………………….27.5 mg

  • Yashada Bhasma (Zinc) …………………………………..27.5 mg 


About Prostact Tablet


BPH is one of the biggest health concerns among older men. Ayurvedic medicine for prostate enlargement is a herbal remedy that can help treat the problem. The Prostact Tablet from Kerala Ayurveda is formulated with potent ingredients that work together to give relief from prostate gland enlargement symptoms and help those experiencing frequent urination. 


Ingredients in Prostact Tablet

Prostact Tablet is an ayurvedic treatment for BPH as it comprises of natural ingredients to provide relief from symptoms of BPH. It is made from a combination of the following ingredients which have unique capabilities of helping treat various prostate-related disorders.

Varunadi Kwath

  • Has antimicrobial property

  • Helps heal prostate enlargement

  • Inhibits production of uric acid

  • Has anti-obesity property

  • Is antibacterial

  • Prevents kidney stone formation

  • Helps correct cell activities in the body


  • Has anti-inflammatory property

  • Strengthens bladder muscles

  • Is a litholytic herb

  • Is a detoxifier

  • Purifies blood

  • Helps boost metabolism

  • Balances excess Vata and Kapha doshas



  • Has diuretic property

  • Cures urinary infections

  • Cleanses organs in the lower abdomen

  • Helps heal prostate disorders


  • Is a natural detoxifier

  • Helps to balance Kapha and pitta dosha

  • Has anti-inflammatory property

  • Has astringent property


  • Has impressive anti-oxidants

  • Is an antibacterial ingredient


  • Helps heal prostate problems

  • Is hemostatic

  • Is anti-inflammatory

  • Has antifungal property

  • Is a herbal detoxifier


  • Gives relief from an enlarged prostate

  • Has anti-inflammatory property

Yashada Bhasma

  • Has immune-modulatory property

  • Prevents respiratory problems

  • Helps heal BPH symptoms

  • Is anti-inflammatory

  • Helps heal urinary disorders


Prostact tablet is an Ayurvedic medicine for prostate health prepared using several ingredients that help in treating prostate problems. One of the key ingredients is Varunadi Kwath. This is an Ayurvedic formulation that is used to prepare medicines for use in the Ayurvedic treatment for prostate enlargement. Varanadi Kwath is also known by the names of Varunadi Kwath and Varanadi Kashwayam. It is prepared as per the guidelines given in the classical Ayurvedic text Ashtangahridayam.  

Varanadi Kwath is used for prostate treatment in Ayurveda since it is made using a host of ingredients that are beneficial for prostate health. Some of the key ingredients used to prepare this Kwath are:

  • Varana (Crataeva religiosa)

  • Sairyaka (Strobilanthes ciliatus)

  • Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus)

  • Bilwa (Aegle marmelos)

  • Brihati (Solanum melongena)

  • Karanja (Pongamia glabra)

  • Bahala Pallava (Moringa oleifera)

  • Rujakara (Semecarpus anacardium)


Using Prostact

Prostact is an Ayurvedic supplement for prostate problems. It is available in the form of tablets. One or two tablets are to be taken twice every day or as per the instructions of an ayurvedic expert. It is meant for use by adult men who suffer from Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. The medicine works by reducing inflammation in the cells that causes problems. It also helps in treating zinc deficiency that contributes to the problems. It also arrests the proliferation of cells.


About BPH


Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or BPH, affects men all over the world. It has varying symptoms including an urgent need to urinate, inability to urinate fully, and a weak stream of urine. Men with BPH are more prone to wake up in the middle of the night to urinate and there might be blood in their urine as well. Urinary incontinence is often experienced alongside BPH and this condition is characterized by losing control of the bladder. 


Causes of BPH and Urinary Incontinence 

The causes of BPH are as follows:

  • Change in sex hormones is believed to be one of the major causes of BPH. As men grow older, they are at a higher risk of developing BPH. Men under the age of 40 are at a lower risk of developing BPH but some men can still develop the problem

  • Some men use beta-blockers for a condition that they are suffering from. Beta-blockers can cause an increase in the risk of prostate gland enlargement in men

  • Family history can contribute to the enlargement of the prostate gland in men. You are more prone to prostate gland enlargement if any man in your immediate family has had the problem. A blood relative is more likely to increase your likelihood of having the problem

  • Men who are diabetic or suffer from any type of heart disease are at a higher risk of developing BPH symptoms and getting the disease

  • BPH can be caused as a result of lifestyle. Men who do not exercise sufficiently or lead a sedentary lifestyle are more likely to get BPH. Men who are overweight or obese are more likely to develop symptoms of BPH too 


Urinary incontinence causes are as follows:

  • Age is a major factor that can cause urinary incontinence. It  causes the bladder muscles to weaken which increases the risk

  • An enlarged prostate can cause urinary incontinence

  • If your pelvic floor muscles have been damaged, then you are at a higher risk of developing urinary incontinence

  • Bladder cancer is one of the causes of urinary incontinence

  • Medicines such as those used to control blood pressure can cause urinary incontinence. Certain sedatives can increase the risk of urinary incontinence

  • If you suffer from urinary tract infections then you are more likely to develop urinary incontinence

  • Urinary incontinence can be caused if you drink too much alcohol or other fluids such as water and coffee

  • Kidney stones can lead to urinary incontinence


Ayurveda On Prostate Health


Prostate health is of importance and any imbalance should be rectified at the start of the first symptom. Many men think that prostate problems only occur after a certain age but this does not hold true. Prostate enlargement can occur early when the imbalances in the doshas are excessive. There are many reasons why prostate problems develop in men and one of the reasons is lack of exercise. Men who have an over-active sex life can develop prostate problems as well. Men who drink alcohol daily can develop prostate-related problems. 

Men who have a high toxin buildup in their bodies are more likely to experience problems related to the prostate gland. Men who don’t drink enough water and do not urinate when they have an urge to do so can essentially increase the risk of prostate-related issues. Those who don’t follow a proper routine, whether it is for eating or sleeping or other activities, are more likely to suffer from prostate gland-related problems and issues. Prostate problems can be linked with Ama. Ama is defined as the buildup of impurities in the body that occur due to weak digestion. An enlarged prostate occurs when the ama combines with rakta dhatu and rasa dhatu. The reason is that this combination affects the mutra vaha srotas which in turn causes the prostate gland to enlarge and this can lead to BPH among other problems. Ageing is seen as one of the causes of this taking place but an increase in ama can occur due to imbalance early in the life of men as well.

When the prostate is affected by Vata imbalance, it leads to a condition known as Vatashteela. (Here, the reference to astheela is made to compare the prostate to astheela, a small stone used to sharpen iron weapons). Apana Vata is a type of Vata, which is vitiated leading to this condition. Ayurveda states that holding back urination or controlling defecation is one of the causes of this condition. Old age, general debility, improper digestion, and consuming more of dry food can cause this vitiation. BPH due to Vata vitiation results in symptoms like intermittent urination, froth in the urine, foul-smelling urine, and pain while urinating. 

When the Kapha Dosha is prominent, the symptoms that can be observed are excess urination at night, feeling of incompleteness even after voiding, slow stream of urine, and straining to pass urine. In case Pitta is affected, then there is likely to be irritation of the urinary bladder accompanied by inflammation. 

There are various Ayurvedic solutions like Ayurvedic medicine for the prostate and others available that are linked to improving diet and lifestyle. Men should eat warm food as this can help alleviate ama and increase digestion power. Adding turmeric to food is an effective way of preventing prostate problems from occurring. Men should eat asparagus, broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower when they are in season. These are effective in treating prostate problems. Mild spices should be used when cooking food. Adding fibrous food to the diet is highly beneficial for men. Spices such as black pepper are effective too. 

Avoiding certain foods that are detrimental to effective prostate function is a good idea. Men should not eat extreme-tasting foods. That is, avoiding food that is too salty, oily, spicy, or sweet is recommended in Ayurveda to ensure a balance of doshas. Men should drink water throughout the day. However, drinking before going to bed is not recommended as it can cause men to wake up at night to urinate. Drinking milk or lassi is recommended for ensuring a healthy prostate. Grains such as quinoa are recommended for a healthy prostate.

Men can eat soaked almonds or walnuts as these can help balance the three doshas. Men can take herbal zinc supplements for treating prostate-related problems as well according to Ayurveda. Apart from these easy-to-follow tips, there are some lifestyle changes that men can make to prevent and help in the treatment of prostate gland-related problems and other men’s problems. 

Yoga is one of the best ways to exercise and some asanas can be extremely beneficial for men. Garudasana, sarvangasana, simhasana, and shirshasana are four powerful poses that help alleviate men’s problems. Kapalabhati is an effective breathing pranayama that does wonders. Men should quit smoking and drinking alcohol if they want to improve their prostate health. Ayurveda encourages taking breaks during work instead of sitting in one place for long periods. During this break, men can stretch and move around.

Sleeping is important and Ayurveda states that you should get adequate sleep according to your needs. It is best if men follow a routine so that they sleep well every night. This can help keep the prostate healthy. Men should focus on maintaining their body temperature as anything extreme can cause an imbalance to occur. Men can opt for oil massage especially of their hands and feet as this can balance doshas and relax the body.


Tips for Prostate care:

  • Keep hydrated, drink sufficient water (at least 2 litres) 

  • Do not hold back natural urges 

  • Minimise intake of caffeine and alcohol 

  • Avoid sitting in one place for too much time 

  • Massage the area between the testicles and anus with castor oil gently 

  • Include turmeric, cumin, mint, and fenugreek while cooking food

And finally, if you want to opt for supplements opt for a natural route using Ayurvedic medicine for the prostate.




1. What is the first sign of a prostate problem?

Frequent urination, foul smell, burning sensation during urinating, low urine stream, and droplets after urinating are the first few signs of prostate problem. However, according to Ayurveda, symptoms may vary as per underlying prostate problems and Doshas. Ayurvedic medicine for prostate can help you to a great extent to maintain a healthy prostate.


2. What foods are good for shrinking the prostate?

Ayurveda recommends that adding quinoa, soaked almonds, soaked walnuts, milk, lassi, sweet and juicy fruits to your diet can be really effective in shrinking the prostate. Additionally, one can also consider consuming zinc supplements for the issue. Nuts, legumes, and shellfish are a rich source of zinc. You can also use spices like fenugreek, turmeric, cumin, mint, and fennel while cooking food. Following the right diet plan and staying hydrated can help maintain a healthy prostate.


3. What is the latest treatment for enlarged prostate?

The latest treatment to consider for the prostate issue is water ablation. It has fewer side effects too. 
The water ablation procedure is performed in two ways:

  • Water inoculated into the prostate. Then the water pressure during this procedure destroys some prostate tissues; hence, shrinking the enlarged prostate.
  • In another procedure, prostate tissue is destroyed with the help of steam.

However, the treatment for enlarged prostate will depend on the severity of your symptoms and if you have any related complications. If you don't want to go through the surgical process, you can also consider Ayurvedic medicine for prostate. Our Ayurvedic Prostact Tablet is made of potent herbs that are effective in helping manage the prostate condition.


4. What is the best thing to drink for your prostate?

Frequent urination doesn't mean you have to reduce your water intake. Drinking a lot of water or fruit juice in a day can help relieve the prostate problem for men. But remember to stop the intake two hours before bedtime. Also, it is better to avoid drinking soda, energy drinks, alcohol, and coffee.


5. Is banana good for BPH?

There is no evidence backing bananas as a good source to help manage BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia). However, the banana peel or flower is examined as a natural way of helping deal with the BPH problem. It can help shrink the prostate, as per the study conducted on mice. But more research is required for the same.




  • Benign Prostate Hypertrophy


1-2 tablets twice daily or as directed by the physician

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