The Prostate Supplement Brand 8 out of 10 Men Prefer*

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Doctor Recommended

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Less Bathroom,
More Bedroom

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Ingredients You Can Trust

  • Saw Palmetto Extract promotes prostate cell health

  • Beta-sitosterol and Zinc improve testosterone metabolism

  • Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid support a healthy blood flow

  • Selenium, Vitamin E and Lycopene rich in prostate friendly antioxidants

  • Pygeum Africanum (African Plum/Cherry Tree) promotes a healthy urine flow

  • Vitamin D, Calcium and Magnesium encourage mineral absorption and regulation

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Our Brand History

URINOZINC is the original prostate supplement brand that created the mass retail segment over 25 years ago. Our founder and original patent holder, Carlos Perez, fled from in Cuba when he landed here in the US. Starting from nothing, he earned his way to success as an importer, even winning accolades from the President at that time, Ronald Reagan, for his ingenuity and resourcefulness. As he grew older, he started to experience symptoms of an aging prostate and once again, took it upon himself to find a solution. The key ingredient in his solution, gathered from his research on the topic and traveling abroad to gain an understanding of what was helping men in Europe and Africa, happened to be right in his backyard in his South Florida: the saw palmetto plant. Perez says the experience changed his life, alleviating his condition and leading him into a new business venture.

"I can't imagine what my life would be like if I had not decided to do something about my condition instead of just listening to the accepted medical jargon," he says. "Sometimes you just have to find a way to help yourself. That's what I did." - Carlos Perez