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- Saw palmetto (sometimes referred to as sabal in Europe) is a native of the southeast United States. The berries of the plant are used medicinally.
- In the early part of the twentieth century, saw palmetto berry tea was commonly recommended by herbalists for a variety of urinary tract ailments in men.
- Pygeum is an evergreen tree found in the higher elevations of central and southern Africa. The bark is used medicinally.
- The powdered bark was used as a tea for relief of urinary disorders in African herbal medicine.
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