A small fan palm found growing wild in the warm climates of the southeastern United States. The main action of this herb is to block the “active site of the enzyme” 5α-reductase. The 5α-reductase enzyme is responsible for creating the DHT hormone, which when produced in excess can cause hair loss.† By blocking this process, excess DHT production can be limited.1
One in vitro study demonstrated a 50% reduction in this enzyme, which is similar to the results produced by leading prescription solutions.† 2
If you can control DHT production, you are 1/4 of the way to addressing the PINK Method and unlocking hair growth. This makes Saw Palmetto extract a key component of any hair loss formula.