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Prostate Massage

As I'm sure you know, prostate illnesses and prostate cancer are enormous problems in this country. It's estimated that 80 percent of
American men will experience prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate gland) during their lifetimes. It's the third most prevalent diagnosis in men 51 years old or older, and accounts for 2 million annual visits to
urologists.

Alas, most of those men will be given some dubious drugs, and told by their doctors that prostatitis or BPH (benign prostatic hypertrophy) is something they'll have to learn to live with.

I don't think that's true. If you're willing to massage your prostate gland, chances are very good that your prostate problems will
disappear in short order. It's easy to do -- I do it -- and the massage device costs just $50.00. That's pretty cheap when you consider
that prostate surgery costs $30,000+.

I had never heard of prostate massage until I received Doctor David Williams' print newsletter of February, 2005. Williams is one of my few heros in the world of alternative health. I trust him implicitly. He devoted three pages of that newsletter to prostate problems, and said that the prostate massage device he recommended had been an"absolute Godsend" to dozens of men whom he knew personally.

I'm 65 and my prostate works perfectly. But just about every other man I know has problems. My two oldest friends from childhood
both came down with prostate cancer and opted for surgery. I don't want any part of that, so I bought the device that Doctor Williams
recommended, and began using it last August and September, as part of my preventive insurance program. I also figured that my
first-hand knowledge of it, might help some men who really need it; some of you, for instance.

The device is made by High Island Health in Houston. Their website is: http://www.HighIsland.com When you finish reading this message, go to that site and read some of the testimonials.

The prostate gland sits right smack in the middle of your lower pelvis, directly beneath the bladder and right next to the last 3 or 4 inches of your colon. The only way to get at it is by inserting a thumb, or this device, into the end of your colon, and using it to massage the prostate gland through the thin wall of the colon.

Why do you want to massage it? Because prostate illnesses are caused by inflammation. Young men keep their prostates healthy by
means of sexual ejaculation. Older men often lose their sexual function because their intestinal tract is so full of toxins that have accumulated over decades. So they're unable to "squeeze" out the milky fluid which the prostate makes and stores, and which is used to carry the semen to its destination. Additionally, the prostate soaks up toxins, like a sponge. But it's no longer a slightly wet sponge; now it's hard and congested and inflamed. That's the source of all prostate problems.

The massage device, when used correctly, will completely drain the prostate gland of stagnant liquids. It breaks up congestion and improves blood flow to the entire pelvic area. Sexual ejaculation will do much the same thing, but it's no longer an option for many older men.

The massage device looks much like a small dildo. High Island suggests you lie down on your side, and insert the end of the device
into your rectum. There's a circular piece on the handle of the device that keeps mild pressure on your perineum, the area between your anus and sexual organs. The perineum is a well-known acupuncture point. This mild pressure helps stimulate the entire pelvic area in a healthy way.

Once the device has been inserted, you don't have to touch it again. What you do is squeeze the muscles in your rectum. This squeezing pushes the end of the device against your prostate. You squeeze in -- hold it for several seconds -- and then release. That's all there is to it. High Island suggests 20 minutes at a time, three days a week, for someone with prostate illness.

I tried using it while lying on the floor. I also tried it while squatting, but that became uncomfortable. The best place I found to use the device is while seated on the toilet. This also lets you lock yourself away while you're massaging your prostate. I insert the device, make sure the circle is pressing on my perineum, and GINGERLY sit down on the toilet seat. Then you just squeeze in and out for 20 minutes or less.

Yes, I know it sounds a tad kinky. But after the second week, you won't think twice about it. Trust me on that. Incidentally, the device is made of FDA-approved, non-porous plastic. It looks like it will last a long time. I'll be using it again in February as part of my prevention program.

If you know anyone with prostate problems, I strongly suggest you give them a print of this message, and let them explore High
Island's website. They might also want to buy a copy of Alternatives, Doctor Williams' newsletter of February, 2005. The phone # is
1-800-718-8293.


Blessings,

Owen