High Blood Pressure

What Our Patients Are Saying



Bill Hart         70's male

Dear Dr. Winer,

I am a senior citizen patient of yours in my 70's and I wish to share some good news with your regarding Prostate RES.

It works!

Allow me to explain.

Back in July of 1996 my routine yearly blood examination workup informed me that my PSA was 17.5 (normal 0 - 4) After a biopsy and 38 radiation treatments my PSA registered a mere 0.2. Over the years it has climbed steadily to 2.6 on -08/02, as noted on the attached homemade graph included for informational purposes.

I heard you mention on your radio program that there was a replacement for for PC SPES called Prostate RES. Since I was almost due for another blood test for my PSA, I bought a bottle (90 pills) from your store and took 3 capsules before bedtime for one month prior to the bloodletting. 

Much to my surprise and that of my Urologist, my PSA stopped climbing and even reversed itself to a reading of 2.6 the exact figure of 6 months ago. I had expected a reading of around 3.4 because of the rate it was climbing. Instead, my PSA was stopped dead in its track.

Of course my Urologist chastised me for taking an unknown substance into my body that was not medically proven and for which there was no track record of its efficacy.

I informed the doctor that I was taking responsibility for my health and that I would continue with this regime until I decided whether it was workning or not.

Which brings me to the question I would like to ask you.

What does the PSA actually tell me? Is my prostate cancer shrinking" Should I continue with 3/day or go to 1/day as a maintenance dose?

I am so elate at the results afer just one month with just 3 capsules of Prostate RES that I am in a quandary as to what my next step should be.

I have spread the good news to all of my friends and relatives that have prostate problems and wish to thank you for keeping your radio audience abreast of the happenings in the world of natural health.

Your faithful listener,  

Bill Hart