ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Dec. 19 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Prostate Cradle External Massager, developed by Enviromax, based in Eagle River, Alaska, has been selling on the Internet since last March and the company is struggling to keep up with orders.
“I developed the Prostate Cradle out of necessity to help successfully deal with my enlarged prostate,” Adam McVay, of Enviromax, said. “The response has been overwhelmingly positive.”
McVay explains that he was faced with a choice of taking expensive prescription drugs, or having a biopsy leading to surgery, and more prescription drugs. He searched for an alternative and read about nutritional healing. During the process, he quit two of his three jobs, as well as sugar and caffeine. He felt better almost immediately and symptoms and aches in his prostate reduced within weeks.
As part of this new lifestyle, McVay sought out a non-invasive prostate massager, but could not find one; he began to research, develop and design a practical and useful model of his own.
“It took years to find the right shape, size and materials,” McVay said, “but, once the Cradle took form, it helped massage my prostate back to health. It also improved the health of my sex life, which was an added bonus.”
Enlarged prostates benefit from massage. The stimulation of blood flow and an increase in oxygen to the gland helps rinse the prostate of harmful bacteria and particles which build up over time, and can lead to tumors. A 10-20 minute prostate massage at least once a month, and as often as once a day, is important for a healthy gland.
The Prostate Cradle works using pressure from body weight which can be focused and controlled on the massager. The Cradle is placed on a chair or firm surface and the user sits on the massager with the two-bump end forward; this cradles and massages the crotch or perineum area between the testicles and tailbone, as well as the pelvic floor muscle group, lymph glands, and prostate gland.
Prostate stimulation can create pleasurable, tingling sensations which travel up the spine for a feel-good experience; the $39 price tag is also a plus and less than a doctor’s visit.
The Prostate Cradle is made from the highest-quality material available. Over the years, many prototypes have been tested to achieve an ideal form of correct universal size, shape, and flexibility, to trigger specific acupressure points, while avoiding others.
Most men are expected to have some type of prostate issue at some point in their lives, if they live long enough. In addition, prostate cancer is a leading form of cancer and has a high casualty rate.
“We need to defend ourselves.” McVay said. “That means powering-up our immune systems through nutrition, exercise, and massage; massage can also be used with other forms of therapy, if needed.”
Research studies report that prostate massage is effective in reduction, and in some cases, curing prostate issues without drugs or surgery. If caught early enough, additional problems are preventable; it is common to have an enlarged prostate before experiencing symptoms.
Healthy prostates can also benefit from massage as preventative therapy. The Prostate Cradle can act as a “trainer” to discover the entire perineum or male “G-spot” area.
A guide booklet accompanies the Prostate Cradle, and discusses not only how to have better orgasms, but, how to have the “right kind.”
Additional benefits of prostate massage include: creating positive energy, burning calories, reducing tension, and eliminating negative emotions like guilt and anger. Prostate massage can also help to release primal, euphoria- inducing chemicals such as adrenaline and endorphins.
The Prostate Cradle works as a natural alternative to prescription therapy by stimulating arousal periods, indefinitely. This can help equal the sensual playing field between partners; if a healthy prostate is massaged correctly, it can become super stimulated and feel like it is glowing.
“Perhaps this is why ancient texts refer to the prostate as the gateway to the universe,” McVay said.
To learn more about the Prostate Cradle, visit: www.ProstateCradle.com