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Broccoli Treatment

Professor Saracoglu has agreed to host instructions for his unique broccoli treatment at this site. The text of this page has been written by Prof. Saracoglu.

Broccoli Treatment is a powerful supplementary treatment and preventive against BPH, Prostatitis, IC (Interstitial Cystitis) and urinary tract infections (inc. bladder, kidney, seminal vesicle infections, etc).

Broccoli Treatment (BT) has two effects at the same time. The first one is an anti-inflammatory action. The second one is an increase of the immunological system. These two properties make BT a powerful modality. None of the medicine or antibiotics used in treating prostatitis directly increase the immunological system -- on the contrary, they reduce it. Broccoli contains the bioflavonoid quercetin. But quercetin alone is not sufficiently effective against prostatitis. Boiled Broccoli Broth (BBB) contains many kinds of ingredients (different kinds of bioflavonoids) which are responsible for the BT's therapeutical effects on prostatitis (CP/CPPS).

In addition to these properties, Broccoli has an effect as an antilithogen (stone dissolver) on prostatic stones (calculi). For the antilithogen effect to be effective, use BT for at least two months with double quantities of Broccoli.

Furthermore, the woody stalk and the flowering portion of the broccoli plant contain antibacterial compounds called isothiocyanates active against Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Chlamydia and more.

More science about Broccoli and its constituents.


You can consume Broccoli both as a fresh vegetable or frozen. There is no difference between them in regards to the effect. The Broccoli Treatment lasts for 21 days. Broccoli has no side effects and no interactions with medicine.

Fresh broccoli (unboiled) contains some enzymes that must be deactivated. If this is not done, the enzymes which broccoli contains start a different metabolic reaction so that the efficiency is reduced. The simple way to deactivate these enzymes is to boil the broccoli in water for 5 minutes. After boiling for 5 minutes, the enzymes will become inactive. If these enzymes aren't deactivated, the broccoli cannot successfully treat those suffering from prostatitis.

Use both the woody stalk and the flowering portion of the plant for the preparation. Minimum 250 grams (approx. 9oz) broccoli should be boiled on low heat (closing the lid) in 1 liter (4.5 cups) water for 5 minutes. Half of the juice of the broccoli should be taken in the mornings (empty stomach) and the other half evenings (empty stomach). Use it all up each day and start fresh the next day. After consumption, do not eat or drink anything (except water) for 20 minutes. It is also very advantageous to eat the boiled Broccoli for lunch. Follow this regimen every day for one week. There is a 3 day break at the end of every 7th day. The regimen should be followed for 21 days in total, not counting the breaks.

Tip: More than 250g Broccoli boiled in 1 liter water increases the efficacy. No more than 500 grams Broccoli in 1-liter of water is needed.

Patients who have completed 21 days Broccoli Treatment, might gradually feel discomfort again 5-6 months later. In such cases, just 10 days Broccoli Treatment will be enough.

Patients who have BPH or Prostatitis for a long time (more than 4 years): If you have been suffering for 4-5 years or even more, 21 days treatment will help you to eliminate your discomforts temporarily (for 2-3 months). In such a case, the patients should apply Broccoli Treatment for 45 days.

During the Broccoli Treatment, spice is absolutely forbidden. Avoid consuming all kinds of coffee and animal fat. Lean meat is allowed.

Expected results during and after Broccoli Therapy

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Best regards

SARACOGLU Ibrahim Adnan Prof.Dr.

This information is not intended to replace the attention or advice of a physician or other health care professional. Anyone who wishes to embark on any dietary, drug, exercise, or other lifestyle change intended to prevent or treat a specific disease or condition should first consult with and seek clearance from a qualified health care professional.