Traditional Chinese Medicine For Urinary & Prostate Inflammation

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By Herballove Editorial Maybe helpful for: Men's Prostatitis Causes: DHT Symptoms: burning prostate painful urination

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Prostate Inflammation According to the Chinese
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, urinary and prostate inflammation can be due to aging, infection, exhaustion, and an accumulation of toxins. This formula collates herbs with bitter and cooling properties that release internal heat by increasing urine flow.

The anti-inflammatory properties in these herbs also reduce the swelling of the prostate gland and bladder tissues.
 
 What It Is Formulated To Do:
  • Painful and dribbling urination
  • Burning prostate
  • Bloody Semen
Herb Overview
This is one of the most popular formulas recorded in the medical textbook, Imperial Grace Formulary, which dates back a few hundred years. The formula has helped many Asian males combat the painful  symptoms associated with urinary & prostate.

Rehmannia – purges inflammatory heat
Vaccaria – sedates damp-heat in various places of the lower abdomen
Licorice – harmonizes herbs and relieves pain
Ophiopogon – induces urination
Imperata – relieves dysuria
Plantago seed – clears damp heat and relieves urination pain
Dianthus – leads the heat down and out through urination 
 
Clinical trials are undergoing in China and Korea.

What to get


Prosta Juven - Natural Prostate Formula with Dianthus, Ophiopogon & Patrinia Herbs, 60 tabs, (Rejuven Natural)
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Pills Achyranthes Root, Dianthus, Epimedium, Flax Seed, Imperata, Licorice, Ophiopogon, Patrinia, Plantago Seed, Pumpkin Seed, Pygeum, Quercetin, Rehmannia, Saw Palmetto, Vaccaria, Zinc
Ba Zheng San - Dianthus Formula, 100 grams, (MinTong)
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Powder Dianthus, Gardenia, Licorice, Plantago Seed
Ba Zheng San - 1 box, (E-Fong)
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Powder Dianthus, Gardenia, Licorice, Plantago Seed



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