Benign prostatic hypertrophy and prostate cancer are common in middle-aged and elderly men. The prostate is not an organ or bowel in TCM. However, the most common symptoms of prostate disease, difficult urination and distension of the lower hypogastrium, are categorized as long bi in Chinese medicine.
The ingredients selected for Essence Chamber are a combination of traditional Chinese and
traditional Western herbal medicines. They have been chosen by Chinese traditional differentiation methods in combination with empirical and symptomatic indications. Saw palmetto (ju ye zong) has been shown in research experiments to reduce BPH. It is traditionally combined with hydrangea (xiu qiu hua).
Patrinia (bai jiang cao) disperses swellings, clears heat and resolves toxin. It has a strong antimicrobial and antiviral function. Salvia (dan shen) increases blood circulation. Cow cockle (wang bu liu xing), poria (fu ling), and tokoro yam (bi xie) drain dampness and aid in voiding the urine. Damiana (Turnera diffusa) is a kidney tonic that is used to increase the sex drive. Research has shown that damiana used with saw palmetto may help to prevent and treat benign prostate hypertrophy.
1. Helps with benign prostatic hypertrophy with urinary dysfunction, retention and difficulty of urination, frequent urination, dribbling urination, distension and fullness of the lower hypogastrium.
2. Integrative prostate cancer protocols.
Chinese Therapeutic Effects
Clears damp heat from the lower burner
Circulates stagnant blood
Clears heat and resolves toxin
Clears dampness and promotes urination
Tonifies kidney yang
Promotes the separation of the pure and the turbid in the lower burner
Clears the liver channel in the lower burner
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