90 x 500 mg capsules
• Promotes normal urination (diuretic)*
• Inhibitory effect against various pathogenic bacteria*
• Relieves bladder pain*
• Relieves burning sensation*
Rhizoma smilacis Glabrae (Tu Fu Ling)
According to Wen et al, 1998 Tu Fu Ling can increase the excretion of uric acid, and had anti-gout effects, and suggested that it could be used to treat albuminuria, acute and chronic nephritis and restore renal functions (1).*
Rhizoma Imperatae Cylindricae (Bai Mao Gen)
According to Wen et al, 1998 a decoction of Bai Mao Gen demonstrated an antibacterial and diuretic effect in rabbits. In children, there was a marked reduction in oedema, lowered blood pressure, an absence of protein and blood cells in the urine, and a normalisation of urine (1).*
Herba Taraxaci Mongolici (Pu Gong Ying)
During a study by Su et al, 2008 in to the bacteriostasis, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic effects of the herbal extract Herba Taraxaci, it was found that Herba taraxaci had significant antipyrecit action (2).*
Cortex Dictamni Dasycarpi Radicis (Bai Xian Pi)
A study by Hanghui et al, 2008 found that compounds from Bai Xian Pi could inhibit histamine and 5-HT in inflammation models (3).*
Caulis Clematidis Armandii (Chuan Mu Tong)
According to Wen et al, 1998 Chuan Mu Tong has diuretic effects, and a study by Zhang et al, 2008 found that if had anti-inflammatory effects (1,4).*
1. Wen W, Fang S, Li C, Gao X, Hu S, Chen F, et al. Spermatorrhea, premature ejaculation, incontinence of urine or frequent urination due to Kidney deficiency. Clinical Chinese materia medica, Henan Science & Technology Press (1998).
2. Su S, Jin Y, Qin X & Song Y. Main Medical Effect of the Extracts from Herba taraxaci and Total Flavones in Chamaejasmine. Xi Bei Nong Ye Xue Bao (2008), 17(4), 181-185.
3. Hanghui, Huang L & He Z. THE AFFECT OF DICTAMNUS DASYCARPUS ON HA AND 5-HT IN ACUTE INFLAMMATION TISSUE OF RATHUANG. Xian Dai Yi Yuan (2008), 8(10), 31-33.
4. Zhang B, Cao Y, Liu L & Pan J. Comparative study on the Efficacy and Toxicity between Clematis armandii Franch and C. Montana Buch. Si Chuan Zhong Yi (2008), 26(2), 38-39.