Prostatitis is a common disease in men. Although it is not life-threatening, it can seriously affect patients’ life. Many prostatitis patients have suffering from this disease for several years without a complete cure. Nearly 90% prostatitis cases are with no exact causes, thus, it is difficult to cure it completely. Antibiotics are usually used first for the treatment of prostatitis, however only a little bit medicine can penetrate the prostate gland, so the outcome is unsatisfactory. As the development of the medicine, herbal remedy is proven to be effective in treating prostatitis.
A new herbal remedy called Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill has been used for the treatment of prostatitis for many years. It is made from natural herbs including Plantago seed, Dianthus superbus, talcum, Houttuynia cordata, Polygonum aviculare, herba laminariae, pangolin, saffron, semen persicae, honeysuckle, lignum aquilariae, etc. These herbs can work well on the elimination of the symptoms as well as the causes.
Patients with prostatitis will have much pain and discomfort, such as pain in lower back, lower abdomen, testicle, perineum, and pelvis. To relieve the pain, Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is added with herbs that have properties of improving blood and Qi flow. Prostatitis can also cause a series of urinary symptoms, such as frequent and urgent urination, pain when urinating, difficulty urinating, weak urine flow, etc. This herbal pill contains herbs that can induce diuresis to increase the urine flow and alleviate the painful urination, thus, the urinary symptoms can be relieved effectively. It also contains herbs that have antibacterial properties, so the causative bacterial can be eradicated. As the symptoms and the root cause can be removed, the prostatitis can be cured with no recurrence.
Prostatitis patients should also pay attention to the diet during the treatment as diet plays an important role in the treatment. Patients should avoid foods that may make the condition worse, such as spicy foods, alcohol, caffeinated beverages, artificial sweeteners, etc.