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Prostate Support by Kan

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Prostate Support 1oz liquid
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Prostate Support 60 tabs



Qian Lie Xian

Prostate Support


Damp Heat, Blood stagnation and fluid accumulating in the Lower Jiao


Chinese Action: Drains Fire and Damp Heat from the Lower Jiao, invigorates the Blood, warms the Kidney Yang, supports healthy urination.


Physical Indications:


·         Supports a healthy urinary system.

·         Supports healthy water metabolism.

·         Supports a healthy reproductive system, especially for men.

·         Occasional inguinal, lower back or perineal discomfort.


Dosage (tabs): 2-3 tabs, 2-3 times per day.


Dosage (liquid): 30 drops, 2-3 times per day.




Huang bai

Phellodendron bark

Hu zhang

Bushy knotweed rhizome and root

Lai fu zi

Radish seed

Yin yang huo

Epimedium herb

Wang bu liu xing

Vaccaria seed

Fu ling


Huai niu xi

Achyranthes root

Che qian zi

Plantain seed

Gou qi zi

Lycium fruit

Huang qi

Astragalus root

Shan zhu yu

Asiatic cornelian cherry

Mu dan pi

Tree peony root bark

Rou gui

Chinese cinnamon bark

Bai hua she she cao

Oldenlandia herb

Gan cao

Chinese licorice root and rhizome


Prostate Support addresses a complex and seemingly contradictory pairing of patterns. It simultaneously drains Damp Heat that is accumulating in the Lower Jiao while warming deficient Kidney Yang. The result is a formula that is effective for moving Damp Heat stagnation while draining fluid accumulation from the prostate region in the Lower Jiao.


Kidney Yang is the fundamental Fire of the body and is responsible for the Mingman Fire, which gives the body vibrancy, vitality and warmth. Men are Yang in nature, and they tend to become Yang deficient as the aging process occurs. With Kidney Yang deficiency, urination will have a tendency to be clear and copious with a possible weaker stream. It will also manifest with occasional cold hands and feet, weakness of the lower back or knees, occasional frequent urination or occasional loose stools.


With the depletion of Kidney Yang, it is also common to see a deficiency of Spleen Qi. The Fire from the Kidneys is no longer available to warm the Spleen, thus hampering the transformation and transportation functions and engendering Dampness. Over a long period of time, this Dampness stagnates and transforms into Damp Heat which obstructs the Lower Jiao.


The quality of urination will be different, depending on whether the Kidney Yang or the Damp Heat pattern is strongest. If Damp Heat is more predominant, there will be more Heat signs present, manifesting as yellow to dark yellow urination, small amount and/or sensations of Heat while urinating. With Kidney Yang deficiency, urination will have a tendency to be clear and copious with a possible weaker stream.


Regardless of whether the stronger Cold signs associated with Kidney Yang deficiency or the more excess signs of Lower Jiao Damp Heat accumulation are dominant, there will typically be occasional urinary dribbling.


Prostate Support clears Damp Heat from the prostate region and the Lower Jiao, invigorates Blood, transforms Phlegm, warms Kidney Yang and dispels stagnation. It also supports healthy water metabolism through the Lower Jiao, and addresses possible Blood or fluid stagnation.


Phellodendron bark, Bushy knotweed rhizome and root and Plantain seed combine to drain Damp Heat accumulation through the Lower Jiao, and to direct Fire downward. Oldenlandia herb cools Heat, strongly resolves Fire and promotes the evacuation of Dampness through the urine. Tree peony root bark cools Heat, from either excess or deficiency, gently invigorates the Blood without injuring it or the Yin, and clears Fire from the Blood.


Radish seed facilitates the smooth flow of Spleen Qi and transform Phlegm. Poria strengthens the Spleen, supports healthy water metabolism and calms the Spirit. Chinese licorice root and rhizome tonifies the Spleen, augments the Qi, clears Heat, and harmonizes the actions of the other herbs in the formula. Vaccaria seed invigorates the Blood and dispels accumulation.


Epimedium herb and Chinese cinnamon bark warm the Yang, strengthen the Kidneys and the Mingmen Fire. Astragalus root strengthens Yang and the Original Qi while simultaneously supporting healthy urination. Achyranthes root strengthens the Liver and Kidneys, invigorates the Blood, and helps to guide the actions of the other herbs downward. Lycium fruit and Asiatic cornelian cherry nourish the Yin, tonify the Liver and Kidneys, secures the primal Qi, and contain the leakage of fluid due to a weak Essence.


Combine with Dispel Stasis in the Lower Burner for stronger Blood invigoration. Combine with Water’s Way for a stronger healthy water metabolism support. To address stronger Kidney Yang deficiency, combine with True Warrior Formula or Rehmannia Eight.


Origins and Development: Qian Lie Xian.


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