Qian Lie Shu Pian 前列舒片 [ProstateSure™]
Qian Lie Shu Pian (Qian Lie Shu Wan, ProstateSure™, 前列舒片) is a popular Chinese herbal formula that tonifies the Kidneys and supports prostate and urinary health.
The pattern of conditions ProstateSure™ deals with falls under the category of Lin Zheng or Lin Syndrome (淋证) from the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Lin is associated with frequent short voidings of urine. Chinese medicine often views the condition as the result of Kidney Qi deficiency. Qian Lie Shu Wan is an essential formula for maintaining prostate and urinary health with Traditional Chinese Medicine.
TCM Uses for QIAN LIE SHU PIAN*
Tonifies and enriches the Kidneys
Clears deficiency heat
Supports urine flow
Ingredients in QIAN LIE SHU PIAN
|Rehmannia cured root tuber||Rehmannia glutinosa||(Shu Di Huang)|
|Job's tears seed||Coix lacryma-jobi||(Yi Yi Ren)|
|Winter melon seed||Benincasa hispida||(Dong Gua Zi)|
|Asiatic dogwood fruit without seed||Cornus officinalis||(Shan Zhu Yu)|
|Chinese yam rhizome||Dioscorea oppositifolia||(Shan Yao)|
|Peach seed||Prunus persica||(Tao Ren)|
|Tree peony root bark||Paeonia suffruticosa||(Mu Dan Pi)|
|Asian water plantain rhizome||Alisma orientale||(Ze Xie)|
|Poria sclerotium||Poria cocos||(Fu Ling)|
|Cang-zhu atractylodes rhizome||Atractylodes lancea||(Cang Zhu)|
|Chinese licorice root & rhizome||Glycyrrhiza uralensis||(Gan Cao)|
|Cassia twig||Cinnamomum cassia||(Gui Zhi)|
|Sichuan aconite cured lateral root||Aconitum carmichaelii||(Zhi Fu Zi)|
|Chinese chive seed||Allium tuberosum||(Jiu Cai Zi)|
|Epimedium aboveground parts||Epimedium koreanum||(Yin Yang Huo)|
WAN VS. PIAN
Compared to teapills known as WAN, ActiveHerb's PIAN are Extra-Strength tablets made from concentrated herbs, and require a smaller dosage. This makes the Activeherb version a decidedly good value.
What’s the Difference Between, PIAN, WAN, TANG, SAN, SHUI and GAO?
- PIAN = Tablet (modern looking pill)
- WAN = Pill (old-style or handmade pill, or black teapill)
- TANG = Water Decoction (boiled whole herbs)
- SAN = Powder (milled or granulated)
- SHUI = Tincture (extract with alcohol or other solvent)
- GAO = Paste (topical unguent or plaster