How does pangolin scales in Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill work?
Pangolin Scales, as the "guiding herbs" of Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, plays an important role in the prescription. As a famous and precious herb, pangolin scales are rich in cholesterol, stearic acid, and aliphatic amid compounds. It is cool in nature and salty in flavour. Pangolin scales can promote blood circulation, subside swell, relax the channels and collaterals, and often is used to treat cold and amenorrhea, to stop bleeding and pain.
As prostatitis, epididymitis, orchitis and seminal vesiculitis are caused by dampness and heat at lower pelvic area, and are always with blood stasis or swells, pangolin scales has its function in clearing away swell, stasis and promoting blood circulation. Pangolin scales helps to reduce symptoms by these means. This is the reason why pangolin scales can be used to treat these diseases.
On the other hand, pangolin scales is a herb which can "travel" all around in the body, thus it is always used as a "guiding herb" in some prescriptions. It "guides" other herbs in the prescription to work directly in the lesion, not somewhere else. Unlike antibiotics are always working in the whole body, Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill works mainly at genital and urinary system. As a result, Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can treat some infections or inflammations which cannot be treated by antibiotics.
Some has asked if only taking pangolin scales is good to treat the disease, the answer certainly is "no". Some specific kinds of herbs using together, has power ability in treating the disease than they're used separately. As men with genital/urinary conditions may possibly develop symptoms like painful/urgent urinating, pain with urinating or ejaculation, more herbs are needed to treat these symptoms. Thus Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill as a complete prescription, can treat genital/urinary disease effectively.
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