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Nonbacterial Prostatitis? Traditional Chinese Medicine Dietary Therapy To Help!

Prostatitis is one of the most common diseases in men, of which non-bacterial prostatitis is one of them. The causes of nonbacterial prostatitis are complex and may be related to potential pathogen infection, poor lifestyle, abnormal immune function, and psychosomatic factors. Among them, poor lifestyle is the reason why many young people have nonbacterial prostatitis.


Therefore, the treatment of nonbacterial prostatitis requires a comprehensive approach. Medication, along with an improved lifestyle, can promote early recovery. Among them, a scientific diet has a better effect on improving symptoms.


Traditional Chinese Medicine Dietary Therapy


Today, we would like to introduce what traditional Chinese medicine works for treating non-bacterial prostatitis with dietary remedies.


1. Kiwi Drink: Kiwi Drink is a dietary treatment suitable for patients with aseptic prostatitis. It is made of kiwi, psyllium, talc, and licorice. Kiwifruit is rich in vitamin C and various amino acids that can strengthen the body's immunity. Psyllium, talc, and licorice, on the other hand, have heat-clearing and diuretic properties, which can promote exurine excretion and relieve prostatitis symptoms. Method production is washing the kiwi's first mashed juice spare, the psyllium, licorice, and talcum decoction with water to get the juice, and finally mixing the two juices with drinking instead of tea.


2. Cucumber Soup with Spica Prunellae: This soup is made of cucumber, spica prunella, polygonum aviculare, and Dianthus superbus. Cucumber is a low-calorie, high-fiber vegetable that is diuretic and detoxifying. Spica prunella, polygonum aviculare, and Dianthus superbus all have the effect of clearing away heat and inducing diuresis for treating stranguria, which can improve urinary tract irritation symptoms.


To make it, first decoct spica prunella, polygonum aviculare, and dianthus superbus in water, remove the dregs, and extract the juice. Then reboil the juice, blanch the cucumber slices, add seasoning, and serve.


3. Ginseng and Astragalus Spring Melon Soup: This is a therapeutic soup with Radix et Rhizoma Ginseng, Radix Astragali, and Spring Melon as the main ingredients. Codonopsis and astragalus can replenish qi, nourish the blood, and improve immunity. Spring melon can induce diuresis, producing salivation, clearing away heat, and removing annoyance. These ingredients complement each other to achieve the effect of promoting Yang and inducing diuresis, which helps to relieve prostatitis symptoms.


The preparation method is first-party ginseng and astragalus decoction for 15 minutes, removing the dregs and filtering. Then add spring melon slices, continue to cook until cooked and edible, and add seasonings to accompany the meal.


4. Cinnamon, Plantain, and Japonica Rice Porridge: This is a therapeutic porridge with the main ingredients of cinnamon, plantain, and Japonica rice. Cinnamon has the effect of warming the meridians and tonifying the lower elements; psyllium has the effect of inducing diuresis for treating stranguria, and round-grained rice can warm the middle and benefit the stomach. These ingredients work together to warm the kidney, promote Yang, and clear the waterways, helping to relieve prostatitis symptoms.


The method of production is first cinnamon and plantain decoction water to remove the slag to take the juice, and then the juice with round-grained rice porridge, cooked and mixed with brown sugar on an empty stomach to eat.


These dietary remedies are helpful in improving the symptoms, but they cannot cure the disease. Patients can take the traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill orally to eliminate inflammation and eradicate the cause of the disease. At the same time, these dietary remedies promote the disease's recovery.


In addition to the above several TCM dietary treatments, patients should also pay attention to the following points in their diet:


1. Avoid spicy foods such as chili peppers, ginger, scallions, and raw garlic, which can irritate prostate tissue and aggravate inflammatory symptoms.


2. Avoid excessive alcohol consumption. Heavy alcohol consumption will cause congestion and edema of the prostate gland and aggravate the symptoms.


3. Avoid consuming too much fried food and meat, which will cause the body to consume too much fat and protein, which is not conducive to good health.


4. Eat more vitamin- and mineral-rich foods such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes, which help reduce inflammatory symptoms and promote good health.


5. Drinking plenty of water helps urination, reduces urinary tract irritation, and promotes inflammation.


For nonbacterial prostatitis, lifestyle adjustments are beneficial to the recovery of the disease. Therefore, patients should adopt a healthy lifestyle while actively undergoing medication.



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