This herbal prescription is an extremely efficient healer of prostate disease; it is sold in two sizes—choose from—one herb kit (which contains approx. 100 grams and should last about 15 days) and we discount on a 60-day supply (which contains an approx. 400 grams herb kit); both are available in either the raw form or powdered.
The preferred method of preparation for this formula is the medicinal wine (yao jiu); although, when powdered it can be used to make pills, capsules, or simply add the powder to juice or a smoothie and drink like you would a power-shake.
The cost for a 15-day herb kit is $35.99 and a 60-day herb kit is $143.96 ($35.99 + $107.97).
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Aka: Cephalanoplos Decoction
This raw herb formula is used to treat prostate enlargement with painful and frequent urination, and will relive painful abdominal swelling. Xiao Ji Yin Zi is a powerful raw herb formula that uses potent herbs (small thistle plant, gardenia fruit, angelica, Chinese foxglove, lotus, cattail pollen, talcum, and bamboo) to produce an effective brew that is said to be the most comprehensive product on the market today. Men concerned about their prostate health should take a proactive approach to long-term prostate health, and Xiao Ji Yin Zi can be used for long periods of time to insure proper prostate function.
Xiao Ji Yin Zi is available in the raw form. This prescription can be used in the raw form to make a decoction or medicinal wine, or it may be powdered and used to make pills/capsules or simply added to a smoothie or juice. If you wish us to powder this formula for you, please check the appropriate box at check-out and there will be a $10.00 powdering fee applied.
We will provide complete step-by-step processing and daily dosage instructions when your order is fulfilled.
Long-term use is highly recommended.
Xiao Ji Yin Zi Tang—Ingredients: Japanese Thistle • Xiao Ji, Node Of Lotus Rhizome • Ou Jie, Pollen • Pu Huang, Raw Foxglove Root • Sheng Di Huang, Talcum • Hua Shi, Caulis Akebiae • Mu Tong, Lophatheri • Dan Zhu Ye, Gardenia • Zhi Zi, Angelicae Sinensis Root • Dang Gui, Honey Baked Licorice • Zhi Gan Cao.