Chinese food therapy helps to treat prostatitis

Date:2018-12-07 click:0

Chinese food therapy is a modality of traditional Chinese medicine, and it is also known as Chinese Nutrition therapy. Chinese food therapy has a very long history and it dates back as early as 2000 BC. "Yellow Emperor" who is the earliest ancestor of the Chinese once wrote "Classic of Internal Medicine", known as the Niejing, was written around 300 BC, was most important in forming the basis of Chinese food therapy.

As a doctor, I'm very glad to share four food therapy recipes with you. To some extent, they can help you with your prostatitis. 
Recipe one: water chestnut, 150 grams(don't skin them), clean them then remove their bases, then chop finely, pour warm water 250 ml into the smashed water chestnut and mix them thoroughly, then filter the slag crust, now you can drink the juice, twice a day. 
Recipe two: sugar cane, 500 grams, peel it, then cut it in sections, then put them into a juice extractor, then you can drink the juice twice a day. 
Recipe three: fresh grapes, 250 grams, remove its skin and stones, then pound it and put appropriate amount of warm water into it, and drink the juice once or twice a day. 
Recipe four: royal jelly, then put appropriate amount of warm water into it, 20-30 ml, take it orally twice a day. Remember to drink it for a long period of time.