Nei Xiao Luo Li Pian (Nei Xiao Luo Li Wan, NoduleClear™, 内消瘰疬片) is a Chinese herbal medicince used to dispel Phlegm and support a normal balance in cell growth.†
Softens Lumps And Disperses Nodules†
However you call them, whether it's nodules, lumps or bumps or nodes, they can be downright bothersome.
Although they are fairly common and most usually asymptomatic, they are a sign of imbalance in the body.
If you have nodules or other little benign growths, NoduleClear™ may help soften and dissolve them over time.
Time-tested TCM Remedy For Phlegm Dissolving
Noduleclear is based on the centuries-old traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) herbal concoction, Nei Xiao Luo Li Wan. The formula contains 17 natural ingredients. Together, these herbs clear phlegm and heat from the body.
Phlegm is the metabolic waste. The "phlegm" that most westerners think of (clear or yellow-green discharge) is also phlegm in Chinese medicine. However, in TCM theory, phlegm also includes any invisible metabolic waste accumulation.
And when Spleen transportation function is compromised, phlegm builds up and stagnation occurs, leading to the formation of nodules, especially in the neck. NoduleClear restores homeostasis in your body by addressing these internal imbalances.
How Does NoduleClear Work?
Because many ingredients in this formula possess the action of transforming or clearing phlegm, this action will not be included.
Xia Ku Cao clears fire and disperses lumps. Bei Mu clears heat, and moistens the lungs. Hai Zao softens areas of hardness. Bai Lian drains fire. Tian Hua Fen clears and drains Lung Heat, relieves toxicity, and also is another dispersing herb in the formula.
Lian Qiao, like Tian Hua Fen, also relieves toxicity. It also clears heat and disperses lumps. Da Huang dispels stasis and unblocks the Channels. Hai Ha Ke clears Lung Heat and dissipates nodules.
Qing Yan cools the Blood and moistens dryness. Zhi Qiao moves Qi while Jie Geng ventilates the Lungs and benefits the throat. Bo He expels wind heat. Di Huang tonifies Yin and nourishes the blood.
Dang Gui nourishes and invigorates the blood while Xuan Shen cools the blood and nourishes Yin as well as purges fire and resolving toxicity. Finally, the last herb in the formula, Gan Cao, tonifies the Spleen, augments Qi and harmonizes the actions of the other herbs.
Does Research Support NoduleClear?
Li S. A clinical analysis of cervical lymph node tuberculosis with Nei Xiao Luo Li Wan. Chinese Journal of Practice Medicine 1684-2030(2010)03-0154-02.
Cao W. A combination of Xiao Yao San and Nei Xiao Luo Li Wan for the treatment of 27 cases of hyperplasia of the breast. Zhejiang Journal of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine 10.3969/j.issn.1005-4561.2010.05.028
NoduleClear - Nei Xiao Luo Li Pian
Heal-all fruit spike (Prunella vulgaris) (Xia Ku Cao) Zhejiang fritillary bulb (Fritillaria thunbergii) (Bei Mu) Seaweed (Hai Zao) Ampelopsis root (Ampelopsis japonica) (Bai Lian) Trichosanthes root (Trichosanthes kirilowii) (Tian Hua Fen) Forsythia fruit (Forsythia suspensa) (Lian Qiao) Chinese rhubarb root and rhizome (Rheum officinale) (Da Huang) Sodium sulfate (Mang Xiao) Clam shell (Hai Ge Ke) Sodium chloride (Qing Yan) Bitter orange nearly mature fruit (Citrus aurantium) (Zhi Qiao) Platycodon root (Platycodon grandiflora) (Jie Geng) Chinese mint aerial part (Mentha haplocalyx) (Bo He) Rehmannia root (Rehmannia glutinosa) (Di Huang) Dong quai root (Angelica sinensis) (Dang Gui) Scrophularia root (Scrophularia ningpoensis) (Xuan Shen) Chinese licorice root (Glycyrrhiza uralensis) (Gan Cao)