Yin Tonic - Modified Lui Di Huang Wan - Six Ingredient Pill with Rehmannia
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Note: Organs mentioned are energetic organ systems according to TCM, not western medicine.
Rehmannia glutinosa prepared root - shu di huang- certified organic
Schisandra chinensis fruit - wu wei zi - certified organic
Polygonum multiflorum root - he shou wu - certified organic
Paeonia lactiflora root - bai shao - white peony - certified organic
Elettaria cardamomum fruit - bai dou kou - certified organic
Dioscorea opposita - Shan Yao - certified organic
Plantago asiatica - Che Qian Cao - certified organic
Poria cocos - Fu Ling - certified organic
Scrophularia spp. herb - xuan shen - certified organic
Lycium chinense fruit - gou qi zi - certified organic
Sesame indicum seed - hei zhi ma - certified organic
Althaea officinalis root - marshmallow - certified organic
Herbal Powder General Information
Serving Size:1 gram
Servings Per Container: 100
Bottle lasts about a month
Directions: Take 1 gram 3X per day or as directed by a health care professional. Please note that 1 gram is generally a bit less than 1/4 teaspoon for most formulas, however, the only true way to measure a gram is by weight.
Other Ingredients: None
Warning: This formula has not been evaluated for use in pregnant or nursing women. As always, check with your doctor before starting any new diet, exercise, or supplements program.
Keep Out of Reach of Children.
Store in a cool dry place 56-82ºF
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Formula Break Down:
- Rehmannia glutinosa prepared root, shu di huang, or Chinese foxglove root cooked in rice wine nourishes Blood, Kidney Yin, and Essence (Jing) and enters the Heart, Kidney, Liver energetic organ systems.
- Althaea officinalis root, or marshmallow root is a western herb with Yin demulcent qualities that aids the absorption of the formula.
- Paeonia lactiflora root, bai shao, or white peony root is used to preserve Yin, soothe the Liver, nourish the Blood, and re-inforce the Wei Qi.
- Lycium chinense fruit, gou qi zi, or goji berries is used to build Blood and is used with patterns of Blood and Yin Deficiency, and Essence (Jing) depletion. Goji is specific for Yin and Blood Deficiency relating to Liver Yin Deficiency, Kidney Yin Deficiency, and Lung Dryness.
- Polygonum multiflorum root, he shou wu, or fo-ti is a major Chinese herb used for Yin, Blood, and Essence (Jing) Deficiency of the Liver and Kidney energetic organ systems. Also extinguishes Internal Wind.
- Sesame Indicum seed, or hei zhi ma is a Yin tonic that nourishes Kidney Yin and Liver Yin while clearing Deficient Heat caused by Yin Deficiency.
- Schisandra chinensis fruit, or wu wei zi enriches Kidney Yin and binds the Essence (Jing).
- Scrophularia spp. herb, xuan shen, or figwort herb and root is used creatively to clear Heat in this formula as well as nourishing Yin.
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