May also be used for :
- Painful joints
- Heavy and painful sensations at fixed locations in lower back and extremities with weakness and stiffness or hypertonicity and immobility
- Aversion to Cold
- Attraction to warmth
- Pain in the midline and back during pregnancy
- Pain worse at night General coldness
- Sallow complexion
- Wandering pain
- Pale complexion
- Shortness of breath
- May be paresthesia and numbness
- Cold pain in the low back and knees
- Limited movement
- Soreness, weakness and numbness of the joints
- Muscle spasms
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CONCENTRATION RATIO 5:1
- Angelica laxiflora (Du Huo)
- Taxillus chinensis (Sang Ji Sheng)
- Siler divaricatum (Fang Feng)
- Eucommia ulmoides (Du Zhong)
- Gentiana macrophylla (Qin Jiao)
- Angelic sinensis (Dong Gui)
- Paeonia lactiflora (Bai Shao)
- Poria cocos (Fu Ling)
- Cnidium officinale (Chuan Xiong)
- Cyathula officinale (Niu Xi)
- Glycyrrhiza glabra (Gan Cao)
- Rehmannia glutinosa (Shu Di Huang)
- Codonopsis pilosula (Dang Shen)
- Cinnamomum cassia (Gui Zhi)
- Put water(4-6 oz / half of mug cup) in a kettle and boil it. Or Warm it up in the microwave for about 1 minutes.
- Take the herb tea and put about one slightly rounded tablespoon(3-5g).
- Pour just a tablespoon of the very hot (nearly boiling) water into the mug; only enough to dampen the herb tea. If you use sugar or honey, put in your sugar(honey). Now, with a metal spoon, crush the slurry against the side of the mug.
- Stir in the rest of the hot water. (4-6oz)
Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 18, and individuals with diabetes or a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement. Keep out of the reach of children.
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What does it do? In TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)
This prescription is recorded in the Qian Jin Fang, authored by Sun Si Miao of the Tang Dynasty.
It is used to help a excess heat syndrome of the liver and kidneys, the internal effects of rheumatism, pain in the waist and knee, weakness accompanied by chills and numbness and difficulty in stretching. It is used to help rheumatic pain due to a weakened physical condition, chronic pain in the waist and legs, sciatica due to degeneration of the lumbar vertebra, and pain in the back caused by overweight.
However, in treatment of acute arthritis it is best to use Dan Oui Nian Tong Tang.