May also be used for :
- Abdominal pain aggravated by Cold
- Urinary difficulty
- Deep, aching heaviness in the extremities
- Generalized edema
- Loose stools
- Heavy sensation in the head
- Epigastric palpitations
- Aversion to Cold
- Watery diarrhea
- No thirst
- Profuse perspiration
- Cold limbs
- A husky voice
- Hair loss
- Generalized twitching
- Tidal flushing of the genitals by Dampness
- Water buildup leading to hernia
- Prone to infections
- Prone to allergies
- Prone to Wind erysipelas
- Chest pain
- Mental and emotional disorders
- Nasal obstruction with clear mucus
- Impaired visual acuity
- Prone to dormant papules
- A sensation of something being stuck in the throat
- Incessant sneezing
- Swelling and pain of the teeth or gums
- Feeling of unsteadiness as if one were about to fall
- Distended or heavy sensation of the head
- Gradual weight gain
- Abdominal distention and fullness
- Pitting edema
- Scanty urination or
- Frequent, clear, abundant urination at night
- Weak knees
- Seminal emissions
- Flaccid abdomen
- Muscular aching
- Chronic lower back pain
- Cyclic vomiting
- Fever, perspiration does not reduce fever
- Impaired memory
- Shivering and trembling
- Catches cold easily
- Severe fatigue
- Aches and pains in the body or extremities
- Flank pain
100% HERBAL CONTENTS
CONCENTRATION RATIO 5:1
- Poria cocos (Fu Ling)
- Paeonia lactiflora (Bai Shao)
- Atractylodes macrocephala (Bai Zhu)
- Zingiber rhizoma (Gan Jiang)
- 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.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
What does it do? In TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)
This formula is one of the principal formulas used in treating Shao-Yin diseases. It increases yang energy and promotes diuresis. It can be used to help yang deficiency accompanied by water retention, and is principally used to help incessant perspiration, palpitation, chronic diarrhea, or acute watery diarrhea, non-tenesmus, abdominal weakness, difficulty in urination, heaviness of the limbs, sinking weak pulse and white fur on the tongue accompanied by a lack of thirst.
The Aconitum(Fu Zi) and Zingiber(Gan Jiang) in this formula stimulate the metabolism and invigorate blood circulation. Poria(Fu Ling) and Atractylodes(Bai Shu) regulate the distribution of body fluid, eliminate water retained in the gastrointestinal tract and thus alleviate diarrhea, vertigo and palpitations. Paeonia(Bai Shao) regulates gastrointestinal peristalsis.
This formula is helpful of chronic enteritis that is cold by nature, deficiency-cold common cold, deficiency-syndrome edema, gastrointestinal achalasia, chronic nephritis, eczema and intestinal tuberculosis.
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