20% Off Intro to Sound Healing Tuning Fork Set. Package includes Mid Ohm Tuning Fork (136.1 hz), Tuning Fork Activator (latex-free); Instructional booklet with photos and illustrations demonstrating use; plus Sound Healing CD featuring music that harmonizes with the Ohm Tuning Fork, enhancing its healing resonance.
|Unit Size||90 tablets, 750 mg, 10 day supply|
|Dosage||3 tablets, 3 times per day|
|Potency||not disclosed - unknown|
|Contraindications||Do not use when excess heat, deficiency heat, or damp-heat signs are present such as thirst, red tongue, rapid pulse, dark, scanty, or painful urination, insomnia, red eyes, hard-stool constipation, or blood-heat bleeding.|
|Chinese Symptomology||Supplements Kidney Yang and Dispels Cold, Strengthens the Sinews and Bones, Quickens Blood and Dissipates Stasis, Strengthens the Back and Knees, Secures Essence|
|Actions||Treats low back pain, incontinence, spermatorrhea, impotence, premature ejaculation, weakness of the back and knees, or impairment of hearing and eyesight when these symptoms stem from kidney Yang deficiency.|
Note: Health Concerns is converting all formulas from tablets to capsules. Our inventory will reflect both until the conversion is complete.
|Chinese name||Wan Du Hua Yu Tang|
|Description||Backbone is a warm formula intended to treat patients who present with kidney Yang deficiency. General signs, other than those indicated above, include cold limbs, fatigue, pale face color, a pale tongue, a deep, weak, slow pulse, spiritual lassitude, and weakness and pain in the low back or knees. The formula is especially effective in treating low back pain and urogenital/sexual dysfunctions that are commonly part of kidney deficiency patterns. While addressing the primary pattern of Yang deficiency, Backbone also includes agents to dispel cold and damp and to move blood in order to eliminate stagnation in the low back, thus making the formula effective for chronic problems.|
|Ingredients||Du Zhong (Eucommia bark) Bu Gu Zhi (Psoralea fruit) Gou Ji (Woodwardia orientalis rhizome) Tu Si Zi (Cuscuta seed) Rou Cong Rong (Cistanche salsa herb) Shu Di Huang (Rehmannia (cooked) root) Gui Ban (Tortoise shell from Chinemys reevesii) Chuan Niu Xi (Cyathula root) Wu Jia Pi (Acanthopanax cortex) Dang Gui Wei (Tang Kuei Tails root) Xu Duan (Dipsacus root) Hong Hua (Carthamus flower) Mo Yao (Myrrh Resin) Wu Zhu Yu (Cornus fruit)|