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Ci Shi - Shu (Lab Tested)

Ci Shi - Shu (Lab Tested)

Ci Shi - Shu (Lab Tested)

Brand NuHerbs
Unit Size 1 pound
Potency 1:1
Taste Acrid; Salty
Properties Cold
Contraindications Use with caution in cases with weak Spleen or Stomach
Chinese Symptomology Restlessness; Palpitations; Insomnia; Tremors; Upward blazing of Liver Fire that deranges and disturbs the Heart spirit; dizziness; vertigo; Convulsions in children caused by shock; Impaired hearing; Impaired vision; Deafness; Tinnitus; Visual disturbances due to Liver and Kidney deficiency; Chronic Asthma due to failure of the Kidneys to grasp the qi
Actions Anchors and calms the spirit; Nourishes the Kidneys, augments the Liver, and improves hearing and vision; Aids the Kidneys in grasping the qi
Pattern Yin deficiency and ascendant yang; Upward blazing of Liver fire that deranges and disturbs the Heart spirit; Liver and Kidney deficiency; Failure of the Kidneys to grasp the qi
Channels Entered Kidney, Liver

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Chinese name Ci Shi
English name Magnetitum

Salty, cold and heavy in weight, Magnetitum (ci shi) enters the Liver and Kidney channels to protect the true yin, anchor the yang which is floating upward, and quiet the Heart spirit. The Kidneys govern the bones and store the essence, and the orifice of the Kidneys is the ears; thus, when the Kidneys are deficient and the essence is exhausted, there will be dizziness, tinnitus, and deafness,or wheezing, as the Kidneys fail to grasp the qi. The Liver governs the sinews and stores the blood, and the orifice of the Liver is the eyes; thus, when the Liver is deficient and lacks blood, the sinews will become weak and the vision will be impaired. Yin deficiency allows the yang to ascend, leading to derangement of the Heart spirit and thus palpitations, forgetfulness, insomnia, and restless activity. In all these situations, Magnetitum (ci shi) can serve as the chief medicinal, because its salty coldness travels into the lower body to nourish the Kidneys, augment the essence and blood, and suppress and contain the floating yang. (from Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.)*

Ingredients Ci Shi - Magnetitum (Lab Tested), Cooked
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