|Unit Size||90 capsules, 650 mg., 15 day supply|
|Dosage||2 to 3 capsules TID, between meals|
|Potency||not disclosed - unknown|
|Contraindications||This is a safe, mild formula appropriate for long term use|
|Chinese Symptomology||Clears Heat from the Heart, Lungs, Liver, Stomach and Bladder, Tonifies Spleen Qi and Resolves Dampness, Circulates and Nourishes the Blood|
|Western Symptomology||vaginal infection, chronic urinary tract infections|
|Actions||1. Addresses chronic vaginal and urethral irritation and inflammation. 2. May be used for chronic bladder infections. 3. Treats stomatitis (mouth sores).|
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|Chinese name||Modified Qing Xin Lian Zi Yin|
|English name||Clearing (Heart-Clearing Lotus Seed Herbal Supplement)|
Clearing is specific for a common pattern that presents with recurring or chronic vaginitis. Many women in their thirties and forties with this condition suffer from a combination of spleen Qi deficiency leading to dampness, liver heat, deficient heat,and stagnant blood. This may occur with or without menstrual dysfunction. This formula is a modified version of the traditional formula:Heart Clearing Lotus Seed Drink (Qing Xin Lian Zi Yin). It is modified to suit the typical complex syndrome pattern that the practitioner sees in clinical practice.
Lian Zi (Lotus seed) Mai Men Dong (Ophiopogon tuber) Fu Ling (Poria sclerotium) Bai Ren Shen (White Ginseng root) Che Qian Zi (Plantago Seed) Huang Qin (Scute root) Sha Shen (Glehnia root) Tu Fu Ling (Smilax rhizome) Huang Qi (Astragalus root) Di Gu Pi (Lycium cortex) Mu Dan Pi (Moutan root bark) Chi Shao (Red Peony root) Gan Cao (Licorice Root)