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Disperse Moisture, 1 oz
Disperse Moisture, 1 oz
|Brand||Chinese Modular Solutions by Kan Herb Company|
|Unit Size||1 oz|
|Dosage||2 to 3 droppers, 2 to 4 times daily|
|Chinese Symptomology||Occasional nausea with excess saliva or fluid in stomach;Nausea or indigestion with loose stool and reduced urination; Urinary frequency or urgency with decreased output; Occasional mild swelling or puffiness of face, hands, or ankles; Premenstrual bloating with a feeling of heaviness or water retention; Feeling of watery congestion in ears or sinuses; Soreness or tenderness of the muscles, or joints, especially in humid weather; Mucus congestion of nose, ears, eyes, or throat after eating; Soft enlarged lymph nodes.|
|Actions||Poria, pinellia, atractylodes, and giant hyssop assist the Spleen in transforming and transporting fluids, preventing congested Moisture (Dampness) from hindering the function of the Stomach. Quisqualis fruit, Asian water plantain, and Job\\'s tears regulate the Lung, Large Intestine, and Bladder and facilitate the excretiion of surplus Moisture. Chinese quince and tokoro yam remove Dampness from the channels and vessels and drain turbid fluid from the Stomach. This combination of herbs adjusts the distribution and discharge of body fluids, and prevents the formation of Dampness, Damp-Heat, and Phlegm that arise from the congestion of Moisture in the viscera and channels.|
|English name||Disperse Moisture, 1 oz|
|Description||Accumulation of moisture, which may arise from a variety of circumstances, leads to and becomes the pathogenic condition of Dampness. It is the role of the Kidney to govern fluids, the Spleen to transform them, and the Lung to make them descend. The appropriate behavior of each of these Organ networks is crucial to the adequate distribution and storage of Moisture (Jin-ye). Dysfunction of the Kidney, Spleen, or Lung can cause Moisture to accumulate and create Dampness. Dampness, in turn, can block the circulation of Qi or Blood, and interact with the adverse influences of Cold, Heat, Dryness, or Wind to generate Phlegm and Damp-Heat.
Disperse Moisture regulates the fluid generating, distributing, storing, and eliminating functions of the Spleen, Lung, and Kidney while gently decongesting the circulation of Moisture.
Yi yi ren - Jobs tears seed; Fu ling - Poria; Shi jun zi - Quisqualis fruit; Ze xie - Asian water plantain rhizome; Jiang ban xia - Ginger cured pinellia rhizome; Huo xiang - Chinese giant hyssop herb; Bi xie - Tokoro yam rhizome; Mu gua - Chinese quince fruit; Cang zhu - Cang-zhu atractylodes rhizome
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