Woman's Treasure, 100 tablets

Woman's Treasure, 100 tablets

Woman's Treasure, 100 tablets

SKU SF225-100
Brand Seven Forests
Unit Size 100 tablets (crude herbs are powdered and formed)
Chinese Symptomology Reduced sexual driveLow energyBack painCold feet
Western Symptomology Female infertilityMenstrual disordersCervical dysplasia
Actions Nourish kidney and liverTonify qi and yangVitalize blood
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English name Woman's Treasure, 100 tablets
Description Woman\'s Treasure was formulated on the basis of work in modern Chinese clinics in treating funtional infertility (e.g., amenorrhea, hormonal imbalance, lowered fertility with aging). The basic method of therapy is to "warm the uterus" by tonifying kidney yang and vitalizing the circulation of blood. Together, these two activities are thought to restore the normal reproductive functions. They will regulate the menstrual cycle, normalize the hormones, improve the sexual drive, and, if all other conditions are correct (e.g., no problem of male infertility or use of birth control), result in pregnancy. Simply discontinue use of the herbs once pregnancy is confirmed. In this formulation, fluorite, cistanche, curculigo, cynamorium, deer antler, epidemium, and cuscuta are the yang tonics used to warm the uterus. Tang-kuei, peony, red peony, and salvia vitalize blood circulation; these same herbs, along with rehmannia and deer antler, nourish the liver. There can be several different causes of infertility, some of which will require additional therapies. For example, when there is blockage of the fallopian tubes, it may be necessary to focus on blood vitalizing therapy (e.g., add Zedoaria Tablets, Myrrh Tablets, Turtle Shell Tablets, or Sparganium 12) and/or add phlegm resolving therapy (e.g., add Arisaema 10). It may be appropriate to start therapy with a decoction or dried decoction at high dosage for one month or more, and then follow-up using the tableted formulas. See also Wu Ji Bai Feng Wan (Pine Mountain) and Tang-kuei and Peony Formula (Ancient and Modern Formulas).
Ingredients Zi Shi Ying (fluorite) 7% Rou Cong Rong (cistanche) 7% Xian Mao (curculigo) 7% Dang Gui (tang-kuei) 6% Bai Shao (peony) 6% Di Huang (rehmannia) 6% Suo Yang (cynamorium) 6% Lu Rong (deer antler) 6% Chi Shao (red peony) 6% Dan Shen (salvia) 6% Huang Qi (astragalus) 6% Xiang Fu Zi (cyperus) 5% Nu Zhen Zi (ligustrum) 5% Gui Ban (tortoise shell) 5% Fu Ling (hoelen) 5% Yin Yang Huo (epidemium) 4% Tu Si Zi (cuscuta) 4% Gan Cao (licorice) 3%
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