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You Gui Wan
You Gui Wan
|Brand||Herbal Times Teapills|
|Dosage||4 pills, 3 times daily.|
|Potency||3:1 / 300mg|
|Contraindications||Rehmannia Shu Di Huang, a relatively greasy herb, can aggravate phlegm and food stasis, causing bloating, nausea, or loose stools. Discontinue use during colds and flu.|
|Chinese Symptomology||Kidney Yang Deficiency; internal injury caused by overstrain; weakness and soreness of the loins and knees; cold and pain in the knees and lower back;; cold or edema of the limbs; lassitude; spermatorrhoea, impotence; loost stools; incontinence of urine;|
|Western Symptomology||Coronary heart disease, toxemia during pregnancy, chronic nephritis, hypertension, prostatitis, lupus, Addison\\'s disease|
|Actions||Tonifies the Kidney Yang; Replenishes the Vital Essence and enriches the Blood|
|Chinese name||You Gui Wan|
|English name||Right Return Pills|
|Description||This classical formula dates back to the Ming dynasty, and is considered one of the two most important prescriptions for tonifying Kidney Yang. "Returning the right" refers to the right, or Yang, Kidney. It supports Kidney Yang and Yin, thereby strengthening Kidney Qi. In modern clinical practice in China, it is often preferred to Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan for lumbar weakness, while Jin Gui is preferred for cold patterns with urinary disturbance. However, they can be used interchangeably. A good tonic for aged patients and following illness. (Fratkin, Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines)|
|Ingredients||Di Huang -shu (Rehmannia Root (Prepared)): 18%; Lu Jiao Jiao (Antler Gelatin): 13%; Huai Shan / Shan Yao (Chinese Yam): 13%; Dang Gui (Chinese Angelica Root): 9%; Shan Zhu Yu (Asiatic Dogwood Fruit): 9%; Du Zhong (Eucommia Bark): 9%; Tu Si Zi -chao (Chinese Dodder Seed): 9%; Gou Qi Zi (Wolfberry Fruit; Lycium Fruit): 9%; Rou Gui (Cassia Bark): 5%; Fu Pian (Bai) (Sichuan Aconite Root (Prepared)): 5%|