20% Off Intro to Sound Healing Tuning Fork Set. Package includes Mid Ohm Tuning Fork (136.1 hz), Tuning Fork Activator (latex-free); Instructional booklet with photos and illustrations demonstrating use; plus Sound Healing CD featuring music that harmonizes with the Ohm Tuning Fork, enhancing its healing resonance.
|Unit Size||100 tablets (crude herbs are powdered and formed)|
|Western Symptomology||Itching due to allergyEczemaPsoriasisArthritis with hot joints|
|Actions||Dispel wind and dampnessCalm internal wind|
Note: Seven Forest items are not eligible for any discounts
|English name||Zaocys Tablets|
|Description||Zaocys Tablets is based on well-known patent formulas for itching, such as Kai Yeung Pill (Huashe Jieyang Wan), Tri-Snake Itch-Removing Pills, and Armadillo Counter Poison Pills. These formulas rely mainly on medicinal snakes, of which zaocys is the main one used for itching, combined with herbs that are commonly used for treating damp-heat skin ailments, such as cnidium fruit, siler, and cicada (see Kochia 13 and Lonicera 13 for other formulation approaches, both used for eczema). Unfortunately, most of the patent pills contain undesirable substances and unlabeled ingredients, so they can\\'t be used in the modern setting; this formula can take their place. Itching is most often caused by an allergy type reaction, due to ingested substances or contact allergens, and may be worsened by stress hormones. However, it can also by the result of accumulation of other substances in the skin from non-allergy causes. The itching is classified by the Chinese as being a damp heat condition combined with wind. This is also the nature of the hot-type arthritis (see Clerodendron 6). Snakes are frequently used for skin itching and arthritis. This formula differs from another anti-allergy formula, Xanthium 12, in that it does not contain the herbs for astringing mucous secretions and opening the sinuses. Zaocys Tablets also differs from another anti-itching formula, Zhu Dan Tablets; the latter is to be used when there are signs of gallbladder disorder and accumulation of hot phlegm (a syndrome of heat and dampness, which can produce itching as one symptom). It is important to identify inducers of the skin rashes and avoid them to the extent possible.|
Wu Shao She (zaocys) 25% Bai Ji Li (tribulus) 13% Chan Tui (cicada) 12% Chi Shao (red peony) 10% Dang Gui (tang-kuei) 10% Jing Jie (schizonepeta) 10% Fang Feng (siler) 10% She Chuang Zi (cnidium fruit) 6% Gan Cao (licorice) 4%