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Mai Wei Di Huang Wan, 16oz

Mai Wei Di Huang Wan, 16oz

Mai Wei Di Huang Wan, 16oz

SKU FIVE238-16
Brand Five Flavors Herbs
Unit Size 16oz
Potency 1:3 Concentrate
Chinese Symptomology Signs & symptoms of lung yin vacuity include: * A dry cough with scanty phlegm * Panting and wheezing * Thirst, possible polydipsiaSigns & symptoms of kidney yin include: * Dizziness * Tinnitus * Low back and knee soreness and limpness * Nocturia * Night sweats * A red tongue with scanty fur * A fine, rapid pulse
Western Symptomology Lung-kidney yin vacuity resulting in chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma, pertussis, pulmonary tuberculosis, diabetes mellitus
Actions Supplements and nourishes the lungs and kidneys
Pattern Lung-kidney yin vacuity
Chinese name Mai Wei Di Huang Wan
English name Ophiopogon & Schisandra Rehmannia Pill
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Within this formula, Mai Men Dong, Wu Wei Zi, and Shu Di Huang all nourish and enrich yin. Mai Men Dong focuses on the lungs, while Shu Di Huang focuses on the kidneys. Wu Wei Zi enters all five viscera. Wu Wei Zi also secures the lungs. Shan Zhu Yu supplements yin and yang evenly. Shan Yao and Fu Ling supplement the latter heaven so it can bolster and support the former heaven. Shan Yao also enriches yin. Ze Xie drains fire downward, thus guiding ministerial fire back to its lower source. Mu Dn Pi quickens the blood and clears vacuity heat. This formula comes from Gong Ding-xians Ming dynasty Shou Shi Bao Yuan (Achieving Longevity by Guarding the Source) published in 1615 under the name Ba Xian Chang Shou Wan (Eight Immortals Lengthening Longevity Pill).


Prepared Rehmannia root [Shu Di Huang], Asiatic Dogwood fruit [Shan Zhu Yu], Chinese Yam [Shan Yao], Tree Peony root [Mu Dan Pi], Poria sclerotium [Fu Ling], Alisma rhizome [Ze Xie], Dwarf Lilyturf root [Mai Men Dong], Schisandra fruit [Wu Wei Zi].

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