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Rx. Rehmanniae: Sheng Di Huang: 6-45g: Clears Heat, cools the Blood and nourishes the Yin and Blood. With Gou Qi Zi, softens the Liver by nourishing the Blood and Kidney Yin. With Mai Men Dong and Sha Shen, for dry mouth, thirst and a red tongue due to Stomach Yin Deficiency.
Yi Guan Jian; Da Bu Yin Wan ; Liu Wei Di Huang Wan; With Fire Flaring: Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan modified; With Yang Rising and Wind: Ling Yang Jiao Tang; With more prominent Liver Yin Deficiency symptoms: Shou Wu Yan Shou Dan Jia Jian; With Heart and Kidney Yin Deficiency symptoms: Tian Wang Bu Xin Dan modified
Lesleys Blog Nourish Your Yin with Yi… I’ve already addressed strengthening Kidney Yang with Two Immortals in an earlier blog post. Now that we’ve shifted from Kidney time of year to the Liver season, people may experience more Yin depletion, particularly if they haven’t gotten the rest they’ve needed this winter.
Sjogren's syndrome is a disorder of the immune system identified by its two most common symptoms — dry eyes and a dry mouth. The condition often accompanies other immune system disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus.
Jian Quan Huang Ti Tang Wen Jing Tang; Cough: Bai He Gu Jin Tang Liu Jun Zi Tang; Delayed ovulation: Jian Quan Huang Ti Tang; Dizziness: Dang Gui Shao Yao San; Frequent urination: Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang; General weakness: Bao Chan Wu You Fang Tai Shan Pan Shi San; Hypertension: Dang Gui Shao Yao San Yi Guan Jian Wu Ling San
DangGui & Glehnia Combination - Yi Guan JianPlease consult your herbalist/practitioner regarding your usage of this formula. Ingredients: Rehmanniae Radix (Sheng Di Huang 生地黃), Glehniae Radix (Bei Sha Shen 北沙參), Ophiopogonis Radix (Mai Men Dong 麥門冬), Ange
Item Number: Y027 Chinese Name: 一贯煎, Yi Guan Jian English Name: Linking Decoction Formula Principles: Enriches Yin and soothes the liver Ingredients: TCM Pattern: Liver-kidney Yin deficiency, liver Qi stagnation, liver and kidney Yin deficiency with abdominal masses Dosage： Mix 4.5 g in hot water and drink as tea, 2-3 daily.
2.1. Yi Guan Jian Preparation. All the herbs of Yi Guan Jian were purchased from Jiangyin Tianjiang Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (Jiangsu, China). The aqueous extract of Yi Guan Jian was prepared according to the following procedures: these herbs were soaked in 6 times (v/w) distilled water for an hour and then heated to boiling and decocted for 30 min.
This item can only be purchased by a licensed practitioner. Find a practitioner. SKU 366. Ingredients: Raw rehmannia root (sheng di huang), Lycium berries fruit (gou qi zi), Glehnia root (bei sha shen), Ophiopogon root (mai men dong), Tang-kuei root (dang gui), Melia fruit (chuan lian zi). Mandarin: 一貫煎.