Click to enlargeLanzhou Foguang Foci - Er Ming Zuo Ci Wan - 200 teapills

Ear Ringing, Left (Yin) Loving Pills

Er Ming Zuo Ci Wan by Lanzhou Foguang Foci is used for chronic ear ringing associated with weakened kidney qi. Results are expected in cases of gradual ringing brought about by kidney weakness, particularly in the aged. Bupleurum Chai Hu helps to bring the formula toward the ear, while magnitite Chi Shi descends the rising yang energy back down to the kidneys; this reduces ear ringing. It is not particularly helpful for ear ringing due to trauma or nerve damage from loud noises.

This formula is a variation of Liu Wei Di Huang Wan.

Western Symptomatology: Tinnitis

Contraindications: Rehmannia Shu Di Huang, a relatively greasy herb, can aggravate phlegm and food stasis causing bloating, nausea, or loose stools. Also, discontinue during colds and flu, as tonics tend to drive pathogenic factors into the interior.

Suggested Use: 8 pills 3 times daily.

Symptomatology: Ear ringing (tinnitus), dizziness, headache, insomnia, hypertension, or anxiety. Also used for chronic ear congestion. Also for hypertension due to kidney yin deficiency.

Benefits: Nourishes kidney yin, clears deficiency heat, settles the liver, subdues yang.

Patterns: Kidney qi deficiency

Ingredients: Prepared Rehmannia Root, Chinese Yam Root and Stem, Mature Asiatic Dogwood Fruit, Poria Sclerotium, Tree Peony Bark, Alisma Tuber, Bupleurum Root Or Herb. Inactive Ingredients Starch.


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