Click to enlargeLanzhou Foguang Foci - Jin Suo Gu Jing Wan - 200 teapills

Golden Lock Restrain Jing Pills

Jin Suo Gu Jing Wan by Lanzhou Foguang Foci is intended for nocturnal emission (wet dream) and spermatorrhea (unintentional leakage of semen); it can also be used urinary dribbling. It is also helpful for ejaculation control recommended in Daoist sexual practices. It is not intended as a root treatment for nocturnal emission, which include deficiency of kidney yang, deficiency of jing or deficiency of kidney yin. In cases of deficiency fire, combine with Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan or Da Bu Yin Wan.

Suggested Use: 8 pills 3 times daily.

Symptomatology: Male sexual dysfunction causing nocturnal emission, spermatorrhea, or premature ejaculation; Urinary dribbling, leukorrhea (vaginal discharge), excessive sweating or diarrhea; Swollen prostrate with lower back pain, fatigue, tinnitus or palpitation; enuresis (pediatric bed-wetting).

Benefits: Secures jing, benefits and secures the kidneys, secures and astringes urine.

Patterns: Kidney qi deficiency

Ingredients: Mature Lotus Seed, Mature Euryale Seed, Lotus Stamen, Oyster Shell, Mature Flat-stem Milkvetch Seed. Inactive ingredients: starch.


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