Click to enlargeFar East Summit - Lycium & Rehmannia Formula - 32 Oz.

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Chinese Symptomology blurred vision; vertigo; high blood pressure; eyes dry, painful and swollen; dizziness; photophobia; tearing when exposed to the wind; ear ringing; restlessness; insomnia. Western Symptomology Dryness, blurry vision, pressure behind the eyes, poor night vision; glaucoma, photophobia, cataract, optic neuritis, retinal detachment, retinitis, herpes simplex retinitis Actions Enriches and supplements the liver and kidneys. Pattern Liver yin deficiency;Kidney yin deficiency Channels Entered Liver, Kidney Tongue Red with thin coating Pulse Thin and wiry Ingredients Prepared Rehmannia root,Cornus fruit, Chinese Yam root, Poria sclerotium fungus, Alisma rhizome, Moutan root bark, Lycium fruit, Chrysanthemum flower. This formula is a refinement of Ming Mu Di Huang Wan, removing Haliotis Shi Jue Ming and Tribulus Bai Ji Li. It treats vision problems rooted in chronic deficiency of Liver Yin without obvious signs of excess Yang or Heat. Symptoms include blurring of vision, or gradual weakening of eyesight. It is a popular and effective formula for blurry vision or dry eyes. (Fratkin, Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines).


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