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Taste Sweet - Bensky Properties Neutral - Bensky Contraindications While this is not as greasy and cloying as many other yin and blood tonics, those with Spleen deficiency and dampness leading to diarrhea may still find it hard to digest. In those cases, the herb should be used with caution. - Bensky Chinese Symptomology Sore back and legs, low-grade abdominal pain, impotence, nocturnal emission, wasting and thirsting disorder, consumption due to yin and blood deficiency; Dizziness, blurred vision, diminished visual acuity due to Liver and Kidney deficiency patterns; Consumptive cough - Bensky Actions Enriches the yin of the Kidneys and Lungs, nourishes the Liver blood, mildly tonifies the Kidney yang. - Bensky Pattern Yin and blood deficiency; Liver and Kidney deficiency - Bensky Channels Entered Liver, Lung, Kidney - Bensky Ingredients Lycium Fruit (Gou Qi Zi)
Nourishes and tonifies the Liver and Kidneys: for yin and blood deficiency patterns with such symptoms as sore back and legs, low-grade abdominal pain, impotence, nocturnal emissions, wasting and thirsting disorder, and consumption. Because this herb is neither hot nor cold, it is commonly used in treating Liver and Kidney deficiency.* Benefits the essence and brightens the eyes: for Liver and Kidney deficiency patterns where the essence and blood are unable to nourish the eyes. Manifestations include dizziness, blurred vision, and diminished visual acuity.* Enriches the yin and moistens the Lungs: for consumptive cough and wasting and thirsting disorder.*