Click to enlargeFar East Summit - Chinese Yam - 4 oz

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Taste Sweet - Bensky Properties Neutral - Bensky Contraindications Should not be used by itself when there is an accumulation of dampness marked by fullness in the abdomen - Bensky Chinese Symptomology Diarrhea, fatigue, spontaneous sweating, lack of appetite; Chronic cough or wheezing due to Lung deficiency; Wasting and thirsting disorder; Spermatorrhea, urinary frequency, vaginal discharge - Bensky Actions Tonifies the qi and yin of the Lungs, Spleen, and Kidneys; secures the essence Pattern Spleen and Stomach deficiency; Lung deficiency Ingredients Shan Yao - Dioscorea oppositiflora Tonifies and augments the Spleen and Stomach: for Spleen or Stomach deficiency with such symptoms as diarrhea, fatigue, spontaneous sweating, and lack of appetite.* Tonifies the Lung qi and augments the Lung yin: for chronic cough or wheezing due to Lung deficiency.* Tonifies the Kidneys and also stabilizes and binds: because this herb moistens and is neither hot nor cold, it benefits both the yin and the yang of the Lungs and Kidneys. It is therefore often used in treating wasting and thirsting disorder, sometimes in a large dosage as a stand-alone herb, It also secures the essence and treats spermatorrhea, urinary frequency, and vaginal discharge.*


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