Click to enlargeGreat Nature by Blue Poppy - Da Bu Yin Wan; Great Sup - 270 TABS

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Chinese Symptomology Hot flashes;Night sweats;Feverish palms and soles;Tidal low grade fevers;Palpitations;Insomnia;Anxiety;Spermatorrhea;Lower Back Pain;Coughing up blood;Bleeding from the nose;Bleeding from the stomach;Bleeding from the rectum;Bleeding from the vagina;Bleeding from the urethra Western Symptomology Menopausal disorder;Hyperthyroidism;Tuberculosis (late stage fever);Diabetes;AIDS (late stage fever) Actions Nourishes kidney yin, clears heat, subdues deficiency fire, stops sweating. Pattern Yin deficiency fire flourishing upwards;Bleeding due to deficiency heat Ingredients Shu Di Huang (cooked Radix Rehmanniae) 225 mg ~ Gui Ban (Plastrum Testudinis) 225 mg ~ dry stir-fried Huang Bai (Cortex Phellodendri) 150 mg ~ wine stir-fried Zhi Mu (Rhizoma Anemarrhenae) 150 mg Within this formula, Shu Di Huang supplements and enriches the liver and kidneys, while Gui Ban nourishes yin and heavily settles and subdues upwardly floating ministerial fire. Huang Bai and Zhi Mu clear heat and drain fire. Zhi Mu does also enrich yin. This formula comes from Zhu Dan-xiís Ming dynasty Dan Xi Xin Fa (Dan-xiís Heart Methods) published in 1481.


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