Click to enlargeJade Dragon - Menopause (Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan) - 200 teapills

Menopause (Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan) by Jade Dragon is a excellent for easing menopausal signs due to Yin vacuity Heat: malaise, irritability, hot flashes, low back pain, dry mouth, night sweat.

Dosage: 6 teapills, 3x daily

Potency: 3:1 / 180mg

Chinese Symptomology: Hectic fever and night sweats, lower back and sore knees, sore throat, insomnia, chronic swelling of the gums, ringing in the ears, and nocturnal seminal emission.

Western Symptomology: Chronic disease, hypertension, and chronic nephritis.

Actions: Nourishes yin to decrease pathogenic fire.

Pattern: Hyperactivity of fire caused by yin deficiency.

Branch: Kidney

Menopause (Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan) Ingredients: Di Huang -shu (Rehmannia Root (Prepared)) Rehmannia glutinosa; Radix Praep. 28.00% Shan Zhu Yu (Asiatic Dogwood Fruit) Cornus officinalis; Fructus 14.00% Huai Shan / Shan Yao (Chinese Yam) Dioscorea oppositiflora; Radix 14.00% Ze Xie (Asian Water Plantain Rhizome) Alismatis orientalis; Rhizoma 10.00% Mu Dan Pi (Tree Peony Root Bark) Paeonia suffruticosa; Cortex 10.00% Fu Ling (Poria; Hoelen; Tuckahoe) Poria cocos; Sclerotium 10.00% Huang Bai (Phellodendron Bark) Phellodendron spp.; Cortex 7.00% Zhi Mu (Anemarrhena) Anemarrhena asphodeloides; Rh. 7.00%


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