Click to enlargePlum Flower - Right-Side Replenishing (You Gui Wan) - 200 teapills

Right-Side Replenishing (You Gui Wan) by Plum Flower assists to restore Kidney Yang & Jing-Essence Deficiency Chinese Medicine patterns.

A cold lower back, legs, incontinence, slow mental or physical movement, fluid retention of the limbs and mid-section, frequent urination and stiff, cold joints [especially the knees] can all be seen in the Chinese Medicine Pattern of Kidney Yang Deficiency.

Fatigue or exhaustion
Pain and weakness of the low back and knees
Achy joints
Cold limbs
Cold intolerance
Loss of hearing
Poor appetite
Loose stools with undigested food
Low libido

Other names: You Gui Yin, Restore the Right, Right Side Replenishing Formula, Right Returning, Right Side Replenishing

Ingredients (Pin Yin): Shu di huang, Shan yao, Shan zhu yu, Gou qi zi, Du zhong, Tu si zi, Dang gui, Rou gui

Ingredients: Rehmannia glutinosa root-prep, Dioscorea opposita rhizome, Cornus officinalis fruit, Lycium chinense fruit, Eucommia ulmoides bark, Cuscuta chinensis seed, Angelica sinensis root, Cinnamomum cassia bark. Other Ingredients: Talcum, Activated carbon, China wax.

TCM Functions: Warms the Kidney, Strengthens Yang, Replenishes Jing-essence, Tonifies Blood

Standard Dosage: 8 pills, 3 x per day


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