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Health Concerns - Great Yin - 90 tabs
Health Concerns - Great Yin - 90 tabs
 
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Health Concerns Great Yin

Great Yin, also known as Da Bu Yin (modified) is used for menopausal night sweats and hot flashes due to yin deficiency.

What it is best for:

Great Yin may be helpful for the following:

  • Menopause-night sweats
  • Menopause-hot flashes
  • Yin deficiency

Chinese Therapeutic Effects:

  • Nourish Kidney Yin
  • Clear Heat
  • Subdue Deficiency Fire
  • Stop Sweating

Why it works:

Great Yin is based on the formula Da Bu Yin. The main ingredient is rehmannia root (shu di huang) a sweet, bitter and cold herb that nourishes yin and produces fluids and clears heat. It is used traditionally in many formulas to strengthen kidney yin and for bleeding problems such as hematuria, epistaxis and uterine bleeding. Cultivated tortoise shell (gui ban) is a salty, sweet and neutral herb that replenishes yin as well as subdues liver yang and nourishes the kidney. Traditionally this herb is used for tidal fevers, night sweats, uterine bleeding and dry mouth and throat.

Health Concerns uses cultivated tortoise shell from Chinemys reevesii species. Phellodendron cortex (huang bai) is a bitter and cold herb that eliminates damp heat, subdues fire and clears heat caused by yin deficiency. Anemarrhena root (zhi mu) is a bitter, cold herb that purges fire in the lung and stomach and replenishes yin.

Great Yin by Health Concerns contains these ingredients:

Pin Yin English
Huang Bai (Chuan) Phellodendron Bark
Shu Di Huang Rehmannia (Cooked)
Su Jiu Gui Ban Testudinis Plastrum - deep fried
Zhi Mu Anemarrhena

How you use it:

3 tablets, three times a day, between meals

750 mg, 90 tablets, 10 day supply



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