Health Concerns Rehmannia 8 90 count
Rehmannia 8, also known as Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan, is beneficial for a number of conditions, including aging, and forgetfulness.
What it is best for:
Chinese Therapeutic Effects:
- Tonifies kidney qi and yang
- Warms the center
- Benefits the back
- Drains dampness
Rehmannia 8 can be used for the following symptoms:
- Low back pain
- Ear-Ringing - Kidney deficiency
- Blurry Vision
- Back, Weak - Kidney yin deficiency
- Prostate conditions
- Water retention
- Supports normal erectile function
- General fatigue
Why it works:
Rehmannia 8 is based on the traditional formula Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan used to tonify the kidney qi and yang. Eucommia (du zhong) replaces aconite (fu zi) in this formula to make it less warming and to add a strengthening effect for the tendons, ligaments, and bones.
Rehmannia (shu di huang) nourishes the blood and replenishes the kidney. Poria (fu ling) tonifies the spleen and stomach and pacifies the heart. Moutan (mu dan pi) eliminates heat from the blood. Dioscorea (shan yao) strengthens the spleen and stomach. Cornus (shan zhu yu) nourishes liver and kidney yin, Supports normal erectile function. Alisma (ze xie) resolves dampness . Cinnamon bark (gou gui) warms the spleen and tonifies kidney yang.
Rehmannia 8 by Health Concerns contain:
|Pin Yin ||English |
|shu di huang ||Rehmannia (cooked) root |
|fu ling ||Poria sclerotium |
|mu dan pi ||Moutan root bark |
|shan yao ||Dioscorea root |
|shan zhu yu ||Cornus fruit |
|ze xie ||Alisma rhizome |
|du zhong ||Eucommia bark |
|rou gui ||Cinnamon bark |
How you use it:
3 count, three times a day, between meals 90 count, 650 mg, 10 day supply.
Use cautiously in kidney yin deficiency with heat signs, i.e., hot hands and feet, afternoon fevers, night sweats