Seven Forests Coix 100 count
Coix, also known as Yi Yi An Chuang Pian, clears heat, cleans toxin, and vitalizes blood.
What it is best for:
Coix Tablets may be helpful for the following:
- Intestines- diarrhea
- Skin Eruptions
Chinese Therapeutic Effects:
- Clear Heat
- Clean Toxin
- Vitalize Blood
Coix general notes
Coix by Seven Forests combines three formula principles for alleviating acne and other skin eruptions. First, to nourish the skin and keep it smooth coix is used as the main ingredient. Second, there are blood vitalizing herbs (Red Root Sage, calamus gum, red peony) that help restore disrupted circulation at the site of skin inflammation and infection. Third, there are herbs to help fight the infection (sophora, oldenlandia). An ingredient of this formula that is not commonly included in traditional formulas, chimonanthus, combines all the principles: it "cools blood, cleanses heat, removes toxin, regulates qi, invigorates blood circulation, and promotes tissue regeneration."
The formula is not based on any of the traditional formulas but reflects some trends in modern strategies for skin eruptions as reported in Chinese medical literature. This formula can also be useful for infection caused diarrhea. The dual use of the formula reflects similarities in problems of inflammation at a body surface (skin or the intestinal lining) and may also reflect the traditional Chinese correlation between skin and large intestine (mediated by the lungs). Coix is often used for diarrhea.
Coix by Seven Forests contains:
|Pin Yin ||English ||Percentage |
|Yi Yi Ren ||Coix ||14% |
|Dan Shen ||Red Root Sage Root ||14% |
|Bai Hua She She Cao ||Oldenlandia (Hedyotis) ||12% |
|Sheng Di Huang ||Rehmannia (Fresh) ||12% |
|Ku Shen ||Sophora Flavescens ||12% |
|Xue Jie ||Dragon's Blood ||12% |
|Chi Shao ||Peony (Red) ||12% |
|Lameihua ||Chimonanthus ||12% |
How you use it:
Take 2-3 count, three times a day.