Nourishes Kidney Yin, Subdues Deficiency Fire, Clears Damp-Heat from the Lower Jiao
Kidney Yin deficiency with upflaring fire, and possible build-up of damp heat in lower jiao, presenting with malar flush, night sweats, hot flashes, five palms heat, steaming bone syndrome, tidal or low grade fever, restlessness, irritability, insomnia, dry mouth, thirst, chronic throat pain due to deficiency heat that is worse in the afternoon, evening, or when fatigued, bleeding gums, loose teeth, dizziness, tinnitus, weakness and pain in the low back or knees, spermatorrhea, nocturnal emissions, urinary difficulty, dark, scanty urine, Tongue: red Pulse: small, rapid, thready, rear position may be forceful
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Min Shan Chinese Herbal Formula
Standard Dosage: 8 pills, 3 x day.
Clinical Dosage: Administer half an hour before or one hour after eating. In severe cases or in the initial phases of treatment, dosage may be increased to 8-12 pills 3 times per day, then reduced to a maintenance dose as the treatment takes effect. May be used long-term for several weeks to several months. May be used over the course of several years. Monitor for signs of Spleen Qi deficiency. For weakened digestion with a tendency to dampness or phlegm, it may be administered with Bao He San/Wan or Xiang Sha Liu Jun Zi San/Wan.
Rehmannia glutinosa root-prep, Cornus officinalis fruit, Dioscorea opposita rhizome, Alisma orientalis rhizome, Paeonia suffruticosa root-bark, Poria cocos fungus, Phellodendron chinense bark, Anemarrhena asphodeloides rhizome. - Shu di huang, Shan zhu yu, Shan yao, Ze xie, Mu dan pi, Fu ling, Huang bai, Zhi mu.
Contraindicated for cases without upflaring fire due to yin deficiency. Contraindicated during the early stages of acute illness such as cold and flu, or during an acute infection. Use with caution in Spleen deficient patients with a tendency to loose stools, diarrhea, poor appetite or chronic digestive weakness.