Backbone | Health Concerns
Backbone (Health Concerns Brand)
Health Concern's Backbone Pills, formerly Backbone 90, is a wide-spectrum tonic to support people having low back pain. Though it strongly tonifies Kidney YANG, with herbs such as BU GU ZI, XU DUAN, TU SU ZI, ROU CONG RONG, and most importantly GOU JI and DU ZHONG, it also contains SHU DI HUANG, and GUI BAN, which fortify the YIN and Blood but are commonly used for low back pain stemming from Kidney YIN deficiency. Backbone also contains Blood Vitalizers like DANG GUI WEI, HONG HUA, and MO YAO to relieve pain, and finally WU WEI ZI to astringe the Kidney, and allow the QI to collect.
When to Use Backbone Pills
An herbal supplement used for normalizing lower back function and normal male fertility.
- Supports Qi Of The Low Back (Kidney Qi)
- Supports Normal Bone Function
- Supports Normal Sperm Motility
- Weakness And Pain In Knees
- Cold Limbs
- 'Bags Under The Eyes'
- Male Infertility
Backbone Pills' TCM Functions
- Fortifies Kidney YANG And Dispels Cold
- Moves the Blood And Breaks Stasis
- Astringes Essence (JING)
- Strengthens The Sinews
- Strengthens The Low Back And Knees
When Not to Use Backbone Pills: Safety Cautions and Contraindications
Do not use for upper back pain. Much upper back pain is due to an excessive build-up of QI in the head, neck, and shoulders. Adding stimulating YANG building herbs such as those in Backbone Pills could, at least theoretically, exacerbate upper-body pain.
This is a potentially stimulating formula. Do not use with fever or excess heat conditions. Use cautiously with deficiency heat conditions.
This supplement is intended for health care professionals or for those educated in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
TCM is powerful and reliable, but it can also be complex. Self-diagnosis and self-treatment aren't usually recommended, especially in long-term or re-occuring conditions. Best to start an e-mail and/or phone consultation here and now at Online-Herbal-Consultation.
Ingredients of Health Concerns Backbone Pills
- Eucommia (DU ZHONG)
- Cibotium (GOU JI)
- Acanthopanax (WU JIA PI)
- Dipsacus (XU DUAN)
- Tortoise shell (GUI BAN)
- Cyathula (CHUAN NIU XI),
- Tang kuei tails (DANG GUI WEI)
- Carthamus (HONG HUA)
- Myrrh (MO YAO)
- Psoralea (BU GU ZHI)
- cuscuta (TU SI ZI)
- cistanche salsa (ROU CONG RONG)
- cornus (SHAN ZHU YU)
- Rehmannia (SHU DI HUANG)
2-3 tablets, 3X a day, or as prescribed.
Best on an empty stomach
90 tabs, 750 mg
*These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.