Zuo Gui Yin - Restore the Left | Choose Pills, Powder, or Whole Herbs
Restore the Left [Kidney]
Zuo Gui Yin History:
Collected Treatises of Zhang Jing-Yue (1624)
Zuo Gui Yin's Uses
- Nourishes Yin
- Tonifies the Kidneys
- Astringes the Kidneys
- Tonifies Blood
- Kidney Yin and Jing Deficiency
- Wei Syndrome (Atrophy disorder) caused by Liver and Kidney Deficiency
Zuo Gui Yin Ingredients *
|Steamed Foxglove root||Shu Di Huang|
|Yam root||Shan Yao|
|Gou Ji berry||Gou Qi Zi|
|Poria Cocos mushroom *||Fu Ling|
|Deer Antler Gelatin *||Lu Jiao JIao|
|Tortoise Shell *||Gui Ban|
|Cornelian Cherry||Shan Zhu Yu|
|Achyranthes root *||Niu Xi|
|Dodder Seed *||Tu Su Zi|
|Honey-fried Licorice root||Zhi Gan Cao|
- Lu Jiao Jiao
- Gui Ban Jiao
- Niu Xi
- TuSu Zi
Safety of Zuo Gui Yin
Though Zuo Gui Yin is widely considered safe, pregnant and nursing women should always consult their health care provider before taking any supplement
Traditional Chinese Medicine is powerful and reliable, but it can be complex. As TCM is not based on symptoms alone, self-diagnosis and self-treatment aren't recommended. Best to start a low cost online-herbal-consultation.
On Modifying Zuo Gui Yin
- Heat in the Lungs, add Mai Men Dong.
- Blood Stasis or Pain, add Mu Dan Pi.
- For Heat in the Spleen with consequent 'false hunger' add Bai Shao.
- For Kidney Heat with profuse sweating add Di Gu Pi.
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