Symptoms: -Anxiety and Nervousness -Menopause - Hot Flashes -Menopause - Night Sweats -Yin deficiencyTherapeutic Actions: -Use for treating yin deficiency with rising yang -Treats night sweats, afternoon fever, and sensation of heat with a red tongue and fast pulse -It can also be used for hot flashes, including menopausal heat symptoms, chemotherapy and radiation related heat symptoms, AIDS related night sweats and other heat symptomsChinese Therapeutic Effects: -Nourishes kidney yin -Subdues deficiency fire -Clears heat -Stops sweatingGreat Yin is based on the formula Da Bu Yin. The main ingredient is rehmannia root (shu di huang) a sweet, bitter and cold herb that nourishes yin and produces fluids and clears heat. It is used traditionally in many formulas to strengthen kidney yin and for bleeding problems such as hematuria, epistaxis and uterine bleeding. Cultivated tortoise shell (gui ban) is a salty, sweet and neutral herb that replenishes yin as well as subdues liver yang and nourishes the kidney. Traditionally this herb is used for tidal fevers, night sweats, uterine bleeding and dry mouth and throat. Health Concerns uses cultivated tortoise shell from Chinemys reevesii species. Phellodendron cortex (huang bai) is a bitter and cold herb that eliminates damp heat, subdues fire and clears heat caused by yin deficiency. Anemarrhena root (zhi mu) is a bitter, cold herb that purges fire in the lung and stomach and replenishes yin. It has been traditionally used for tuberculosis, chronic low fevers and back pain.
Direction of use As a Herbal supplement, 3 tablets TID, between meals.
Internal: 3 tablets TID, between meals
Rehmannia (cooked) root shu di huang
Tortoise (from Chinemys reevesii) shell gui ban
Phellodendron cortex huang bai
Anemarrhena root zhi mu