Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan - Kidney Qi Pill
Cooking Instructions: Grind the ingredients into powder and form into small pills with honey. Take 6-9g of the pills once or twice daily with warm water.
Treats Eastern: A kidney yin and yang tonic that tonifies kidney qi rather than yin or yang specifically. The yang of the body drives the functional transformation of water in the body, directing the pure upward and turbid downward. If the kidney is unable to transform qi and move water there will be urinary difficulty and edema. The water and qi may also rebel upward causing panting and irritability leading to difficult lying down.
Treats Western: Low back pain, weakness of lower extremities, cold sensation in lower half of body, tenseness is lower abdomen, pale swollen tongue with thing white and moist coating. An empty or frail pulse that is submerged and faint at the proximal position.
Recipe ID: 31
Special Tags: Classical Formula, Granular Formula,
Submitted by: Justin hays from Dallas, Texas
Date Submitted: 7/4/2020
Note: Temperature is determined by assigning a value from -2 to 2, where -2 is cold, -1 is cool, 0 is neutral, 1 is warm, and 2 is hot. The final temperature analysis / breakdown reflects the average temperature of all ingredients that affect the channel, multplied by the percentage of ingredients that affect the channel.
# Ingredients: 25
Channels Entered:LUNG x4 (4/25)
STOMACH x1 (1/25)
SPLEEN x7 (7/25)
KIDNEY x23 (23/25)
URINE BLADDER x10 (10/25)
LIVER x15 (15/25)
HEART x15 (15/25)
DEFICENT HEAT x6
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