Plum Flower Brand Abundant Yin Teapills
Yin Deficiency can show at any age, but is prominent from ages 40 on up with very strong signs of Deficiency Fire.
When Yin Deficiency flares upward it may present as:
- malar flush
- night sweats
- hot flashes
- five center heat [palms, sole of feet and chest]
- sensation of heat in the knees and legs
- bone steaming syndrome
- tidal or low-grade fever
- dry mouth
- extreme thirst
- chronic throat pain due to deficiency heat that is worse in the afternoon, evening, or when fatigued
- bleeding gums
- loose teeth
- weakness and pain in the low back or knees
- nocturnal emissions
- cough with blood
- gnawing hunger
To help explain Yin Deficiency, it would be easiest to think of a simple 1 to 1 ratio, in regards to balancing your Yin with your Yang.
The signs of excess Fire [Yang] as described above, are shown not because of too much Heat in your body, but as a lack of Yin [cooling, regulating, nourishing] to keep it in check.
For instance, what if there was little or no fluid in your car’s radiator? Your car would run inefficient and eventually, would break down [or blow up!].
What Exactly Is Yin In Reference To Your Body?
Yin may be described as:
- all of your bodily fluids
- the moistening of internal organs
- vascular system
- the fluids required for cellular life
- breakdown and growth
- humeral balance and on and on…
Could sufficient Yin not be more important for life and longevity?
Take for instance the oddly termed Daily Disharmony of Bone Steaming. It is a descriptive term coined by Chinese Medicine. Chinese Medicine uses such descriptive wording to truly express what may be exactly happening within your body. Without the proper amount of fluids [Blood is included here] proper heat regulation through dispersal cannot occur. This is like cooking chicken soup with a few drops of water, but an efficient amount of heat. You end up steaming the bones! Abundant Yin works by tonifying Liver and Kidney Yin, sedating Deficiency Fire and alleviating Steaming Bone Syndrome.
Shu di huang, Gui ban, Zhi mu, Huang bai, (Botanical): Activated carbon, Botanical wax, Talcum
Directions For Abundant Yin Teapills:
Manufacturer standard dosage is 8 teapills, 3 times per day.
Take with warm water.
Contraindications for Abundant Yin Teapills:
Contraindicated during pregnancy.