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Jin Ying Zi

Posted by: admin on Feb 23, 2008 - 07:30 PM
Stabilize & Bind

1 TASTE
Sour, astringent and neutral


2 MERIDIANS
Kidney, urinary bladder and large intestine


3 FUNCTIONS
1. To control the essence; 2. To astringe the intestines and stop Diarrhea; 3. To decrease urination


4 INDICATIONS
1. Deficiency of the kidneys manifested as seminal emissions, nocturnal enuresis or leukorrhagia. Cherokee rose hips (Jin Ying Zi) are used with Euryale seed (Qian Shi) and Dadder seed (Tu Si Zi).    2.  Chronic diarrhea due to deficiency of the spleen. Cherolee rose hips (Jinyingzi) is used with Pilose asiabell root (Dang Shen), White atractylodes (Bai Zhu) and Dioscorea (Shan Yao).


5 DOSAGE
6-18g


6 COUTIONS
This herb is contraindicated in cases with excessive fire or excessive pathogenic factors.


Jin Ying Zi

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