Discontinued by ChinaMed

Summary

  • Traditionally used in Chinese medicine to nourish the liver and the kidney Yin, clear internal heat in liver fire pattern, soothe the liver and extinguish wind
  • This is a modern formulation designed specifically to reduce blood pressure
  • The selection of herbs in this particular fonnula combines both TCM and Western principles of treatment and extinguish interior wind, clear heat, nourish the Liver and kidney Yin and reduce Yang hyperactivity
  • The herbal combinations are chosen according to a demonstrated hypotensive action in clinical or animal studies
  • This formula is fairly 'middle of the road' in terms of its action and is therefore suitable for cases with both Liver and Kidney Yin deficiency together with some degree of liver fire

 Indications: 

  • Hypertension

TCM Syndromes: 

  • Interior wind due to hyperactivity of the liver Yang and liver fire

 Key clinical features:

  • Elevated blood pressure
  • Tongue is red with a scanty coat
  • Wiry and thready ulse that may also be rapdi
  • Headache, dizziness, tinnitus
  • Night sweat
  • Dry mouth and throat
  • Soreness and weakness of the lower back and knees

Dosage & warnings

3 capsules twice daily 1 hour away from food

If symptoms persist, seek the advice of a healthcare professional

Only take as directed.

Formulation

Ingredient
Rehmannia glutinosa (root) ext. equiv. dry (Di Huang) 227.8 mg
Senna tora (seed) ext. equiv. dry (Jue Ming Zi) 170.8 mg
Uncaria rhyncophylla (stem) ext. equiv. dry (Gambir) 136.6 mg
Leonurus cardiaca (herb) ext. equiv. dry (Yi Mu Cao) 136.6 mg
Prunella vulgaris (flower) ext. equiv. dry 136.6 mg
Tribulus terrestris (fruit) ext. equiv. dry (Bai Ji Li) 136.6 mg
Fallopia multiflora (root) ext. equiv. dry (He Shou Wu) 136.6 mg
Ophiopogon japonicus (tuber) ext. equiv. dry (Mai Dong) 136.6 mg
Scutellaria baicalensis (root) ext. equiv. dry (Huang Qin) 102.6 mg
Styphnolobium japonicum (flower) ext. equiv. dry (Huai Hua) 102.6 mg
Paeonia suffruticosa (root bark) ext. equiv. dry (Mu Dan Pi) 102.6 mg
Achyranthes bidentata (root) ext. equiv. dry (Huai Niu Xi) 102.6 mg
Scrophularia ningpoensis (root) ext. equiv. dry (Xuan Shen) 102.6 mg
Chrysanthemum sinense (flower) ext. equiv. dry (Ju Hua) 68.5 mg