Plum Flower American Ginseng
Xi Yang Shen
Pinyin Name: Xi Yang Shen
English Name: American Ginseng
Properties: sweet, bitter, cold
Channels Entered: Kidney, Heart, Lungs
Tonify qi and nourish yin, clear fire and generate body fluids, sedate heat in the intestines and stop bleeding are some of the conditions satisfied clients have successfully used this herb for.
Primary Traditional Functions
Tonifies Qi and Nourishes Yin
Benefits Lung and Kidney
- Yin-deficient fire with cough, wheezing, scanty sputum that may or may not be streaked with blood, loss of voice, or hemopytysis. The best choice for tonifying and nourishing both the qi and yin of the Lung and Kidney
Clears fire and generates body fluids.
- Common symptoms include irritability, thirst and fatigue. Can sedate fire and generate body fluids at the same time. This herb has an excellent function in moistening the body to treat thirst, and dryness of the mouth and tongue. This herb can be used in both cases where fire has damaged fluids, and in case of yin-deficient heat
- Yin and qi deficiency
- Yin deficiency with heat signs
- Dryness of throat or mouth
Sedates heat in the intestines and stops bleeding.
Typical Usage of Concentrated Extract
1/4 to 1 gram per day or as directed by your health practitioner.
Cautions & Contraindications
The use of this herb is contraindicated in cases of excess fire with stagnation, or in stomach damp-cold
Each package contains 100 grams. Contains sulfites.