Plum Flower Psoraleae Fruit
Bu Gu Zhi
Pinyin Name: Bu Gu Zhi
English Name: Psoraleae Fruit
Properties: acrid, bitter, very warm
Channels Entered: Kidney, Spleen
Impotence, spermatorrhea, urinary incontinence, frequent urination and diarrhea from Spleen and Kidney Yang deficiency are some of the conditions satisfied clients have successfully used this herb for.
Primary Traditional Functions
Tonifiy Kidney and Fortify Yang, Consolidate Jing and Retain Urine
Deficiency of yang and jing can cause wind and cold invasion of the Kidney. Some symptoms are:
- Premature ejaculation
- Cold painful low back
- Cold feeling in genitals
- Feeling of prolapse
- Decreased mobility of the back
- Impotence from over indulgence in sexual activity
- Heaviness in the extremities
- Night sweats
- Urinary incontinence and polyuria
Warms the Spleen and Stops Diarrhea
- Poor appetite
- Diarrhea from Spleen and Kidney yang deficiency
- Diarrhea from Spleen and Kidney yang deficiency with cold
- Chronic malaria
- Chronic gastrointestinal disorders accompanied by diarrhea
Typical Usage of Concentrated Extract
1 to 2 grams per day or as directed by your health practitioner.
Cautions & Contraindications
- Psoraleae is acrid, warm and drying therefore long term use can lead to depletion of yin fluids with symptoms of dry mouth, tongue and sore throat.
- Psoraleae is contraindicated in the presence of yin deficient heat, constipation, nocturnal emissions, cystitis or urinary tract infections, red eye and bitter taste in mouth with dry tongue.
- Psoraleae should be used in caution during pregnancy.
Each bottle contains 100 grams. Contains non-gmo dextrin.
Psoralea Fruit - Bu Gu Zhi
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