Water Balance Decoction
Wu Ling San
A traditional herbal supplement that promotes general circulation and helps maintain water balance of the body.
|Chinese Pin Yin||Common Name||Latin Name||mg|
|Bai Zhu||White Atractylodes||Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae||400|
|Ze Xie||Asian Water Plantain||Rhizoma Alismatis||400|
|Fu Ling||Poria, Tuckahoe||Poria Cocos||325|
|Zhu Ling||Umbellate pore-fingus||Polyporus||325|
|Gui Zhi||Cinnamon Twigs||Ramulus Cinnamomi||325|
|Other Ingredients:||Vegetable cellulose (capsule)|
Diuretic, promotes urination, drains Damp, strengthens Spleen, warms Yang, promotes transformation of Bladder Qi
Accumulation of cold water in the Lower Jiao, possibly with external Wind Cold with Difficult urination, fever, irritability, strong thirst with vomiting after drinking, and headache.
Spleen Qi deficiency causing internal accumulation of water and dampness with general muscle and skin edema with a sensation of heaviness, difficult urination, diarrhea, and vomiting.
Accumulation of fluids in the Lower Jiao with a pulsing or throbbing sensation below the umbilicus, frothy saliva, dizziness, vertigo, shortness of breath, and coughing.
Take 4 capsules, 2 times a day.
Do no use during pregnancy. This formula is warming and drying and should be used with caution in cases of difficult urination presenting with Yin and fluids deficiency. Do not use long term with Kidney Qi or Spleen Qi deficiency. Possible side effects may include: Loss of appetite, dizziness, vertigo, and a bland taste in the mouth.
Discount: $6.50 each when you buy 2 or more
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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.