How to effectively regulate the deficiency of kidney?
Traditional Chinese Practitioners believe that the kidney is the foundation of the innate, the root of vitality, and contains the true yin and the true yang. If there are congenital or acquired factors such as lack of nourishment, overwork, sexual intercourse, old age, and frailty, etc., resulting in insufficient kidney, there will be soreness and cold in the waist and knees, lack of energy, chills in the limbs, impotence, and nocturnal emission. These situations affect human health and normal work and life.
For a long time, Traditional Chinese Medicine has unique advantages in the treatment of chronic diseases and body conditioning, and its safety and effectiveness are widely trusted and praised by most patients. So, what are the effects of Traditional Chinese Medicine on a series of discomforts such as soreness and cold in the waist and knees, lack of energy, cold limbs, impotence and nocturnal emission, loose stools, frequent urination, etc. Today, TS Emporium Health Practitioner is going to share with us how TCM treats and solves many uncomfortable symptoms caused by deficiency of kidney yang and deficiency of vital fire.
We know that among the five viscera, the kidney controls the storage of essence and is the root of the yin and yang energy of the human body. Whether it is the influence of congenital or acquired factors, a series of physical problems will occur if the kidney is insufficient and weakened.
For patient who is tired from work all the year round and sexual intercourse is inappropriate. In the long run, as the age grows, there will be a deficiency of kidney yang, a deficiency of kidney essence, a series of symptoms such as frequent urination. Because deficiency of kidney yang affects spleen deficiency, patients are also prone to the symptoms of spleen and kidney such as loose stools and easy diarrhea. Therefore, for patients, the treatment and conditioning may be from the perspective of warming the kidney yang, filling the essence and stopping stagnation.
It is recommended that patients can try to use the proprietary Chinese medicine Yougui Pill. Traditional Chinese Medicine aconite, cinnamon, and antler gum warms the kidney and yang, fills the essence and nourishes the marrow; Rehmannia glutinosa, medlar, angelica nourishes the liver and kidney and nourishes blood; diarrhea. Yougui Wan has the functions of warming and tonifying kidney-yang, filling essence and stopping discharge. It is suitable for kidney-yang deficiency, soreness and coldness of waist and knees, lack of energy, aversion to cold and cold limbs, impotence and nocturnal emission, loose stools and frequent urination. The treatment of clear symptoms is very symptomatic for the patient, and it is recommended to give it a try.
右归丸(ZHENHETANG Yanourish Remedy (You Gui Wan) Herbal Supplement)
Patients can also choose to be treated with Traditional Chinese Medicine decoction. On the basis of dialectics, you can try 15g of Eucommia ulmoides, 10g of Epimedium, 10g of Morinda officinalis, 5g of cinnamon, 15g of dogwood meat, 15g of dodder, 15g of Chinese yam, 15g of wolfberry, 15g of Achyranthes, 5g of licorice, 10g of Atractylodes, and 10g of Codonopsis, one dose a day. Of course, since this is not a face-to-face consultation, the prescription of Traditional Chinese Medicine decoction is for reference only.
淫羊藿(TAK SHING HONG Epimedium brevicornu Maxim)
巴戟天(TAK SHING HONG Radix Morinda Officinalis Enucleated)
肉桂(TAK SHING HONG Dried Cinamon Bark (Cinnamon Bark)
Always consult a physician before you start using any dietary or herbal supplements.
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