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Poor Memory Cures – Top 3 Chinese Herbs for Poor Memory

Posted on: December 10th, 2018 by kirstin No Comments

Chinese Herbs for Poor Memory

In Chinese medicine memory function, and brain power is all about energy supply. If this is diminished in any way, then the brain will work more slowly. In the beginning of this process symptoms would be things like poor short term memory, difficulty learning new things, poor mental stamina and concentration, maybe difficulty finding the right word. If the symptoms progress, it can evolve into the much more serious dementia.

In Chinese medicine, the Kidney produces marrow and the brain is the sea of marrow. Strong Kidney jing or (essence) is vital to the nourishment of the brain, memory, concentration and alertness. Kidney is also essential in helping the Heart house the (spirit) and maintain clear mental activity, consciousness, memory and thinking.

If this is something you have been dealing with for a while be sure to make an appointment to see your MD. Chinese herbs can be very helpful in this situation, if your looking for a more modern day formula to tonify the Kidney and Heart, invigorate blood circulation to the head, and open orifices to improve alertness Look for a formula containing one or more of the following herbs: Recommended Formula

Wu Wei Zi – tranquilize the shen (spirit) and prevent the leakage of Heart qi.

Suan Zao Ren – nourishes the heart yin and liver blood and clams the spirit, helps treat forgetfulness due to heart and spleen deficiencies.

Dang Gui -Tonifies and moves the blood, clearing a pathway to bring fresh oxygenated blood to the mind.

Yuan Zi – Which improves mental alertness which its aromatic dispelling functions that clears phlegm obstructing the orifices.

ADHD Relief Top 4 Chinese Herbs for ADHD

Posted on: December 10th, 2018 by kirstin No Comments

Chinese Herbs for ADHD

ADD/ADHD is a prefrontal cortex problem with a deficiency of the neurotransmitters dopamine and norepinephrine. The lower level of neurotransmitters can make it harder to concentrate. In TCM Chinese medicine we look at this as an imbalance in the body leading to Liver wind rising with shen (spirit) disturbance arising from Liver yin deficiency. To treat these disorders, both sedative and tonic herbs must be used together to restore normal balance in the body. As always when dealing with any ongoing issue like this you want to address it form several aspects of your life. Chinese herbs can be very helpful to nourish the yin, extinguish Liver wind and tranquilize the shen. When looking for modern day formula look for one containing the following herbs: Recommended Formula

Mai Men Dong which sedates Heart fire to relieve shen disturbance, and quiets restlessness,

Sheng Di Huang which Nourishes the yin, and generates fluids to clear excess heat,

Bai Shao helps to nourishes the liver blood and yin to calms liver yang rising and quiet the mind, or

Mu Li which helps Benefits the yin and anchors floating yang to settles the spirit and clam the mind

Anxiety Remedies – Top 4 Chinese Herbs for Anxiety

Posted on: December 10th, 2018 by kirstin No Comments

 

Chinese Herbs for Anxiety & Stress

When stress and anxiety are paired together manifesting as recurring and intrusive thoughts, insomnia, disturbed sleep, difficulty concentrating, restlessness, hypervigilance, anger and irritability it is considered to be a pattern of Liver constraint with excess liver fire, and shen disturbances with heat in the heart. In this condition there is not enough water to cool the fire so it manifests as heat symptoms. These may include irritability, insomnia, red cheeks, night sweats, low afternoon fever, damp palms, damp soles of the feet, dry mouth, low back pain, involuntary seminal emissions, ear ringing, red tongue, and blurry vision. Kidney Yin deficiency often occurs in thin people since yin corresponds to substance. Recommended Formula

Chinese herbs can be very helpful to spread liver constraint, clear heat form the liver, calm the shen, and tranquilize the heart when you’re looking for a modern day formula look for one containing one or more of the following herbs:

Huang Qin or Huang Lian which helps to clear heat and relieve irritability

Bai Zhu which helps strengthen and harmonize the middle jiao and prevent the Liver from overacting on the Spleen.

Chai Hu which disperses stagnant Liver qi and strongly moves the liver

 

Avoid: hot foods, spicy foods, smoking, alcohol, stress, and strong emotions

Eat more of the following foods:

ApricotsAsparagusAvocadoBananaBitter GreensBlack Jujube DateBok ChoyBroccoli

Brown RiceFigsGarlicJujube DateKaleSalmon SoybeansYogurt

 

Acute Back Pain Relief – Top 3 Chinese Herbs

Posted on: December 10th, 2018 by kirstin No Comments

Chinese Herbs for acute back pain

Acute back pain can be a result of sports or traumatic injuries, strenuous exercise, repetitive movements, or accidents. Chronic weakness and conditions can be aggravated by as a result of any of the above.

In TCM Chinese Medicine this health concern is a result of – acute stagnation of blood and qi leading to inflammation, stagnation, pain, and spasming of the muscles. Recommended formula

Chinese Herbs can speed the recovery process for acute back pain.

When looking for a modern day formula to regulate qi and blood circulation, remove qi and blood stagnation, and relieve pain look that contains one or more of the following herbs:

Bai Shao – which Helps to nourish and relax the muscles,
Mo Yao – which Promotes healing by invigorating blood circulation and relieving pain
Du Zong – which Tonifies the Kidneys and helps to guides the action of the other herbs to the lumbar area

 

Try Eating more of the following foods to nourish the jing

Aduki BeansBlack BeansBlack Jujube DateBlack Sesame SeedsBlack Wood Ear MushroomBurdock RootCherriesChestnuts

Coconut OilCordycepsLotus SeedsOrangeParsnipsPineappleString BeansWalnuts

Chinese Herbs for Psoriasis, and Acne

Posted on: December 10th, 2018 by kirstin No Comments

Chinese herbs for Psoriasis
Psoriasis is a common skin condition, usually genetically inherited, characterized by pink or dull red lesions with silvery scaling. The skin may become very rough and scaly and may temporarily improve, although it is usually a chronic type of condition. When the scaling takes place one can also see reddish dots under the skin, accompanied by various degrees of itching and discomfort. It can affect any part of the body, and is usually worse during the wintertime. Recommended formula: https://kcherbs.com/product/dermatrol-ps/

Recommend Herbs:

Ban Lan Gen – Clears heat and cools the blood, as well as clears toxins out of the body.

Jin Yin Hua – Treats toxic heat in the exterior characterized by dermatological sores.

Niu Bang Zi – Releases wind heat and relieves pain and swelling of sores, and encourages toxins to be released.

In chinese medicine we look at this pattern as: External Wind Attacking the Lungs – Wind Cold

Eat more: Basil   Cabbage   Carrots  Ginger  Mustard Greens  Parsnips  Scallion

BasilCabbageCarrotsGingerParsnipsScallion

Avoid: spicy food, stimulating food, alcohol, caffeine, smoking, excessive sun exposure

Metabolic Syndrome

Posted on: December 9th, 2018 by kirstin No Comments

Obesity is the most prevalent, fatal, chronic, relapsing disorder of the 21st century. Obesity is a leading cause of United States mortality, morbidity, disability, healthcare utilization and healthcare costs. Current scientific thought relates the explosion of obesity (witnessed over the last 30-40 years) to Metabolic Syndrome, a condition which also includes Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure or Hypertension, and Fatty Liver Disease. As a whole, Metabolic Syndrome can be closely related to over consumption of processed food, especially those containing fructose.

Recommended Formula for Metabolic Syndrome is:

https://kcherbs.com/product/cholisma-es/

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Calm Jr.

Posted on: September 4th, 2014 by kirstin No Comments
Calm Jr by Evergreen

Calm Jr by Evergreen

 

Calm – Capsules (100 count) by Evergreen

Ingredients

  • Bai Shao (Radix Paeoniae Alba)
  • Chai Hu (Radix Bupleuri)
  • Dang Gui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis)
  • Bai Zhu (Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae)
  • Fu Ling (Poria)
  • Mu Dan Pi (Cortex Moutan)
  • Zhi Gan Cao (Rx/Rz Glycyrrhizae Praeparata)
  • Zhi Zi (Fructus Gardeniae)
  • Bo He (Herba Menthae)
  • Sheng Jiang (Rz Zingiberis Recens)

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Enhance Memory

Posted on: September 4th, 2014 by kirstin No Comments
Enhance Memory by Evergreen

Enhance Memory by Evergreen

Enhance Memory – Capsules (100 count) by Evergreen

Ingredients

  • Yuan Zhi (Radix Polygalae)
  • Di Huang (Radix Rehmanniae)
  • Bai Zi Ren (Semen Platycladi)
  • Mai Dong (Radix Ophiopogonis)
  • Suan Zao Ren (Semen Ziziphi Spinosae)
  • Tian Dong (Radix Asparagi)
  • Wu Wei Zi (Fructus Schisandrae)
  • Dang Gui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis)
  • Shi Chang Pu (Rhizoma Acori)
  • Yin Xing Ye (Folium Ginkgo)
  • Dan Shen (Rx/Rz Salviae Miltiorrhizae)
  • Fu Ling (Poria)
  • Jie Geng (Radix Platycodonis)
  • Ren Shen (Rx/Rz Ginseng)
  • Xuan Shen (Radix Scrophulariae)

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Corydalis Herbal Pain Remedy – (Yan Hu Suo)

Posted on: January 30th, 2014 by kirstin No Comments
Corylain

Corydalis – Yan Hu Suo in granules

Corydalin Herbal Pain Reliever

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Corydalis – Yan Hu Suo – by Evergreen

Posted on: January 29th, 2014 by kirstin 4 Comments
Corylain

Corydalis – Yan Hu Suo in granules

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