gernium herb (lao huan cao); epimedium herb (yin yang huo); eucommia bark (du zhong); dipsacus root (xu duan); drynaria rhizome (gu sui bu); pyrite (zi ran tong); salvia root (dan shen); fluorite (zi shi ying); cuculigo rhizome (xian mao); white atractylodes rhizome (bai zhu); pyrola herb (lu han/ti cao); homalomena rhizome (qian nian jian); achyranthes root (huai niu xi); acanthopanax root bark (wu jia pi); dragon bone (long gu); oyster shell (mu li); turtle shell gelatin (gui ban jiao); deer horn gelatin (lu jiao jiao); eclipta herb (han lian cao); ligustrum fruit (nu zhen zi); anemarrhena rhizome (zhi mu); phellodendron bark (huan bai)
This formula is a synthesis of those successfully used in Chinese clinical trials. Its therapeutic objectives are to invigorate the Kidney, replenish Essence, strengthen bones and tendons, fortify Yang, and vitalize Blood.
Prevention and inhibition of menopausal or age-related osteoporosis, history of stress fractures, or other indications of bone fragility. Slow or non-healing bone injuries or fractures. Hyperplasia or degeneration of bone and/or cartilage following injury. Retarded or abnormal development of bones and teeth
Acute infection or inflammation of the genitu-urinary tract. Acute stage of injury to bones and cartilage. Acute exacerbation of inflammatory bone or joint disease. Pregnancy or nursing
roasted crataegus fruit (shan zha jiao); massa medicata fermentata (shen qu); saussurea root (mu xiang); areca seed (bing lang); poria fungus (fu ling); forsythia bud (lian qiao); ripe citrus peel (chen pi); raw rhubarb rhizome (sheng da huang); treated pinellia rhizome (fa ban xia); radish seed (lai fu zi); unripe aurantiuim fruit (zhi shi); cardamon fruit (sha ren); ripe aurantium fruit (zhi ke)
This formula removes food stagnation by assisting digestion, regulating Qi, and activating peristalsis. It is appropriate for almost everyone, benefitting those with sluggish digestion, whether excess or deficient, weak or strong, undernourished or overindulgent.
Indigestion associated with hypo- or hyperacidity of the stomach. Poor digestion of animal protein, fats, starches, or vegetable fiber. Irregular appetite. Frequent cravings. Difficulty distinguishing between hunger and satiety. Difficulty gaining or losing weight. Nausea, bloating, regurgitation, and cramping. Hyperlipidemia. Delayed digestion or sluggish peristalsis. Sleepiness, lethargy or congestion after eating. Alternating constipation and diarrhea
Suspected appendicitis or bowel obstruction. Alternating or simultaneous vomiting and diarrhea. Severe malnutrition or starvation. Bloody or purulent stool
white kirin ginseng root (bai ji li ren shen); astragalus root (huang qi); schisandra fruit (wu wei zi); lycium fruit (gou qi zi); dendrobium herb (shi hu)
Altogether these five herbs rejuvenate and harmonize the entire organism, enlivening awareness, augmenting defenses, and restoring vital secretions. Move Mountains enhances integrity, equanimity, and pliancy – the ability to adjust to taxing demands while still maintaining equilibrium. It can be used as an all purpose tonic.
Generalized fatigue, weakness, collapse, dryness, stiffness, lack of endurance, depression, apathy or ennui. Difficulty recuperating from illness or childbirth. To enhance mental and physical capacity and performance